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GUANAJUATO: crown of Spanish Colonial cities in Mexico highlands! Settled in the 1550's, the city looks like towns in Spain or Italy. Mild climate at 6600 ft above sea level; amazingly cosmopolitan. Annual Festival Cervantino in October with performers from across the world.
In the center of Guanajuato within minutes of the Mercado Hidalgo, Alhondiga, Jardin Union, Teatro Juarez; 4 blocks from 'Callejon del Beso' above Plaza de los Angeles, and accessible by car in the Zona Centro.

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Renovated house above the Callejon del Beso and Mercado Hidalgo. Usually we rent the entire house (5 bedrooms, each with en suite bathroom), but the house is constructed to allow us to rent out a 3-BR or 2-BR unit - each with their own living room, dining room, kitchen, and powder room. Each unit has it's own private entry.

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Rooms and things in Casa Rosarito, Unit A - Los Arcos (updated November 2018):
Unit A (Los Arcos) contains a full living room, large dining area, full kitchen, laundry area, powder room (common area toilet), and 3 bedrooms each with an en suite full bathroom.
Please note that you must contact Sandra Sandoval, the local property manager, to arrange access to the house. We recommend you contact her as soon as you have worked out your itinerary and know when you’ll be arriving in Guanajuato.
FIRST FLOOR (planta baja):
La sala (living room – entry from Callejon San Cristobal): the entry door is on the left side (facing the house); the identical appearing door on the right side does not open to the street. On the entry side, you must unlock the exterior wrought iron security gate, then unlock the interior wooden entry door. The entry room is the living room for Unit A, containing a couch, love seat, and upholstered chair, and a flat screen smart TV.
Comedor (dining area): a few steps down from the living room through an arched connecting hallway. There’s a reproduction of a traditional brasero (kitchen counter) on the side wall, a built-in trastero (kind of a Mexican equivalent of a china cabinet) which contains plates and ceramic ware (talavera) for this unit, and a very large mesquite dining table with seating for 10. There’s a connecting door to the entry area for Unit B that’s locked unless the entire house is rented by a single group.
Cocina (kitchen): a full kitchen adjacent to the dining area, wrapped around a central light well (which was an open atrium, now capped by a large skylight on the 4th floor rooftop terrace). The kitchen contains a refrigerator, gas cooktop, electric oven, microwave, double sink, and a high-end dishwasher. The central light well is framed by a large limestone arch opening into the dining area and two smaller limestone arches on the opposite side of the light well leading to the kitchen counter and stairs to the 2nd floor. These three limestone arches, and the three arches in connecting hallway between the living room and the dining area, are what inspired us to name Unit A ‘Los Arcos’ – the arches.
Bedroom #1: off the other side of the light well, themed on Jose Guadalupe Posada, the famous caricaturist and printmaker. It contains a double bed and a large ropero (armoire), and has an en suite full bathroom with shower, toilet, and sink. This is the mural on upper wall of that bedroom:
Between the Jose Posada bedroom and the stairs to the 2nd floor, on the back wall of the light well:
Laundry area: contains a clothes washer and a gas-powered clothes dryer.
Powder room: this is the common area toilet and sink for Unit A, tucked under the stairs at the back of the first floor which lead to the 2nd floor.
SECOND FLOOR:
Reading room: extends from the top of the stairs around two sides of the central light well. Contains a desk, chairs, and a bookcase:
Bedroom #2: on the stair side of the light well, themed on Olga Costa, the German wife of the muralist Jose Chavez Morado. Contains a double bed and an en suite full bathroom; the ropero is immediately outside this room’s entry (couldn’t fit this in the bedroom!) at one end of the reading room:
Bedroom #3: on the far side of the light well and reading room, themed on Jose Chavez Morado. Contains a king-sized bed, a large ropero and a chest of drawers, and a large en suite bathroom:
THIRD FLOOR:
Half the 3rd floor is an indoor terrace for Unit A, wrapped around 2 sides of the light well immediately below the rooftop skylight, facing a large expanse of windows overlooking the city center. There’s rattan furniture with a love seat and two individual seats. The other sides of the light well have frosted glass windows separating it from Unit B giving privacy to Unit A if units are rented to different groups. The 2nd connection between Unit A and B is on this floor – a locking door with frosted glass off the terrace. There’s a linen closet at the top of the stairs that contains extra sets of towels and sheets for Unit A.
An owners and property managers note: the house is thoroughly cleaned between guests, so you don’t need to do any comprehensive cleaning at the end of your visit. However, please do tidy up - put linens and towels in the laundry area(s) - and take the garbage out or at least to the door prior to your departure – that’s plenty and will limit what you need to do on your last day in the house.
We generally ask for typical check-in times (3pm or later) and check-out times (11am); if the house is vacant at either end of your stay we are usually OK with earlier check-ins and later check-outs… but only if renters ask so we can plan accordingly with the local property manager and house cleaners. If there’s another party arriving on the day of your departure (we’ll let you know if that’s the case), we’re asking that you allow the housekeeper access to start cleaning by 9am – you can still keep your luggage in the house but they need the extra time to clean and to launder linens.
Water: There’s a portagarrafon in each unit: in the dining area in Unit A, and near the refrigerator in Unit B. These hold 5-gallon water bottles – they can be purchased from vendors who walk the street (shouting ‘agua!’) on Wednesdays and Saturdays, or from the little tienda (store) just below our house. We try to keep a couple of water bottles in each unit for renters. If you run out of bottled water, buy a new bottle (trade the empty bottle) from a street vendor or at the store – they sell for under 30 pesos a bottle.
Propane: 2 large propane gas cylinders are in a locked exterior ‘cabinet’ on the alley (Callejon Rosarito) side of the house. We try to make sure at least one cylinder is full for each renter’s arrival (a full cylinder usually lasts a couple of weeks even with a full house). If you run out of gas (gas cooktops won’t light, no hot water, gas-powered clothes dryer not functional), call the property manager and they’ll take care of it.

Rooms and things in Casa Rosarito, Unit B - Buena Vista (updated November 2018):
Unit B (Buena Vista) contains a full living room, dining area, full kitchen, laundry area, powder room (common area toilet), and 2 bedrooms each with an en suite full bathroom.
ENTRY: the entrance to Unit B is on the right side of the alley (Callejon Rosarito) on the side of the house, about 20 feet from Callejon San Cristobal (the main street carrying vehicular traffic passing in front of the house). You must unlock the exterior wrought iron security gate, then unlock the interior wooden entry door. The entry area is at the foot of the stairway for Unit B, which ascends to the bedrooms, common area, and ends at the rooftop terrace. The ground floor entry room is essentially just a vestibule, and contains a coat rack just inside the door, and a connecting door to Unit A which is kept locked except for groups renting the entire house.
SECOND FLOOR:
Bedroom #4 (our bedroom count starts with the three bedrooms in Unit A): this bedroom faces Callejon San Cristobal and is themed on Guanajuato’s most famous native artist, Diego Rivera. There’s a queen-sized bed, a large ropero (armoire), cabacera (headboard) with matching bedside tables carved with alcatraces (calla lilies), French doors opening onto a small balcony, and a full en suite bathroom with shower, toilet, and sink. The copper lighting fixtures were custom made by Juan Carlos Suarez in Marfil, and the large painting hung over the headboard was painted based on photos taking during the house renovation (by our dear friend Bob Runyon). There’s a large chest at the foot of the bed which contains extra sets of towels and sheets for Unit B.
THIRD FLOOR:
La sala (living room)/comedor (dining area)/cocina (kitchen): this is a very large room containing the living room for Unit B, containing a couch, love seat, and upholstered chair, and a flat screen smart TV; a dining area with a mesquite dining table and chairs seating 6 and a built-in trastero (the Mexican equivalent of a china cabinet) which contains plates and ceramic ware (talavera) for this unit:
There’s a full kitchen with refrigerator, gas cooktop, high-end dishwasher, electric oven, microwave, and a double sink. O ff the back end of the kitchen is a common area powder room (toilet and sink). There’s frosted glass separating this entire room from the adjacent central light well and the indoor terrace for Unit A, and a locked door that connects Unit A and Unit B which we open only for groups renting the entire house.
Bedroom #5 (our bedroom count starts with the three bedrooms in Unit A): this bedroom faces Callejon San Cristobal and is themed on Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The real glory of this room is the boveda ceiling – an arched brick vaulted ceiling – in the bedroom, and a barrel brick vaulted ceiling in the bathroom. There’s a queen-sized bed, a large ropero (armoire), cabacera (headboard) with matching bedside tables carved with desert plants, a chest of drawers, French doors opening onto a small balcony, and a full en suite bathroom with shower, toilet, and sink. The brass lighting fixtures were custom made by Juan Carlos Suarez in Marfil.
ROOFTOP TERRACE:
There’s a knockout view of the center city above the Mercado Hildago and a few hundred meters from the Alhondiga, San Roque church, and Jardin de la Reforma, with views of the University, cathedral, and valley up to Valenciana. There’s a large glass skylight in the center of the rooftop (this caps the light well which extends down to the ground floor of Unit A):

Laundry area: on the rooftop, adjacent to the covered pavilion, containing a clothes washer and a gas-powered clothes dryer.
An owners and property managers note: the house is thoroughly cleaned between guests, so you don’t need to do any comprehensive cleaning at the end of your visit. However, please do tidy up - put linens and towels in the laundry area(s) - and take the garbage out or at least to the door prior to your departure – that’s plenty and will limit what you need to do on your last day in the house.
We generally ask for typical check-in times (3pm or later) and check-out times (11am); if the house is vacant at either end of your stay we are usually OK with earlier check-ins and later check-outs… but only if renters ask so we can plan accordingly with the local property manager and house cleaners. If there’s another party arriving on the day of your departure (we’ll let you know if that’s the case), we’re asking that you allow the housekeeper access to start cleaning by 9am – you can still keep your luggage in the house but they need the extra time to clean and to launder linens.
Water: There’s a portagarrafon in each unit: in the dining area in Unit A, and near the refrigerator in Unit B. These hold 5-gallon water bottles – they can be purchased from vendors who walk the street (shouting ‘agua!’) on Wednesdays and Saturdays, or from the little tienda (store) just below our house. We try to keep a couple of water bottles in each unit for renters. If you run out of bottled water, buy a new bottle (trade the empty bottle) from a street vendor or at the store – they sell for under 30 pesos a bottle.
Propane: 2 large propane gas cylinders are in a locked exterior ‘cabinet’ on the alley (Callejon Rosarito) side of the house. We try to make sure at least one cylinder is full for each renter’s arrival (a full cylinder usually lasts a couple of weeks even with a full house). If you run out of gas (gas cooktops won’t light, no hot water, gas-powered clothes dryer not functional), call the property manager and they’ll take care of it.
GUANAJUATO: crown of Spanish Colonial cities in Mexico highlands! Settled in the 1550's, the city looks like towns in Spain or Italy. Mild climate at 6600 ft above sea level; amazingly cosmopolitan. Annual Festival Cervantino in October with performers from across the world.
In the center of Guanajuato within minutes of the Mercado Hidalgo, Alhondiga, Jardin Union, Teatro Juarez; 4 blocks from 'Callejon del Bes…
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The house is in el Centro - a minute or two from the Callejon del Beso, another few minutes on foot to Plaza San Fernando, the Mercado Hidalgo, Plaza de al Paz, and Jardin Union.

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We live in the Pacific Northwest and so are not in GTO frequently, but our local property manager, Sandra Sandoval, is available.
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