About this listing
Excellent downtown location. The Salma Hayek is a loft apartment w/ boveda ceiling, bedroom gas fireplace, full kitchen & private terrace. King bed & single in living room. Wi-Fi, cable tv & dvd.Twice weekly maid service. Best location for the price
The Actor’s Studios – in Recognition of Mexicans who Became Famous International Actors. All come with kitchens and fireplaces.
The " Salma Hayek" one bedroom loft is one of our "in demand" apartments. The kitchen includes Mexican tiles, gas stove, microwave and small appliances, coffeemaker and toaster. The full bath and half bath are updated and sport Mexican custom tiles.
Gas log fireplace in bedroom. King size bed. Cable tv and dvd player, along with WI-FI internet will be provided. Hair dryer and safe. Iron and ironing board. Water purification system throughout the apartment.
Spectacular boveda ceiling makes that 'just right' Mexican impression. Private view roof terrace.
Fabulous location. Flat walk to the Jardin and just a block from the Artesan's Market. Located on Animas street between Homobono and Calzada de la Luz
Professionally managed so someones always available to tend to your needs. Twice weekly housekeeper.
Choose from four of the Actor's Studio apartments. I
The “Ricardo Montalban”, a studio apartment
The “Dolores del Rio”, a studio apartment
The “Anthony Quinn”, a studio apartment
Private roof terrace and common area library with books and dvd's
Interaction with guests
I have a lot of communication with my guests and my manager Gwen coordinates arrival details so someone is at the apartment to meet them.
A safe and charming Mexican neighborhood
You can walk most places from this convenient location. Taxi's are readily available
No smoking and please be respectful of other guests with your noise levels
No check ins after 10pm unless using managers private car service in which case the driver will have the keys to the apartment.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
This host has 76 reviews for other properties.View other reviews
I have always loved to fix and design. When I began my real estate career, selling new construction homes, I soon realized that the best part of the job was meeting with interior designers and architects and watching as the more artistic elements of the construction fell into place. After 13 years of owning a real estate company, I built two spec homes on magical Orcas Island in Washington State. Then I undertook a major remodel of a cabin on the water. Something clicked in me during that process of transforming the cabin; I knew I had found my passion….remodeling.
Throughout the next twelve years, I transformed some 30 rather creaky homes into fresh, livable residences, all in the Seattle area. Then I decided to turn my attention to designing and remodeling vacation homes; vacation rentals with personality. In 2005, I moved to Mexico, the land of color and craft, and began working there. In 2010 I did a remodel of a 1928 two bedroom apartment in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Then back to Mexico in 2011.
The most exciting phase of building a new place is when everything gets pulled together. I love the details, making sure that one thing plays with another in perfect harmony. I’m always on the hunt for that specific hand-selected ingredient. The beauty of Latin America is being able to design a particular piece that can be made by one of the many talented artisans. Seeing it all come together like a glorious puzzle is very rewarding.
Be my guest at one of eight different and individually unique accommodations in San Miguel de Allende:
“Casa Artistas” on San Francisco Street has a one bedroom casita and two studio apartments with kitchenettes, the Frida and Diego Studios.
”Casa de la Vista, a movie star hide-away” is a three bedroom view home on Salida a Queretaro.
“The Actors Studios” is on Animas Street. It consists of four apartments with kitchens and fireplaces…the Salma Hayek, the Ricardo Montalban, the Dolores del Rio and the Anthony Quinn.
And while you’re at it, check out the “House of Chanel”, a historical, art deco two bedroom apartment in Buenos Aires.