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This magical hotel, already a reference of the Historic Center of Puebla, has been installed in an 18 th century casona (an old colonial house typical of Spain, and abundant in its colonized countries), remodeled with the purpose of keeping the baroque characteristics typical of the buildings of the time, obtaining an excellent communion with contemporary elements inside eclectic and exceptional spaces.

The old legend says that San Miguel rested in this property when tracing the city and in benefit left: "unforgettable dreams and good fortune for those who sleep in the house", which comes true throughout its 20 suites dedicated to women who never stopped dreaming. San Miguel himself at the end of his brief siesta, loses some of his wing feathers, which when in contact with the earth, made trees sprout from the ground, from which the beams and shingles that would later support the house’s ceilings were obtained. In the middle of the courtyard, the water that was contained in a stone pool crystallized the dreams of those who were reflected in it. Dreams made come true, stories of love and good fortune were just some of the wonders that surrounded all those who lived in the house for over three centuries.


It was always occupied as housing; later during the 19th century it was divided in the middle by an inheritance, and the left wing was fitted as a school. The right wing became a "closed door" neighborhood that was of a higher social status than the "open door" neighborhoods. The house was inhabited in these conditions until 1999, year in which an earthquake left the building in conditions that made it impossible to continue being inhabited. The casona was abandoned until 2002, when it was remodeled and became what is now El Sueño Hotel + Spa.


The concept of El Sueño Hotel + Spa would not be complete without mentioning the option of The Lofts from “El Sueño”, intended for extended stays of over 1 week.

Located a couple of blocks from the hotel, The Lofts are housed in a casona from the beginning of the 18th century, which originally served as a popular housing but has now been remodeled to create 5 different spaces: La Concordia, La Concepción, Santa Inés, La Santísima and San Agustín, in honor to the churches that surround the property.

Respecting the original structure, the interiors were completely renovated with a contemporary decor. The Lofts of “El Sueño” offer the possibility of spending a season in the heart of the city, in an apartment with furniture and services ready to live in.

La Concordia

Inspired by the traditional Church of San Felipe Neri, better known as “La Concordia” located half a block from the property.

  • 110 m2 approx.
  • Maximum capacity: 4 people
  • Low level
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 complete bathrooms
  • Dining room
  • Kitchenette

La Conception

Its inspiration comes from the temple of La Limpia Concepción de María, convent temple a few meters from the property.

  • 180 m2 approx.
  • Maximum capacity 6 people
  • high and low floor
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 1/2 bathrooms
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen

La Santísima

In Honor of the Temple of the Holy Trinity, also very close to the house.

  • 130 m2 aprox.
  • Maximum capacity 4 people
  • Top floor
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 complete bathrooms
  • Dining room
  • Kitchenette
  • Terrace

Santa Inés

The church of Santa Inés that presides one of the many squares in the corner and that is beside of the house gave the inspiration to name this loft.

  • 130 m2 approx.
  • Maximum capacity 6 people
  • High and low floor
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 complete bathrooms
  • Breakfast area
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen

San Agustín

The smallest of the four, works as a study in which the spaces, although reduced, are comfortable and avant-garde, with an enviable privacy. San Agustín receives the name of the traditional poblana church that is really close.

  • 40 m2 approx.
  • Maximum capacity 4 people
  • Top floor
  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom
  • TV lounge
  • Kitchenette with bar


A historic 18th century house which harbors in its core a tower with 8 new apartments, each with 1 and 2 floors, designer’s kitchens, deluxe finishes, 1 to 3 bedrooms, maid’s room, living room, dining room, balconies, parking lot, as well as private and common terrace in the highest part of the central tower.


Carlos Monsiváis (writter)
To my new and old friends of “El Sueño” of the aforementioned and above
Andrés Bustamante (comediant)
Thank you for making this dream come true
Daniel Espinoza (jewelry designer)
Thank you for daydreaming
Fernando Landeros (philanthropist)
Beautiful hotel and excellent service..
José María Yazpik (actor)
Dreaming with open eyes
Eugenia León (singer)
Congratulations, hugs…
Juan Villoro (writer)
Here it is shown that "Life is a Dream"
Julio Marín (sculptor)
Thank you for the sweetest dreams
Benny Ibarra (singer)
Being here is a dream
Rebeca Jones (actress)
A dream come true
Betsabé Romero (plastic artist)
I always recover the dream and I enjoy it …
León Krauze (journalist)
Beautiful and historic visit to Puebla and to “El Sueño”
Shaila Durcal (singer)
All my love and affection …
Pablo Montero (singer)
It is to find the past in the present ... spectacular
Regina Orozco (singer)
I will come back…
Marc Anthony (singer)
Thank you so much for dreaming here
Ana Serradilla (actress)
A pleasure to enjoy this wonderful dream …
Alejandro Jodorovsky (escritor)
I loved this poetic stay …
Plutarco Haza (actor)
What a beautiful hotel, treatment and food
Helena Rojo (actress)
Inspiring and romantic …
Manuel Landeta (actor)
Sensational hotel…