Perched on a hillside, with spectacular panoramic city and mountain views, Casa Estrella de la Valenciana welcomes you to experience colonial Mexico and its treasures.
Casa Estrella de la Valenciana is bordered by a 16th century cobblestone street leading to ancient mine ruins. Breathtaking mountain and city views are enjoyed from every unit and the multi-leveled terraces on the estate. The garden is shaded by tropical trees, fruit trees surrounded by shrubs, flowers and plants indigenous to central Mexico. One of the most famous is the Noche Buena (Poinsettia) which is the national flower of Mexico. Our Noche Buenas stand 15 feet high and are truly spectacular specimans.
Francisco Moran Velazquez, Arq., of Guanajuato, GTO, combined his talents as architect and designer of Casa Estrella de la Valenciana to create a blend of Mexican and Mediterranean styles. His vision has created a warm and romantic atmosphere of casual elegance.
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The distinctive decor of Casa Estrella de la Valenciana includes marvelous examples of some of the finest in Mexican art. Unique works by local ceramicists Gorky Gonzales and Capelo and hand painted tiles by Azulejos Decorativos Carrillo of Dolores Hidalgo. Hand carved furniture with tooled aluminum. More examples of hand carved furniture and furnishings combine to create a showcase for the many artistic treasures of Mexico.