La Siranda is a unique hotel that offers an elegant, tranquil environment, combined with excellent service. Only five suites in exceptionally large indoor and outdoor spaces. This 18th Century house is decorated with exquisite furniture, contemporary works of art, antiques, tapestries and rugs, together with beautiful examples of Michoacan’s popular art and crafts. Woven into today’s modern comforts, they blend naturally to create an atmosphere of tradition and refinement. La Siranda was built on what used to be the orchards of the Convent of Santa Catalina of Siena in colonial times. Today it neighbors the Casa de los Once Patios (House of Eleven Patios), an artisans’ center displaying the rich creativity of Michoacán. La Siranda is located half a block from the Plaza de Don Vasco de Quiroga, the town’s beautiful and lively main square.