Hotel Los Juaninos is located in the Historical Downtown of the City of Morelia, World Heritage, which harmoniously coexists with the splendid cathedral, forming part of the historical heritage of this beautiful city, carved in pink quarry.
At the end of the seventeenth century the most excellent Lord Viceroy Captain General of New Spain and XIV Bishop Don Juan Ortega y Montañés, ordered to build in this place of privileged location, the Episcopal Palace. However, the luxury of the magnificent building was the target of severe criticism which forced the Bishop to cede it in the year 1700, becoming the Royal Hospital of San Juan de Dios, founded and administered for more than a century by the order religious known as Los Juaninos.
The building, secularized in 1857, was adapted by Ing. Guillermo Woddon de Sorinne in 1886, following a romanticist style, to become the Hotel Oseguera, the best of its time.
In 1998, and after not having escaped the natural deterioration of time, the change of use and even abandonment, the building is intervened to rescue its magnificence and original splendor, restoring the function of hotel,currently you can see its eclectic ornamentation composed of French furniture, art-nouveau stained glass, as well as splendid decorative details of the region.
Each of the rooms has been decorated with different characteristics, achieving the resurgence of the splendor of the stately corridors and the elegant stairs, this whole set turns Hotel Los Juaninos into a trip to another era.
"Currently you can see its eclectic ornamentation composed of French furniture, art-nouveau stained glass..."