Ruta de los Volcanes, Morelos 

Formerly the country house of playwright Margarita Urueta Sierra in the 1930s, la Posada del Tepozteco is today a Tepoztlán landmark infused with mysticism, art and nature.  Architect and landscape designer Santiago Camarena, originally envisioned a place that would highlight the nature that the writer loved so much, and where she could cultivate her creativity. Margarita often hosted artists and characters such as Diego Rivera, Rufino Tamayo, Cordelia Urueta, and David Alfaro Siqueiros in this house.

With an unparalleled panoramic view of the Tepozteco mountain, an Aztec pyramid and the ex-convent of La Natividad, this space surrounded by lush trees and flowers sparks both creativity and contemplation. It’s also a place for self-discovery and relaxation where you can experience a temazcal bath infused with Mexican medicinal herbs that purify the body and spirit.

Honoring the Margarita at Posada del Tepozteco

Architectural Digest Magazine defines this boutique hotel as a “hidden garden” that combines contemporary design using local and handcrafted materials. Stroll through the beautiful conceptual gardens and listen to the history behind the worldwide famous margarita drink that originated here, inspired by the playwright’s love for flowers, gardens and literature.

Taste a signature Margarita while you wander around the outdoor seasonal garden and the indoor tropical space that render the diversity of ecosystems in this area. Every type of fruit tree, plant species or medicinal herb is there for a reason, and they are all part of the composition, like a living and ever changing piece of art. Take in the energy of the mountain and rest in this secluded oasis that was tailor-made for a visionary woman named after her most beloved flower.