Do you remember my friend Linda, the leading post-production editor for TV reality shows in New York? Well yesterday she sent an email from La Guardia airport telling me she was off to a wedding at the famed Hyder House in central Mexico.
My imagination exploded and I realized it's time to start a series about where the rich like to play and frolic. You see Casa Hyder is not like a hotel. You can't just call them up and book a room for the night.
What you can do, however, is load up your private jet with fifteen or twenty of your most dreadful friends and rent the entire place for a few days in one of the most famous vacation rentals in all the Americas.
It's quite intimate and small, but I think it has ten or twelve guest rooms. The place is well known for its lavish wedding parties but I happen to know about a certain gentlemen who filled up the entire house to celebrate his divorce.
Once rented, Casa Hyder comes with a complete staff; house keepers, laundry techs, and a world class chef to titillate the palate with both classical Mexican cuisine and Italian. According to Linda, breakfast was served in a flower-perfumed garden which in her own words she called ecstasy!
No words from me can adequately describe the tranquil town of San Miguel de Allende or this awesome Spanish Colonial home. But I found a really dreamy YouTube video that explores Casa Hyder in exquisite detail. If you have a few moments just hit this link. You'll not be disappointed.
Thanks for dropping in this evening,
PS: If you want to rent this place you'll probably need to go through a vacation rental website. Here's one that seems to know what they're doing. As with many things among the rich, you'll notice that the prices are 'Upon Request' - which means open for polite negotiation or else buzz off.
Thanks for the information and the like . You come up with Great info!!!!!KEKReplyDelete
Glad you enjoyed it, KEK. I had fun with that post myself. AndrewDelete
OMG Andrew! We've been looking for a place for our wedding, and the Hyder House is already on the list but your mention here might have tipped the scales. Thank you so much for writing about this! MIssyReplyDelete
My pleasure, Missy Collins. I'm assuming you found this blog when you Goggled "Hyder House", right? What an amazing coincidence. Do let us know your plans--and congratulations.Delete
Thank you Andrew and yes I found your blog when researching the Hyder House and I'm so glad I did. I am enjoying your essays and yes we will certainly let you know about our finalized plans. I look forward to reading your book, next up on Kindle. MissyDelete