Gran Casa Sayula know as "the House of the Marquis of Sayula" estate built in the late 18th century is inventoried by the INAH and the INBA as building with historical value. The House was carefully remodelled to turn it into an exclusive hotel boutique with all the comforts of today. The process of restoration and decoration was carried out by architect Julio César Chávez Espino, President of the Mexican society of Interior; and he respected the original essence of the House. In addition to as many stories as mysteries - same have been inspiration from novels and legends local, this House is part of the history of Sayula. A memory still alive in books, paintings and photographs that bear witness to the passage of time. Today its doors are open to time travel or stop it if necessary.