Casa Serena Vista is a peaceful place located to 2-5 minutes from Alameda Central, walking/Car next to steps to church and Palacio Municipal, has a terrace has an excellent view to plaza and mountains
Office time: 8:00am-12:00pm / 3:00pm-8:00pm
Other things to note
Important!! Please let us know if you need directions to Serena Vista. The map is on this website. Warning: GPS is not accurate in Alamos.
We need to know when you will be arriving.
We want you to have a pleasant check-in experience. Following these recommendations will help:
Let us know about when you expect to arrive. With notice, we can usually approve an early check-in if there are no conflicts. Our office closes at 8:00 pm.It is important for you to let us know if you will be arriving after 8. We will make special arrangements to greet you and to be sure our doors are open.
We want you to find Serena Vista without difficulty. We have posted a map but you may need additional help. We will come to the plaza to meet you and escort you to the villa. Please call Silvia at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or Rigo at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) for assistance if this is your first visit to Alamos.
Be sure to let us know if you want to make last-minute changes to your reservation, need an accessible suite, or require other assistance.
Thank you for your cooperation.
We serve a full breakfast Monday through Saturday from 7am to 10am. We serve a continental breakfast on Sunday from 7-10. Please let us know the night before what time you would like to be served and whether you have any food restrictions.
Diane Carpenter is a retired humanities professor at the University of Alaska. She and her husband were Alaska pioneers who lived in frontier Alaska for fifty years; she served in many positions of leadership and social change there as the new state developed. Since 1978 Alamos has been her family’s second home and it became her primary residence after Bob’s death and her second retirement.
Diane has directed Pacifica Institute, a non-profit education organization, since 1987. Serena Vista is a project of Pacifica and continues Pacifica’s commitment to education and public service.. Diane loves bringing people together, hosting events at which guests learn something, have fun, or try an activity outside their comfort zone. She likes meeting interesting people in cross-cultural settings and helping them experience Alamos. Serena Vista provides lodging for visitors to Alamos. The organization also provides opportunities for a wide variety of guests to attend workshops, classes, and other events. These activities enable Diane to share her love of people, good food and stimulating conversations and ideas. Its location in a 250-year-old villa with a magnificent view has enabled Serena Vista to become a comfortable setting where visitors can relax and enjoy the beauty of Alamos and its many treasures.