Charming and unique lodging
Posted Mar 3, 2016
This historic hotel is on a pedestrian alley. It was the home of Nino Ricardo. No elevator, but there are rooms on entrance floor if stairs are an issue. All the rooms are different, we stayed in a sumptuous red superior double room, with a huge bed (2 twins together- very comfortable- fine sheets) that was worth the extra expense. High ceilings, a large velvet couch, Windows that open, the large roomy bathroom had a small shower, bidet, and lots of thoughtful shelving and racks so you could manage your stuff easily. High end L' Occitane bath products. The room was very comfortable, but be warned that you will hear beautiful church bells which is both delightful or disturbing if you are a light sleeper. Staff ( Carmen and Fabio) was super friendly and attentive, Fabio cheerfully helped me with a rental car issue and our room was immaculately clean.. Lots of reasonable places to eat within the next block (including El Rinconcillo ). Memorable and recommended stay.