inside the hotel
view of courtyard from second floor
Vu sur la rue OBRAPIA
Patio outide rooms.
Although the bougainvillea-draped central patio is more reminiscent of Seville and Andalusia, the theme at this restored 18th-century mansion is really Valencia. Each room is named for a Valencian village or town—such as Jijona, Silia, or Alzira. Request the Morella Room, which has a private rooftop patio. Following the eastern Spanish theme, the on-site restaurant is known (and named) for its paella. Open-designe rooms are a good idea, but the furnishings here are dated and drab. In keeping with the poor Habaguanex standards when it comes to beds, the mattresses and beddings leave much to be desired both here and at the adjacent Hostal El Comendador.
Mar 25, 2003
A great value. We booked a room, we had a nice all-renovated suite. Just up to the Plaza de Armas in the old town, it barely could have been better! If you search a hotel, I would recommand it!