At a Glance
- character-filled surroundings
- large, handsomely appointed rooms
- can only be reached on foot from streets at the edge of the Old Town
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Casa Delfino Review
In the 1880s this Venetian Renaissance palace was the home of Pedro Delfino, an Italian merchant; today it belongs to two of his descendants. The dramatically decorated guest rooms, some of which are housed in an adjoining building of the same era, are entered through graceful stone archways surrounding a courtyard paved in pebble mosaic. Most have upscale, contemporary wood furniture and rich fabrics, and distinctive architectural details—some occupy two levels, some have enormous marble baths, some have private terraces.