Once a 16th-century convent, this splendid 4-star hotel has a good location, just a short walk from Trujillo's historic center. The rusty red-ocher color scheme on its facade is matched in its cloisters and courtyard, where there's a swimming pool surrounded by wrought-iron furniture. Rooms and suites come in various sizes—making this a good option for families—and are comfortable and a good value. The restaurant in the former refectory serves regional dishes such
as wild boar, free-range pork, and, during the October–January hunting season, red-leg partridge stewed with broad beans.