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Camino Real

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • stunning architecture
  • in the heart of the city
  • excellent service

    Cons

  • pricier than nearby lodgings

Camino Real Review

Formerly a convent, this 16th-century building radiates historic character, from its luminous restored frescoes to its wooden shutters. Large white rooms have colonial antique furniture and exposed beams. The junior suite was once the convent's chapel, and the presidential suite has original 16th-century gilded furnishings and carpeting. The staff is warm and professional.

    Hotel Details

  • 75 rooms, 9 suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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