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Posada la Roca

At a Glance

    Pros

  • atmospheric building
  • good downtown location
  • cozy rooms

    Cons

  • rooms and bathrooms are quite small
  • no phones in rooms
  • need to make reservations well in advance

Posada la Roca Review

The oldest building in town, this 80-year-old stone villa is also the most winsome. Constructed by the current proprietor's grandfather, it has plenty of history. This is where gangster Al Capone hid out from the government in 1927, or so it's said. The rooms are small but expertly restored, with thick wooden doors and castlelike walls.

    Hotel Details

  • 18 rooms.
  • No credit cards.

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