Calle San Pablo 80–82, Salamanca, Castille and León, 37008, Spain
This upscale boutique hotel has spacious and contemporary rooms in a building with roots in the 15th century. It's been used by the likes of the bishop of Salamanca as his private palace; more recently, the building was owned by Don Gregorio de Diego Curto, a prosperous businessman to whom the hotel owes its name. The modern rooms pay homage to the building's history with antiques that belonged to the original structure, the Don Gregorio family, and even the nearby cathedral. There's a spa, and in-room massages are available, which will make it even harder to leave.
- chic, contemporary facilities
- restaurant is very expensive
- the more casual yet stylish cafeteria is a better bet
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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