idden down a colorful pedestrian street, around the corner from the Casa del Flamenco, this is a small Spanish hybrid, a vivid contemporary inn disguised within the confines of a 17th-century residence.
A pair of carriage lanterns flanks the entrance, which is not easy to locate. Inside, an ebonized hallway leads the way to the tiny reception alcove, where an affable staff makes every effort to ensure guest satisfaction. A welcome drink is offered to all.
On par with Casa 1800 and Palacio...