Where to start? The staff is amazing! Barbara is detail oriented as are the people that work for her. Friendly and beautiful people. The house (former bordello) has so much character. First thing I noticed when I walked in was the artwork on the walls, which I later learned Barbara features art work from local artists monthly. I love that!... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Casa de la Noche is an historically significant guest house, located 4 level blocks from the Jardin on a tranquil side street. Fourteen impeccably clean and beautifully decorated rooms & suites with kitchenettes are named for the working girls who used to live here. Each room has its own personality. Ample common areas feature fountains, patios, fine art, purified water throughout and TV, shared kitchen for light cooking, an art/project room, wireless Internet and in-floor heating in the common areas. ... more less
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