One block from Parque Caldas, this mid-18th-century casona was home to many illustrious residents of Popayán, such as the parents of former Ecuadorian president Carlos Arroyo del Río. After the 1983 earthquake it was turned into a hotel, retaining much of the original atmosphere, as well as antique furnishings and a stone courtyard. The rooms are more straightforward than common areas, with heavy dark wood furnishings and tile floors, plus flatscreen TVs and minibars. Some rooms add balconies. There’s a small restaurant and bar on the ground floor. Overall, this is one of the best values in town.
Calle 5 no. 8–13
Our Rating Neighborhood around town Phone 511/824-1084 Prices COP$151,000 double, includes breakfast Number of Units 27 units Amenities Restaurant; bar; business center; free Wi-Fi Web site La Plazuela
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