Created in 2009 from a 16th-century manor house built around a patio with an 8th-century Moorish fountain, the family-run El Rey Moro spans the centuries with colorful contemporary rooms inspired by historic design motifs. Wall colors are warm and intense, and the furnishings tend to be quirky, one-of-a-kind pieces. The rooms are arrayed on two levels around the central courtyard, and many of them retain the old plaster walls and exposed ceiling beams of the original house. This corner of Barrio Santa Cruz is about a 4-minute walk from the cathedral. Guests have free use of house bicycles.