Music fans will love this place. It's located in the Santa Cruz barrio in two restored 18th-century townhouses, and it's full of charm. The central patio, with its colorful traditional Andalusian tiled walls and antique furniture, hosts a grand piano and harp—and the occasional performance. Elsewhere, there's a library with interesting books that continue the musical theme and a collection of CDs which guests can borrow to listen to in their rooms. Rooms are cozy rather than spacious, but they are spotlessly clean, with Egyptian linen on the beds, well-functioning bathrooms, minibars, and safes. One room even has its own piano (don't worry, all rooms are soundproofed). It's a family-owned place, and Maria Guerrero and her daughters work hard to run the place with friendly efficiency. The hotel features a pleasant rooftop terrace with a Jacuzzi, offering views across the city—an ideal spot for taking breakfast.