Named for the famed flamenco guitarist “Niño Ricardo” (1904–72) who lived and died in the house, this charming little hotel near Plaza de Encarnación is painted with intense, earthy colors. Lacking a restaurant or even an elevator, it is classified by the city as a one-star hotel, yet rivals many a three-star property for charm. The building is the classic three floors around a central courtyard. The street level includes a large lounge area (with computer corner) where you can get coffee and hang out. Rooms are snug but attractively decorated; most have two twin beds.