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Hotel and restaurant in town. It is said that Casa Pestagua is the most beautiful house in Cartagena. Painted ceilings, carved stone windows, courtyards and royal palms... this Moorish-inspired colonial palace was built in the eighteenth century, in time of splendour for the city and Spanish galleons laden with gold and precious stones. Under their double ceilings, the rooms are unmistakably romantic; the pond invites you to refresh yourself amidst a beautiful exotic garden, whilst the restaurant under the arcades inspires aristocratic meals. Claude Pimont, the charismatic Maître de Maison, welcomes you with such warmth you will feel as if you were the actual Count de Pestagua! ... Learn moreless
Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. This summer pavilion, dating back to the Belle Époque, is tucked away in the heart of the Barranco district, a protected historic area next to the Pacific Ocean. Marble, exotic woods, a beautifully columned white façade, open balconies and skyhigh ceilings lit by skylights in the roofs – Lima teatinas – give it a charm all of its own. Its renovation was entrusted to sculptors from the Fine Arts Academy and to an Italian cabinetmaker with a view to preserving and showcasing its rich architectural heritage. Hotel B draws its inspiration from the Bohemian atmosphere of the surrounding district and exhibits works by contemporary Peruvian artists, adding to the hotel’s character. ... Learn moreless
Hotel and restaurant in town. Agave fields at the foot of a volcano, a colourful little town, you are in the cradle of the most famous Mexican beverage, in Tequila. The entire soul of Mexico is present here, in the vast architecture inspired by the colonial estates of El Solar de Las Ánimas, its arcades, corridors, ceramics and patios; in the fresh and organic produce of a fine local cuisine; in the paintings of Chucho Reyes which adorn the bar. Go for a visit to the distillery, the pre-Hispanic site of Guachimontones, ride a horse or do abseiling in the canyons … the bells of Santiago Apostol will ring when the sun goes down, for a cocktail on the terrace, of course based on tequila. ... Learn moreless
Hotel and restaurant in town. This exquisite 16th-century colonial manor was one of the first Spanish buildings in Cusco, located just steps away from the picturesque main square. Once occupied by the conquistadors of Peru, it is now an exclusive boutique hotel that has been carefully restored to retain its historical heritage and décor. With its suites set around a Spanish courtyard, replete with antiques and original architectural details, Inkaterra La Casona offers sober elegance without sacrificing authenticity. This is the perfect base from which to explore the vibrant capital of the Incan Empire and absorb the mysticism of the surrounding Andean valleys and villages. ... Learn moreless
Hotel and restaurant in town. This sumptuous, authentic Mexican hacienda is located in the center of Cuernavaca, the “city of eternal spring.” In the exotic gardens, among the sculptures by Francisco Zúñiga and lush flowers, elegant peacocks strut about and blue parrots perch in the trees. The colonial suites, in their tiled-roof villas, are decorated with beautiful antiques and artworks, including paintings by José Luis Cuevas, Leonardo Nierman and Carlos Mérida. In addition to generous servings of traditional cuisine, Las Mañanitas offers a choice of excursions on the Aztec trail, with visits to the Palace of Cortés and the ruined cities of Xochicalco and Taxco, famous for its silversmiths. ... Learn moreless