I want to give this hotel a good review because the staff is friendly and lovely. However, it’s loud (there’s a locked gate and you have to ring a doorbell that echos through the whole hotel). The rooms are hot and stuffy even though it’s in the 50’s at night. You can’t get…
a really beautiful hotel in the center of Cuenca, in an ancient and very well restructured building . The personnel is very kind, the breakfast is good and copious. the only drawback is that my room was rather small, but everything very caracteristic a
Nice downtown location. Very difficult to find as door is set back from the street. Luckily we had a guide who took us here for lunch. Friendly service and good food. Wine a bit pricey at $35 for the cheapest white.
First impressions were good - the building is beautiful as is the lobby and entrance halls. However the room was a big let down. It was very no frills with no extras (hairdryer, tea, coffee etc). Bathroom looking very run down with no bath and a shower that looks like a 1970s…
We spent 2 nights in the Inca Real visiting the historic parts of Cuenca as well as birding Caja National Park. The hotel is lovely. Composed of colonial homes built in the 1800s, but modernized so that each room has a private bath. The owner and staff members were welcoming…
"We were in A2 (a double) which was very quiet."
"House in rear section much older, ask them to tell you about building history"
"Request a higher floor"
"bottom floor near the water fountain"
"Each room is unique - reception will help you choose. Rooms at the back are quietter."
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