The Hotel retains the structure of the former 18th century convent, built over the remains of a temple to the Concord of Augustus. It offers guests an opportunity to enjoy the rich heritage of the lovely city of Merida and the landscape around it. Some of the most outstanding spaces are the hotel lounge in the former convent refectory, the interior courtyard and the beautiful gardens, including the "Garden of Antiquities", an archaeological collection consisting of Mudejar, Roman and Visigoth elements. Highlights of the extensive and imaginative menu offered by the restaurant are truffles, caldereta (Extremadura stew), an assortment of gazpachos and figs from Almoharin.
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Standard Room with one double or two twin bed and includes Safe box, minibar, telephone, TV, international channels, wi-fi, air condition, bathroom with bathtub.
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