Hotel Posada Don Alfredo
Lonely Planet review
Dark and atmospheric, Alfredo has some very good rooms, fitted out with antiques and somber artwork, but you have to pay a little more - cheap rooms are quite basic.
It's difficult to fake character, and from the moment you enter this disordered, but charmingly elegant, old colonial home you know this place is the real deal. The historic building has many tales to tell and will appeal to those who prefer charisma and homeliness to facilities. Don Alfredo is the personable owner and has decorated the jungly central patio with local art and elegant, though comfortably worn, furniture. The rooms vary widely in quality and shape, but nearly all are spacious, nay, huge. Some may prefer the upstairs double with its cozy feel and creaking floorboards. Some of the rooms share bathrooms, so as to preserve the building's original lines, but there's hot water throughout, and cordial hospitality.
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