Patio del Nispero
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Patio del Nispero information
The shady courtyard at the El Convento is home to the hotel's all-day restaurant, so named for the resident 350-year-old Nispero tree. Lunch and dinner feature dishes with local and regional flavors, however the best meal of the day is the breakfast, both for the setting and the excellent dishes such as the eggs Benedict.