Located in the hearth of the beautiful Cuenca city, Hotel Carvallo is known as one of the architectural jewels of Cuenca, awarded by the Municipality of Cuenca, in the year 2003 with the Fray Jose Maria Vargas Award, for best achievement in restoration of that year. Enjoy its strategic location, surrounded by churches that speak of their religion, in which are embedded elements of the Ecuadorian highlands and its unique topography.
The intimate Carvallo is full of understated elegance. Yet another lovingly restored old house in the heart of the downtown, the Carvallo boasts 30 cozy rooms with blue walls and armoires made from local black-walnut wood. Some units have terrific views of the city. The bathrooms are small but well equipped and very clean. Request a bathrobe at check-in, and they'll deliver one to your room. The honeymoon suite comes with a king-size bed, plush comforter, and giant candelabra.
The rooms are ample, nicely decorated with excellent private facilities. The hotel has 30 rooms to accommodate 50 guests in single, double and triple rooms. All rooms has cable TV, air conditioning, telephone, wireless Internet, luxury amenities and minibar.
Junior Suites are ample, nicely decorated with excellent private facilities. The hotel has 30 rooms to accommodate 50 guests in single, double and triple rooms. All rooms has cable TV, air conditioning, telephone, wireless Internet, luxury amenities and minibar.
Suites are ample, nicely decorated with excellent private facilities. Suites feature one king size bed, minibar, cable TV, clock radio, hairdryer, wireless internet, private bathroom with tub and hot water, air conditioning, luxury amenities.
The hotel has a cafeteria and breakfast room, two ample saloons and is linked to the hip Eucalyptus restaurant across the street. They will deliver snacks or meals to your room if you're too tired to venture out.
Cuenca, Ecuador's third largest city, captivates its visitors with its astonishing beauty. Narrow cobbled streets, an abundance of old colonial buildings, interesting museums, charming plazas, and ornated balconies contribute to Cuenca's romantic flair. It is the perfect place to get the panama hat of your dreams since Cuenca is known for being the most famous trade center of this headgear. The area around Cuenca is known for its hospitable people, unique cuisine, and charming pueblos nestled between the softened folds of the Andes.
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