This charming suite displays a view of the fountain in the courtyard. It has a queen-size bed with an adjacent, recessed alcove, which holds a day bed that can become a pull-out double bed.
A primary decoration in this suite is a hand-carved wooden piece, which frames the room’s niches and is filled with Mexican, hand-crafted wooden statues of saints. It is from a demolished hacienda’s private chapel in the Guanajuato area. The Victorian dresser is circa 1900. On the wall to the right of the large window hangs an oil painting of Principe Leopoldo d´Medici in its original frame, circa 1560. This work of art was copied from the Medici´s family portrait of Leopoldo, which hangs in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy.
Room rate is based on double occupancy, but can accommodate 3 if needed; $100 per person charge if one more person is added.