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Las Casas de Acuzar - Paseo de Excolta

 
 
Behind the old building fascade, Paseo de Escolta in Las Casas de Acuzar is actually a modern and comfortable hotel.
 
We stayed in a  Studio deluxe room, which was elegantly decorated,  showing off the owner's good taste in interior decoration.   
 
The bathroom was huge and has a separate shower and tub, with running hot and cold water.
 
It was almost perfect if not for the noisy upstairs guest (and my vivid imagination of ghosts of the original owners of the houses running around the resort, but that is just me).  For more a peaceful night, I suggest that you take an upstairs Studio loft.
 
Overall satisfaction factor is 7.5 out of 10.
 


The room has a balcony that open up to a view of the Plaza.
 
 
View of the Plaza that transforms into a stage to various cultural presentations late afternoon.
 
 
 


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