Beltran de Santa Cruz

An elegant big house from the 18th century, very near the Plaza Vieja, it opened doors turned into a welcoming inn where the motivating combination of modern and ancient elements is a motive to extol the originality of its attractive design. This house of noble race, built by the progenitors of Gabriel Beltrán de Santa Clara, first count of San Juan of Jaruco, later belonged to relatives descending from the illustrious Marquis of Cardenas of Monte Hermoso.

The most illustrious visitors to the city stayed here, eminent German scientist Alejandro de Humboldt, and three French princes , the Beaujolais Count, the Duke of Montpensier and Duke of Orléans. Duke of Orléans later became King of France Luis Felipe I. An exquisite inn goes back to life in the aged city, sealing your stay with an indelible memory.


Calle San Ignacio 411 entre Sol y Muralla

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