The Flores Village Hotel surpassed our expectations. It's three levels ramble back up a hill with a top terrace offering beautiful views of the old town and down to the river. In the evenings a bar tender serves tasty sangria from an outdoor bar in a lovely lawned courtyard in the middle of the complex. The hotels architecture in unique - it's an historic building which has been cleverly and sympatheticly restored to fit its current purpose beautifully.
The restaurant is excellent and the check in experience and standard of local tourist advice was superb. Great breakfasts and the Roman bath in the basement is pretty amazing. Our room which was on the top floor had as a section of it an interesting dome which used to be the roof of a chapel below and a gorgeous timber cathedral ceiling. It is however wise to close your windows at night as the local birdlife like sleeping there too! More
- Free Wifi