De The New York Times a The Frommer´s Spain
Alameda Palacete, después de aparecer mencionado en un artículo en The New York Times, dicho artículo forma parte de la conocida serie de libros para viajeros The Frommer´s Spain
This old and noble house, built at the turn of the 20th century, has been completely restored and turned into the town's most romantic and inviting hotel. The original design has been preserved wherever possible, including the Venetian stucco of the central stairs (a Venetian architect was imported). For such luxury, the place is amazingly affordable. Some of the rooms are very spacious, as are the bathrooms. Modern facilities have been installed but each room is individually designed, with comfort a major consideration. On a romantic patio guests drink fresh orange juice and just-brewed coffee early in the morning. The location is idyllic, in the heart of town at the Plaza Mayor."
Libro Frommer´s Spain 2012
Darwin Porte, Danforth Prince