This bright, year-old boutique property feels more like home than a hotel. Its seven rooms are individually decorated based on personalities of the family members of its owner, local interior designer Helena Dávila; take the Luisa, a cheery room with tropical print wallpaper named for her young niece. The hotel’s cozy living room has puzzles and games, breakfast is served at a communal farmhouse-style table, and the kitchen fridge is stocked with snacks and drinks that guests can take as they please.

The New York Times

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