Rooms with their own personality in the heart of Cadiz, this stately family home converted into a hotel makes its way.



History, design and exclusivity!

Lose yourself among velvet furniture, checkerboard marble, historical and contemporary furniture in the heart of the old town of Cadiz.

The interior design studio LUZIO together with Ninfa Delfin, the owner of the hotel, have brought to life ten rooms with their own personality, distributed over four floors that revolve around a typical Andalusian inner courtyard.

Black polished concrete floors, anthracite woodwork, baroque style headboards, antique brass lamps and antique chests of drawers.

The details make the difference

A small hotel different from the rest where nothing has been left to chance. From the decoration to the intimate atmosphere. Everything is designed for our guests to enjoy the peace and quiet they deserve.

Enjoy 300 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets on mattresses made of silk and other natural fibers. Lose track of time in one of our rooms with an exclusive Devon & Devon bathtub that redefines the pleasure of the bathing ritual.

In the heart of Cadiz

We are in the heart of Cadiz, where you can meet one of the most ancient cities of the West and enjoy the most sybarite and typical gastronomy. We are just a few steps away from the main commercial streets and only 10 minutes away from the dreamiest beaches of Cádiz, enjoy it!

We are the perfect destination for the most demanding pleasure-seekers. Read peacefully reclining by the bookcase in our social lounge and end your day on our private terrace.


The hotel and its legend

The massacre of March 10, 1820

On that day in Cadiz, more than 60 people were killed, 148 injured and 362 robbed when troops opened fire on the crowd in the Plaza de San Antonio. One of the injured turned out to be the famous smuggler «EL PÁJARO AZUL» (Blue Bird) whose name was given to the recently opened bodega Tablao Antiguo and modern archaeology in Calle San Juan

(next to the cathedral and meeting place between the 60s and 70s). A forbidden place in our childhood. The severly injured smuggler took refuge in a house at the end of Cánovas Street, where he was protected by a wealthy family. He ended up giving up smuggling and dedicated himself to do good. He finally left to America and disappeared. It is believed that he was rescued and cured at house 32 of Cánovas Street. On his smuggler’s emblem stuck to his monk’s robes, he wore a lynx…