Category: First class, Boutique hotel Rooms: 20 rooms Location: Colonial center of town
Who should go here: Those looking for a hotel that offers modern comforts, in a true colonial style hotel. The Santa Lucia is an example of the architectural style of the late 19th century.
The building where the Santa Lucia hotel is located, was built by the first governor of Azuay province (where Cuenca is located), Don Manuel Vega Davila, in 1859. Azuay province is located in the Andes of southern Ecuador. The house remained in the Vega family for over a hundred years, and it is a peaceful witness of important episodes of the history of southern Ecuador.
Santa Lucia is a hotel unique unto itself in that it is actually one of Ecuador’s most historic antique buildings. It’s located in the Old Town district of Cuenca, which is a living museum itself.
Hotel Services and amenities
Wake up Call
Restaurant, Café & Bar – Trattoria Novecentro, Bacus Café & Bar Moshi
Free wireless Internet
Private Bathroom with hot water 24 hours
Television with cable TV and over 50 channels in 5 different languages