Set in a stunning neoclassical palace, the hotel occupies the former home of Don Jos� Ricardo O' Farrill, descendant of one of the most powerful and richest families of the colonial period, and is centrally located. It was renovated in 2002 and comprises a total of 38 rooms, including three junior suites and one disability-friendly room, spread across three floors. Further facilities include a caf�, an air-conditioned � la carte restaurant with highchairs available for children, a bar, and an inner courtyard with an ancient well and a stunning skylight. The terrace offers a great visual perspective over the rooftops of the city, and contributes to the unique nature of the hotel. Facilities on offer include a lobby area with a reception desk manned around the clock, a safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom, and lift access. Additional amenities include a kids' club, a selection of shops, and a conference room. Guests may also take advantage of the public Internet connection, the room and laundry service, and, for those arriving by car, the bookable parking spaces (charges apply). The harmonious combination of architectural elements from the 18th and 19th centuries, and the decoration in each of its three levels, bring about an exceptional effect of comfort on visitors to this establishment.