The Hotel Santa Lucía is located in a building originally constructed by the first governor of the province, Don Manuel Vega Davila, in 1859. After quietly witnessing the history of southern Ecuador for more than a hundred years, the building underwent a two-and-a-half year long restoration process and now serves as a prime example of the architectural style of nineteenth century Ecuador.

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The twenty rooms at the Hotel Santa Lucía have been specifically designed to provide the utmost in modern amenities while maintaining the atmosphere of a privileged nineteenth century home. The décor is simple and elegant, and furnishings feature warm, attractive tones and luxurious linens. Comfort is assured in the spacious rooms, and the owner and staff will go out of their way to guarantee a delightful stay.

The hotel complex features two restaurants and a charming bar. The Trattoria Novecento serves gourmet Italian fare paired with excellent wines from an extensive collection, and the Bacus Café is the perfect place to stop for a coffee or delicious Cuencano snack. Bar Moshi Moshi is the only lounge bar in Cuenca, serving a unique menu of small plates and a selection of delicious cocktails, wines by the glass, and champagne.

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