This magnificent palace was converted into a hotel a few months ago and retains the charm of a stately private home that has barely changed. Its six rooms house books, antiques, oriental rugs and all the exquisite detail you'd find in a luxury home of a friend. It also has a lovely garden, pool, fireplaces, and corners throughout the house full of books and interesting pictures. The rooms are all different, mine was a little small in size, but all have a minibar with water for guests, free wifi, air conditioning, luxury products in the bathroom and great service. The price is ridiculous for all this, so reasonable, and the three stars also is crazy, it should be higher.