— How would you describe Consolación in a few words?
— What was your inspiration to open a small hotel?
— Swimming pool at Consolación
— What is the atmosphere like at Consolación?
— Please tell us about the history and the renovation.
The church has a house attached to it that holds Consolación’s common rooms such as the restaurant, library, kitchen, and dining room. We wanted to make sure that the church as well as the house would be well-integrated into the overall project which took us about five years to complete.”
— Baroque room
— Please tell us more about the rooms at the hotel.
Then we have the 10 individual Kubes that all have fireplaces and big windows overlooking the landscape. In line with the Japanese influence, the bathtubs are built into the floors of the rooms, and the mattresses are down at floor level. The rooms have showers and mini-kitchens with a refrigerator and a kettle. The TVs are into the wardrobe so they are out of sight unless in use.
Two of the Kubes were built so that they could potentially be used as one big space which makes them great for families.”
— Swimming pool
— Please tell us a little about the restaurant and the services you offer.
As far as other services go, we offer soup and juice to guests upon arrival and give them a small homemade cake on departure. We can also arrange excursions like kayaking trips or other local tours.”