Represents the juxtaposition of antique and modern structures that harmonize in the Colonial City
Casa del Pozo is outstanding: all that is antique is preserved, and the new structures are modern, highlighting the value of its centenarian foundations.
The house features a dining room, six luxury rooms with a private bathroom each, and a center courtyard with an outdoor lounge area and swimming pool. Maximum capacity of 16 people.
Architecture: An impressive colonial structure dating to the 16th century nestled within the former grounds of the Convent of the Dominican order.
Name Origin: Tribute to the ancient well that was found in the courtyard.
Concept: A great city dwelling where history and present-day life coexist in harmony.
Design: Opposing colors, black and white, juxtapose with surprising touches in other different tones. The wood and antique plasters coexist in the different social areas and bedrooms.
Culture: Historic and architectural preservation.