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Hotel Palacio de los Navas

More boutique b&b than hotel, if you’re looking for bellhops and lots of bowing and scraping, then Palacio de los Navas isn’t going to be for you. But what it might lack in full-scale facilities, it more than makes up for in charm and a central location – and at a very purse-friendly price, too.
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