- Private bathroom with hot and cold water
- Breakfast included
- Cable TV
- Window to the Garden
The Creole wren (Troglodytes aedon), also called common mouse, common cockroach, chercán, chivirín saltapared, northern continental red saltapared, soterrey cucarachero, home wren, curucucha, cucurucha, pititurri and tacuarita, is a species of passerine bird of the Troglodytidae family , which is distributed throughout most of America.
It is a small, stocky bird with a narrow tail. It measures approximately 10 cm and weighs around 12 g. Both the male and the female have brown plumage on the upper parts, with black stripes on the wings and tails. Their underparts are lighter brown tones, becoming lighter towards the belly. It also has darker brown stripes on the flanks and underflow. Young specimens are darker than adults.
It has a short and repetitive song at times and, at times, it can even be melodious.
- We have all the biosecurity protocols, we ensure the safety of our guest and our team of collaborators.
- Upon arrival at the hotel there is a disinfection point for both the guest and the suitcases
- When arriving at the hotel they must have on the mask.
- In social areas you must wear a mask.
- In social areas you must keep the social distancing of 2 meters.
- The hotel has different disinfection points.
- If you feel symptoms of Covid, please notify the reception.