This majestic estate belonged to Barbara Hutton Woolworth and was built over a period of six years, ending on 1959, after an intense quest for a place with excellent climate, magnetism, and historic roots. The name means a place of peace, tranquillity and long life, notions that describe the environment that prevails in this palace to perfection. The symbol of the hotel is a lotus flower with three converging swords that represent wisdom and love.Reservations for golf courses as well as plane ticket confirmation and changes can be undertaken at the reception. Guests also may make use of the exclusive tourist guide service, which tours both in the city and in the state of Morelos and Guerrero.All of the rooms feature electronic safe box, hair dryer, bathtub, private balcony with a view of our lush gardens, 24-hour room service, clock/radio, wireless Internet access, and an exquisite design and décor that will make guests feel at home.
From Mexico City, entering Cuernavaca through the highway, take the fourth junction towards Civac/ Cuautla, and taking Ave. 10 de abril, the hotel is located in its end.