Hotel Luca

Witch's Castle


Next to the Rio de Janeiro square is this building that owes its name to the particular shape of the roof of the main tower, which resembles a witch's hat, as well as the windows that form a kind of face.


This red brick building is the work of engineer R. A. Piegon and dates back to 1908. The art deco details it now features were the work of a remodel in the 1930s, making the place truly beautiful and worth seeing. admire.


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Hotel Luca

Hotel LUCA has 30 suites with modern amenities, large windows overlooking the hotel's interior patio or Plaza Luis Cabrera, complimentary Mexican coffee and WiFi, minibar with free non-alcoholic drinks, Complimentary American Breakfast, typical Mexican dishes with a spectacular view on the LUCA terrace, located on 6th. floor . Choose one of our rooms with views of the patio, with a private terrace or with a magnificent view of Plaza Luis Cabrera.