The DNA: In a nation as old as Spain, not everything notable is new. Cáceres natives Juan Antonio Pérez and José Polo spent decades putting their city on the map. They first launched Atrio in 1986 as a standalone restaurant. In 2010, with the help of architects Mansilla + Tuñón, the pair relaunched Atrio as a restaurant-hotel that brought modern flair to the medieval walled city. In the 14-room property, Pérez and Polo have added personal touches, such as decorating the space with pieces from their own collection (including a Warhol), making the hotel feel like a rather artful addition to their beloved restaurant.
Seen: Monocle, Wallpaper*
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 14 rooms & suites (30-60m2) (323-646 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2010 • architecture & interior design: Mansilla + Tuñón • parking possible nearby (charged) • pets allowed on request • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible