Despite my sadness, the beauty of Tui, Spain ignited feelings of refinement that live deep within my soul. The city is as beautiful as God’s heart. And Hotel A Torre do Xudeu is no different.
The staff told me this was always a Christian home, but some online sources note about a “Jewish Tower.” Even during the time when the Christians and the Moors fought, this area remained under Christian rule.
The hotel has character and class, which is something ancient architecture teaches us daily. It’s a mix of textures, elements and shapes within the architectural design. The breakfast area fuses this style of desire.
Onsite parking is free of charge. I made my reservation via booking.com. Prices vary but when booked in advance, prices are as low as 45 euros per night.
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