This building had belonged since more than a century ago to the family Garrote, very much linked with the uptown part of the city. In the low part, men of different generations have worked as cabinetmakers and carpenters. They were in charge in the decade of the 20s of the last century of decorating with magnificent balconies the Casas Colgadas, symbol of our city.
Unfortunately, a recent fire had destroyed a large part of the building, reducing it almost to ashes. Build it up again, while respecting everything that could be preserved and equip them with the most modern equipment has been a difficult and complex task.
Fortunately we have counted on with the help of professionals and collaborators thanks to which, ALIZAQUE LODGE is a reality today. We all have worked and continue to do so to make your stay with us as pleasant as possible and your visit to Cuenca remains as one of their fond memories to keep.
As usual in all acknowledgments, we try to put all of the people who are with us, but still miss part of them.
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Mayra Vergara: Receptionist and “soul” of ALIZAQUE LODGE
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|Technical direction:||Construction:||Furniture and Design:||Design and Web production:|
|Idoia Ocerin: Architect||Celecabi SL||Impacto Digital SL||Terminal-5 design|
|J. Carlos Calvo: Architectural Techologist||ElectroCuenca||Isadora|
|María José Bernardez: Archeologist||Carpenter’s workshop Aurelio Mtz||Sutega SL|
|Cristaleria Cuenca CB|
|Workshop el Clavel|