The building was built in the middle of the 19th century by order of the Duke of Montezuma. Its style is romantic and it is made of ashlar stone; it is adorned with white wooden bay windows and a private garden at one of its main entrances, making it one of the most emblematic buildings in Haro.
At the end of the 19th century, due to the building's large size, excellent location and the growing demand for accommodation in Haro at that time, the building went from being used for family purposes to being used commercially for the first time, thus becoming the Hotel Adela. At the beginning of 1920, the hotel changed ownership and was refurbished and reopened under the name of Hotel Higinia, becoming a reference point for the hotel industry throughout the Rioja Alta region.
In the summer of 2010 the building underwent a second thorough refurbishment and reopened its doors in July of the same year, offering its services as a three-star superior hotel under the name of Hotel Arrope, a unique and modern space where we strive to provide individualised attention to our clients.
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