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        History

        The original building of the Hotel Eurostars Convento Capuchinos dates back to 1637 during the reign of Felipe IV under the government of the Conde Duque de Olivares. The original buildings consist of the church and arranged on each of its sides, the monastery of the Capuchin Monks and its founders' residence.

        Eurostars Convento Capuchinos

        Its construction was made possible thanks to the contribution of Mr Don Antonio Contreras and his wife Doña María de Amesquite, the owners who lived in one wing of the complex. The coat of arms, which appears in white marble on the main façade of the former church flanking the image of St Buenaventura, refers to this family.

        After the confiscation of Mendizábal (1836), during which goods were expropriated to the Catholic Church and the religious orders, the Capuchins abandoned the convent. The building went on to be used for military purposes and for almost one hundred years it was used as barracks and an artillery college.

        In 1929, the building was used for religious purposes once again: the Oblate Nuns, who worked in the educational sector, and a part of the complex went on to become the residence of the children from the Juvenile Court.

        In 2014, following a major refurbishment, the former convent and barracks opened its doors as a hotel dedicated to the rest and well-being of Eurostars guests.