Isabel Burton (1831-1896) belonged to a respected and well-to-do Roman Catholic family in England. She grew up enjoying social life in London. Then, she met his husband, Richard Barton, diplomat and explorer. He encouraged her to write. She wrote a story of their travels as diplomats in Syria and Palestine. Finally, she died and was buried, together with his husband, in an extravagant tomb in the shape of a Bedouin tent which she designed (St Mary Magdalen’s Roman Catholic Church Mortlake, London, England).
This apartment is characterized by its Moorish decoration which consists of a majestic arch situated in the direction of the Mecca. This set of rooms is located on the ground floor next to the courtyard, with windows overlooking the Fernando Colon Street and the patio itself.
This apartment has a large lounge with two levels. It has three areas: dining room, living room and kitchen, all integrated with highly decorative taste. It also has a bedroom and bathroom with modern equipment.
Bed type: 1 double bed and 1 sofa bed.