Paradores of Castilla-La Mancha

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    Parador de Almagro

    The Convent of San Francisco, dates back to 1596. The inner rooms are welcoming with an elegant, peaceful air. There are 14 inner courtyards and a splendid garden with swimming pool. Beautiful galleries, wood and latticework complete the peaceful setting – the predominant sound being the murmuring of the fountains.. The bedrooms, formerly the monastic cells, are quiet and comfortable.

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    Parador de Manzanares

    The Parador is surrounded by attractive gardens, full of trees, shrubs and flowers, together with an outdoor pool and children’s play area. The public rooms and bedrooms have wooden furniture, leather chairs and wrought iron wall lights, giving the Parador a friendly and cosy atmosphere. As well as international dishes, the restaurant offers an enticing buffet and recommends regional specialities – prepared in their open kitchen. There is an outdoor pool in the lush and...

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    Parador de Cuenca

    Cuenca is a World Heritage City and this former 16th century monastery is to be found in the historic quarter of Cuenca atop the Huécar Gorge. The cloister and chapel are today a cosy café and the refectory is now the main dining room. There is a bar and a gift shop. It has comfortable bedrooms (some with views of the hanging houses and the Gorge). A bridge connects the Parador to the old town and the Cathedral and, along with the limestone rock formations in the area, makes...

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    Parador de Sigüenza

    This amazing Parador was formerly an Arabic citadel and home to cardinals, bishops and even kings. Today guests are able to enjoy the extraordinary interior and the splendid location. Nearby you will find the centre of the town with its cathedral and the Plaza Mayor. Bedrooms are beautifully decorated in traditional Castilian style and each one is spacious and equipped with excellent amenities and facilities. Some also have a four poster bed and a terrace or balcony with...

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    Parador de Alarcón

    Wonderfully preserved 8th century Moorish fortress with impressive castellated keep. Magnificent oak and a mixture of modern and classical styles have transformed this Parador into a new building whilst retaining its original medieval character. This Parador has a noted art collection. Bedrooms are comfortable, many with four poster beds. The restaurant serves regional cuisine.

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    Parador de Albacete

    This Manchegan country mansion is simple but elegant in style and has a beautiful entrance hall . Large windows and ornate wood feature prominently in the comfortable bedrooms. There is a bar and restaurant and the Don Quixote connection is reflected in the public rooms Sancho Panza and Dulcinea. The verdant garden and peaceful setting make this the ideal location for a relaxing break

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    Parador de Toledo

    A beautiful stone-built mansion with wooden balconies, offering every comfort with the Moorish influence reflected in the wood, copperware, tiles and rugs featured in the décor. Stunning views of Toledo can be enjoyed from the bedrooms, public areas, the terrace, swimming pool and garden. There is a bar and regional fare is on offer in the restaurant.

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    Parador de Oropesa

    Renovated but maintaining the style of the original 14th century palace, the Parador de Oropesa offers guests a stunning view of the Gredos mountain range. Bedrooms are well designed and amenities include a direct dial telephone, TV, safe and mini bar and most of them overlook the local vineyards. The interior of the Parador features a fine arcaded courtyard, both timbered and vaulted ceilings, and heavy drapes, lamps and large chests all add to the atmosphere. Outside, there...

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