Paradores of Extremadura

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    Parador de Trujillo

    This beautiful Parador is located in the former Convent of Santa Clara in the centre of the ancient town of Trujillo. The Parador, with two delightful cloisters – one in Renaissance style – lending the hotel an aura of tranquillity, is ideal for rest and leisure with spacious, quiet and pleasant common rooms. There is a bar and the dining room has an impressive arched ceiling and serves mouthwatering regional dishes. Bedrooms are elegant and well equipped, air conditioned and...

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    Parador de Zafra

    In 1437 the Duke of Feria ordered the building of a magnificent fortress in Zafra – now the luxurious Parador de Zafra. It still has the original nine towers, in the Moorish style, and there are also Baroque elements dating from the 16th and 17th centuries, when the fortress was converted into a palace. The grand interior of the Parador recalls its ducal past, with coffered ceilings, ironwork, large chests and other decorative details preserved from the old palace. In warm...

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    Parador de Guadalupe

    Occupying a building from the 15th century which once housed the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, this convent style Parador is set in peaceful and quiet surroundings. The public rooms have ancient maps, engravings and tile plaques. There are also low copper braziers once used to warm the pilgrims who came here to worship at the shrine of the Virgin of Guardalupe. The welcoming bedrooms are decorated in a rustic style and offer guests the usual comfort and amenities and most...

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    Parador de Jarandilla de la Vera

    This is an exceptional Parador as this 15th century castle was once the home of Emperor Carlos V and is located in the heart of the town centre. The outstanding exterior features include the turrets and the parade ground. The tennis court and swimming pool are located in the extensive gardens where there are outdoor patios with seating areas. Inside there are grand halls with fireplaces which provide an intimate and peaceful atmosphere. Refreshments can be taken at the bar...

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    Parador de Merida

    The Parador de Merida is housed in an 18th century building with a long and interesting history. Before it became a hotel it served as a temple, a church, a hospital, a Roman forum, a mosque and even a jail and has been occupied by the Christians, Moors, Visigoths and Romans. Beautiful and well decorated bedrooms are equipped with all the amenities and conveniences one would expect from a hotel of this calibre. The beautiful Jardin de Antiguedades and the inner patio invite...

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    Parador de Cáceres

    The building is Gothic in style and incorporates an old slender tower. There is an inner courtyard which is paved and has a small cloister around it. Gothic, Renaissance and baroque styles can be seen throughout. The inner courtyard and cobblestones, frames and wooden beams and the original mantelpiece in the living room make up the interior decor. Of particular note is the original mantelpiece in the living room. The hotel’s wine cellar has more than 300 varieties of Spanish...

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    Parador de Plasencia

    The former 15th century Convent of Santo Domingo, the interior has an arcaded courtyard, vaulted ceilings and a freestanding staircase. The impressively decorated dining room – formerly the refectory – serves regional specialities. Bedrooms are very comfortable and the majority of them have a small sitting room There is a gym and a swimming pool.

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