See why so many travellers make Hotel Alcantara their hotel of choice when visiting Caceres. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Palace of the Marqueses de Torreorgaz (0.5 mi) and Palace de las Cigüeñas (0.5 mi), guests of Hotel Alcantara can easily experience some of Caceres' most well known attractions.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel Alcantara features 24 hour front desk and a concierge. In addition, as a valued Hotel Alcantara guest, you can enjoy a pool and a lounge that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.
Travellers looking to enjoy some oyster can head to Atrio Restaurante or La Marina Cafe Bar Restaurante Caceres. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Tápara, La casa del goloso, or Zeri's Coffee Roaster.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an ancient ruins, such as Baluarte De Los Pozos.
At Hotel Alcantara, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Caceres.
In a good position in the centre of town, and only 5 minutes walk to the old town and Plaza Mayor. The hotel needs to be renovated and kicked into the 21st century as it looks tired and dated, although it was clean and the room was warm with comfy beds. The shower head was falling off the wall and the tiling looked like it was last grouted in the 1970's. We arrived on a Sunday to find no food and the bar shut. Reception could not even get us a beer. There is no free parking here, it is pay and display in the street outside, but there is a public underground carpark on the other side of the road, but make sure you ask at reception for the 40% discount voucher for this car park as you won't get one if you don't ask.The continental breakfast was good with a nice selection of pastries, cheese and meats and fruit.…
I stayed at this hotel for one night only and for a quick stay it is fine. The staff is friendly and helpful always attending with kindness and a smile. The rooms are ok, bed is confortable, the bathroom was cleaned. However, generally speaking all the spaces look old and would probably need some refurnishing and some fancy decoration.
Room and bathroom were very good and there was a 'fridge, not something we always find in Spanish hotels. The bar was very poorly stocked with only Amstel beer available on draught (and it was off!). Beds were a little hard but this did not affect our sleep. The two bedside lights operate from a single switch, a bit daft if one person wants to sleep while the other reads. The hotel is situated on a main road a few minutes walk from the old town square. Lots of shops in the vicinity. Parking is on the road in the area round the back of the hotel. Breakfast was very good.
We prepaid for two nights at the hotel, and missed the first night due to the air traffic controller strike in France. When we arrived for our 2nd night, the desk clerk tried for a long time to convince us that we had canceled our reservation since we didn't show up for our first night. There was no hotel policy about this, but she was absolutely sure that we couldn't stay at Alcantara that night. She finally called someone who told her to give us our room. It would have been nice if she had acknowledged that we had missed a day of our vacation because of the strike, and known to give us our room. WE asked where to park, and she said very clearly that parking on the street was free if we could find a spot. We had found a spot right out front, and left our car there. When we came back from sight seeing, we had a ticket. The woman then seemed to know nothing about parking and would not translate what the ticket said. Apparently the hotel has access to a limited amount of parking spots a few blocks away. When we realized that our car had to be moved, there were none available. We wore our down coats and rain jackets sightseeing - it was chilly and rainy. The heater in the room didn't work, and nothing could be done about it...it was cold. Loud noises that sounded like a fog horn kept us up all night long...still have no idea where they came from. So wish we hadn't stayed at Alcantara.…
We traveled as an educational group---6 adults and 10 college students. The rooms were fine, and the people at the front desk helpful and courteous, but the group dinner we had was dreadful. it was really dreadful. Maybe it was because their banquet food gets less attention than their menu food, but still, it was the worst restaurant food we have had since bringing our study abroad group to Spain in January.