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Castillo De La Zuda

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Barx, Spain
Reviewed 1 October 2014

We have stayed in several Paradors both historic and modern and this was the best yet. From the moment we arrived we realised from the friendliness, efficiency and cheerfulness of the staff we came into contact with, that this was a well run hotel of which they were proud. Deservedly so as everything was very good. We were upgraded to...

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Zionsville, Indiana
Reviewed 8 September 2014

We really enjoyed staying in this parador. interesting spacious rooms with nice outside patios and lots of historical artifacts makes it a comfortable and interesting stay. Breakfast was excellent. The walk down to the cathedral is a little confusing on the way down, but pretty and well worth it.

Thank Mike46077
Reviewed 7 August 2013

Part of the excellent Parador system run by the Spanish government, this former Moorish fortress perches high on a rock that looms over the small city of Tortosa: its purpose in Medieval times was to keep a watch on the Ebro River which runs through the place. The building itself is of real interest with much of its original structure...

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Santa Monica, California
Reviewed 8 June 2009

The Hotel Castillo De La Zuda is a former castle on top of a hill overlooking the historic town of Tortosa. The common areas and restaurant are historic but the rooms are not. The rooms were small but clean,very comfortable, with air conditioning, firm beds, soft pillows, private bathrooms, TV, mini-bar, and all the creature comforts of home. We arrived...

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Address: Paseo de Ronda, 43500, 43500 Tortosa, Spain
Region: Spain > Catalonia > Province of Tarragona > Terres de l'Ebre > Tortosa
Number of rooms: 295
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“If you stay on the north side you have views of the river.”
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