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This stunning castle atop a small hill has amazing views over the surrounding countryside . The rooms are delightful as is the overall ambience . However , I was disappointed with the evening meal I had . Not only was the fish stew tasteless ,...More
High atop the hill in a former castle and monastery, this state-run Parador has taken a historic building and made it into a luxury hotel. Rooms are spacious, especially the all-marble bathrooms. Wifi makes it to the rooms and all one needs is available. Restaurant...More
This castle parador commands an amazing view over the town and surrounding countryside. Rooms are spacious, well appointed and the public areas are very comfortable. Only downside is accessing the hotel by car which requires some skill in negotiating the final driveway. Food in the...More
The drive up to this hotel to check in is the most intimidating I have ever encountered. You wind your way uphill along a small street with the Castle turned parador looming above you. If you look up you can see the arrow holes and...More
This parador is a castle on top of a steep hill overlooking the salt mine that brought wealth to the region for centuries. We found the room to be quite comfortable, and dinner and breakfast in the dining room quite satisfactory, especially considering the large...More