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Parador

Imagine spending the night in a Spanish castle, looking down from your perch on a lone hilltop. Or, how would you like to stay in an ancient monastery or a convent? Many such buildings are open to the public in the form of beautifully restored hotel facilities.
The paradors are often located higher up, providing panoramic views of the cities and their surroundings. They are also usually located close to the major sights of the city, making it that much easier to see the splendours and attractions.
The paradors are often located higher up, providing panoramic views of the cities and their surroundings. They are also usually located close to the major sights of the city, making it that much easier to see the splendours and attractions.
The paradors are often located higher up, providing panoramic views of the cities and their surroundings. They are also usually located close to the major sights of the city, making it that much easier to see the splendours and attractions.
These Paradors are located in the city or countryside and were constructed as modern contemporary paradors as opposed to historic buildings. They are ideal for a family holiday and all have outdoor swimming pools open in the summer. All have ample grounds and easy access and parking facilities.
These Paradors are located in the city or countryside and were constructed as mid 20th Century style paradors as opposed to historic buildings. They are ideal for a family holiday and all have outdoor swimming pools open in the summer. All have ample grounds and easy access and parking facilities.
These paradors are located in the countryside or very close to it, providing rural escapes for those who wish to explore nature and Andalucia´s beautiful outdoors. Hiking, paragliding, climbing and mountain biking are just a few of the many activities that can be enjoyed whilst staying at a rural parador in Andalucia.
Many of Andalucia´s famous paradors are located on the coast, providing direct access to the beach and Mediterranean sea. Many of the rooms at these hotels have private balconies or terraces from where you can sit and enjoy the coastal breeze whilst soaking up the hot Spanish sun.
Many of Andalucia´s famous paradors are located in, or on the edge of, major cities, providing an ideal base from which you can explore the city where you are staying. Although these paradors are located in the city, they do not feel like it, as they provide exclusive accommodation away from the noise and pollution of the city.
The Parador in Úbeda, known as the Condestable Dávalos Parador, makes yet another gorgeous historical gem open to the public. This time you can stay in a 17th century renaissance palace right in the heart of the historic city of Úbeda. The Úbeda Parador is within walking distance to many restaurants and fine cafés. It’s located right in the heart of the city in Plaza de Vazquéz Molina.
The Ronda Parador is an interesting mix of old and new architecture with views of the busy and picturesque Plaza de España on one side and the breathtaking gorge on the other, as well as the 18th century Puente Nuevo bridge that is right along one side of the building. This is an excellent, convient base for exploring Ronda.

The most outstanding feature of this hotel is its location right inside the Doñana Natural Park, which is the protected area surrounding the Doñana National Park. It is perched on cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

The  Parador at Mazagón in Huelva province also has a very nice swimming pool with views out over the sea and many rooms have good sea views from their balconies.

While perching on a cliff, there is access to the vast stretches of unspoiled beaches below.

This hotel is a unique concept in Paradores as it is the only golf hotel in the chain. A comfortable, modern and cosy facility with banquet facilities and a lovely dining room, this Parador is right on the edge of the Costa del Sol with an undeveloped stretch of beach right in front of the hotel and a beachside promenade to the right (if you are looking at the hotel towards the sea) that now provides a thoroughly enjoyable walk to nearby Torremolinos.
The Parador in Córdoba is actually outside of the city of Córdoba to the north and provides the perfect starting point for discovering the wonders of Córdoba province. It is built upon the ruins of what was once the summer palace of Abderramán I. Nestled into the foothills of the Córdoban mountain range and surrounded by trees and greenery this location is reported to be about 4 degrees cooler than the provincial capital.
The Parador in Cadiz, known as the Hotel Atlantico, is probably Cadiz's slickest hotel, and also the most vanguard of the state-owned Parador chain. A recently-opened fabulous contemporary building with one entire wall of glass, it makes the most of the breathtaking location and sea views across the bay to Rota.