This hotel has a central courtyard surrounded by columned galleries in alternating sections: the first has twenty Tuscan columns with semicircular arches, and the second has twenty Ionic columns.
This building features a central courtyard surrounded by columned arcades in alternating sections. Giving the formal image of a medieval castle.
After its restoration the Palace has now been converted into a Parador with 70 rooms and a capacity of 133 beds.
Of note are the cold meats such as the morcilla (blood sausage) and the Burgos cheese. Let us not forget the freshwater fish including the trout, and the arriero-style stews such as the ajo carretero or pastor, customarily accompanied by the traditional ‘Torta de Aranda’ bread.