Behind the façade is a very beautiful inner courtyard, with a double gallery, the upper tier of which is glazed. Andalusian details and ceramics decorate the dining room.
Behind quite an austere facade this hotel hides an ashtonising patio with a double gallery, which superior part has been glassed.
The comfortable and welcoming rooms are remarkable for the height of their ceilings. Particularly outstanding are the six looking onto the plaza, and the suite on the opposite corner, with panoramic views of the Plaza de Vázquez de Molina.
Sit down in the Parador’s dining room, take up a menu and enjoy. Bull’s tail in loma red wine, stewed kid with pine nuts, peppers stuffed with partridge.