With its lovely interior courtyard filled with lemon and orange trees, secluded swimming pool, function room with fireplace, and views of the mountains and monastery, the Parador de Guadalupe will let your imagination soar, carrying you back to distant times and immersing you in the magic of a medieval village.
The hotel enjoys an incredible location on the site of the Royal Monastery of Guadalupe, which has been declared a World Heritage Site. The monastery complex is made up of four parts: church/basilica, auditorium building, Mudejar cloister and Gothic cloister. All are spectacularly beautiful. The garden, a fertile area with native plants, flowers and fountains; the beautiful corridors and cozy guest rooms will make your visit an idyllic experience.
Guadalupe is a delightful town in the Cáceres district known as Las Villuercas, a lovely village with cobbled streets and houses built in the traditional vernacular style. It is home to an extremely valuable area of artistic and historical importance dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. It has been preserved with its original structure intact, making you feel as if you are on a film set. Santa María Square, where the Parador is located, and the old Jewish quarter are well worth a leisurely visit. From here you can travel to mountain villages in the surrounding area, including Cañamero, Logrosán and Berzocana. Another of the region’s attractions is the delicious Extremaduran cuisine.
Double (double bed): 10
Double superior: 20
Junior Suite: 3
Total capacity: 80
Total rooms: 41
Unique features: Candy Bar & Sweet Treats (candy, cupcakes, cakes, etc.), Ham Carver, Cheese Station, Chocolate Fountain, Design and Creation of a Photo Backdrop, Brunch for Guests the Day after the Wedding.
Wedding set-up options Lunch/Dinner, Imperial (long tables), Cocktail Party.
Additional services: Special Room Rate for Guests, Parking, Bathroom Cleaning Service for the Entire Event, Carved Fruit for the Cocktail Party.
Are there churches nearby? Yes.
Our buffet breakfast is ideal for guests who have planned an exciting day of hiking in the Villuercas-Ibores-Jara Geopark.
Opposite the monastery façade, with a relaxed spiritual energy, the many religious motifs that protect the medieval atmosphere seductively entice the Parador. Whitewashed arcades are adorned by vegetation and filled with peace and a refined stillness, enhancing the value of this town, which has been declared a historic/artistic monument.
How to arrive
The Parador is located in the city center, near the Royal Monastery, a World Heritage Site. When traveling from Madrid (A-5) or the northern peninsula (N-630), the point of reference is Navalmoral de la Mata, 65 km from the Parador. From Cáceres, take the N-521 to Trujillo. Take the road for Zorita (EX-208) and then Logrosan-Guadalupe (EX-102). From Portugal, Badajoz and the southern peninsula, take N-630 to Mérida. Continue on the A-5 in the direction of Madrid. Take the exit for the N-430 towards Ciudad Real. In Obando, turn left onto the EX-116 in the direction of Guadalupe.