Hotel Monte Perdido
This welcoming mountain hotel is located on the western slopes of the
mountains now designated as the Ordesa National Park.
From some of the comfortable bedrooms there are beautiful views of this mountain scenery.
The Parador of Bielsa is built to the traditional architecture of the area in local stone.
Inside there is much use of wood to cover the floors, walls and columns. The furniture is modern in design and finished in luxurious leather.
The restaurant maintains the high standards of the Parador Group and
serves the best of the dishes popular in the Northern part of Aragon. It has a special menu for those on a gluten free diet.
Whilst staying here you should enjoy this National Park which was established in 1918 and later extended. The highest point is Monte Perdido which is climbs to about 10,000 feet.
If you are lucky (or perhaps unlucky!) you well meet a brown bear in
the remoter parts of the mountains. This is one of the 10 species most
at threat in Europe. For much of the year it hibernates and for the other
months it leads a lonely (almost) existence eating everything in reach,
nuts, fruit, fish, insects etc. The animals do not attack unless provoked
and have a well deserved fear of humans.
The Bielsa Parador has twenty five twin bedded rooms, five with a double bed, eight suites and one duplex.
All the rooms have a private bathroom and there is a telephone, cable television, safe and mini bar.
The hotel is heated in winter. Facilities include a bar and a restaurant, conference room, parking facilities (without security and limited places), cable TV, gift shop, currency exchange, lift and garden.
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Valle de Pineta, s/n
22350 Bielsa, Huesca
Latitude: 42° 40' 46.0554" N (42.67953291152687)
Longitude: 0° 5' 4.8114" E (0.08497238159179687)
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|Comment posted by Maurice Moeyensoon|
|A one night stay in Sepember 2015 as part of a 3 days package in paradores called "Pyrenée Route" including breakfast and diner. The setting is spectacular and worth the detour! Unfortunately the place is pretty run down. The room is ok, no more. The staff is ok, no more either. This restaurant may compete for the worst steak with the Parador Seu D'Urgell! Consolation: the local wine is good and cheap. A deception.|
|Comment posted by STEPHEN WEBBER|
|Visited Parador Bielsa for 2 nights in early May, an excellent time of year. We were quite lucky. Rain was predicted but never materialized. Daytime temperatures were between 17 and 22. Although this seems to be the perfect time to visit, the hotel was not full, and did not even appear to be close to full either night we were there. From Bielsa village to the parador was an unforgettably beautiful 13 K drive through lush green fields and forest with frequent stops for cattle wandering about the road. Our room's spectacular view included countless waterfalls streaming from snowfields far above, in the morning many turning to rainbow hued mist. Front desk provided map and directions for a pleasant 5 - 6 K hike to a picturesque valley with bigger waterfalls farther back in the mountains. More demanding hikes were also available. Restaurant's food was at best average. for example, veal was more like tough mutton. Breakfast buffet was as expected at better qulaity lodgings,satisfactory but not exceptional. There was no apparent effort to deal with persistent flies buzzing around. A very complete picnic lunch was available, although we did not partake of it. Staff was friendly and attentive. The location and ambiance easily outweighs the shortcomings. My wife and I want to attempt the more demanding hikes. We will definitely stay there again.|
|Comment posted by Anne & Anthony|
|We have stayed once before at Bielsa and enjoyed it immensely. This time was no different, we were certainly not disappointed, if anything it was better. Our stay was early season during the month of April. There was still snow on the ground and we went walking first thing in the morning to one of the waterfalls and we were the only people in the National Park. It was truly magical, clear blue sky and warm sunshine. The hotel staff were extremely helpful, food was good and the room spacious. Excellent value for money. We will go back again without a doubt.|
|Comment posted by John Holcroft|
|A group of four of us stayed for one night in early October. The setting is spectacular, sitting in a valley with views of the mountains all around. The public rooms had an old world cosy feel about them and we all enjoyed the evening meal. If you're looking for somewhere peaceful with great views this is the place for you.|
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A small Parador hotel in the Lost Mountain nature reserve at Bielsa in the Pyrenees.