Hotel El Adelantado
A Parador for those who consider a twenty eight kilometre slow mountain
road with many bends justifies a stay in wild exceptional mountain scenery.
The windows of this Parador give panoramic views of this countryside and the atmosphere of tranquillity and beauty is heightened by the scent of the surrounding pine trees. The views are particularly dramatic at the approach to winter when the leaves turn to orange and gold.
The building follows in the tradition of the typical Andalusia mountain lodge. The interior is simple and unpretentious with its pleasant sitting room with comfortable furniture and large windows.
The rustic restaurant at the Parador specialises in game which appears
on the menu regularly during the hunting season. The restaurant also has a gluten free menu.
The castle is worth visiting and also the churches of Carmen and Santa Maria. Your visit should also include the monasteries of San Juan de la Penitencia and Montesion.
Further afield go to the Templar castle of Iruela and the Roman villa of Quesada. Also go to Ubeda for its examples of Andalusian Renaissance architecture.
The main local festival takes place in Cazorla on September 17th. Other festivals are at Iruela on August 28th and the local Feasts of San Isidro (May 15th) and San Blas (first Sunday of February).
The National Park of Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas gives the opportunity
for hunting, fishing, walking, riding horses, cross country driving or
In late September from the terrace of the Parador of Cazorla you may be able to watch the battles of stags while battling for supremacy within their territories.
The unheated swimming pool has impressive views over the Nature Reserve.
Parador Cazorla has central heating, parking facilities (without security and limited places), piped music, currency exchange, lift, satellite television, garden, seasonal swimming pool and a children play area, a restaurant and a bar. Air conditioning is not thought necessary due to the fresh mountain air.
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Rates in Euros
|Standard||Superior||Twin w/ facilities for disabled persons||Junior Suite|
|Jan and Feb|
Nov and Dec
|Mar to June|
|July to Sept|
|Breakfast 16 per person per day Lunch or Dinner 29 per person per day|
Rates are per day, per room, for 1 or 2 persons and include tax
General terms and conditions
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|Golden Days||10% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged 55 years or more|
|Young Persons||15% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged between 18 and 30 years old|
|5 Night Card||Discounted rates for 5 nights in a standard room inc. breakfast|
|2 Night Special||15% discount on accommodation and 20% discount on half board for 2 nights stays in the same Parador|
Sierra Cazorla, s/n
23470 Cazorla, Jaen
Latitude: 37° 54' 11.6994" N (37.90324395917365)
Longitude: 2° 57' 41.904" W (-2.9622530937194824)
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|Comment posted by Ben & Jenny Makepeace|
|We stayed in the Parador Cazorla for 5 nights in early April 2015 for our 20th wedding anniversary. This really is a secluded paradise in a beautiful location, and quite some distance from "civilisation" (precisely what we wanted, but visitors should be aware that the nearest town is a good 20 minute drive away). The staff were very helpful and courteous, and the restaurant was truly excellent (we had a different dish every night, and were never disappointed). Picnic supplies could be provided on request for lunch whilst out walking, and these were exceptional too and very good value. The little museum on site is well worth a look. The only downsides were that it could sometimes be noisy in the Parador due to the lack of soft furnishings and the wooden floors, with sound travelling a long way down the corridors from the reception. The grounds looked a little unkempt (presumably because it was the beginning of the season), but we did see wild boar and deer up close while walking around the hotel on our first evening! For wildlife lovers, the national park is one of the most pristine locations in Western Europe.|
|Comment posted by Hubertus Lamberts|
|May 13 - 14 - 15 - 2015 After a warm welcome a nice room with a nice view was our stay for 3 nights. A very helpful receptionist enabled us to vistit the Alhambra in Granada on Monday May 18. Every day the dinners tastes were a pleasant experience with a friendly service. Among the Paradores we visited throughout Spain this one is special in getting there across the nature for 45 minutes and 132 curves from Cazorla city. Our experience is told to other travelers who like Spain.|
|Comment posted by Neil and Christine Parkin|
|This was our first visit to a Parador and we had travelled a long way from Valencia to arrive. The hotel is a good distance from the nearest town and its seclusion is the attraction. The surroundings are beautiful with good views from the room and with good walking. We went on a 4-wheel drive tour for a half day which was lovely and interesting. The staff were helpful and professional, with good English. The room was clean and pleasant and the restaurant and food was excellent. The other facilities were poor, and there was only a simple terrace and a bar inside. There was only a short walk near the hotel and the grounds were not yet ready for the Summer season. Information about short walks near the hotel before Dinner would be welcome to visitors. We felt that there was very little to do in and near to the hotel. The pool was still empty, although the weather was hot.|
|Comment posted by Odd Eide-Fredriksen|
|My wife and I use to visit Paradores through out Spain, and we always find this to be nice, spectacular, very good service, exelent food - and a happening with good memories. Paradore Cazorla is among the best, - because we also enjoyed the nature and walkingpaths.|
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Luxury Andalusia country house hotel, the Parador of Cazorla is in a National Park.