Parador Ciudad Rodrigo
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Rising up on the fertile plain of the river Agueda this Parador has an ivy covered keep which is an unsurpassable lookout over the Campo Charro.
A beautiful Parador near to the centre of Ciudad Rodrigo, an old town with many interesting buildings..
The dining room decor features the stone arches of the construction. There is a gluten free menu as well as the regional food of the Salamanca in which the chef specialises.
In Ciudad Rodrigo visit the cathedral, the Main Square, and the churches
of San Agustin, San Pedro, San Andres, de la Orden Tercera.
Enjoy the Carnivals of Toro and the Charrada Festival, on Resurrection Saturday or Sunday during Easter.
Go to the Salamanca countryside and the valley of the Agueda river. There you will find a unique environment where you can explore by horse, foot or on a mountain bike.
The Ciudad Rodrigo Parador has twenty one twin bedded rooms, eleven rooms with double beds, two suites and one easy access bedroom.
All the rooms have private bathrooms. Also all rooms have a telephone, television, TV canal plus, safe, air conditioning and mini bar.
There is heating, air conditioning, parking facilities (without security and limited places), garden with children's play area, currency exchange, satellite television, restaurant and bar. Some rooms are specially equipped for the disabled.
The Parador Ciudad Rodrigo has no swimming pool but the river has some lovely bathing areas.
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Parador Ciudad Rodrigo
Pza. Castillo, 1
37500 Ciudad Rodrigo, Salamanca
Latitude: 40° 35' 46.536" N (40.59640710726646)
Longitude: 6° 32' 8.0514" W (-6.5363287925720215)
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|Comment posted by Jim Dalziel|
|Stayed on 26th March 15. Once I had entered correct address in Sat Nav we found the Parador with little difficulty. Despite arriving late (10.15 pm) staff were really helpful and an excellent meal was provided. The junior suite provided was quite spectacular with its domed ceiling, only problem was its location at the end of a long corridor when my wife has mobility problems, which we had mentioned when booking, but we were too tired to ask for a change. Breakfast was very good and service was again friendly and helpful.. The building is very impressive and I would certainly recommend a visit and stay to others. Access and parking are both good for travellers and the location is ideal as it is half way between Bilbao and the Algarve. History lovers will love it.|
|Comment posted by John Henry Beyer|
|After staying at five pousadas in Portugal, Ciudad Rodrigo was our first Spanish paradore on our way from Porto to Madrid. It was hard to find, so we parked and walked through the picturesque town, following the occasional paradore signs. And when we did locate the paradore, we were spellbound: a fabulous castle, great lobby with suits of armor, ramparts to walk, and an elegant dining room. The 5-Night Card rate was not available so we had to pay a supplement, but we ended up in room 113, a circular turret room with vestibule – Wow! Staff at the front desk were friendly and helpful; breakfast was great; dinner good. Plaza Mayor was a great place to have a drink in the early evening when the Spanish come out after siesta.|
|Comment posted by Alain Stevenart|
|Première étape de la "Ruta de la Plata". Après avoir tourné quelque peu on découvre l'hôtel qui est vraiment superbe. L'intérieur n'est pas décevant tant au point de vue décor que confort. Le personnel est est sympathique et le petit déjeuner copieux. On repart demain !|
|Comment posted by Sheryll Ziemer|
|My husband and I felt very lucky to have discovered the Parador Ciudad Rodrigo. This was our first time to Spain and our first Parador. We loved this place and asked for a second night as soon as we arrived. The reception was friendly, and got us booked for another night. We found the food to be great and enjoyed a special sampler one evening that was excellent. We were happy with our stay. The room was in a good warm area of the castle and very comfortable. Overall we loved the Parador and the town a lot. We look forward to going back some day.|
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Parador de Ciudad Rodrigo is a luxury hotel in a fourteenth century ivy covered castle.