Parador Hotel Cuenca
The Parador of Cuenca is in former convent of San Pablo overlooking the Hoz del Huecar gorge which has sheer walls and luxuriant vegetation.
Nearby are the famous "Casas Colgadas" (Hanging Houses) and the Museum
of Spanish Abstract Art.
The interior decor combines the traditional elements with more contemporary features such as wicker and leather upholstery.
The welcoming bedrooms are comfortable and some have splendid views of the gorge and the "Casas Colgadas".
There are thirty nine twin bedded rooms, twenty two rooms with double beds
and two suites all with private bathrooms.
In the rooms there is a telephone, satellite television, safe and a mini bar.
Parador Cuenca is air conditioned and has a gymnasium, sauna, seasonal swimming pool
and a tennis court.
Spicy seasonal dishes make up the basis for the traditional cooking
of Cuenca in which the restaurant specialises. Recommended are :
"Morteruelo" which is game shot in season;
The Easter celebrations at Cuenca are internationally renowned and a
visit at this time should be made if possible.
The local festival is held in August in honour of the patron saint, San Julian.
The Natural Park of the Cuervo river, the Palancares, and the Devil's Window are all beautiful places to visit.
These have many sporting activities including riding, caving, climbing; hang gliding and canoeing.
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Rates in Euros
|Standard||Superior||Double w/ living room||Suite|
|Jan and Feb|
Nov and Dec
|March to October||176||202||308||352|
|Breakfast 18 per person per day Lunch or Dinner 34 per person per day|
|PROMOTIONS IN STANDARD ROOMS * (Subject to availability)|
|2013 Rates in Euros||Golden Days||Young Persons||5 Night Card||2 Night Special|
|Jan and Feb|
Nov and Dec
|139.30||139.30||108.00||202.50 per night|
|March to October||148.40||148.40||108.00||211.60 per night|
Rates are per day for 2 persons sharing a double room and include tax
*Supplement and restrictions may apply - General terms and conditions
|PROMOTION||OVERVIEW (For more detailed information use the links below)|
|Golden Days||30% discount for guests 55 years or over in a standard room with breakfast|
|Young Persons||Discounted rates for guests from 18 to 35 years old in a standard room with breakfast|
|5 Night Card||Discounted rates for 5 nights in a standard room exc. breakfast|
|2 Night Special||20% discount for 2 consecutive nights or more with half board|
Subida a San Pablo, s/n
Latitude: 40° 4' 43.2552" N (40.079155054428135)
Longitude: 2° 7' 35.2092" W (-2.126455307006836)
|Information on Cuenca|
|Paradors front page||FAQ's|
|Comment posted by Marie Cable|
|A two-night stay in August 2013 was just fantastic. The room was very well-appointed whilst the cloisters restaurant was just stunning, open to the skies as darkness fell. So atmospheric! I felt very privileged to stay in such a beautiful parador in an amazing setting, perched across the footbridge from the old town and looking across to the historic, beautiful hanging houses (colgadas). I shall certainly return to this wonderful place and stay at the parador again in order to be able to tour the surrounding countryside.|
|Comment posted by Dave Peakall|
|We thouroughly enjoyed our stay at Cuenca. The staff were very helpful on reception, even though they had a major that afternoon. The room was very comfortable. We ate in the beautiful restaurant the food was delicious although the service was patchy because of the function. All in all a delightful place to stay and visit|
|Comment posted by J & C Rowsell|
|We stayed here in May with friends and our visit was a highlight of our trip to Spain. Cuenca is a spectacular town and the parador was the perfect place to enhance the magic of the place. The public rooms are amazing, our bedrooms were beautiful with lovely soft furnishings, and spotlessly clean. The food was not as good as I had hoped, but there was a wedding the day of our stay, so this may have been the cause. The only real concern was the 'parking attendant' who fleeced us of 20 euro after 'helping' us to park . (N.B. parking IS a bit of a problem.) Apparently he is a gypsy who cons tourists, so beware.|
|Comment posted by Peter Rawie|
|We loved the hotel very much. A nice setting and a -quite simple- but good room. The staff was not very interested in the guests needs. At the gate we were directed to the garage. Which made it necessary to carry our luggage down the road and some steps. This while there was plenty of space in front of he hotel to park the car for a few minutes and unload the luggage. The restaurant was terrible, both the staff as the food. Starting with a glass of Cava that was almost not sparking anymore as it was yesterday bottle. The lamb we had was tastless and must have been simmered for hours and hours. The salad was just salad. You do not need a cook for such food.The restauranmt staff spoke almost no English or French or German, anyway less English then we spoke Spanish and we did not study that language at all. The experience in Cuenca made us decide not to have meals in the other paradores that we were going to visit. Maybe we missed some goof food as result thereof but we could not take the chance of a other disaster as in the Cuenca restaurant.|
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Parador de Cuenca is a hotel in a sixteenth century convent above the gorge and the town.