The Guadalupe Parador uses the buildings of the former Hospital of St. John the Baptist, a historical 15th century building.
The comfortable, friendly Parador has whitewashed arches adorned with
vegetation and many of the ceilings are rough-hewn timber.
A courtyard with citrus trees surrounds the Parador and there are also views across the patio to the garden and the secluded swimming pool. There is also a tennis court in the garden.
The simple but delicious local cooking is served in the restaurant. There is also a special menu for those on a glutin free diet.
In Guadalupe a visit should be made to the museums of fabrics and miniatures and also the San Jeronimo Chapel.
Trujillo deserves a visit and las Villuercas makes an interesting excursion..
The Feast of Virgen de Guadalupe is held every 8th of September. The
”Romeria” (pilgrimage) to Mirabel is on May 3 and the ”Hispanidad” (Columbus
Day), on October 12.
The Monfrague National Park is an ideal environment for walking, cycling, riding and fishing.
The Parador of Guadalupe has twenty six twin bedded rooms, fourteen rooms with a double bed, one single room and one suite, all of which have a private bathroom.
Every guest room has a telephone, satellite television, safe and a mini
The Parador will be closed from 7 January to 16 February 2014 (inclusive).
|All Promotions Offered - Best Available Rates|
Rates in Euros
|Standard||Double w/ terrace||Double w/ Hydromassage/canopy|
|Jan and Feb|
Nov and Dec
|March to October||151||166||181|
|Breakfast 16 per person per day Lunch or Dinner 33 per person per day|
Rates are per day, per room, for 1 or 2 persons and include tax
General terms and conditions
|PROMOTION||OVERVIEW (For more detailed information use the links below)|
|Golden Days||Up to 10% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged 55 years or more|
|Young Persons||Up to 10% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged 30 years or less|
|5 Night Card||Discounted rates for 5 nights in a standard room inc. breakfast|
|2 Night Special||Up to 15% discount on accommodation and 20% discount on half board for 2 nights stays in the same Parador|
|Reopening offer||Reopening offer, rooms at 65 euros per night from the reopening date until 31 May 2014|
C/ Marques de la Romana, 12
10140 Guadalupe, Caceres
Latitude: 39° 27' 10.0074" N (39.45264750517381)
Longitude: 5° 19' 35.5434" W (-5.3267598152160644)
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|Information on Guadalupe|
|Paradors front page||FAQ's|
|Comment posted by a staniforth|
|I stayed here on a stop over from Leon to Faro. It was just fabulous. The setting is amazing, the mountains, the flowers, the wide vistas, the birds, the sky. The journey itself was enough to make you feel poetical. The village is a real gem, and was thronging with people when I arrived because there was a major festival on. The parador itself was easy to find, (with a sat nav), parking was good, the room was fabulous, I really was impressed. Reception staff couldn't have been more friendly, and didn't mind as I stumbled through some O level Spanish as practice. Restaurant food was very good, great choices, nice wines. I would strongly recommend it - and have done so.|
|Comment posted by V.BARLEV|
|We have been to Spain many times and most of the time we stayed in Paradors. It is a great idea and very nice system. We stayed at the Parador at Guadalupe last October. It is a beautiful place and the location is great. The only problem was dinner due to few guests at the Parador. Nevertheless we highly recommend it.|
|Comment posted by Rainer & Ann|
|We just love the Paradores, and Guadalupe was no exception. The room was excellent, the staff friendly the view from the balcony the old monastery and the mountains in the background just out of this world. Dinner and breakfast was excellent and the town very pleasant. It is a bit far from Australia but we will be back one day for sure|
|Comment posted by Gerrit Louwaars|
|We visited Guadalupe Parador as part of a trip through Spain down memory lane after 32 years, when we lived in Madrid. We enjoyed every part of it, particularly the various Paradores. Not all of them are well suited for guests like me arriving in wheelchair, but we always had adapted bathrooms. Breakfast and diningrooms were not always easy to reach by wheelchair. In Guadalupe Parador we were provided with a table for breakfast in the orchard, a marvelous setting. This was after I had an experience of falling backwards while exiting the lift. The ambulance arrived within minutes, fortunately no hospital was required thanks to us having sufficient medical knowledge "onboard". We look back to our visit to Guadalupe and the other Paradores and Spain as a whole with great joy.|
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Parador hotel of Guadalupe in in a converted sixteenth century building.