Parador Santo Estevo (Luintra)
Hotel Monasterio de San Estevo
Parador of Santo Estevo is a converted Benedictine Monastery in Nogueira de Ramuin near Ourense.
This monastery is first mentioned in documents of the 10th. century but it is believed to have been founded in the 6th. or 7th.century.
The building was declared a monument of historical and artistic significance in 1923.
The building has three cloisters and three different architectural styles, Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance.
The facade is 18th.century and the staircase is of architectural interest.
Parador Santo Estevo has a total of seventy five bedrooms along the three cloisters. There are fifty twin bedded rooms, twenty five with double beds, one single room and one suite.
All the rooms are different with some having magnificent views over the River Sil.
The Santo Estevo Parador has a restaurant with a patio and there is a bar in the Porteria cloister. Other facilities include air conditioning, central heating, currency exchange, free internet access in communal areas, garage and facilities for the disabled.
There is a banquet room and a meeting room with the gardens having a large variety of local plants.
The Parador restaurant serves both international and local dishes. There is also a gluten free menu.
The chef is proud of the wide selection of recipes based on fish from the River Sil and other traditional dishes of the region.
The town of Ourense, 28 kilometres away, is the birthplace of the singer Julio Iglesias and also of the family of Fidel Castro.
The old quarters are very interesting with lively squares near the cathedral and three hot springs near Plaza Mayor.
The Galicia region is at the western end of Europe and was once considered by the Greeks to be the edge of the world.
Galicia was inhabited by the Celts who first arrived in the region 1000 years B.C..
The discovery the tomb of the apostle St. James was made in the area and his remains are now in the cathedral at Santiago de Compostela.
The region became one of the most important pilgrimage centres of the Christian church in the Middle Ages and still is the detonation for thousands of visitors each year.
The Parador will be closed from 1 December 2013 to 28 February 2014 and 1 to 31 December 2014 (inclusive). Nearest Parador hotel in the area are Monforte de Lemos
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|Basic room||Standard||Superior||Double w/ living room|
|Jan and Feb|
Nov and Dec
|Mar to June|
|July to Sept|
|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|
|Mar to June
|148.40||148.40||108.00||211.60 per night|
|Easter July to Sept||156.80||156.80||108.00||220.00 per night|
Rates are per day for 2 persons sharing a double room and include tax
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|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|
Parador Santo Estevo
Monasterio de Santo Estevo
32162 Nogueira de Ramuin, Ourense
Latitude: 42° 25' 1.2108" N (42.4171678783056)
Longitude: 7° 41' 9.4842" W (-7.6859450340271)
|Information on Nogueira de Ramuin|
|Monforte de Lemos||33||North-east|
|Santiago de Compostela||115||North-west|
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|Comment posted by Hugo Vieira|
|Great Parador. Great location!|
|Comment posted by Roberto Facchinetti|
|We stayed only a night. Amazing and peaceful place, architecture fine, wonderful renovation, good room, good services. In the next trip to Spain we should like to stay more days.|
|Comment posted by MalcoLm Bartle|
|Very difficult to find this parador with appalling lack of road signing. Tomtom unsure of its location. Very remote setting and uninspiringly little to do or see in the area. Did not enjoy stay compared with other paradores. Front desk staff particularly helpful. NO wifi at all and no hard wired connection available either. Found the building depressing and signs of neglected and poor management in the general state of the surroundings. Evening meal was bad and expensive. Not worth the frustration and effort of finding the place. The positioning of the ancient gravetard right by the main entrance set the tone . Dull and depressing. Would not recommend this parador.|
|Comment posted by Sandy Davies|
|An excellent parador with extremely helpful and friendly staff! We had a lot of fun finding it, up the very narrow twisting mountain road which we're told lots of guests do, then finding that there's even a town on top of the mountain! Absolutely stunning setting, and a wonderful history to discover once you're there. I wish we were staying longer than one night. The restaurant was lovely, very romantic to sit out on the terrace, but you need to be careful what you choose to eat. Having said that, there isn't much to fault this lovely parador. It's a shame the spa is so expensive and costs per couple. I really wanted to use it but it was not being used by anyone at that time and staff were happy to show us around but I felt it was a bit of an inconvenience.|
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Parador de Santo Estevo de Rivas de Sil is located in a converted Benedictine Monastery.