Hotel Castillo de La Zuda
The Parador of Tortosa is in the upper part of town which is in the middle of the fertile Catalonia plain of Ebro. This area has fine buildings placed
in the natural recesses which surround the castle.
Abderraman III built this fortification in the tenth century. Inside there is La Zuda (the well) next to four splendid large Catalan Gothic windows.
The decoration of the interior features Christian and royal features which is combined with Arabic motifs on the walls.
There is classical style furniture and wooden beams whilst the dining room has impressive large Gothic windows.
There is a special menu in the Parador restaurant for those on a gluten free diet. Besides the international dishes on the main menu, there are specialised regional dishes. Try.
While in Tortosa visit the cathedral, the Archives-Museum, the Jewish neighbourhood and the outdoors Sculpture Museum of the artist Santiago de Santiago.
Take a trip by car to see he harbours of Beceite and Tortosa, the route of the Three Kings and the village of Alcaniz.
There are three main celebrations in Tortosa during the year. The Spring Festival is held the end of April, the Feast of Nuestra Senora de la Cinta is in September and the Music Festival is held every October.
Riding horses, jeep safaris, mountain biking, playing golf, flying microlight aircraft, boat trips on the river and swimming are the activities suggested by the management.
You may like to visit the delta of the Ebro river, or go to the Port Aventura amusement park which is a magical place for children and adults alike.
The bedrooms have a telephone, satellite television, TV canal plus, mini bar and safe.
The Tortosa Parador has air conditioning and central heating, currency exchange, lift, parking facilities (without security and limited places), piped music, satellite television and garden. There is a seasonal swimming pool, a restaurant and bar. Facilities are available for business meetings.
The walk up from the town is long and arduous for those past the first flush of youth. Also there are stairs to be climbed from the entrance of the Parador to the lift.
The Parador Tortosa has an unheated outside swimming pool which is open during the summer months.
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Rates in Euros
|Standard||Double w/ Canopy bed||Double w/ Hydromassage||Room w/ four poster bed and Hydromassage|
|Jan and Feb|
Nov and Dec
|March to October||145||182||182||218|
|Breakfast 16 per person per day Lunch or Dinner 33 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
|116.20||116.20||108.00||177.10 per night|
|March to October||123.90||123.90||108.00||184.80 per night|
Rates are per day for 2 persons sharing a double room and include general taxes**
**Catalonia Region imposes an extra tax of 1 Euro pppn, upto a maximum of 7 nights, for those over 16 years
*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|
Castillo de la Zuda, s/n 43500 Tortosa, Tarragona
Latitude: 40░ 48' 55.332" N (40.81523833271032)
Longitude: 0░ 31' 23.3394" E (0.5234706401824951)
|Information on Tortosa|
|Paradors front page||FAQ's|
|Comment posted by Berthie and Marcel de CaluwÚ|
|we had a lovely stay at the Paradores de Tortosa. Friendly staff, nice clean rooms and, with that, a very nice atmosphere. The only thing was that staff in the restaurant did not like to speak another language than Spanish, this is a pitty !|
|Comment posted by kristina anderson|
|Lovely place to stay at. Room and hospitality were absolutely great. Breakfast and dinner was very good. Very beautiful view over the town with a lot of photos to bring home and show friends. Unfortunately a little bit hard to find the way up. I bought some bottles of olive oil, but when I came home I noticed that they had already expired, which made me very sad.|
|Comment posted by Christa|
|We had a lovely time at the Parador in Tortosa. Rooms were very clean and generous for space. Breakfast was delicious. Stunning view of the city. Only downfall was that someone siphoned our gas from the parking lot during the night. Only realizing this when we were on the road again. Thankfully they only took 1/4 tank! Perhaps more security in the lot overnight should be considered. We'll be back - with a locked tank.|
|Comment posted by David E Wilkins|
|Once again the Parador organisation has taken an old ruined castle and made a stunning hotel out of it. Well positioned with extensive views all round. BUT, if you are unsteady on your feet, like my wife, or have to use a wheelchair you will have difficulty getting around this hotel. Stairs up into reception, steps up to the lifts, steps to the dining and breakfast rooms. Also huge steps to the lovely swimming pool. Our room with balcony had great views across the town and the river Ebro. Meals were as standard to all Paradors and we have stayed in many (perhaps more variety is in order), there are plenty of restaurants in the town below. The Ebro delta national park is a delight, well worth exploring as are the mountains seen in the distance. A very interesting place to stay.|
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Parador de Tortosa is a four star hotel in a converted tenth century castle.