Parador de Arcos de la Frontera - Historical palace (3*)
This charming Parador, once a palace known as Casa del Corregidor, is perched spectacularly along with the rest of the old town of Arcos de la Frontera on top of a great sandstone cliff which overlooks the fertile valley of the River Guadalete, traditionally famous for its horses. The hotel itself contains a range of architectural styles, from arcaded courtyards and a beamed dining room to modern patios and balconies.
The Parador's privileged position endows it with panoramic views across the plains and the town beneath which can be enjoyed from the hotel’s outdoor terrace whilst guests also have the option of booking a room with a balcony which is very much recommended. Tucked neatly onto the town’s main square, the Parador is well-integrated into the local community and prides itself upon the warm welcome and attentive service received by visitors.
The Parardor’s restaurant offers an atmospheric dining experience and guests can also book a table to enjoy a meal within the hotel’s intimate interior courtyard.
Parador's 'Gastrobar' concept
Extensive lunch and dinner menus are served in the 'Gastrobar', which offers a range of meal options from light snacks to 3 course dinners in an informal but well serviced environment. We hope you enjoy this new experience.