Housed in a 14th century palace, the Parador de Cáceres is located in the heart of the city's old quarter, declared a World Heritage Site. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the main Square, monuments, palaces, house-fortresses, churches as well as shopping streets and bars and restaurants.

The elegance of this Renaissance palace is combined with stylish but sober touches which create a relaxed atmosphere. All rooms – 39 spacious rooms in total – are ensuite and have been decorated with stone walls, high wooden ceilings, traditional tiled floors and natural fabrics of neutral tones.

There is a nice restaurant with large windows opening into a peaceful and attractive garden which is perfect for a drink, a quiet reading or a romantic dinner.


39 rooms – two with separate sitting area, one junior suite and family rooms with sofa bed.
There is an adapted room for disabled use on the ground floor and there are also lifts.

Hotel Features

Central location in historic building
Garden and terrace
Parking (limited spaces – 20€ / night payable locally). Underground parking available nearby


Extensive buffet breakfast served daily until 11am.
There is also a cafe in a covered courtyard offering drinks and snacks all day.
The restaurant serves Extremaduran specialities as well as Spanish dishes. It has large windows with views to an ample garden with tables where lunch and evening meals are served.

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
WiFi all areas
Shared Lounge / TV Area
No smoking in hotel
Luggage storage
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Fridge / Minibar
Walk-in shower
Shower over bathtub
Safe deposit box


Restaurant, open to the public
Bars / restaurants within walking distance of the hotel
Bar with terrace, open to the public, serving drinks and light snacks


Facilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Room(s) adapted for guests with reduced mobility


Garage parking (extra charge)
On-street parking
Public parking nearby (pay locally)

Cáceres, Madrid and Inland Spain

Known as the city of storks, is a living museum of the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, founded by the Romans, destroyed by Vandals and rebuilt by the Arabs. Its large, stone paved Plaza Mayor is adjoined to one side by the nearly perfectly preserved Roman-Moorish walls and towers which enclose a beautiful city of grand mansions with amazing facades, built with gold from the Americas and with romantic sounding names. Casa de Carvajal, Casa del Sol, Palacio de Toledo-Moctezuma, Palacio de los Golfines de Abajo, Casa de las Cigueñas… the completeness and fine preservation of the old town is what makes Cáceres so special. And not far away is Casar de Cáceres where the camembert-like cheese “Torta de Casar” is made.