Housed in a Dominican convent dating back to the 16th-century this magnificent, 5-star hotel is right in the centre of Salamanca. The Plaza Mayor, Cathedrals, Old & New and all the other main sights are a short walk from the door.

The lobby, the library, the bar and some of the more select rooms are located in the original 16th century building, with thick walls, stone arches and a distinctive, Plateresque-style, golden sandstone facade typical of Salamanca's monumental Old-town.

The rest of the rooms are located in a four storey building with magnificent views over the rooftops to the cathedrals and cloisters; the same views enjoyed by the summer terrace, where you can disconnect from everything while having a drink amongst centenary olive trees, relaxing by the pool or dining in style in the summer gazebo.

A stylish bar and library area on a lower level of the main building gives onto the terrace and courtyard whilst the restaurant, the wine cellar and the breakfast room are located in the former refectory of the Dominican Convent, in an impressive, atmospheric wine cellar.


51 rooms and suites all decorated to a very high standard,  with thick stone walls, wooden floors and sumptuous bedding, bringing out the features of the convent building.

All rooms have views of the Cathedrals, the Patio de los Olivos or the Romanesque cloister of the San Esteban Convent.

Standard room: with a double bed or two beds, minibar, flat screen TV, reading lamp, four pillows and bathroom with bathtub and hair dryer, magnifying mirror.

Superior room: with a living area with television and stereo, minibar, double or twin bed and bathroom with bathtub, hairdryer and magnifying mirror.

Suite: with separate living room with television and stereo, bedroom with king-size, queen-size or twin beds, minibar and television, and bathroom with separate bathtub and shower, bathrobe, hairdryer and magnifying mirror .

Hotel Features

Fantastic location in Salamanca old-town
Outdoor pool with bar (seasonal)
Free Business Centre: private office with computer, printer and internet connection
Free gym with equipment and Turkish bath. Hours: from 08:00 to 21:00
A la carte massage service.
Guarded covered and outdoor parking (extra charge) – not bookable in advance
Cafeteria Bar from 08:00 to 23:00 (weekends until 24:00)
Outdoor summer terrace in the Patio de los Olivos with views of the Cathedrals
Charging point for electric cars
Computer and printer for guests' use


The restaurant, the wine cellar and the breakfast room are located in the former refectory of the Dominican Convent, under an impressive, atmospheric wine cellarThe restaurant serves Castilian cuisine using traditional ingredients of Salamanca with a modern twist.There are many restaurants and bars within a short walk of the hotel. 

Hotel Facilities

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

Sports and Wellbeing

Swimming Pool (outdoor, seasonal)

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Fridge / Minibar
Coffee maker
Tea/Coffee making facilities
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
Poolside bar, for clients only serving drinks and light snacks


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


On-site parking (extra charge)
Public parking nearby (pay locally)
Electric vehicle charging station


No pets allowed
Pets allowed by prior arrangement - please consult
Salamanca, Casa de las Conchas

Salamanca, Madrid and Inland Spain

Few cities in Spain can boast such a combination of historic importance, architectural beauty and cosmopolitan nature. Its Old Town was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1988 and its University, founded in 1134, is the first university of Spain and fourth of the western world. Take a stroll at night to see the city at its best, when all the monuments and palaces are lit up.

The imposing Plaza Mayor, of baroque style, is often considered to be the most beautiful in Spain and is the heart of the city.

  • Not far south of the city, the Sierra de Francia Mountains are of spectacular beauty. In this region we can find places like Guijuelo, which produces some of the best hams and cured meats in the world.
  • Cathedral and cathedral towers
  • University and Museum – Oldest in Spain
  • Casa Lis, Art Nouveau and Art Déco Museum
  • Casa de las Conchas – 16th century palace
  • Ciudad Rodrigo, walled Spanish Monument City since 1944 – in Sierra de Francia
  • La Alberca – Spanish Heritage town – in Sierra de Francia
  • Guijuelo – Superb cured meats in Sierra de Francia