Just off the main square in Trujillo this 16th century palace has been converted into a modern and comfortable hotel whilst keeping its historic charm.

The location is unbeatable, some rooms having views to the castle, others to the historic square or across the rooftops. In the summer the pool area is a refreshing oasis and enjoys excellent rooftop views.

The helpful & friendly staff will make sure you get the most out of your stay in Trujillo.


Fifty double / twin rooms. 
All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, heating and air-conditioning, free Wi-fi Internet access, safety deposit box, TV  and telephone.
The hotel has rooms with facilities for disabled guests

Hotel Features

Rooftop pool (summer months) and sun terrace with views.
24-hour reception.
Disabled facilities.
Parking (optional – local charge). There are usually parking spaces nearby.


The hotel's stylish restaurant serves a copious breakfast buffet every day, with regional specialties such as sausages and cheeses, and a selection of fruit, cereal, pastries, salads, juices, yogurts, toast, tea and coffee.
Lobby bar open all day.
Plenty of bars & restaurants in the main square, a very short walk.

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
WiFi all areas
No smoking in hotel
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Sports and Wellbeing

Swimming pool (indoor)

Room facilities (all rooms)

Air conditioning
Safe deposit box


Breakfast only


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


On-site parking (free)

Trujillo, Madrid and Inland Spain

Famous for its imposing castle which dates to the 13th century (some Moorish parts to the 9th century) Trujillo, birthplace to Francisco Pizarro, conqueror of the Incas, is a key stop on the Ruta de los Conquistadores. The Plaza mayor is truly magnificent with its statue of Pizarro, mansion houses and the church of san Martin which jointly have been declared an Asset of National Interest.
Guadalupe, Caceres and Mérida are within easy reach and Trujillo is well placed to visit the Monfrague Nature Park, a must-see for birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.

  • Ruta de los Conquistadores – Pizarro, Cortés the conquerors of Latin America.
  • Castillo de Trujillo – 13th century castle built on the remains of a 9th century Moorish fortress
  • Plaza Mayor – one of Spain's most beautiful historic squares with Pizarro's statue presiding
  • Take a trip to Guadalupe, pilgrimage site with its enormous monstery, Cathedral and Zurbaran paintings
  • Visit Caceres, Spain's first listed heritage city
  • Roman Mérida – capital of Lusitania, the Empire's westernmost province. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Monfrague Nature Park – vast holm and cork oak forests teeming with bird life – kites, vultures and black storks.
  • Local up & coming wineries – Bodegas Habla, just 25 minutes south of Trujillo is a favourite.