Parador De Trujillo39.461372, -5.878142
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Luxury Hotels in Spain
Parador De Trujillo is located 300 meters away from Plaza Mayor in the middle of Trujillo and offers rooms with panoramic views. This Renaissance building was refurbished in 2005.
This quiet property is 5 minutes' walk to Plaza Mayor Trujillo. The center of Trujillo is 1 km away from the venue.
Welcoming guests with an outdoor swimming pool, a courtyard and a picnic area, the hotel is placed next to golf courses and restaurants.
Elegant guestrooms are outfitted in fantastic décor. Guests will enjoy a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer provided in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
Residents can have breakfast in the bar. A spacious on-site restaurant serves dishes of international cuisine. Cool drinks are offered in the open-air bar. Offering various dining options, Meson La Troya and Parador de Turismo de Trujillo are about 5-minute walk away.
The hotel offers a buffet breakfast at the price of EUR 15 per person per night.
Guests can take advantage of a designated place for smoking, an elevator and a souvenir shop.
The youngest guests are offered cribs and meals. Such sports activities as horse riding and hiking are provided on-site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site at EUR 8 per day.
Number of rooms: 50.
EUR 8 per day
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor dining area
A la carte restaurant
Picnic area/ Tables
Seasonal outdoor pool
Sports & Fitness
- Horseback riding
- Golf course
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Self-service laundry
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- Newspaper service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Full board
- Continental breakfast
- A la carte restaurant
- Snack bar
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Outdoor dining area
- Picnic area/ Tables
- Special diet menus
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Children's menu
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- City view
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- VIP room facilities
- In-room safe
- Living room
- In-room desk
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Lighted makeup mirror
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Direct dial telephone
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 1 Single bed
In the Room
1 Double bed
In the Room
1 Double bed
1 Double bed
1 Single bed
1 Double bed
The location of this hotel was excellent and just a short walk from the beautiful Plaza Mayor in Trujillo, where there are plenty of restaurants and cafes for those who prefer to eat out rather than at the hotel. It is situated in a former convent and the building retains many of its original features while incorporating all the comforts of a modern hotel. It has a quiet and restful ambiance and is clean, comfortable and tidy.
A free supply of bottled water in our rooms would have been greatly appreciated and parking for vehicles is rather limited.
The hotel location is excellent and our room was set in a very attractive former cloister. Wifi was available all round the hotel. Garage parking was good if a little expensive.The friendly staff were both helpful and efficient
You will need to be up early for breakfast as by 9.15 there was little choice left
The ancient historic convent in which at least half this Parador was well renovated some years ago without losing its charm. We were in this older part for 2 nights - the likely better choice of location in our view. Our room was huge, had nice linens and enjoyed an excellent view of rooftops and steeples of the old town as well the surrounding countryside from our tiny window (no balconies here: they would destroy the historic architectural integrity and aesthetics of the building) . The hotel is well located - only about a 5-minute walk to the town's main square. There was plenty of free parking nearby. The outdoor pool area looked attractive from a distance (through the locked door which prevented any access, this being perceived by management as the off season, although day temperatures averaged at least 25c).
The air conditioning/exchange system was still in winter mode, that is, it was totally inoperative, even though the outside temperatures reached 29c one day in late March. This meant you had to leave the room's window open at night to attempt to sleep comfortably while enduring the local dogs barking, etc. In addition, the bathroom had heat belching out from a hot-water radiator 24 hours a day - it could not be turned off. Therefore you had your own quasi-sauna while in the bathroom, the door of which you had to keep closed at all times to prevent heating the bedroom. While the bedroom was tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished, it showed age and the walls really needed to be repainted as they were visibly scuffed from guests' heavy use; in one area the paint had disappeared altogether, exposing raw plaster. The room had not been attentively cleaned: visible dust in a few places and some guest's hairs on bedside table. Bar/cafeteria was badly understaffed: could find no one there for 5 minutes+ on one occasion and gave up. Outstanding courtyard patio was a great place for a refreshment, if you could find a waiter indoors and figure out where they hid the cushions for the otherwise unusable chairs.
We think the food was much better than Michelin Starred restaurant of Granada. We enjoyed the food and the service. The interior design is lovely, the lighting is aesthetic. We liked it very much.
Perfect situation, easy to find and to walk into the old town. Comfortable room with good facilities. Excellent restaurant and breakfats room.
The location and situation were very central and an excellent standard. The Parador is situated in an historic building which we try to book always. We have visited Cuenca, Caceres, Merida, Zamora, Santillana all of which were of the same excellent standard.
I was disappointed with my particular choice of menu in the restaurant. I cannot comment on other items on the menu although in general terms, I would not stay at a Parador based on the restaurant.
Excellent hotel and so convenient for seeing this beautiful town. We didn't sample the restaurant but the breakfast served in the old chapel was top class.
Lovely converted monastery with beautiful internal courtyard, although some rooms were in a more modern wing. Rooms in original building were nicely decorated and good size. Pleasant little pool area (not as big as appears to be in photo though).
Felt like you were on the outskirts of town, as the Parador is not very close to the Plaza Mayor. The manager at the front desk refused to print a prepaid bus ticket for us and directed us to the internet café in town (10 minutes walk away). Other hotels of this standard (including Paradores) would provide this kind of service for guests without question.
We have stayed in many Paradors and we found this to be very disappointing as far the interior decoration; the rooms were very ordinary. I would not recommend it to any of my friends to stay in this particular parador.
This is a haotel that oozes class as one would expect from a Parador. The breakfast room in the old covent is sensational and the courtyard is a lovely relaxing place for a drink or a snack. Our room was located around the old cloister area with big comfortable beds and a beautifully fitted bathroom. The pool area is nicely designed but not particularly big it is busy as it was during our stay. Trujillo itself has a wonderful plaza mayor with some great restaurants. However possibly the most impressive aspect was that, without any intervention from me, the hotel cancelled our bar bill (which was not inconsiderable) because the Air Con was not working correctly.
Dismal dining room but breakfast in an old converted church!!!
Location, historical building with all modern comforts but not compromising the ambience.
historic building and beautfully restored with in a wonderful village
Good location in building with character Reception staff very helpful
Expensive!! Restaurant was like a morgue, with staff to match
Very good view from the bedroom; relaxed atmosphere; proximity to old town.