- free wifi, restaurant, parking lot
- Hotel Type: 4 star, Castle, Historic, Parador
- Hotel size (number of rooms): 81
- Check-in: 14:00 | Check-out: 07:00 - 12:00
- Spoken languages in the hotel: French, Spanish, English
Pets are not allowed at the Parador de Sigüenza
wireless LAN in lobby
wireless LAN in rooms
Castile La Mancha, Spain Map
In the old town of the resort Sigüenza in central Spain you will find an original Castilian fort. The wonderful castle with impressive watch towers, genuine knight’s halls and a small romantic chapel is situated only an hour’s drive from Madrid. The medieval fortress dating back to the 12th century today houses the luxurious, elegant Parador de Sigüenza. This historic 4 star hotel doesn’t just have regal suites and halls, but also a sauna, a modern fitness studio and an excellent restaurant. Castle romance in Spain The castle hotel Parador de Sigüenza in the Spanish province of Guardalajara near Madrid offers the possibility of staying in a real, historic fort and experiencing Medieval castle romance. The large, festive vaulted halls, which serve as dining rooms for the hotel restaurant and celebratory events, have a lofty atmosphere with their chandeliers, robust stone walls, strong columns and grand antique furniture. Old knights’ armor and the plastered courtyard with water fountain and labyrinth of lawns all play their part. From both the watch towers of this historic hotel in Spain there are wonderful views over the Parador de Sigüenza itself, the surrounding garden and old town. In the morning you can enjoy breakfast in the saloon or on the terrace of this castle hotel. The Castilian Parador spoils its guests with a refined menu. Regional specialties from Castilian-La Mancha, such as dried cod or game, ensure unforgettable gourmet moments on your Spain vacation.
There’s lots to discover at the fortress of Sigüenza, such as the small chapel dating back to the 13th century, for instance. After a day out full of new discoveries you can enjoy peaceful moments and spiritual energy in the small chapel room.