This hotel is housed in a building which was the ancestral home of the Álvarez family of Toledo, the Counts of Oropesa, and was a refuge for soldiers, monks and nobles in other times. It offers exceptional panoramic views of the Gredos mountain range and the keep backing on to the hotel is of historical value. It also features a courtyard with columns and corridors, with exceptional views of the flat lands of the Campo Arañuelo, in all, a very attractive property. Lamps, large chests and curtains dominate the interior decoration, in which guests will notice the spaciousness and brightness of the bedrooms and rooms designated for work and leisure. This historical hotel comprises a total of 48 rooms, including 2 suites and 2 junior suites. Facilities on offer to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom and lift access. There is a TV lounge, a cafe, a bar and a restaurant and guests have Internet access at their disposal. They can also take advantage of the room and laundry services and there is parking available for those arriving by car.All come with a shower/bathtub and a hairdryer and offer a king-size or double bed. They are equipped with a direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, Internet access, a safe and a minibar. Furthermore, air conditioning and centrally regulated heating units are provided in all accommodation as standard.
Located within the monumental area, right in the town centre of Oropesa, it can first be glanced from the Extremadura dual carriageway, the N-V, at km 148. The Parador is 35 km from Talavera de la Reina, 32 from Navalmoral de la Mata and 112 km from Toledo. ||