The hotel has been listed as a national monument since June 1931 and is located on a rocky outcrop on the highest hill in Illueca. Its construction during the 13th century was ordered by Juan Martínez de Luna whose son, Pedro Luna, is known to history as Benedict XIII, Pope Luna. This 3-storey hotel was renovated in 2006 and comprises a total of 26 rooms of which 2 are junior suites, 2 are suites and 2 rooms have been adapted to cater to disabled guests. Amongst the facilities at this air-conditioned historical hotel count a foyer with a reception desk, a lift, a bar, an à la carte restaurant, a lounge, a café and a breakfast. The conference and seminar centre has a capacity of 100 persons. A car park is on offer to those arriving by car.
The hotel is located close to the Monasterio de Piedra (45 minutes' drive), Calatayud (around 20 minutes' drive), the Cariñena winegrowing region (20 minutes' drive) and the shoe museum, Museo del Calzado (10 minutes' drive). The city centre and a selection of bars are to be found about 200 m away and it is 20 minutes by car to a lake and around 45 minutes to Zaragoza. Zaragoza airport is 80 km from the hotel.
The rooms each feature a bathroom with a hairdryer, a minibar, a direct dial telephone, a TV, a radio, a double or king-sized bed and a terrace. The heating and air conditioning are individually controllable. The 4 suites come with 2 double beds. There is a room on the top of the southwest fortified tower affording breathtaking views out over the surrounding area. Four rooms have private balconies facing towards the north.
A hearty breakfast is on offer to guests each morning; lunch and the evening meal may alternatively be taken à la carte or as a set menu. It is possible to book a half-board or a full-board stay.
MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
Take the National road II (E-90) and exit at junction 255. Take the A1503 in the direction of Illueca.
Direct dial telephone
King size bed