Hotels - Castle Hotels in Andalucia

 Castle walls in the sun © Booking.com / TUGASA Hotel Castillo de Castellar
Castle walls in the sun © Booking.com / TUGASA Hotel Castillo de Castellar

Castle Hotels in Andalucia

Castle hotels are old castles which have been reconstructed and converted into hotels. Clearly, the impressive and well-preserved architecture of the castles, and their rich history, make these hotels unusual and special places to stay.

Rooms are usually large, with high ceilings and stone floors and even walls. They are most likely to be listed buildings. A must-see for culture and history enthusiasts, as well as children who enjoy tales of knights and battles. Many of the castle hotels in Andalucia are Paradors.

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TUGASA Hotel Castillo de Castellar TUGASA Hotel Castillo de Castellar

Boasting a privileged hillside setting in a Medieval walled enclosure, this rural property is set around an ancient fortress in the Andalusian countryside. Come to the TUGASA Hotel Castillo de Castellar to spend a relaxing break in an authentic Spanish castle, surrounded by the wonderful scenery of the Alcornocales Nature Park.

Hotel Castillo de Santa Catalina Hotel Castillo de Santa Catalina

Built in 1932, this listed building preserves much of its historic charm. It has over 3,500m² of public areas, gardens and terraces. Rooms at the Hotel Castillo de Santa Catalina feature a plasma TV, marble or tiled bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, and unique décor. The hotel offers spectacular views over Málaga Bay.

Hotel Cortijo Torre De La Reina Hotel Cortijo Torre De La Reina

This nationally listed building was once a royal property and was involved in the conquest of Seville in 1248. It features an outdoor swimming pool, set within beautiful gardens. Each room at the Hotel Cortijo Torre de la Reina comes equipped with air conditioning, a minibar and a TV.

Parador de Granada Parador de Granada

Set within the grounds of the Alhambra Palace, Parador de Granada has a beautiful location. Housed in a 15th-century convent, this luxurious hotel features a popular restaurant. The Parador combines original features including stone archways, beamed ceilings and antique furnishings with chic, contemporary décor.

Parador de Carmona Parador de Carmona

Once a 14th-century Moorish fortress, this Parador Hotel offers spectacular views over the countryside and the Corbones River. Enjoy these from the seasonal pool and dine in the elegant restaurant. A wonderful example of Moorish architecture, the Parador de Carmona boasts fabulous design details including a stunning central courtyard.

Parador de Jaén Parador de Jaén

On top of the Santa Catalina hill, this 18th-century castle has been beautifully renovated keeping its huge stone walls and many historical features to make for an authentic stay in Jaén.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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