In the historic centre of the capital of the province, this hotel occupies a palace built over the remains of a Roman fortress in the mid 15th century, and offers the traveller an opportunity to discover the beauty of the landscape, both natural and urban, of Zamora. The medieval flavour of the interior, with its suits of armour, tapestries and attractive canopied beds, combines with the Renaissance style of the courtyard, glazed wooden gallery and coats of arms.
The hotel has two halls for conventions and a swimming pool in the flourishing garden. Wooden floors and beams give warmth to the baronial decor.
The restaurant offers excellent dishes from the traditional local kitchen, such as bacalao a la tranca (cod), pulpo a la sanabresa (octopus), presas de ternera (beef) and desserts such as rebojo zamorano (a local pastry) and natillas almendradas (almond custard).
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