The fertile plain of the River Corbones makes for an exceptional panoramic view from the fortress, where different civilisations have brought their best artistry and culture. The splendid views from the Hotel play backdrop to the fantastic pool, gardens, patio and Mudéjar fountain, Cupulín room, and terrace.
The large bright bedrooms enjoy exquisite classic décor which, alongside the Sevillian tiling, enhance this 14th century citadel. The Bermejo Room with its tapestries and many antiques is a highlight.
The refectory turned dining room is known as one of Paradores’ most beautiful, serving succulent seasonal and local dishes, with the partridge and Carmona spicy spinach dishes both standout.
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