Parador de Alcañiz

Alfonso el Batallador (room. nº 218)

Room type:
Kings and Queens

The room "Alfonso el Batallador" is spread over two floors in the south-eastern tower of the former Castle of the Calatravos, the seat of the order of Alcañiz. The ground floor comprises of a living room with a bathroom with a shower, and the upper floor is home to the bedroom with a four-poster bed and a bathroom with a hydro-massage bath. Its windows look out on a great part of the city and on the banks of the river Guadalope.

It gets its name from one of the Aragonese kings that was most important for the consolidation and expansion of the kingdom: The Conquistador of Saragossa. Legend has it that he even got his horse to the Mediterranean waters of the beaches of Motril (Granada) after the raid he carried out in the heart of Muslim Andalusia through the territories of Teruel and Levante.