Parador de Chinchón

Capilla de Felipe V (hab. nº 140)

Room type:
Kings and Queens

In the former chapel of the monastery there's room 140, dedicated to King Philip V, who was crowned in Chinchón's Plaza Mayor on 3 August, 1706. The room has an impressive vault, over 7 metres high, a huge window overlooking a splendid loquat garden, wallpapers that remind us of the Aranjuez gardens, and ornate wrought-iron furniture.

The bathroom is really unique. With a vaulted ceiling, it combines modern and old accents in its Baroque details and its original avant-garde lighting devices, washbasins, and accessories. All these features make a room like no other in the world, in which guests can enjoy the peace that has always been characteristic of monasteries and of Paradores as well.