Paradores supplement 2006

Every year, thousands of tourists follow fascinating routes around Spain between Paradores.

For many of our clients, a Parador is a destination in itself. Our buildings, although ancient monasteries, convents, castles and palaces, today offer maximum comfort and luxury. Stay at a Parador and in your bedroom you might have wi-fi connection plus a bed with a canopy used by ancient kings.

This unique experience, twinned with the personalised service you receive at each Parador, makes visiting the Paradores of Spain both enjoyable and unforgettable.

Antoni Costa i Costa
President and managing director, Paradores


It is always a pleasure to introduce Spain’s Paradores, as this is the most established and unique hotel collection in Spain.

The 91 Paradores are set in renovated historic buildings in some of the most undiscovered regions of Spain – bringing with them a wealth of history and culture.

For instance, Napoleon was known to have slept in Argomaníz before attacking the Spanish northern town of Vitoria. I hope this supplement will help you discover areas of Spain you didn’t know and entices you to learn more about the amazing range of Paradores.

Ignacio Vasallo
Director, Spanish Tourist Office, London


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