Built on Arabic foundations with a linteled door and a Baroque coat of arms.
The ancient Torreorgaz Palace is built on Arabic foundations with a linteled door and a Baroque coat of arms. It is in the heart of the Cáceres*s old town and artistic centre, which has been declared a World Heritage Site. This 14th Century Parador, overlooked by its narrow tower, was founded by Diego García de Ulloa, knight of the Order of Santiago. Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles are reflected in the building and its surroundings.
Its internal courtyard, cobbled exterior, exposed wooden beams, and the lounge’s original mantelpiece make up the hotel’s interior decoration. The bedrooms, decorated in soft shades of cream are tasteful, spacious and comfortable.
Iberian pork loin with Casar cheese and rosemary roast goat, are typical dishes of the varied Extremaduran cuisine.
- Canal plus
- Double Rooms (double beds): 8
- Easy access rooms: 1
- Places: 78
- Rooms: 39
- Rooms with Lounge Area: 1
- Safety Deposit Box
- Telephone in bedrooms
- Twin Rooms: 28
- Air conditioning
- Parking (without security, limited places)
- Piped music
- Satellite Dish