It combines regal, noble lines with countless references to rural retreat in surroundings
The Parador occupies a palace which was formerly the residence of the Counts of Maceda. In the historic centre of the city, it combines regal, noble lines with countless references to rural retreat in surroundings which invite one to explore the many coves and beaches.
Distinguished, lordly and illustrious are three definitions of the interior, with a plethora of fine details, antiques and regal furnishings, and relaxing garden views. The carved stone staircase is noteworthy, leading to welcoming rooms and accentuating the aristocratic character of the Parador.
- Canal plus
- Double Rooms (double beds): 11
- Places: 91
- Rooms Quadruple: 1
- Rooms with Lounge Area: 2
- Safety Deposit Box
- Single Rooms: 3
- Telephone in bedrooms
- Twin Rooms: 30
- Air conditioning
- Parking (without security, limited places)
- Satellite Dish