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Unique Rooms at Parador de Alcaniz

ALFONSO EL BATALLADOR Room

The Alfonso el Batallador room is a duplex room. The living room and bathroom with shower are on the ground floor with the bedroom containing twin half tester beds and the full bathroom suite on the first floor. This room is special as it occupies one of the turrets to the main façade and has views, on the one side, over the entire city of Alcañiz and, on the other, the whole River Guadalupe plain. The room is superb décor make it one of the most beautiful at this charming hotel.
 

ALFONSO II EL CASTO Room

The Alfonso II el Casto room is a duplex room. The living room and a full bathroom suite are on the ground floor with the bedroom containing twin half tester beds and another full bathroom suite on the first floor. This room is special as it occupies one of the turrets to the main façade and has views out over the River Guadalupe plain as well as over the Maestrazgo and the Sierra de Arcos. The sunsets seen from the room at this charming hotel are truly spectacular. The décor makes it one of the most attractive at the Parador.
 

About Parador of Parador de Alcaniz :
Castillo Calatravos, s/n
Alcaniz, Teruel 44600

This castle/monastery dates from the 12th-13th centuries. The keep, belfry, sacristy and a section converted into an Aragonese palace have all been preserved. Contemplating its Gothic wall paintings, Plateresque sepulcher and baroque façade or strolling through the peaceful garden offer many pleasures for your senses.

The Teruel town of Alcañiz conceals secrets beyond your wildest imagination. You will be astonished by the beauty of its medieval underground passageways, the Fountain of 72 Spouts and the Gothic Lonja (market). It is also a place for fun. The MotorLand Aragón track offers a place for sports like autocross, karting and motocross, as well as competitions such as the MotoGP Grand Prix of Aragón.

Another appealing option? Grab your bicycle and head to the Val de Zafán greenway, less than an hour from town. You will find a secluded route that travels along old train tracks which have been adapted for cycling tourism and horseback riding, crossing the Matarraña, a river of spectacular ravines and magical waterfalls. If history is your thing, the province of Teruel offers more than 70 cave painting sites. You can also view examples of this form of artistic expression in Alcañiz.

Don't leave without introducing your palate to the exquisite local cured ham, black truffles, olive oil from the Bajo Aragón region, saffron from Jiloca and traditional sweets. Close your eyes, breathe deep, relax and enjoy, because this is a one-of-a-kind experience.

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