Terms and Conditions

Your reservations are done directly with the Paradores through our online system and your card will be used to pay for the reservation.

Booking :
Your booking is confirmed with the credit card used at the time of reservation as guarantee. You will be charged in US$. You can choose to lock in the exchange rate and the price in US$ at the time of booking or choose to pay 30 days prior to your arrival date at whatever the applicable exchange rate is going to be for EUR-US$.

A PREPAID VOUCHER will be given to you for your reservation once the payment is processed.

Cancellation :
For Cancellations up to 72 hours prior to date of arrival, there are no cancellation fees. Cancellations need to be done online on our site or by calling us. Email / phone cancellations are available only Monday - Friday 9 AM - 6 PM EST. 

For cancellation Less than 3 days prior to date of arrival or a NO SHOW, there is a retention charge equivalent to one night will be charged.
Cancellations need to be received in writing to be processed or can be done online.

REFUNDS :

Any refunds are subject to Administrative fees of 15% on refund amount once the credit card is charged for payment towards a reservation.

 

Want to know more about this parador

The Parador de Chinchón is located in a former Augustinian monastery. It offers large windows, beautiful common areas and guest rooms decorated with exquisite taste, with the perfect combination of colors and careful attention to every detail. The lovely courtyard filled with loquat trees and well-kept gardens will allow you to enjoy this beautiful and peaceful location. We also offer delicious dishes such as Madrid-style chickpea stew, garlic soup and roast lamb. Chinchón is an especially charming village located south of Madrid. Highlights include the Plaza Mayor (Main Square), with more than 230 wooden balconies on the surrounding houses. We recommend viewing it at night: the illumination makes it a distinctive sight.

Ancestral homes, gorgeous courtyards and galleries supported by lovely columns make Chinchón a uniquely beautiful town. In the center you will find sights such as the Torre del Reloj (Clock Tower), Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Church, the convent of the Sisters of St. Clare and the baroque Casa de la Cadena building.

You can take a relaxing walk around one of the nearby small oases: Laguna de San Juan, Laguna de San Galindo or Laguna de Casasola. On the south side of the last of these pools stand the ruins of Casasola Castle, overlooking the landscape from a hill. It is well worth the climb to feel the gentle caress of the breeze and experience the silence.

 

GPS Coordinates X : 40.140532 - Y : -3.422885

Means of Transport Airport:55km , Port:km , Train:21km

Access to Chinchón is via the M-311. From Madrid, it can be reached by taking the N-IV to the M-404, or via the A-3. From Valencia, take the Villarejo de Salvanés exit, heading towards Aranjuez. And from Andalusia, take the N-IV, Aranjuez exit.

 

Enjoy the Services

  • air conditioning
  • elevator
  • bar
  • safe
  • heating
  • foreign exchange
  • conferences and meetings
  • handicapped facilities
  • garage
  • garden
  • mini-bar
  • no animals
  • parking
  • seasonal swimming pool
  • restaurant
  • hairdryer in guest rooms
  • credit cards
  • telephone in guest rooms
  • TV in guest rooms
  • wi-fi

 

Aranjuez (21 km)
Royal Palace and gardens
Labourer’s HouseMadrid (50 km)
Museums and monuments
Las Descalzas and La Encarnación convents (Nacional Heritage)Colmenar de Oreja (6 km)
Ulpiano Checa Museum
Old Town
Iglesia de Santa María La MayorChinchón
Chinchón, Plaza Mayor
El Pardo Palace (National Heritage)

  • Horseback riding
  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • Theme parks (Warner and Faunia)
  • Donkey rides
  • Nature tours
  • Urban spa
  • Cultural tours of the city
  • Winery tours
  • Cultural tours

 

You can find this parador featured in the following popular routes:

ROUTE OF THE ROYAL PLACES - 3 nights
A tour around the places where our history unfolded, evocative sites of events marking the present and which, today, have become attractive destinations - not only from an historical point of view, but as ideal spots to relax whilst immersing oneself in nature.