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Your reservations are done 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.


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 Hotel Parador de Cazorla is located in the heart of the Sierra de Cazorla, Segura y las Villas Nature Reserve, in an area known as Sacejo, offering an oasis of peace in a natural setting. The altitude provides matchless panoramic views of mountain slopes covered in pine trees. Only the sound of the birds will interrupt your relaxation beside the hotel pool or strolls through the surrounding area. The atmosphere of tranquility and beauty in nearby spots like Cañada de las Fuentes (Springs Hollow) and Linarejos Waterfall creates the perfect setting for your encounter with nature.

The hotel revisits the tradition of classic Andalusian country houses, which is abundantly clear from the exterior. The swimming pool with spectacular views of the nature reserve, and the light-filled interior, with a lounge where you can enjoy pleasant afternoon chats beside the fireplace, make the Parador an inviting spot.

If you love hunting and game, either as a sport or in the dining room, this is the perfect place to indulge your passion. The Parador is the ideal setting-off point for hiking or mountain biking in the mountains. You can also visit the source of the Guadalquivir River, find yourself amidst ancient yew trees and vulture's nests, and explore Cueva del Agua (Water Cave) or the Roman ruins in the nearby town of Peal de Becerro. And of course, you can visit lovely Yedra Castle and the town of Cazorla, whose small houses clustered at the foot of the great mountain range add to the beauty of the landscape.


GPS Coordinates X : 37.903947 - Y : -2.96176

Means of Transport Airport:230km , Port:km , Train:90km

The Parador is located 26 km from Cazorla. The route is signed and access is via the town of Burunchel. Take the N-322, which connects to Úbeda and Baeza, and then the A-319 towards Peal de Becerro-Cazorla.


Enjoy the Services

  • air conditioning
  • elevator
  • bar
  • safe
  • heating
  • foreign exchange
  • hilo musical
  • garden
  • mini-bar
  • parking
  • seasonal swimming pool
  • restaurant
  • credit cards
  • telephone in guest rooms
  • TV in guest rooms
  • children's play area


The Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y las Villas Nature Reserve is located in Jaén province, 102 km from the city of Jaen. The nature reserve is an oasis of peace, where you can relax and enjoy a variety of activities, including air and water sports. The park is accessible by car, on foot, on horseback and on bicycle. The local climate lends each season of the year its own special charm, making it unique: from a winter refuge to long summer days enjoyed along the riverbanks.

Jaén is frontier territory. Every town in the province is filled with history and the traces of the many civilizations that have established a presence on the peninsula. Must-see examples include the Templar castle at La Iruela and the ruins of Renaissance Santa María Church.

  • Canyoning
  • Bicycling
  • Mountain biking
  • Horseback riding
  • Canoeing
  • Hunting
  • Big game hunting
  • Lecture and skywatching
  • Cycling tourism
  • Adventure sports
  • Canyon rappelling
  • Massages
  • Birdwatching
  • Fishing
  • Canoeing
  • Natural pools
  • Rafting
  • Mushroom picking
  • Horseback trail rides
  • 4X4 routes
  • Hiking
  • City tours
  • Cultural tours of the city


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

Penetrate Al-Andalus history and culture. This route invites you to enjoy the artisan products, cuisine, popular festivals and customs of the towns and villages linked to the Andalusí civilisation.