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Unique Rooms at Parador de Lerma

INFANTA MARGARITA Room

Infanta Margarita, daughter of Felipe IV, was christened in the town which at one time governed the greatest empire ever known, the town of Ducal de Lerma. In honour of the Infanta, the Parador of Lerma has named it most prestigious Room "Infanta Margarita". The room is located in the Patio de Bolaños and enjoys privileged views out over Arlanza Plain. The amenities in the room include: a four poster king-size bed, a lounge area, a jacuzzi with views over Arlanza and the plain, etc.
 

TORREÓN DE LOS BORBÓN Room

The room is located in the charming hotel tower with 35 steps leading to the entry. The room concept is differentiated by the integrated bathroom in the bedroom, with a French bath, which alongside the room décor with raffia walls and slats to the ceilings make it a unique room at the Parador of Lerma.
 

TORREÓN DE LOS MEDINACELI Room

The room is located in the Parador tower with 35 steps leading to the entry. The room concept is differentiated by the integrated bathroom in the bedroom, with a French bath, which alongside the room décor with raffia walls and slats to the ceilings make it a unique room at this charming hotel.
 

TORREÓN DE SANDOVAL Y ROJAS Room

The room is located in the charming hotel tower with 35 steps leading to the entry. The room concept is differentiated by the integrated bathroom in the bedroom, with a French bath, which alongside the room décor with raffia walls and slats to the ceilings make it a unique room at the Parador of Lerma.
 

About Parador of Parador de Lerma :
Plaza Mayor, 1
Lerma, Burgos 09340

The Plaza Mayor (Main Square) is opposite the main façade of the palace. At night, the lights of the Parador make it look even more magnificent and stately. The medieval quarter, Arch, Cárcel Bridge, San Blas Convent, Santo Domingo Monastery, Pasadizo del Duque (Duke's Passage) and former collegiate church of San Pedro are just some of the treasures you won't want to miss.

The area around Lerma is well worth a visit. 22 kilometers away is Covarrubias, a lovely village where San Cosme y San Damián Collegiate Church and Doña Sancha and Doña Urraca squares invite travelers to enjoy a leisurely visit, imagining that time has stood still in the Middle Ages and that little has changed since the year 987, when Count Fernán González founded the town.

About half an hour away by car is another treasure: the Monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, a Romanesque jewel which has become a place of spiritual and artistic pilgrimage. It is also not far to beautiful Aranda de Duero, city of wine, monuments, history and culinary expertise.

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