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Hotels in Zamora & Province, Castilla y León, Spain

Zamora - a city in Castilla y Leon, and the capital of the province of Zamora. It lies in the northwest, near the frontier with Portugal and crossed by the Duero river.  Many very beautiful medieval and Roman buildings, churches and places to visit.  The capital of the province of Zamora, the city lies on a rocky hill in the northwest, near the frontier with Portugal and crossed by the Duero river, which is some 50 km/30 mi downstream as it reaches the Portuguese frontier. With its 24 Romanesque  churches of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries it has been called a "museum of Romanesque art". Zamora is the city with the most Romanesque churches in all of Europe. Zamora has a unique Romanesque monument, with peculiar characteristics which are very difficult to find in other places.
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AC Zamora, Zamora
The AC Zamora is a stylish hotel situated next to the university campus and new shopping complex and two kilometres from the 11th century cathedral. At the end of the day, guests can enjoy traditional fare in the restaurant, relax in the sauna, with drinks in the bar or order a light meal from the 24-hour room service menu. Those guests feeling energetic can take advantage of the fully-equipped fitness centre. The front desk has a safe-deposit box for string valuables. The hotel offers wireless internet access for guests wishing to surf the web or catch up with emails. With stylish, contemporary decor and furnishings, guestrooms include air conditioning, complimentary bottled water and toiletries, satellite TV, desks, direct-dial phones, hair dryers and Internet connections.
Meliá Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel, Zamora
The Melia Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel is located in Zamora, Spain. The Easter Museum is 500 metres away, the cathedral is one kilometre away, and the Natural Park Arribes del Duero is at a 60 kilometre distance. Set in the city centre, the Melia Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel occupies a traditional property featuring an ornate, stucco-moulded facade lined with wrought iron.  The hotel opens to a lounge area decorated with rich fabrics and Art Deco-style furnishings and houses a spa area with fitness room, sauna, and spa tub. The concierge is on hand to offer sightseeing assistance, and further amenities include garage parking, room service, and laundry facilities.  The Melia Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel houses the La Boveda restaurant housed in a rustic-style cellar with arched exposed stone walls, and serving regional and international dishes. Bar Horus offers a range of drinks and cocktails. 
Parador de Zamora, Zamora
In the historic centre of the capital of the province, this hotel occupies a palace built over the remains of a Roman fortress in the mid 15th century, and offers the traveller an opportunity to discover the beauty of the landscape, both natural and urban, of Zamora.  The medieval flavour of the interior, with its suits of armour, tapestries and attractive canopied beds, combines with the Renaissance style of the courtyard, glazed wooden gallery and coats of arms. The hotel has two halls for conventions and a swimming pool in the flourishing garden. Wooden floors and beams give warmth to the baronial decor.  The restaurant offers excellent dishes from the traditional local kitchen...
Benavente - A prominent town located north of the capital on an important communications hub. The most representative building in town is the Parador de Turismo Fernando II hotel, which occupies the Caracol Tower, a 16th-century castle with wide segmental miradors and a beautiful Mudejar coffered ceiling in the main section; although it also has other attractions for the visitor, such as the church of Santa María de Azogue, outstanding in which are the doors, some multicoloured Gothic sculptures and several pillars; San Juan del Mercado, with its prominent southern door; and the hospital of La Piedad, an old pilgrims' hostel. Click to view map
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Parador de Benavente, Zamora Province
This renaissance castle was constructed under the order of Fernando II of León and was the seat of las Cortes in 1202. It makes up part of the old town, set within the town's ancient city walls. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the castle's interior has classical decorative features such as tapestries, forged lamps, coffered ceilings, as well as Spanish bricks and woods. Its spectacular rooms are specially equipped to be an ideal location for social gatherings. The sleep-inducing bedrooms are cosy and accommodating, and the restaurant offers local cuisine: Bacalao a la tranca (cod with boiled egg), arroz a la zamorana (rice and pork dish), dos y pingada (fried egg and bacon on bread) and tocino de cielo (custard caramel). 
Puebla de Sanabria - Lovely area with hiking and green tourism routes and a historical and monumental town, close to the Sanabria Lake. Click to view map
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Parador de Puebla de Sanabria, Zamora Province
The Hotel is in an exceptional location just 12 km. from the wonderful Lake Sanabria, the biggest glacial lake in Spain. In the centre of the Sanabria area, on the frontier with Portugal, the Hotel is ideal for lovers of travel and nature, who come to the area for green tourism excursions and tours, which are a delight for the eyes and the spirit.  The welcoming interiors, decorated with care, offer quality and comfort for a pleasant stay. The lounge, with its inviting fireplace, and some rooms offer large windows with views of the outstanding historic town of Puebla de Sanabria. In the restaurant you can enjoy exquisite habones (a local bean), trout and for dessert, a delicious blackberry cake. All accompanied by local wines in a relaxing ambience surrounded by nature. 
La Casona de Andrea - Complejo de Turismo Rural de Tiedra, Zamora Province
La Casona de Andrea is located in Tiedra, Spain, 18 kilometres from the town of Toro, and 56 kilometres from the city of Valladolid.  The hotel is located in a country house, set amid fields. The lobby features a wooden-beam ceiling, a fireplace, and plush sofas, and there is also a patio and a picnic area.  La Casona de Andrea's restaurant, Los Fogones de mi Madre, has rural decor. Typical Castilian dishes are served, including fish and lamb, and the vegetables served are grown in the hotel's kitchen garden.  The hotel also has a bar, and there is a complimentary breakfast served each morning.  The hotel offers a meeting room for small groups, and has banquet facilities.  Horse riding and bicycle rentals are available on site, and there are also activities for children.
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Latest update: September 20, 2012