Parador de Benavente
Paseo de la Mota, s/n
Rated 79 / 100 based on 20 customer reviews.
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The seat of parliament in 1176, this Reinassance style castle was built by Fernando II de Leon and forms part of the former walled enclousure of the town. The interior contains classical decorative elements such rugs, forged lamps, coffered ceilings, wood and castillians briks. The dreamy bedrooms are comfortable, and the restaurant offers the regions's gastronomic array. 1106FGThe two wings which house the bedrooms and dinning-room have been built in the same medieval style. Wrought-iron lamps, striking tapestries and castilian wood and brickwork create an austere and regal ambience inside. The two wings which house the bedrooms and dinning-room have been built in the same medieval style. Wrought-iron lamps, striking tapestries and castilian wood and brickwork create an austere and regal ambience inside. The parador 'Fernando II de Leon' as it is called occupies the castle- palace built in the 12th century. It was named to honour Fernando II as the founder of the town. Bacalao a la tio (cod), rebojo zamorano (sweet cake), sopa de boda and dos y pingada are among the robust dishes which may be sampled at this parador, featuring all of the taste and tradition of this famous region. It is a grand renaissance-style castle incorporating a beautiful conserved tower called 'la torre del caracol'(tower of the snail) which was declared to be a national monument. This tower features a marvellously preserved and beautiful hall with its mudejar coffered ceiling and mixture of gothic and renaissance styles. Large hall with coffered ceilings and medieval style.
Facilities @ Parador de Benavente include:
Restaurant Bar / Lounge Air Conditioned Mini Bar Cable / Satellite TV Hair Dryer Television Laundry service Garden WiFi Coffee Shop / Cafeteria Free Wi-Fi