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AC Hotel Badajoz by Marriott Star Rating 4        
Avda. de Elvas, s/n

This contemporary hotel is 1.6 km from Badajoz train station, 2.1 km from Parque de Castelar and 2.
Apartahotel San Marcos Star Rating 2        
Melendez Valdes, 53

Set on a narrow road in Badajoz's old town, this relaxed hotel is a 3-minute walk from Catedral de San Juan Bautista de Badajoz and 600 meters from the Bedacho shopping district.Featuring hardwood floors, all of the bright, down-to-earth rooms come with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and minibars. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, and room service is available.
Lisboa Hotel Badajoz Star Rating 3        
C/ Augusto Vázquez, 2

Set off the BA-20 autovía, this unpretentious hotel in a modern white building is 0.8 km from the banks of the Guadiana River and 1.9 km from the citadel at Alcazaba of Badajoz in historic Downtown.
Las Bovedas Star Rating 4        
Autovia Madrid-Lisboa Km.405,715

Set in the suburbs, this straightforward hotel lies 6 km from both Castelar Park and the 12th-century Alcazaba of Badajoz Moorish citadel.The simple rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and patios. Children under 12 stay free with an adult.
Condedu Star Rating 2        
C/ Muñoz Torrero 27

Set in the center of Badajoz, this budget hotel is a 6- minute from Castelar Park and 13 minutes from Alcazaba of Badajoz, a Moorish citadel.The modest rooms with light wood furnishings feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus en suite bathrooms.Amenities include a 24-hour cafe/bar, a business center and a continental breakfast buffet (fee).
Hotel Badajoz Center Star Rating 4        
Avenida Damián Téllez Lafuente, s/n

Set in a striking contemporary building, this sophisticated hotel is a 15-minute walk from shows at Teatro López de Ayala and 2.4 km from the Alcazaba of Badajoz citadel.The refined rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Hotel Zurbaran Badajoz Star Rating 4        
Paseo de Castelar, s/n

Set across from Parque Castelar in the town center, this polished, modern hotel is a 6-minute walk from Plaza de San Francisco and a 10-minute walk from the 13th-century Badajoz Cathedral.Warm rooms with traditional furnishings offer free Wi-Fi and TVs, as well as desks and minibars. Room service is available.
Zenit Ascarza Badajoz Star Rating 3        
Castillo Puebla de Alcocer 28

Set 1.7 km from the Badajoz train station, this bright, all-apartment hotel is also 3.1 km from the Alcazaba of Badajoz and 3.
NH Gran Hotel Casino de Extremadura Star Rating 5        
Adolfo Diaz Ambrona, 11

Near the Rio Guadiana river, this functional hotel is 1.6 km from the Alcazaba of Badajoz 12th-century fortress, and 2 km from the open parkland of Castelar Park.Featuring wooden floors, the warm rooms come with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, minibars and desks, plus tea and coffeemakers.
Hostal de las Heras Star Rating 1        
Pedro de Valdivia 6

Beside the 19th-century Teatro López de Ayala, this low-key hostal is a 5-minute walk from the 13th-century Catedral Metropolitana de San Juan Bautista de Badajoz and 2 km from Badajoz train station.The 12 simple, warmly decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi and TVs, as well as minibars and shared bathrooms. Upgraded rooms feature private facilities.
 
 
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The city of Badajoz is in the Autonomous Community of Extremadura, in western Spain. It is the capital of the province of the same name. Among its main places of interest is the Arabian Alcazaba (1169), which was declared an Artistic-Historical Monument in 1931. The Provincial Archeological Museum operates from a Palace in the Alcazaba, the Cathedral (on which work began in the 15th century) has different styles in its design, such as Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Badajoz also has a lot of old town walls, gates and bridges that are now a great magnet for tourists. Among the most popular of these are the main gate of Puerta Pilar and the Puente de Palmas bridge (1596). We also highly recommend a visit to the Provincial Museum of Fine Arts, which houses an extensive collection of sculptures and paintings, the Museo Extreme