You cant beat the view from the Cuenca Parador to the hilltop town across the easily manageable wooden bridge [don't look down]. Definitely wander up the winding hills and goto the Cathedral - it's impressive. We also enjoyed the abstract art museum in the cliff house; the permanent exhibit is beautifully designed to work with the artwork, floors, tiles and lighting. Both sites are least 15 degrees cooler then outside and in early July that can help. Hotels breakfast was amazing and the thick Spanish hot chocolate is a standout no matter what time of year. Also avail yourself to the jamon, fresh fruit, cava for mimosas, baked goods, egg dishes= all excellent. The hotel grounds include a tennis court and refreshing pool. The hotel was well appointed w/contemporary art and an impressive central courtyard. The front desk staff was helpful and multi-lingual. Rooms had tv, fridge and adequate ac, 2 sink bath w bidet, room safe and hair dryer included. The hotel hosted the wedding we attended which was lovely and lavish. Smartly moving the party to a separate building up the hill so we could dance til morning. So glad we got too Cuenca and stay at the Parador. Gracias.