This converted convent is situated across the gorge from Cuenca old town, with easy access to it across a metal bridge spanning the gorge. As to be expected from a convent, the rooms were small with small windows and felt quite spartan, but I guess fitted in with the history of the building. We had a lovely view across to Cuenca. The dining hall was quite grand. Parking was difficult, especially since we accidentally arrived during the fiesta San Mateo, as there was limited parking at the parador.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 16th-century Convent in late Gothic style, lovingly restored & converted into fascinating Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Parador De Cuenca Hotel Cuenca
- Parador De Hotel Cuenca
- Cuenca Parador De Hotel