Four of us stayed for two nights recently at this ancient convent converted into comfortable, large rooms. The high standards were equal to those in most paradores but the staff in Cuenca were notable friendly and most helpful. Unfortunately, the outdoor pool did not open until after June 15th (apparently due to a municipal ruling!) and was sorely missed in temperatures topping 30 degrees centigrade. This was the first stop on the Parador "UNESCO World Heritage Cities" route and we added an extra night at the beginning which was well worth it. Whilst the town is noted for its casas colgadas and placement on a high bluff, the surrounding countryside is well worth a visit for its unusual rock formations and excellent restaurants - worth at least a two day stay. Obviously, this parador is very popular with local wedding parties but this was managed superbly by the staff and did not interfere with our enjoyment of the hotel in the slightest.
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- 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