Expect a spectacular view from the terrace, as this parador clings to the cliff side, overlooking the rolling valley of the Guadalete River. Public rooms include a popular bar and restaurant, Mesón del Corregidor, which opens onto the terrace and an enclosed patio, and the best rooms are 6–9 and 15–18, which overlook the valley (well worth the €35 extra). Spacious guest rooms are furnished with dark Castilian furniture, reed rugs, and abundant tiles.
Mar 20, 2003
Just came back from 10 day visit to Spain. We stayed at 3 paradors and this one definitely had the best view. We paid an extra $20 for a room with a terrace. Small table, 2 comfortable chairs and a country-side view that went on forever. Room and bathroom spacious and clean. Food wonderful with excellent service. Took advantage of "Dias Dorado" for people over 60, got the whole deal for about $100.