3 Best Hotels in Guadalupe, Extremadura

Casa Rural Abacería de Guadalupe

$$ | Calle Nueva de los Capellanes, Guadalupe, 10140, Spain

For a simple, inexpensive overnight stay, try this small, tidy guesthouse on a quiet side street near the center of the village, around the corner from the parador. There are three double rooms, each with a private bath and living room with a fireplace, plus a large patio and full kitchen. You can rent individual rooms or the whole house.   All bookings (including individual rooms) are via Airbnb; simply search for the property's name. 

Pros

  • Private location
  • Good for families
  • Plenty of peace and quiet

Cons

  • Individual rooms are a bit small
  • Cold hallways in the winter
  • No Wi-Fi
Calle Nueva de los Capellanes, Guadalupe, 10140, Spain
92-715--4282
hotel Details
3 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Hospedería del Real Monasterio

$ | Pl. Juan Carlos I, Guadalupe, 10140, Spain Fodor's Choice

An excellent and considerably cheaper alternative to the town parador, this inn was built around the 16th-century Gothic cloister of the monastery itself. The cloister's courtyard is also an outdoor café, open May through September to guests and non-guests alike. The simple, traditional rooms with wood-beam ceilings are handsome and comfortable. 

Pros

  • Guests get free monastery admission
  • Magical surroundings for a pittance
  • Helpful staff

Cons

  • Church bells chime around the clock
  • Subpar food in the restaurant
  • Uncomfortable beds
Pl. Juan Carlos I, Guadalupe, 10140, Spain
92-736--7000
hotel Details
47 rooms
Rate Includes: Closed mid-Jan.–mid-Feb., No Meals

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Parador de Guadalupe

$$ | Calle Marqués de la Romana 12, Guadalupe, 10140, Spain

This exquisite estate, once the 15th-century palace of the Marquis de la Romana, now houses one of Spain's finest paradores. The sprawling building combines Mudejar architecture, exotic vegetation, and Moorish-style rooms, the best of which look out onto the monastery. There's a secluded swimming pool and a cozy fireplace room—a perfect place to enjoy an evening glass of wine. The restaurant serves simple local dishes such as bacalao monacal ("monastic" codfish, with spinach and potatoes) and frite de cordero (lamb stew).

Pros

  • Stunning architecture
  • Down-home Extremaduran cooking
  • Idyllic balconies

Cons

  • Tight parking
  • Long hike from reception to the farthest rooms
  • Old-world property with old-world amenities
Calle Marqués de la Romana 12, Guadalupe, 10140, Spain
92-736--7075
hotel Details
41 rooms

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