3 Best Hotels in Trujillo, Extremadura

Hotel Boutique Posada Dos Orillas

$ | Calle de los Cambrones 6, Trujillo, 10200, Spain Fodor's Choice

This hotel occupies a 16th-century stagecoach inn on a quiet pedestrian street uphill from the Plaza Mayor. Rooms are decorated in traditional Spanish colonial style with stone arches, lots of wrought iron, and dark wood furniture. Guests can enjoy breakfast on the delightful patio with columns and leafy plants or at the hotel restaurant, which serves classic Extremeño cuisine with contemporary innovations as well as vegetarian dishes for those who want a break from the typical hefty stuff. The menú del día is a great value.

Pros

  • Pleasant interiors
  • Beautiful terrace
  • Good weekend rates

Cons

  • No reserved parking
  • Beds a little basic
  • Small TVs
Calle de los Cambrones 6, Trujillo, 10200, Spain
92-765--9079
hotel Details
13 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Izán Trujillo

$ | Pl. del Campillo 1, Trujillo, 10200, Spain

Once a 16th-century convent, this dependable four-star hotel is a five-minute walk from the Plaza Mayor. Rooms and suites come in various sizes—making this a good option for families—and are comfortable in a grandmotherly sort of way. There's a pleasant outdoor swimming pool surrounded by wrought-iron furniture. The restaurant in the former refectory serves regional dishes such as wild boar, free-range pork, and, during the October–January hunting season, red-leg partridge stewed with broad beans.

Pros

  • Air of calm throughout the property
  • Friendly staff
  • Central location yet quiet

Cons

  • Small swimming pool
  • Rooms vary in size
  • Breakfast is underwhelming
Pl. del Campillo 1, Trujillo, 10200, Spain
92-745--8900
hotel Details
77 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Parador de Trujillo

$$ | Calle Santa Beatriz de Silva 1, Trujillo, 10200, Spain Fodor's Choice

In another of the region's 16th-century convents, this parador offers tranquility and comfort in cheery restored rooms awash with wall art and patterned textiles. The spectacular building has two full cloisters that shine light onto the thick stone walls of common areas. Even if you're not staying here, it's worth a visit to have a drink in the candlelit courtyard by night.

Pros

  • Peace and quiet in the heart of town
  • Swimming pool
  • Homey colorful decor

Cons

  • Pricey for the area
  • Rooms are a bit like monastery quarters—on the small side
  • Poor-quality bath products
Calle Santa Beatriz de Silva 1, Trujillo, 10200, Spain
92-732--1350
hotel Details
50 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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