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Almendralejo, 58, 06800 Mérida, Spain – Show map
|Romantic Getaway - Twin Room - 2 Nights|
|Romantic Getaway - Twin Room - 1 Night|
|Standard Double Room|
|Standard Twin Room|
|Double or Twin Room with Extra Bed (2 Adults + 1 Child)||
|Double or Twin Room with Extra Bed (3 Adults)|
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds, Sun Deck
Sauna, Fitness Center, Bikes Available (free), Game Room
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not possible) and costs EUR 16 per day.
Room Service, Packed Lunches, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Ironing Service, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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In Plaza de España Square, this restored 15th-century palace offers a rooftop terrace with a small seasonal pool and city views. Bluecity Mérida Palace is 215 yards from the Roman Temple of Diana.
Score from 1354 reviews Very good
These stylish design apartments are located in the heart of Mérida, just a 5-minute walk from the spectacular Roman Theatre and Amphitheatre.
Score from 590 reviews Wonderful
This modern guesthouse has traditional Moorish-style design, with Arabic rugs and fabrics. Rooms at Flor de Al-Andalus offer free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a safe.
Score from 587 reviews Good
This stylish apartment-style hotel is in the historic center of Mérida, only steps from the town hall. All of the apartments at Aparthotel Capitolina come with free Wi-Fi and a bright balcony.
Score from 290 reviews Wonderful
The ambience of the hotel.
There was mould around the bath and shower taps, and the lower hinge of the shower screen. Grout missing from wall and floor tiles. The bath looked old.
The hotel room was very run down, desperately needs maintenance. Staff were impersonal. A very large hotel with probably not enough staff. 2 star quality only.
we only stayed overnight as we were travelling on to Portugal but were very impressed with what we saw & will definitely go back to Merida & will stay at the Parador as it was well placewd to visit sites & a lovel building to stay in.
Central to the plaza meyor. Within walking distance to the Roman ruins. Private parking in a very congested part of the city.
not a particularly cheerful staff.
Great hotel. The baby crib we requested was excellent.
Spacious room, beautiful surroundings, spectacular Roman ruins, friendly and obliging staff.
Bathrooms a little tired.
Nice old building. In the heart of the town.
Price of car parking Breakfast was not to the standard we have received elsewhere in Paradors. Not easy to navigate the hotel and signage not always clear. Beds hard.
My wife and myself love to tour in our car and paradors are our great find, we base our tours on there locations and when we arrived at the one in merida it took our breath away, what a magnificent building and facilities to match. we cannot find any fault with this parador and we will be returning
Our stay was to short
Comfortable size room and good beds. Bathroom was also a fine size. Doors open into back courtyard and its very quiet at night (we did close the doors). There is parking and its easy and a below ground garage.
Breakfast is expensive so didn't eat here.
Great location in the city. Within walking distance to all historic sites. Although the room was a bit small, did manage to get good sleep. While the restaurant and bar are very pleasant demonstrating the old world charm. Had a good stay.
The lady receptionist was outstanding.
Services, food, staff
Location and the public areas. Close to the Wonderful museum and and the staff were very pleasant.
Our room was very noisy and looked out on to a building being refurbished. We had a very poor nights sleep and it was the worst room we have ever had when staying in a Paradore. We have stayed in many Paradores over the years and this was not good enough.
Nice hotel with friendly staff. Location for exploring what is an interesting city is perfect.
Excellent spacious room. Friendly staff. Excellent breakfast.
Signage for last bit of approach to Parador needs to be improved.
comfortable rooms. historic building. in the old town
unable to get anything to eat between 6pm and 8.30 pm. snacks sandwiches etc. we don't eat parador 3 course meals in any parador
Nicely preserved and restored with large clean rooms, Evening meal and breakfast ok but not spectacular.
Bedroom location, if you stay ask for room overlooking courtyard, ours overlooked road - very noisy. Also we asked for a large double, which we got, but not a 3rd single which we also got, it should have been removed.
Easy walk to most all of the tourist attractions. Quiet relative to the noise on the streets at night.
High charge for parking your car.
Everything, hotel was comfortable, food excellent, staff very friendly, location perfect for wandering around a charming small town.
Central location Helpful staff
The rooms, like the building, are a little old fashioned. Might not be to everyone's taste.
The hotel was an oasis of calm surrounded by busy streets. Staff were vey helpful , unlike some Paradores in my experience. The small garden and pool were charming and our room and bathroom were spacious and cool.
Although there are some signs to the Parador in the town, it would be helpful to make clear to visitors that the only access to the hotel by car is through the security locked back gate. This is in fact signed Parador Parking, but the natural assumption is that it would be possible to park at the front of the hotel when checking in.
The parador is vast and empty, so not great for folks who require fun. That said. Merida has more Roman remains than anywhere in Spain, so it's worth a day's visit.
Vast, empty. Like sleepy hollow. We felt we were keeping the bar staff up past their bedtime at 11pm. So not typical of most Spanish bars or hotels
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