The Parador is located in the foothills of the Cordoba mountains in the residential district of Brillante. 1208AB
Located on the ruins of the small summer palace of Adderraman I, a hill surrounded by vegetation at the foot of the Cordoba mountain range. The parador offers an exceptional paranoramic view of the legendary city of the calips.
The rooms are bright; most of them with views to the city. All rooms are very well looked after and are fully equipped and spacious.
The building brims with freshness as it enjoys a temperature 4C lower than in the city. That feeling of well-being is enhanced by the swimming pool and the surrounding grounds, where the first palm trees planted in Europe can be found.
Regarding cuisine, the restaurant's most typical dishes are el gazpacho de almendras (a cold vegetable soup) los huevos esparragaos (an egg dish), el estofado de rabo de toro (a meat stew), el pastel cordobes, and the cheese of los pedroches. Its wines, Moriles and Montilla, are good quality and well known.
Large in size, functional and traditional decorated following the Andalucian style mixed with Arabic earthy colors, wood floors and abundance of plants.