The Parador of Calahorra is located 200 metres from the town hall, at the end of the walk which links the urban and historical center. 1208AB.
The hotel as it is known, stands in the town of Calahorra which is situated on a small hill between the rivers Ebro and Cidacos. The cathedral, the town's most important monument, was built in the 12th and finished in the 16th century.
Traditional in style. They are charactered by their spaciousness and modern and functional installations.
The facade is orange in tone with a slate roof and wooden framed windows, overlooking the lush green gardens. This red bricks construction harmoniously contrasts with the fresh water of the river Ebro and Cidacos aelley. The dense vegetation of the garden, filled with flowers and palm trees is inserted in one of the most important historical and artistic ensembles of La Rioja.
Traditional dishes include pochas (a white bean dish), lomo con pimientos (pork with green peppers), and tortilla a lo bestia (a special omelette).
Functional lobby medium in size Classical decorated, large windows ans blinds adorns a structure with smooth lines, which has a decoration with a clear medieval influence.