It has two conference rooms and a refreshing swimmning pool in the well looked-after garden outside. 1208AB
The hotel is housed in a renaissance Palace and is a delightful spot for art lovers. The Palace was built in 1459 by the first count of Alba y Aliste. This Palace rise uo in the historical center of the capital of the province of Zamora.
The medieval atmosphere evoked by the armours, tapestries and attractive four poster beds, is in harmony with the magnificent patio, corridors and coats of arms all over the hotel.
The Palace, located in the heart of town, has a magnificent patio and staircase decorated with lombardy carvings. It is rectangular with five and six arches on each side.
The cuisine, typical of Zamora is heavy and tasty with a character of its own. One can sample such dishes as 'el bacalao a la tranca' (a cod dish), 'el pulpo a la sanabresa' (an octupus dish), and 'presas de ternera' (a veal dish). For dessert there is 'el rebojo Zamorano', a very tasty though hard type of biscuit, and 'las natillas almendradas' (spanish style custard with almonds).
Clasical large lobby clasical decorated acciording with this historial Palace.Wooden floors an beams offer warmth to the decoration with noble air.