The Castle of Siguienza dominates rge town from the highest part, presiding over its historical and artistic heritage. 1208AB
The hotel as it is known, used to be a Visigothic castle, then an Arab fort and then an Espiscopal Palace. It was the castle's final inhabitants, gentile servants of god, who gave this fortress its robust and splendid personality.
The rooms are intimate and cosy. The ones on the first floor are decorated in blue with medieval furniture and the rooms on the second floor are decorated in red.
The brief but succint summary of the history of this castle is reproduced in a ceramic depiction in the entrance to the Parador. Inside the hotel many beautiful treasures are proudly stored. The famous throne room, featuring two exquisite French fireplaces and an exceptional coffered ceiling, the room of dona blanca, the romanesque-style chapel and dozens of pieces of armour, helmets and banners, which will delight all visitors.
Situated in a splendid vaulted room and decorated in the most medieval style, it provides local and regional cuisine, such as roast kid, cod with mushrooms and cheese or meat conserve.
Large in size and decorated with armours and banners on the walls.