From Segovia, La Granja de San Ildefonso, formerly the Spanish royal court under Felipe V is open to visitors.
From the Parador can be seen the best panoramic view of Segovia. 1208AB
Segovia is a typical Castilian city on the northern slopes of the Sierra de Guadarrama. A city steeped in history, Segovia offers the visitor a unique opportunity to experience and view many of the historic monuments dotting the landscape. Most notable of these includes the roman aqueduct, the alcazar (fort) and the cathedral. Segovia is 87 kilometres from Madrid.
The views from any of the comfortable and elegant rooms of the are really worth contemplating. Decorated with modern furniture in pine wood. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and enjoy splendid views of the city, as does the dinning room and the out door swimming pool.
The hotel itself stands on a natural terrace known as Mirador de la Lastrilla, from which it commands a spectacular view of the city and surrounding countryside. It is a red brick, modern construction which was built in 1978 and comprises of different adjacent blocks, facing the wonderful architecture of the city.
The dining room of the hotel has already gained a reputation for being a unique, rich and generous forum for Segovian cuisine.
The very spacious lobby displays modern paintings and design elements in clear contracts with the simple, circular lines frame the heated swimming pool.