Ideal for rest, leisure work, the Parador has monastic style common rooms and details, spacious, quite and pleasant living rooms, noble bedrooms in which wood takes preference. 1206FG
This hotel is situated in the converted Santa Clara convent which was founded by the order of the conceptionists in the 16th century. The convent building is simply laid out around a central cloister which now has three renaissance fountains and lovely plants and trees growing around them.
Nuns used to live in the convent until it was converted into a hotel, therefore their cells have been used as rooms for guests. There are 45 doubles and a suite, distributed around a renaissance cloister and its well, with views of the town or nearby fields.
In the outskirts of Trujillo, the entrance is governed by a large arched gate which used to be the carts gate in past times, this gives way to the patio where the church can be found to the right and the reception to the left.
The refectory, a vaulted room with a magnificent tiled wall is where international and Regional cuisine can be sampled.
There are religious prints on the walls and various carved pieces of furniture depicting bibilical events and also a mosaic narrating the story of the city.