It's easy to feel like a prince or princess here. The four-star Parador Hotel is found in the old Comendador de Alcuéscar Palace, a building dating from the 14th century. The hotel, surrounding streets and the entire city, declared a World Heritage Site, recall the days of fair maidens and gentlemen on horseback. The quality of the salons, restaurant and café, in addition to the attention to detail found in the decor, make this hotel one of the most pleasant and select in the city.
Located on one of the city's most central streets, this two-star hotel is near the most important shopping district. Thanks, in part, to its private garden, however, it is a quiet place. Given its location, you can easily walk around town and tapear, go from tapas bar to tapas bar savouring each's specialties. When in Rome... There are cribs available for babies, a laundry service and room service from midday to midnight. The rooms feature both cable and satellite television, telephone and heating.
Atrio Restaurante Hotel is centrally located, 200 metres from Cáceres Cathedral. It features a seasonal alberca swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and a 2-Michelin-starred restaurant. Its chic, air-conditioned rooms are soundproofed and heated. Each comes with a minibar, safe and flat-screen TV. There is a private bathroom with a hairdryer and amenities, bathrobe and slippers. Suites also have a living room. The Atrio's café-bar serves drinks and snacks. Room service is available and there is a garden terrace. There is a 24-hour reception, and you can hire a car from the tour desk. An airport shuttle service is offered for an extra charge. Norba Golf Club is a 15-minute drive away.
Located just 5 minutes by car from the city centre, this four-star hotel was inaugurated in 1992. Its name commemorates the 500th anniversay of the discovery of the Americas. This also explains the names given to the restaurant, café and bar (Las Américas, La Hispaniola and El Galeón, respectively). The theme does not stop there, however. The façade consisting of polished and unpolished granite recalls a ship's keel.
This one-star hotel is found on one of Cáceres' most important streets for shopping. It occupies a completely remodeled 17th century palace. The attention to detail and tasteful decor are certainly well above its one-star rating. Seven of the guest rooms have their own lounge, while there are several social lounges throughout the hotel. Room service is available from midday to midnight. There is heating throughout and a laundry service, while the rooms have satellite TV.
This two-star hostel is found in a centric part of the city. It is also quite close to the central bus station where most of the buses that run through Cáceres stop at one point or another. Cánovas Park is also only 5 minutes away as is La Madrila district, Cáceres' main nightspot area par excellence (especially at weekends). The hostel has a medical service, and all the rooms have telephones and heating, though no air-conditioning. Credit cards are not accepted at the hostel, though you can make your reservations via travel agent's (and so use your card).
Inaugurated in 1999, this four-star hotel is one of the city's newest. It is also unique in that the hotel as such is small, with only 18 guest rooms. Nevertheless, service is professional and the rooms are actually quite spacious, so much so that guests will feel like kings or queens. Other attractive features include a spiral staircase and canopied beds. This hotel is definitely recommended for locals and visitors alike, especially those who want a nice setting for an unforgettable evening.