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Parador de Zamora
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Reviewed 11 October 2013

This hotel is by far the worst Parador that I have ever stayed in. Having spent the previous night in Leon, which is absolutely fantastic with with the best food I have ever had in a Parador Hotel this place was a real contrast.
The food was dreadful, the veal which we had turned out to be nothing but gristle.
Parking is a major problem as space is tight and very limited. Staff morale would appear to be very low and I was totally unimpressed with the "know all" Manager.
As for Zamora itself, well I have never seen anywhere in Spain with so much graffiti, which is such a shame given the excellent historic buildings on view.
I would never return.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 October 2013

We were not aware when we booked that this was Fiesta weekend. The only downside to this was that odd roads around the square were closed which made it more difficult to find the hotel in the old city and the fact that we had to park in a public car park a few minutes walk away.

However, we were welcomed by the Deputy Manager, had our rooms upgraded to enormous suites and he came with us to show us the car park.

There were two weddings at the hotel as well but we were well looked after and the service was good.

Room Tip: Ask for the honeymoon suite"
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Budjuggler
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Reviewed 25 September 2013

The parador is a very tastefully converted 15th century courtyarded palace, with a tastefully added new wing. The place is full of character, even if the suits of armour seem a parador "standard" rather than anything relevant to the building. As you'd expect, service is excellent, although it certainly tends towards the the thorough rather than the brisk (there can be queues at check-in and check-out). The hotel seems to be fading slightly - for example the carpet in our room was very well-worn, and there were several large cracks on the tiled stairs up to our corridor (there was a lift, but generally not worth using since this was a flight of about 6 stairs). We did thoroughly enjoy everything about the stay, but we'd certainly have felt over-charged if we'd paid the full rate.
Large outdoor swimming pool only available in the summer period - we'd not spotted this restriction in the publicity, and were a week too late to try it!

Room Tip: Rooms in old part of the building have more character.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank George H
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Reviewed 12 September 2013

Great front desk staff caterer to your every need. Beautiful historic building in the center of the old town. On the lower scale of the parador chain. Parking is a little difficult but plenty of spots within a 5minute walk to the garage. Very few metered street spots that are for two hours at a time. Very nice pool. Rooms are in need of updating. Hair dryers are from a generation gone by. Bring your own. You will thank me. But if traveling to Zamora definitely worth the stay.

  • Stayed: August 2013
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Thank Agrouzis
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Reviewed 17 August 2013

This parador is in a 15th century palace! I loved the suits of armor and other period touches, the lovely cloister, and the tapestries, yet again having lots of modern amenities. It was also a treat to be right in the heart of old town. We loved being able to walk to beautiful views over the river, to the ruins of the old castle fortress, to the cathedral, to the main square and lots of tapas bars. In the early evening the whole town was out walking in the customary tradition. This parador also has a beautiful pool though it was too chilly to swim when we were there.

  • Stayed: June 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank Knierim
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