The Hotel Albarragena, set in a late 18th-Century house, offers a delightful space next to Plaza Santa Clara and the old quarter of the city ideal to explore Cáceres.
Dating from at least as early as 1775, the features of this house give us an insight into the architecture of the time.
Beyond the spiral staircase, other fixtures include the white granite window and door lintels, elegant wooden floorboards and impressive fireplaces. Most stunning of all are the beautiful stained glass windows, originally designed by renowned local glasswork artists.
The Albarragena also boasts the “Torre de Albarragena” restaurant, a large tapas bar “La Caballeriza”, and the shop “La Despensa de Albarragena”, selling a fine sample of local produce.
Whilst enjoying your trip into history, keep up-to-date with email using the free Wi-Fi service throughout the hotel. Alternatively, simply sit back and relax in the garden-terrace, social room, or in the small library.