If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Soria, look no further than Parador de Soria.
Close to some of Soria's most popular landmarks, such as Concatedral de San Pedro (0.3 mi) and Palacio de Los Condes de Gomara (0.4 mi), Parador de Soria is a great destination for tourists.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Parador de Soria offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Parador de Soria are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the steakhouses, including El Fogon del Salvador, El Meson Castellano, and Villa Del Almuerzo, all of which are a short distance from Parador de Soria.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Soto Playa.
The staff at Parador de Soria looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The Parador is sited high up above the town in a wooded public park. We spent two wonderful nights there, so 3 days in all. The access is easy with Google Maps, from the N234 main road. If you are coming on the N234 from the East, you cross an old stone bridge over the River Duero which has traffic light controls. 250m later on the right is the large terracotta-coloured cathedral, you turn immediately left at the traffic lights by the cathedral, then left again and follow the road. At two points there are signs to the parador, where you turn slightly off the wiggly road that you are on. If you are coming on the N234 from the West, or the N111 from the North joining the N234, you drive through the modern town then come to a downhill double bend. Immediately after that you come to the traffic lights just before the cathedral, turn right then left and continue as above. Don't miss the signs where you veer off the wiggly road to the Parador! By the side of the wiggly road, generally invisible, is a broad pedestrian boardwalk, a great walk down to the river, where you cross over on a footbridge and walk on the path in either direction along the river bank. The Parador is in a wooded public park, el Parque del Castillo, which basically are the hotel grounds. There are birds and squirrels, black squirrels!, the ruins of the town castle, an old water storage building, a monument to the poet Antonio Machado after whom the Parador is named, some statuary, and a tall column, rather like Nelson's Column, with a statue of Jesus of the Sacred Heart. Here and elsewhere there are wonderful viewpoints. As well as the boardwalk down to the river, there is also, on the opposite side of the park, a lovely footpath through the trees down to the town. Overall, this is a wonderfully sited Parador with excellent parking. We know 40 or so Paradores, this is now up near the top. Our room was fabulous, just fabulous! We were lucky in that we were there in November 2020 when there was a provincial lockdown, so there were only 6 rooms occupied, and we got upgraded from the Superior that we had booked to a wonderful Suite. Room 419. I believe that there 3 or 4 like this in the Parador. The receptionist told us that this was the room he personally would like to be in, if he were ever to stay here. I am not surprised, it was wonderful! It wasn't a conventional suite, in that it was only one room, but it was enormous, with large French windows giving onto a sheltered outdoor terrace with loungers, chairs, table and a great view of the cathedral, town and river. That was just one wall. The larger wall had an enormous floor to ceiling window with another stupendous view of the river, hills in the distance, forest. There was a sofa, arm chairs, and normal bedroom things as well as a very large bed, from which you had a lovely view of the sunrise if you hopped out to open the curtains before hopping back in. The bathroom was the size of a normal living room almost, with again floor to ceiling windows so you had the beautiful view as you lounged in the bath. No, no-one had a view of you, it was very high and not overlooked. :-) The reception staff were very helpful and pleasant, as were the restaurant waitresses. The only downside was that the food wasn't that marvellous, but I am not going to downgrade the Parador for that, I'll explain all that in my review of the restaurant. So a great Parador in a beautiful position in a lovely town.…
At this modern “parador“ everything is about the views. Doesn’t matter where you are, either the bar, the restaurant or your room, you’ll have amazing views over the city or river Duero. Located in a high park in the outskirts of the city, it takes less than 15 minutes walking to the downtown . Rooms are spacious and, as almost always is the case in Spain, spotless clean. Staff is very helpful and polite, and the measures taken in order to prevent Covid transmission make you feel safe at any time.
Exceptional in every way, highly recommend. Interesting historic buildings, all facilities were of a high standard as was the staff. Food was varied and good quality especially the breakfast. It won’t be my last visit.
Lovely Parador. Excellent accommodation and friendly and helpful staff. Good location for far reaching views . Free parking. Modern hotel but nicely laid out. Some rooms have balconies or enclosed balconies which are really attractive.
Situated on a hill close to the town. About 15 minutes safe walk to the center of the town. Rooms with a glass veranda where we could sit enjoying the view. We had lunch, very satisfied. The area is very nice for tracking and outdoor life.