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Hotel Casa Don Fernando
The classiest midrange choice in Cáceres, this boutique hotel sits on Plaza Mayor directly opposite the Arco de la Estrella...
Just down from Plaza de España, these appealing and spacious apartments sit above a quality restaurant and are very well kept. They have two double bedrooms, and extra beds can be added for kids as needed...
Hospederia Del Real Monasterio
Centred on the Real Monasterio's beautiful Gothic cloister, this old-fashioned hotel gives you the chance to live it up in a national monument without paying parador-style prices...
Parador De Plasencia
This parador is a classic – still oozing the atmosphere and austerity of its 15th-century convent roots, with massive stone columns, soaring ceilings and a traditional Renaissance cloister...
Hotel Plaza Grande
The genial owner has created a gem of a hotel here, right on Plaza Grande and quite a bargain. Go for room 108, with its corner balconies overlooking the plaza (room 208 is the same but with windows instead of balconies)...
Hotel Huerta Honda
There are two grades of rooms here: standards are contemporary, stylish and supremely comfortable, with lots of browns and beiges; while 'Gran Clase' are sumptuous, with four-poster beds, timber ceilings and antiques...
Apartamentos Rurales La Platea
Several agencies can arrange apartment rentals including La Platea.
Parador De Guadalupe
This place occupies a converted 15th-century hospital and 16th-century religious school opposite the Guadalupe monastery...
Hotel & Boutique Spa Adealba
This chic but cordial hotel occupies a 19th-century town house close to the Templo de Diana and does so with a classy, contemporary look...
Excellent value for this fairly standard Spanish hotel makes it a good Mérida deal. The location is central, and the service is friendly. The bar-restaurant serves a bacon-and-egg breakfast.
Hostal Alameda Plaza Mayor
Survive the puff-you-out climb to the 3rd floor, and this place is a good deal. There are six rooms recently refurbished with green paintwork, cool beige tiles and antiques. Go for spacious number 15 with its superb view of the square.
A rather uninspiring facade, a marble lobby with pseudo-Roman decor (including headless statues) and reasonable rooms are how we'd sum up this place...
Parador De Jarandilla De La Vera
Jarandilla de la Vera
Be king of the castle for the night at this 15th-century castle-turned-hotel. Carlos I stayed here for a few months while waiting for his monastery digs to be completed...
You can't miss the candy floss Modernista exterior of this atmospheric rambling hotel on the corner of a leafy square. Original tilework and green timber are evocative reminders of its former days as a grand private house...
The marble-clad rooms at this hotel open onto a central light-filled atrium with neoclassical columns and delicate wrought-ironwork. The rooms on the ground floor are more spacious...
Hotel Don Carlos Cáceres
Rooms are tastefully decorated with bare brick and stone at this welcoming small hotel, sensitively created from a long-abandoned early-19th-century house. There are two artists among the owner's family, hence plenty of original artwork...
The city's newest hotel is just 600m from the Teatro Romano and has a faux-temple exterior complete with columns. The rooms are modern, carpeted and comfortable with perks like a trouser press (no jeans please) and gleaming marble bathrooms...
Hotel Iberia Plaza Mayor
Located in an 18th-century former palace just off Plaza Mayor, this friendly and family-run 36-room hotel has public areas that look like an old-world museum piece, decorated with antique furnishings...
Parador De Caceres
A substantial makeover has given this 14th-century Gothic palace in the old town a swish modern look to its interiors, with bedrooms and bathrooms exhibiting a distinctively nonmedieval level of style and comfort...
Something of a concrete monster from street level, the four-star Zurbarán is considerably warmer and more attractive within. The majority of the rooms have been tastefully reformed, with lots of dazzling white and soft earth colours...
Hotel Alfonso Viii
Located on a busy street just outside the old city walls, this early-20th-century hotel offers well-equipped spacious rooms, though the decor looks a little tired. It runs a highly regarded restaurant.
Parador De Trujillo
No surprise that this parador is also a former 16th-century convent; there's an agreeable overdose in this town. Rooms are large with terracotta-tiled floors and understated historical touches. Go for the historical ambience, not the upbeat atmosphere...