Here is where they offer a tasting menu with a singing workshop lyric tenor by Alonso Torres, two hours of opera, with a great menu (Iberian conference, pheasant pate, raspberry gazpacho, cod with mustard mousseline, Iberian sirloin, all for 36 €
We were taken by Hotel Casa Don Fernando from the very first instant. First of all, it’s located in the heart of Cáceres, near Plaza Mayor (in one of Spain’s most beautiful historic districts) and we were really wowed by the wonderful decoration and service.
The rooms are comfy and quiet and the bathrooms are large. They offer family rooms which are perfect for couples with kids. One of them is in a cute attic room with a wood-slat ceiling. There is free wi-fi in all the rooms and it runs with a code you need to renew every hour. There isn’t a restaurant but there is a colorful tapas bar where you can try all kinds of well-prepared snacks.
Highly recommended. The hotel has every comfort and is in an unbeatable location.
This hotel is located in downtown Cáceres only a few meters from the Plaza Mayor. It has everything you’d expect from a 4-star member of the NH chain.
The rooms are spacious, comfy, light, and modern, but still retain that classic touch you’d expect from a renovated 16th century palace. The bathrooms are very functional and modern, although the shower walls are quite low and the bathroom can get wet when you shower.
But, it’s the details like the wooden ceilings and the rustic objects scattered around the hotel that really create an agreeable atmosphere.
The breakfast buffet, starting at 16€, is typical of the NH chain. It offers fresh fruit, juice, milk, pastries, bread, yogurt, and savory treats that you can order directly from the kitchen. It was very complete and tasty. All in all, the hotel is pretty, well-located, and has a delicious breakfast.
The whole hotel smells of soap, which is good as you know it is clean. They lift is large enough to go in with large suitcases. If you book a room with breakfast included, you will enjoy a mini buffet which is very varied (I would say 6 out of 10). The front desk staff are very friendly and you can ask them any questions about where to go or where to eat. The room was an average size and was spotless. Ours was facing the street which was a little seedy at night, but it was quiet, so it did not matter much.
A historical palace. History and art have come together to restore this historic building in the city and turn it into a design hotel and home to the famous restaurant, which is called Atrium, with its two Michelin stars. Stone is not lacking, but they have added white concrete pillars to one of the existing courtyards, which gives access to the hotel. At street level there are two pools in the backyard. Upstairs, the terrace is overlooking the Piazza San Mateo. In the rooms everything is made of recycled of materials, oak wood painted white, black granite from Zimbabwe. Cobblestone and Granite is used for the exterior pavement, exclusive designs in braiding. They also make use of Spare Fritz Hansen furniture, Frette linen, Limoges porcelain and even works of Warhol and Scully can be seen. The cellar, the true temple of the place, which houses the crown jewel: the best known collection of Château d'Yquem.
This hotel is located in Caceres, in its commercial center. It has rooms that are equipped with the best amenities that the client could need, always seeking the greatest possible welfare for their customers. The hotel offers its guests many services: restaurant, air conditioning, heating, Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. From the hotel, within a few minutes walk there is the Church of San Juan Bautista, the Arco de Santa Ana and Generala Palace.