The hotel stands on the site of what was once the palace of the Marquis de la Romana, formerly Infantes or Gramática School. This splendid 16th-century architectural work is connected to the former San Juan Bautista Hospital, a 15th-century structure which today serves as the parador's courtyards. The entire complex was an important place of learning for medicine, surgery and grammar.
Highlights include the garden, a fine area of native plants, flowers, trees and fountains, the Mudejar style courtyard populated with lovely lemon and orange trees, the secluded swimming pool, fireplace room and large interior rooms.
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