Parador de Calahorra

Elegance and splendour on the banks of the Ebro
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Parador de Calahorra

Paseo Mercadal, s/n 26500 Calahorra (La Rioja)

Register number: HLR-902

+34 941130358

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Elegance and splendour on the banks of the Ebro
Parador de Calahorra

The Parador de Calahorra is situated in the Valley of Cidacos, on the banks of the river Ebro. It’s an elegant building of reddish hues surrounded by a palm garden. Its comfortable rooms, meticulous decoration, and the cosy warmth of its lounge fireplaces make this accommodation an ideal family destination. There are halls for hosting events and celebrations, a cafeteria, a restaurant, a common lounge and a hotel car park.

Panorámica del Parador de Calahorra
Estatua de La Matrona y Parador Nacional de Turismo de Calahorra al fondo

It’s worth taking a stroll through Calahorra’s historical centre to gaze in awe at its Cathedral, the old Islamic quarter, the arch and the old Roman forum, the church of San Andrés, the Plaza del Raso and the municipal museum which houses the famous effigy, the Dama Calagurritana, or the Carmelite convent with an impressive Christ statue by the Baroque sculptor Gregorio Fernández.

Calahorra is also a wine-growing area. Head out to Aldeanueva del Ebro, a little more than fifteen minutes from the hotel, to visit the first Wine Museum in La Rioja Baja, located in La Ermita de Nuestra Señora del Portal; or explore fantastic wineries where the exquisite wines of La Rioja are produced.

For a family trip we recommend the Dinosaurs' Route. The footprints of these prehistoric animals can be seen in more than forty sites in the Calahorra region, in nearby towns such as Enciso and Igea.

Baño completo en suite del Parador de Calahorra

Rooms to dream about

The rooms at Paradores combine design and modern services to perfection. In each room you can enjoy the comfort and elegance of the design and furnishings, and the best views in destinations you will want to return to again and again.

Standard Double
Accessible Double
Superior Double
Junior Suite
Services and facilities

All the comforts you need

aire acondicionado

air conditioning



Caja fuerte

Laptop safe

conferencias y

Conferences and meetings


Gastronomic space

Facilidades de accesibilidad

Handicapped facilities



Tv en habitaciones

Flat screen TV


Outdoor parking



Servicio de habitaciones

Room service

Servicio de prensa y revistas digitales

Digital press and magazines service

Tecnología ChromeCast

ChromeCast technology


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The gastronomy of the Parador

The best regional cuisine in unique spaces

Paradores offers the exclusive experience of enjoying regional, local and local cuisine in unique spaces. Our cuisine is strongly linked to the places where the 98 hotels are located, presenting the best gastronomy from the different Spanish regions. Pioneers in local cuisine, we have reinforced our commitment to local products in search of the best raw material and reaffirming our commitment to sustainability.

Cordero lechal asado con patatas y pimientos de cristal en el restaurante del Parador de Calahorra

Take advantage of the Paradores offers

  • Now, being a Amigo de Paradores has even more benefits: 5% off the Parador rate for your online bookings.

  • 20% off on one-night's bed and buffet breakfast for two people + 1 entry per person to the spa circuit.

  • A night longer at a Parador can make a big difference.

  • Redeem your points for hotel stays

  • Enjoy a golf getaway with a one-night stay with breakfast and 18-hole green fee

  • What to do?
    Explore the surroundings in Calahorra

    The Parador de Turismo "Marco Fabio Quintiliano" pays homage to the bimillenary Calagurris Nassica Iulia, the Roman name by which Calahorra was known. A walk through its historic centre reveals the 12th-century Romanesque Cathedral, several other churches from different historical periods, and the Episcopal Palace, which holds numerous items such as fine gold ornaments, clothing, sculptures and paintings. There are also several museums, such as those dedicated to Romanisation or to Crops, and the Museum of Easter Floats, as Easter celebrations here have been declared a festival of National Tourist Interest.

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    Beyond the town centre, there are several other alternatives. The Dinosaur Route, a family favourite, takes visitors to the sites where traces of these prehistoric animals have been found. These are also unique places due to the nature of their surroundings.

    Calahorra is near Logroño, the provincial capital and one of the stops on the St. James’ Way. Here we find the Cathedral of Santa María la Redonda, which displays an image attributed to Michelangelo on its ornate façade. The Wine Route through the Rioja Alta or the Romanesque Route, of which there are great examples in the province, is also a must.

    Calahorra belongs to the Network of Spanish Jewish Quarters and is famous for its Jornadas Sefardíes festival in September. The area’s cuisine is another significant tourist attraction. Guests can visit the Pepper Fair in October, which marks the pepper harvest and take advantage of the Jornadas de la Cazuelilla in November, a tapas route through the city.

    Celebrate your event in our halls

    Salones Parador De Calahorra

    Salón Cidacos

    Maximum capacity :
    m²: 180

    Salones Parador De Calahorra

    Sala de Juntas

    Maximum capacity :
    m²: 32

    Salones Parador De Calahorra

    Sala Quintiliano

    Maximum capacity :
    m²: 32


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