The former seventeenth-century convent in which the Parador de Lleida is located is just a few metres from the Calle Mayor, in the historic centre of the city.
The emblem of the city of Lleida is the ancient cathedral or Seu Vella, a Romanesque-Gothic construction built on a hill overlooking the city and a large part of the Segrià region. The rest of the old quarter is home to unique corners including the Plaza de Paería, the Seu Nova or New Cathedral and the Main Casino, of neoclassical style.
The rooms are distributed around a beautiful three-storey central cloister that leads to the church, now converted into a restaurant. The hotel offers a gym, common areas and multipurpose rooms for business meetings.
The monumental main dining room of L’Aplec Restaurant occupies the space of what was once the church of the old Roser convent, a spectacular setting in which to enjoy this benchmark of Lleida’s quality cuisine. Its specialities include cold meats and regional artisan cheeses with glass bread and tomato, snails a la llauna, Delta de l’Ebre mussels, xatonada, cod au gratin, veal cannelloni and duck magret.
- The convent building.
- The rooms.
- The restaurant and gastronomy.
- Value for money.