Parador de La Granja

The Royal Residence of La Granja is a beautiful small town just 11 kilometers from Segovia, at the foot of the Central System mountain chain. La Granja boasts a spectacular Parador housed in the Casa de los Infantes (House of the Infantes), built by Charles III in the 18th century as a home for the infantes Gabriel and Antonio, and the headquarters of the Guardia de Corps, which contains a modern conference and convention center, just 55 minutes from Madrid.

This exclusive location offers 16 meeting rooms with a capacity of more than 600 people. The décor is modern and the rooms are bright and comfortable, all located in a historic and natural setting. The hotel is in the heart of the Sierra de Guadarrama mountains, near the Royal Palace of La Granja, with its beautiful gardens and fountains, and the Royal Glass Factory, now the Museum of Glass, making it the perfect spot to rest and relax, enjoying the elegant beauty of the area.

La Granja is an enchanting place and the Parador allows you to enjoy it to the utmost. Modern facilities, including a spa and spacious, well-equipped guest rooms, make it ideal for conference tourism or for a romantic getaway with your partner. You will find it difficult to forget strolls through the gardens of the royal palace and the incredible show offered by the water flowing through the fountains.

Calle de los Infantes, 3 40100 Real Sitio de San Ildefonso Segovia
+34 921010750
Director: Alberto Zerbini

La Faisanera Golf Club

  • Opened: 2010
  • Designer: José María Olazábal
  • Number of holes: 18
  • Par: 71
  • Address: Ctra. CL-601 Segovia a San Ildefonso, Km. 7. Palazuelos de Eresma
  • Telephone: +34 921 474 212
  • Website:

A great course just minutes from our Paradores, which can be enjoyed by amateurs and professionals alike, where the personality of its designer, the two-time Masters winner and captain of the victorious 2012 Ryder Cup team, shines through. Prepared for hosting major national and international competitions, it was built in accordance with the parameters and recommendations of the USGA (United States Golf Association).

Both its creation and its subsequent maintenance involve the most demanding environmental protection measures, under a strict environmental monitoring programme, with special care for the protected ulmus-laevis (white elm) in the area and selective planting of the tree and shrub species found there. It is flat and therefore easy to walk, with an extraordinary structure of six par 3s and five par 5s.