Description Maria Cristina
- Although the hotel was opened in 1986, the history of the building goes back to the XV century, when it was founded as the St. Lazaro's Hospital. It was used later as an orphanage. The hotel took its name from Queen Cristina, who lived in it for a while. It stands next to Tavera Museum and the Bollring, close to the Bisagra Door. The hotel features 73 air-conditioned rooms equipped with a full bathroom with a hairdryer, satellite TV, data port, radio, direct dial telephone, automatic alarm clock and a mini-bar. We invite you to our famous restaurant - 'El Abside', which is the ideal place to savour a homemade cooking of great quality and an excellent service. Guests will also find our halls, ideal for all kind of celebrations, seminaries, conventions and courses. We can add, if you request it, an extensive range of complementary services such as a hostess, simultaneous translation, audio-visual kits and everything your events may require. The hotel has facilities for physically disabled guests. Other amenities include bar, parking, Jacuzzi, massage and a laundry. Major credit cards are accepted.