Monasterio De Piedra

The hotel, historic, monumental

Today, this thirteenth century Monastery houses a beautiful hotel declared of Cultural Interest in the category of Monument. The impressive beauty of its different spaces will drive you to ancient times: the old cloister, the vaulted halls, the Renaissance staircase, the meeting and dining room known as “La Biblioteca” (“The Library”), or the amazing and unique Spa. So much beauty will make of your stay an unforgettable experience.

The hotel, enabled in the new cloister of the 17th century, right next to the old cloister, can accommodate up to 140 guests in its 62 rooms, which nowadays occupy what were the monks cells in ancient times. It also offers an outdoor pool in the summer, restaurants, several lounges just to relax, bars and beautiful halls were you may celebrate any kind of meeting or party. Additionally and within its walls, you can also enjoy the amazing Spa. In the surroundings, you will find large and stunning landscaped and forested spaces, with promenades and resting areas and of course, parking lots.


All Monasterio de Piedra Hotel rooms offer views to the Historic Garden Park, the Cloister or the Monument Hotel entrance. Decorated with a regional style, they all have a minibar, safe and private bathroom. Some rooms include a terrace overlooking the Historic Garden Park.

Guests also enjoy special prices on the Historic Garden Park access tickets.

Monasterio De Piedra

The 13th century walls of the Monastery hide more than 800 years of history since its Consecration in 1218. Within these walls, you can admire the main characteristics of the Cistercian architecture.

The Church, with an annexed cloister, is the central building. Around this cloister, the different monastic dependencies are arranged: Chapter Hall, warehouse, ancient kitchen of the monks, Refectory (monks dinning room), and Calefactory or heating room.

In Monasterio de Piedra you can also visit the Wine Museum (part of the Wine Route D.O. Calatayud), a display of real Carriages of the 19th century, and an interesting exhibition about the History of Chocolate, very related with the history of the Monastery.

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Calle Afueras
50210 AR ES
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