The charming 43-room conference hotel was built in 2010 on the ruins of the Palacio del Conde de Lemos, a building of civil architecture that dates back to a seventh century chapel. The reconstruction work in this fantastic hotel was based on quality and innovation. The project is designed as a destination for people who want to enjoy an exclusive level of service in a unique building of great historical and artistic value. Guests are welcomed in a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service. Additional features at this air-conditioned spa complex include a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, lift access, a newspaper stand, TV lounge, caf� and a restaurant. Business travellers are sure to appreciate the conference facilities and wireless Internet access. Room service and a laundry service are also provided, and those arriving by car may leave their vehicle in the hotel car park.
In addition to the standard hotel services such as restaurant, cafe, function rooms, etc., the Parador features a sauna, Jacuzzi, seasonal pool and Internet connection. The Condes de Lemos Palace houses the convention and banquet rooms. 1208AB
Situated at the highest point of the town of Monforte de Lemos is the San Vicente do Pino monumental complex, comprised of the Keep, the San Vicente do Pino Monastery and the Condes de Lemos Palace; the latter two house the Parador de Monforte's facilities. The origins of the monastery date back to the 9th century, although the current building, erected on the site of an earlier one, is Neo-classical and dates to the 17th century. The 16th century Condes de Lemos Palace, located opposite the monastery, was damaged by fire and then restored in the 18th century. The original doorway, with the shields of Lemos and the Castro y Osorio and Enriquez families has been conserved. Today, the palace houses the Parador's magnificent function rooms and dinning rooms. The monastery building contains a central Neo-classical cloister of finely-worked stone; it is the monument's most interesting area in terms of architecture, with an intelligent layout of slopes and curved channels in the central flooring that were used to collect rain water that was then stored in a cistern beneath the floor tiles. The monastery has been restored and converted into a Parador with 50 rooms distributed around the central cloister. There is also an annex building called the 'Casa del Monte Fuerte', with a capacity for 100 guests. In addition to the standard hotel services such as restaurant, caf�, function rooms, etc., the Parador features a sauna, Jacuzzi, seasonal pool and Internet connection. The Condes de Lemos Palace houses the convention and banquet rooms.