Set in one of the first Cistercian monasteries of Spain in the Ribera village of Valbuena de Duero, Valladolid. The monastery dates from the XII century, it was built on the initiative of Estefania of Armengol, granddaughter of Count Ansúrez.
Today it has been turned into an impressive, stunning Hotel/Spa 5*, the Foundation of the Edades de Los Hombres Exhibition and is part of the Castilla Termal hotel chain. In 1931, it was listed as a Monument of Historic and Artistic significance and a place of cultural interest.
The first hotel/Spa 5* in Castile and Leon.
Castilla Termal opened its fourth hotel on July 11, 2015, within these walls. After investing €15 million, this was a special event on the 10th anniversary of the hotel chain.
With about 80 employees, expected to reach about 300 in 2016 with an increase in turnover of 41'5%. The hotel has 79 rooms, with spa services, fantastic food and wine. Thus, as part of the extraordinary wine route 'The Golden Mile Ribera del Duero', the hotel has two restaurants, coffee shop, wine cellar, an ecological vegetable and herb garden for use in their dishes, which they prepare as part of the Slow Food movement.
The thermal area covers 2,000 square metres; with swimming pool, contrast circuits and 16 cabins for their many treatment options.