Tucked in the lush Castile La Mancha countryside about 3.5 miles away from the city of Torrenueva, Hotel La Caminera comprises four towers that surround a central courtyard and promise a blissful, private escape.
While all rooms have been updated with modern furnishings and the service boasts the best of 21st-century hospitality, the architecture stays true to the region’s historic traditions, offering a truly authentic experience. After a morning out on the 18-hole golf course, grass football pitch or two paddle courts, and an afternoon spent mountain biking, hunting or working out in the state-of-the-art gym, be sure to relax by the pool or indulge in the hydrotherapy spa’s extensive menu.
C/ de la Vega – Camino de Altamar, s/n, Torrenueva, Ciudad Real, Spain
Hotel Manager Enrique Ruíz Herbello
TOP SUITE: SUITE PRESIDENCIAL LA CAMINERA
- Square footage: 883
- Nightly rate: About $1,193 (€900)
- Number of rooms in suite: Two
- Number of entrances to suite: One
Number of baths: One, plus a Jacuzzi room Suite style: Sleek, earth-toned comfort, complemented by stunning views from impressively sized windows
Key selling points: This inviting suite features a living room, dining area and a sunny bedroom terrace. An en-suite rain shower and hydromassage bath rejuvenate fatigued bodies, while two 42-inch LCD TVs with international channels provide endless entertainment. Tous bath amenities, a pillow menu and 24-hour room service round out the offerings.
Number of suites in hotel: Two
Spa La Caminera: Spanning over 8,600 square feet, this golf- view spa features a plethora of heated and cool pools with swan necks, water cascades and a Jacuzzi.
Offering an exten- sive selection of full-body and facial treatments, the tranquil oasis comes complete with thermal chairs, an aromatherapy steam bath, Scottish shower and Finnish sauna with LCD TV.
Most requested therapists: Ángela Navarro, Miriam Rodríguez
Signature treatment: Wine Seduction
Spa Director Ángela Navarro
Maese Pedro: Located on the main floor with magnificent views of the Manchegan fields, this restaurant serves up local prod- ucts like La Mancha cheeses with La Tierra de Castilla wines.
Don Fernando: This bar opens directly onto the outdoor pool terrace, boasting fabulous views of the golf course, mountains and hunting fields.
Manager Oscar García
La Caminera Golf: Designed to preserve the original landscape, this 18-hole course features narrow paths in a terrain naturally shaped by the winds.
Three lakes and a forest of olive trees make the course as beautiful as it is challenging.