The Parador is a bed and breakfast located in the historic Allegheny West section of the Northside.
Originally the old Rhodes mansion built in the 1870s, The Parador has undergone extensive renovations and now sports an Ernest Hemingway Key West look. The Inn features hardwood floors throughout, working fireplaces in each guest room, museum quality antiques as well as over fifty stained and leaded glass windows. Relax on one of the three porches: the front porch for pedestrian watching, the side porch for the late afternoon sun or the back verandah overlooking the garden. You can also lounge in the library, formal parlor, the Lake Worth sun room or in the garden. The Parador also has a 2,700 square feet ballroom in the carriage house for catered events.
The word parador comes from Spanish meaning "to stop" or "an Inn". The notion of "stopping" at a classic building converted to overnight accommodations dates back to 1926 in Spain.
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Off-street parking is available.