With a modern decor, a top-rated restaurant, and a well-trained staff, the Atrio is the Paradore de Cacares’ main competitor for high-end travelers, and also its diametric opposite. Here, instead of suits of armor, original works from Andy Warhol stare out as guests wander by. Guest rooms are light and airy, with white plank walls, shiny wood floors (they’re lit by floor-to-ceiling windows in some rooms), and groovy, 70s-style lamps. Cushy white duvets cover the beds. To make the experience of staying here more immersive, the hotel sells packages that include meals and personally guided tours of the area.