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Palace of La Cotilla and Chinese Room

Palace of La Cotilla and Chinese Room

Civil architecture

Opening hours: Fridays and Saturdays, 10.30 am to 2pm; 4.30 to 6.30 pm (Winter); 5 to 7 pm (Summer). Sundays and Public Holidays, from 10.30 am to 2 pm.

Direction: Plazuela del Marqués de Villamejor, s/n, Guadalajara.

Telephone: 949 887 099

Web: Visit the website

Doctor Benito Hernando Street, parallel to Teniente Figueroa Street, leads to the small Square of La Cotilla, where we find the palace of the same name.

Entry ticket: 1€ (monument included in Guadalajara Card).

The construction of this house of the Torres family dates back to the 16th century, evidence of which we see in the main entrance and in the central patio where we can see the influence of the building plan of Lorenzo Vázquez in 1500.

Chinese Room

At the end of the 19th century, the Marquises of Villamejor, following the fashion of the times in Europe, added an oriental touch to the decoration of the palace. Despite the passing of the years and the fluctuating changes in taste, the rice wall paper in the Chinese Room is exceptionally well preserved. The style is rare in Spain, adding to its value.

360º virtual tour


  • Outside route with difficulties
  • There is a step up at the main entrance
  • Lift to upper floor
  • WC with facilities for the disabled

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