noun, plural pa·ra·dors; Spanish pa·ra·do·res [pah-rah-th aw-res] /ˌpɑ rɑˈðɔ rɛs/.
- paradise regained,
- paradise valley,
- paradoxical contraction,
- paradoxical diaphragm phenomenon
Origin of parador
Examples from the Web for parador
There is no gilded luxury in a Parador, but at least we felt sure we were welcome.Northern Spain|Edgar T. A. Wigram
The landlord of the Parador was a jovial, bustling man—a type not Spanish but purely Catalan.The White Plumes of Navarre|Samuel Rutherford Crockett
A parador is a hotel where the diligences stop for meals, and may also be a fonda.