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(Spanish context only) State hotel or lodge; inn (for eating)
Explanation: The "paradores" in Spain are a network of rehabilitated historical buildings (palaces, convents, etc.) which have been made open for public lodging and generally offer a very high (and expensive) category of services.
Parrot Spain Local time: 17:18 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 7645
Explanation: parador : Inn
Pero si dices por el contenido del original que son como bares en la playa , pues lo unico que yo puedo encontrar que hay en Ingles son "Beach bars". O lo que en el sur de espana se le llaman "chiringitos", pues son como restaurantes muy pequenitos con barra con un menu limitado de comida, o tapas.
Espero que esto te ayude ;-)
Explanation: There are two meanings for this word. The most widespread use in Spain is a state-owned hotel, that are almost always national historic monuments, but there is also the other use, outside of Spain, which seems more like what you are looking for.