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We asked for a balcony or a view and got both! The staff were pleasant and efficient. The meal in the restaurant was very good We had agood sized bedroom.Parking nearby was easy. .
The breakfast is the most cheepest (and has a good quality) in the whole area. Rooms were clean and the swimming pool was ok The staf was not very helpfull and friendly.
Lovely hotel, lovely position, clean, quiet location, good base for touring the mountains looking for birds of prey. Bed very hard-personal preference is for softer bed-please remember that this is not the only hotel in the world with a hard bed !
When I am on business in this area I always stay at this hotel because it has free Wi Fi. The staff are all very friendly and extremely helpful.The hotel is very convenient for Olvera town and the surrounding villages are only a short drive away.The birds of Prey are still prevalent in the area an are a joy to behold. The food in the restaurant it not as good as it used to be...maybe they have changed their chef ! Parking is a bit tricky but you do expect that in any town hotel that does not have its own car park.
Very attentive and professional staff. We were very well looked after. The service and food in the bar and restaurant were excellent.
Very friendly staff, personal service, & although a simple Continental, breakfast was freshly made with the most fabulous, freshly squeezed orange juice & hot coffee....unlike a recent stay in a 5* hotel in Spain!
Nice ambiance and better than a 4 star hotel we stayed in in Jerez.
The hotel is in a good central location in Olvera...we had the most spectacular view of the Castle and Church from our room which was especially brilliant at sunset.The staff were friendly and helpful and the dinner waiter ( Paco ) excelled.The birds of prey in this area are a wondrous sight and on this trip we were privileged to see two Golden Eagles...the first I have ever seen...WOW..The other ornithological treat are the Griffin Vultures...there is a feeding station just outside Olvera where you can see these big beasties being fed,,,,another wow. One thing that I feel could be added to the rooms in this hotel are Tea/Coffee making facilities ( as with most of the hotels I have stayed at in this area ) .It is not a big deal for me as I always have my trusty travel kettle and a good brand of dried milk in my hand luggage.
Very friendly and helpfull staff. Very clean. Nice pool- kept very clean.
The staff were friendly & extremely helpful...& I have booked to return in 4 weeks time! Beautiful pool area & lovely ambience throughout. Also very well-priced. Decorated to fit in with its surroundings in this lovely town, one of the Pueblos Blancos. Highly recommended-a gem!
Warm friendly greeting by helpfull staff. A modicum of English spoken. Food and service very good in a rustic country style. All in all quite a comfortable stay. Only one criticism, our room anly loked onto an internal closed atrium so no views of the magnificent countryside.
the hotel was an old fashioned spanish hotel and we liked that was looking a bit tired and pool and area around it not open
The staff I met were very nice and friendly. I stayed there in November. The bar is very big and was extremely cold. The bedroom was also very cold - I left the heating on all night.
it is a limited place.
Nice people ok accomodation Bit far out of town
The staff (Rafael and Elena) was wonderfully helpful. We enjoyed learning more Spanish customs and language from them. It's not in the center of town, but on the outskirts. But it was a beautiful place.
For us the location was perfect, and the staff were excellent
The staff was very welcoming despite our lack of Spanish and their lack of English The room next door was a bit noisy
Incredibly friendly staff, who quickly made you feel like a member of the family.
Hospitality, although English not spoken efforts were made to make us welcome Hotel was closed one night at 10.30pm after we had been out for a meal after trying all doors had to knock window to find someone to open the main doors