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With a stay at Hotel Castillo de Ateca in Ateca, you'll be 15.1 mi (24.3 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 9.4 mi (15.1 km) from Calatayud Municipal Museum. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Excellent hotel with cozy rooms, scenic views and friendly staff
Pros: Nice place in a small-medium village, not far from more touristic ones, but peaceful. Room ample and comfortable. Breakfast was good and dinner was fine. The owner was extremely friendly.
Cons: Just small details. Coffee machine based on capsules, good coffee but I prefer "normal" one. Smashed tomate for breakfast did not look too natural. Bedside lights only had one switch (that I could find), easy to fix,I think..
Pros: Perfect centrally located with views so that we could walk around Ateca. Extremely friendly hosts who were willing to take their time with us.
Cons: Breakfast was good although a little more variety of food would be nice and perhaps higher grade coffee.
Pros: Contemporary, comfortable hotel in the center of a small village. Not to be missed! Great food. Maria & Antonio attentive and friendly.
Cons: That I didn't stay longer.
Pros: The hosts were amazing,so was the food.The courtyard garden is lovely. Antonio made me a special G&T and wrapped me in a fleece blanket in the evening! As we were sat outdoors.He also gave us a large bar of chocolate as we left for our travels.Both him and his lovely wife are the perfect hosts.Such a peaceful place to stay.
Pros: the staff were very nice and helpful with everything. the breakfast was great. Lots of choice. the evening meal was superb. We enjoyed tapas the previous day at the local bar on the corner of the road in the village.
Pros: Easy parking. Ideal location in the centre of the town. Hosts were excellent with attention to detail. Could not do enough to make our stay very enjoyable.
Pros: Very pleasant place with castle, stork's nest, indoor courtyard and good restaurant.
Cons: Would have liked kettle for tea/coffee.
Pros: Home cooked food Staff very friendly
Pros: Staff very helpful, gave us advice for visits. Home-made food.
With a stay at Casa Blanca in Alhama de Aragon, you'll be 12.1 mi (19.5 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 14.2 mi (22.8 km) from Jaraba Fountain. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: If you only ever stay in one B&B in Spain, it has to be this. This man doesnt just run a B&B, he runs a masterclass in how to run a B&B. Tapas waiting for us when we arrived, with a bottle of wine. Excellent breakfast including scrambled eggs i'd trade my wife for. This man is a retired chef, this is fantastic cooking. Peaceful, quite location, stunning old house, nice cats, there is nothing you wont like.
Cons: Nothing. A suitcase full of money on the bed ?
Pros: Jesus the owner is absolutely lovely, very hospitable and nothing is too much trouble. The room was super comfortable, spacious and clean. The location is perfect for visiting the thermal lake and the Monasterio de Piedra park. Highly recommend if you’re visiting this area.
Pros: Jesus was great despite the fact he speaks no English and we speak no Spanish, we managed to communicate very well. He made us an amazing dinner and a great breakfast.
Pros: Jesus was extremely welcoming and friendly, his breakfast was superb.
Guests can grab a bite to eat in the restaurant or a drink at the bar and free WiFi is available. At Hostal El Bodegon, rooms have a wardrobe, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guests at the hotel will be able to enjoy activities in and around Ateca, like hiking. Calatayud is 15 km from Hostal El Bodegon, while Alhama de Aragón is 13 km from the property. The nearest airport is Zaragoza Airport, 93 km from the accommodation.
Cons: although the owner can't be blamed for the weather conditions,(we had 34C° in the shade)some air conditioning device would had been very welcome !
Pros: Nice staff
Cons: Room was really small
Pros: The residents very nice. Nothing to do in the area, maybe hikers, nature lovers, park nearby was closed.no one to at the place . We had to wait more than 2hrs.
Cons: Reception.not recommendable
Pros: Basic and cheap for traveller.
Cons: I was on the top, fourth , floor and no lift. Not at all suitable if elderly or informed.
With a stay at Hotel Balneario Alhama de Aragon in Alhama de Aragon, you'll be 11.3 mi (18.2 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 12.7 mi (20.4 km) from Jaraba Fountain. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Planning an event in Alhama de Aragon? This hotel has facilities measuring 9038 square feet (840 square meters), including conference space. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Staff friendliness, comfort of the beds, blackout curtains.
Cons: Very noisy and uncomfortable air conditioning. Empty minibar (except two small bottles of water that turned out to be courtesy of the hotel), no laundry service, check-in procedure too long (re-registration of credit card), breakfast was absolutely below standard of four star hotels. Btw. do not buy the slippers from the Spa, they are absolutely ridiculous!
Pros: Cosy, small town with historical church in the center. We chose to have dinner outside of the hotel. There were not many choices but we found a cosy local restaurant with quite good food but not cheep.
Cons: The hotel had no charm, rooms very simple, terrible pillows. Breakfast quite good choice but no vegetables.
Pros: One night stay, nice placr
Cons: Smells humidity and very poor breakfast
With a stay at Hotel Parque - Balneario Termas Pallares in Alhama de Aragon, you'll be 11.4 mi (18.3 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 12.8 mi (20.6 km) from Jaraba Fountain. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: A nice 19th century building with art nouveau room furnishing, the hotel keeps many signs of its previous glory, such as very large hallways, spacious rooms and bath rooms, the usual statues of nymphs, Baden-Baden or Marienbad on a small scale. It could have great flair. The village is cute, with several nice country restaurants. The surroundings are also nice. There are nice walks to do in the vicinity. The whole place is quiet and peaceful.
Cons: By and large, my stay was not unpleasant. But it was damaged by an accumulation of annoying details. I was surprised to find that my booking gave me only very limited access to the thermal facilities: Free access to the thermal lake and access for about one hour to a thermal bath with not very hot water, a few massage jets, and a tepid Hamman. Getting access to these limited facilities required registering in advance at a specific office, in another building than the registration desk. The registration process, both for the room and for the thermal access, was very slow and cumbersome. My bathroom was very large but looked more like a hospital facility than an hotel bathroom, covered as it was wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling with linoleum. The grandeur of the place was not helped by water stains and peeling paint in the hallways. Most restaurants looked like overpriced cafeterias – I didn’t try them. The place certainly needs refreshing. It should decide whether it wants to become a somewhat depressing, low cost venue or maintain a bit of its ancient glory. Even without investing, an efficient manager could do much to improve the guests’ experience, e.g. by streamlining the registration procedure.
Pros: The place itself looks a bit tired, but it really is wonderful. Very comfy beds and room facilities. The lake is amazing, with fish and you are entitled to use it all day after you have checked out.
Pros: Lagos is perfect
Cons: In the room wasn’t glass, strange..
Pros: This isn’t a luxury hotel but it has history and faded charm. The lake and the gardens are lovely, the treatments are very good and it’s good value for money.
Cons: The whole place could do with some investment and there are vast empty rooms which are rather lovely but could be put to better uses.
Pros: This hotel must have been a knock-out in its heyday, probably in the XIX century. Located in the Aragonian rugged country, there is some spectacular scenery around.
Cons: The major feature of the locale is the swimming pond. It’s a pond, not a pool. Its water is surprisingly warm. Unfortunately the surrounding lawn is withering and dusty.
Pros: A paradisíac place
Cons: The price is high
Pros: The place seems lost in time. Charming.
Pros: Almost everything
Cons: Couldn't find it .Booking.com gave address of another hotel in the town with virtually the same name. Very annoying.
Pros: It is a beautiful place and very well kept. The views are lovely.
Cons: We liked everything about the place. Strongly recommend it.
Pros: Nice place
Cons: Breakfast: quality, no natural juice, service Aquaterm: the sauna smells horrible
With a stay at Hotel Termas - Balneario Termas Pallarés in Alhama de Aragon, you'll be 11.3 mi (18.2 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 12.7 mi (20.4 km) from Jaraba Fountain. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
Pros: Amazing place to relax, enjoy the spa and the natural environment, and the charming buildings.
Pros: the Hotel was quite old fashioned which we liked, the restaurant staff were friendly and the food was good. we would have liked to use the facilities but couldn't. (see the next section)
Cons: I know its quite British to expect another country to speak your language but I do expect it of an Hotel. the reception could not speak any English so could not explain the facilities and hoe to use them , as they seem to have specific rules which we couldn't understand we could not use the spa etc , the whole point of going there
Pros: This was a two day stop over on way to Southern Spain. Very Spanish experience - we really enjoyed the spa which was like a Roman bath and children were enchanted by swimming in the lake. We can’t speak Spanish but the staff were all super helpful. Would definitely stay here again.
Cons: The restaurant food was fine but not exceptional - but it was quick, friendly staff and there was a great kids menu so overall great for our purposes.
Pros: Beautiful place - a step back in time.
Cons: Poor Internet. Had to rent towels and not great explanation on check in how it alll works (for foreigners).
Pros: Not worth the price
Pros: Everything, it’s unique and one of its kind!
Pros: very nice the thermal lake very fun for the kids
Cons: some areas are aging a bit.
Pros: room is ok
Cons: the so-called spa is a little bit disappointing and the breakfast is very simple. And the lake is without depth warning sign. They really could make things better.
Pros: The hotel has very little to recommend it and I would advise people looking to stay in the area to look elsewhere
Cons: 35 min check in Receptionist was constantly on the phone during the check in procedure The room had not been cleaned and the toilet was blocked , the latter created a foul odour in the room When we naturally complained we were moved to a much smaller room in which the AC did not work - it was 40c outside! We asked for the AC to be fixed but it barely worked and was so noisy we had to turn it off
Pros: Excellent calming stay!
Cons: Everything was great!
With a stay at Hostal restaurante Avenida in Alhama de Aragon, you'll be 11.2 mi (18.1 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 12.6 mi (20.3 km) from Jaraba Fountain. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at Villa Pachita in Alhama de Aragon, you'll be 11.7 mi (18.8 km) from Monasterio de Piedra and 13.1 mi (21.1 km) from Jaraba Fountain. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: We got there and the room wasn't super clean and it smelled like sewers. The decoration wasn't renovated since the seventies and we had to literally sleep with our clothes on because it was freezing despite the heaters being on. The owner was kind and offered help in getting there and gave us a ride to the train station, but it was not worth the money we paid. Wouldn't come back, wouldn't recommend the place.
Pros: The very friendly,accommodating staff
Cons: Maybe have a light outside the door b
Pros: Really good public bath just across the road
Cons: The room smelled od mold and sewage, probably because the toilet seat was loose, towels smelled murky,, walls were paper thin and so was the door, the reception door couldn't be closed and there was no personnel, so the only barrier between my stuff and the world was 2mm of. Murky wood, there were ants in the room and on the beds,
Pros: It was a very quaint property but was let down by the beds being rather short (I'm only 5'6") and the breakfast was bought croissants; fine but not great. Staff were incredibly friendly and helpful. Location was good with great local tapas bars nearby. For the price, it was very good value.
Cons: Beds and breakfast. Beds too short (I think they were children's size beds and we're two adults). Breakfast was okay at best.
Pros: Beautiful location in Spain
Cons: When we arrived the owners of Villa Pachita met us. They spoke no English and we spoke no Spanish. Via their interpreter on the telephone they offered us an apartment in the town instead, explaining they had many children staying; we accepted this. The apartment was interesting. Family pictures on the walls, plenty of crockery in the cupboards but no cutlery, a bottle of champagne in the fridge, dirty glasses in the cupboard. We were told to contact Pascual the following day. When we did he had no idea what we were talking about when we told him we'd stayed the night before and needed to pay. We finally met a Spanish cleaner on the stairs who mimed we should pay her the 49€......I guess the owner received it but who knows?