Pros: Good accommodation & the area has some interesting places to visit. Room clean, good bathroom.
Cons: Very poor breakfast & very expensive for what was provided; toast was burnt, not offered a second cup of coffee or anything else. It was 20 minutes late in starting which was inconvenient for us.
Pros: Lovely hotel & staff - but restaurant was closed for evening for holiday so was everywhere else so could not get anything to eat!!! Should have let us know before so we could have made ...
Cons: No evening meal or any food available due to local holiday/ festival-definite room for improvement regarding customer welfare & communication prior to arrival!
Pros: Very atmospheric inn full of character which was reasonably priced. The drive from Najeera was spectacular.
Cons: The restaurant was closed on the night we arrived. There were no alternative open restaurants nearby. The wifi signal in our room was poor. We were the only guests. It is probably busier in the high...
Pros: It was a lovely design all the way through. Lift, excellent electronic points, comfortable bed with good quality linen.
Cons: Restaurant hardly open. The menu of the day was only served with red wine no options at all. They did make a meal for us one night and served it in breakfast room, which we appreciated, but the price ...
Pros: The house was charming but with no other guests & only one staff member who did everything we missed athmosphere. Very helpful though.
Cons: Too expensive for what it was. No help with how to occupy ourselves in this sleepy village.
Pros: The place is well designed and the windows are soundproof, so it is ok even if your room facing the street, The guy at the reception was super professional. The spa is private and really nice, but ...
Cons: The small TV and the village the hotel located in.
Posada Las Mayas is a great choice for a stay in Quintanar de la Sierra. Guests can indulge in spa services and enjoy local cuisine at Restaurante, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a spa tub, a steam room, and a terrace.
Pros: The write up says a la carte restaurant plastic table clothes no menu choice of two dishes ! ! On saying that I have to say the meal was first class. No one spoke English which we loved everyone was...
Cons: No air conditioning
Pros: The locals bar and comfy bed
Cons: Breakfast very limited for Northern Europeans
Pros: Everything except breakfast
Cons: Breakfast --croissant only
Offering an à la carte restaurant, Asador Hostal Taberna Moruga is located in Hortigüela. The rustic-style guest house features free Wi-Fi access and heated rooms with mountain views. Each bright room has a wardrobe and a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries. Kobe beef is a speciality at the guesthouse’s restaurant. Asador Hostal Taberna Moruga also offers a children's games room. You can find bars and a small shop in the village centre, as well as San Pedro de Ardanza Monastery. Hiking is popular in the surrounding countryside. Covarrubias is 8.1 miles from the property and Burgos is 30 minutes away by car.
Cons: There was no air conditioning or fan in the room which was very hot. The dinner was expensive for what we had. There appeared to be only one member of staff doing everything. He was not welcoming and...
Pros: Quaint hotel. The only staff member on duty was very nice - and from what we could see, she covered all the jobs at the hotel.
Cons: No AC or refrigerator in our room. Only one staff member - who checked us in, served at the bar, made our dinner, vacuumed the hotel, made our breakfast, and checked us out. Lovely person.
Pros: The bed was comfortable
Cons: This is not a good place to stay at. Echoing a review from last year one member of staff was lacking basic social skills and the evening was a bit of a comedy. He denied that we had made a booking but...
Pros: Small friendly hotel close to the Monastery and impressive Romanesque Cloisters
Pros: An excellent, rustic and character-filled motel / room. Large room with en-suite and a 'stick-your-upper-body-out' type open window that looked out into the town's main courtyard and ...
Cons: Nil - excellent motel and location!
Pros: Quaint and lovely. Thick stone walls, deep set windows with shutters. Plant on bathroom sill. Accommodated to my requests. Facilities were limited but staff made up for it in service. Staff carried ...
Cons: No elevator, so I requested room on first floor. Town lacked some facilities, but Tres Coronas hotel was charming.
Pros: Great location in the square Character property
Cons: Nothing to dislike
Pros: This hotel is small but there are many pretty things in there. People are very kind and likable. Este hotel es pequeño, pero hay muchas cosas bonitas en allí. La gente es muy amable y adorable...
Pros: Location. Staff were responsive and helpful with information.
Cons: Restaurant served tasty regional dishes but the bottom line price was too high for the quantity served. Unfortunately, there are not too many options in the village.
Hotel Tres Coronas De Silos is an 18th-century palace just yards from the famous Silos Monastery. It has free Wi-Fi. The interiors include stone, wood, stained glass and tiled floors. All rooms in the Tres Coronas De Silos have hydromassage showers, as well as satellite TV. Many have views of the monastery or the mountain. Tres Coronas De Silos has a restaurant serving regional cuisine. It specializes in dishes cooked in the wood-burning oven. The bar offers a range of cocktails. Hotel Tres Coronas De Silos can be found in the Plaza Mayor of Santo Domingo de Silos, a quiet town. The nearby Benedictine abbey is famous for its Romanesque cloister and Gregorian chant. Burgos is about 35 miles away.
Pros: Nice room - good hotel well located - outside facilities (pool and underground garage)
Cons: Air conditioning barely working - roof windows on the suite (we upgraded), lack of air during the night - lousy breakfast though cheap
Pros: Great to have a pool and underground car park was useful.
Cons: Finding the car park and generally getting around the hotel seemed to be complex - partly a language problem and partly the labyrinthine nature of the place.
Pros: Good location near central bar area, nice pool in secure and pleasant grounds, safe undercroft car park. Gregorian chant at the church 7pm every night.
Cons: Staff were mostly standoffish to say the least (lady owner was v pleasant though), didn't feel welcomed and didn't get extra pillows when I asked and aircon not effective as it was 32' so ...
Pros: Great value.
Cons: Can't expect much more for the low cost, cleanliness, and great location.
Pros: The friendliness of the staff
Pros: Hotel is in a good location and has the potential to be a decent hotel - but .....
Cons: Not run professionally - a proper manager needs to take charge of the restaurant / bar and provide a menu and service up to the standards that a hotel of that standard (3 star) ought to convey. ...
Pros: Location was good.
Cons: TV didn't work. I couldn't be communicated with the stuff in English.
Pros: Everything location Little pool people
Cons: Walk through street to pool
Pros: Very good location in a nice little village.
Cons: Rooms were velux windows which didn't open. Very hot at night and felt claustrophobic. The hotel rooms were a short walk down a street to the pool and car park. It didn't help that I gave my ...
Santo Domingo de Silos is set in a cobbled street opposite the Santo Domingo de Silos Monastery. It offers a bar-café and restaurant, 24-hour reception and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. All of the rooms at Santo Domingo de Silos have a full bathroom, a TV, a hairdryer and a telephone. Many come with a hot tub and all are heated. The Mudéjar restaurant specializes in grilled meats, including suckling pig, lamb and kid. As well as the café, there are 3 private dining rooms for events and conventions. Santo Domingo de Silos is situated in the heart of the province of Burgos, surrounded by green areas. Burgos Airport is 28 miles away.