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Antolin Guest House is located in Minaya, 45 km from Belmonte. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Antolin Guest House features free WiFi throughout the property. A flat-screen TV is featured. Alarcón is 37 km from Antolin Guest House, while Villarrobledo is 24 km from the property.
With a stay at Hotel Castillo in Villarrobledo, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Ramon and Cajal Plaza and Church of San Blas. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Free coffe any time!
Pros: Everything else was great.
Cons: The train was a little close but at least it is a relatively quiet train.
Pros: The room was very spacious and comfortable. Location amazing will come back if visiting Villarrobledo again. Thanks
Cons: Have more shelves or cupboards in bathroom as it is too big but no much space to leave your stuff.
Pros: Pleasant, helpful staff. Excellent value for money. Secure parking. Good evening meal in the restaurant. Basic continental breakfast but only cost 3.50. Good hotel for an overnight stop en route through Spain. Don’t be put off by the hotel facade and quiet town location. Once inside, very modern and welcoming.
Cons: Nothing to dislike for us
Pros: Nice and confortable room. Quiet place. Wonderful dinner and breakfast!
Pros: Everything was recent in good condition.
Cons: Nothing really negative to note.
With a stay at Hotel Juan Carlos I in Villarrobledo, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Church of San Blas and Ramon and Cajal Plaza. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-in, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and a meeting room. Limited parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great Hotel.
Pros: Driving through a rather scruffy Villarobledo I was not looking forward to finding my overnight accommodation at all. But what a lovely surprise it was to turn the corner and see Plaza Ramon y Cajal with its huge church, lovely two-storey arcaded ajuntamiento and selection of bars and restaurants. I parked my car in the Plaza underground public car park and walked to the hotel. I booked in and walked my case and bags from the car and via the small lift into my room on the third floor which was very comfortable with a terrace looking onto the side street. There is an exterior terrace with tables and chairs on the third floor with a magnificent view over the Plaza. The hotel has a smart, rather formal, ground floor bar and exterior terrace with excellent service which I was told served snacks and where I had my coffee and croissant the next morning. I was not able to have dinner there (not sure whether there is actually a restaurant or whether it was just closed) so I had a lovely meal in a restaurant in the plaza. With the hotel’s discount, parking under the plaza was just 6€ (it is not private parking as was indicated in the Booking.com description). I had a very pleasant and comfortable stay here and would certainly recommend the hotel to others.
Cons: Strangely, the shower had a habit of running hot then cold. Manageable once you got used to it.
Pros: Location was excellent
Cons: Maybe a little dated but with character
Pros: Very good location PLEASANT and Helpful Staff
Cons: WE WERE THERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT ON BOTH OF THESE NIGHTS THERE WAS A NIGHT CLUB NOT TOO FAR FROM THIS HOTEL AND THE NOISE WAS A PROBLEM FROM THE STREET AND THE NIGHT CLUB IT IS NOT THE FAULT OF THE HOTEL WE REQUESTED A QUIET ROOM AND WE DID GET A VERY NICE ROOM
Cons: The owner was very rude to my family who are locals in the town. The room stinks like poop. The toilet didn’t have water on the first day. I notified the problem, later on the day I checked the toilet was working, but the once the water yank was full the water keep running.
Pros: Attractive hotel set in a nice square with several bars and a huge beautiful church opposite.
Cons: The restaurant wasn't open the evening we were there.(A Monday.)
Cons: The showerhead did not move and it was right under the pipes hard to take a shower
Pros: All! I recommend this hotel.
With a stay at Casa Lorenzo in Villarrobledo, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Plaza Constitucion and Ramon and Cajal Plaza. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 4 meeting rooms available for events. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Excellent wine, serrano and grilled meat.
Pros: the mattress and the bath room. The staff was very friendly and polite
Cons: very very noisy rooms and the restaurant. I'd not eat there again. We paid 9 euros for two coffees and one and a half toasts of a horrible bread.
Pros: Everything was very good. Location perfect - very close to the highway. Room comfy and clean. Staff very friendly and welcoming guests with big smile. Fully recommended.
Cons: Nothing to mention!
Pros: Lovely comfortable and clean bedroom. Nicely furnished, large bathroom.
Cons: Restaurant was closed as only open towards the weekend apparently. Bar was adequate but very noisy so after our meal we decamped to the reception area for coffee.
With a stay at Hotel Ideal in Villarrobledo, you'll be just steps from Ramon and Cajal Plaza and Church of San Blas. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: The Room
Cons: The breakfast
Pros: Well situated in bright and noisy town centre, restaurants around and masses of children enjoying themselves.
Cons: Ask for a room away from the noise of the Friday night disco
Cons: We booked 2 rooms, one triple room and one single room, but we got two double rooms and to be worse they were in the basement without windows!!! How is this possible? I spoke about this with the staff of the hotel and they gave me just 1 double room in the 1 floor, the other one was still in the basement. The room on the first floor was acceptable but in the basement not. And to be worse there was loud music coming from the street until 4.00 in the morning.
Cons: A bit weary and noisy
Pros: Friendly staff, pet friendly without extra charges, good price quality relation, recently renovated so felt fresh and new. Spacious rooms.
Cons: Breakfast consisted just of dry pastries full of sugar and some toast. No self service so we had to wait for coffee and the toast because there was only one woman doing everything and obviously she could not serve everyone at once. The shower screen was too short so water ended up on the floor and the sink was tiny. No hair dryer.
Pros: Good location
Cons: Bedroom cold
With a stay at Bodega la Venta in Casas de los Pinos, you'll be 11 mi (17.7 km) from Found Object Museum and 13.3 mi (21.3 km) from El Salvador Church. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We liked the decorations . There was a mix up with the reservation but the manager upgraded us to a "suite ". She was very friendly.
Cons: Noisy location outside and in. We probably had 3 hours of sleep. You could hear everything from our next door neighbor's. Plus the floors were wooden and very squeaky. very expensive menu/breakfast.
Pros: Absolutely everything from the politeness and smiles of the staff, exceptional food and ambience topped off with a stunning room with all the creature comforts. Thanks to you all, you got our holiday off to a perfect start. !!
Pros: It was a really Spanish hotel very good.
Cons: Handle on the bath Only one glass in room to drink from
Pros: Everything was perfect. This was my second stay but my husband's first and I was so pleased he loved it as much as me. The decor, the staff, the food, the cleanliness, the enclosed secure parking and of course the price. Couldn't fault anything except perhaps the lighting in the room, other than that a great stay..
Pros: Old fashioned and traditional
Cons: Restaurant not open so ate in bar
With a stay at Casa Rural Casa De Los Acacio in San Clemente, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Found Object Museum and Ermita de Rus. Featured amenities include luggage storage and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Even though I arrived very late, the owner was very friendly and helpful. He even carried my bag to my room.
Cons: Attitude of manager. On arrival he asked if I worked for ISIS, as a joke. I didn't find it funny. Without a prompt, he gave his opinion on Brexit and other matters which was unnecessary.
Pros: Lovely old spanish hotel, beautiful interior and garden space. The pool is a bonus and parasol, chairs and pool towels all provided. Home made breakfast of toast,tomatoe,cakes, jam, coffee and juice. Very friendly hosts.
Cons: The restaurant we went to last year and liked had changed hands so tried a different one this year which was a wine bar. The wine bar was ok but a little bit fast foody.
Pros: I stayed here for the first time last week. San Clemente is a small town, but this casa is well located near the centre. There is street parking all around, but the casa has a small courtyard for a few vehicles and many motorcycles. The house itself is 17th century. It is delightfully quirky, and has been in the family for many years. It has been maintained in character, and is very clean. The owners are extraordinarily helpful, and speak excellent English. The rooms are surprisingly large with good en suite bathrooms. WiFi is fairly quick given the thick walls, and there is a television too. Rooms also include a minibar and air conditioning. Outside there is a private garden with swimming pool and a barbecue area for the warm months of the year. As expected, it is very quiet at night. A comprehensive breakfast with local and homemade produce is available between 9 am and midday. In the evening, I went to Saboreate in the centre of town. Although it looks like a delicatessen shop, it serves local food, and is delightful. Interesting beers and wine are available. (Owner speaks good English). I would definitely stay here again.
With a stay at Hotel Viñedos y Bodegas El Castillo in Villarrobledo, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Plaza Constitucion and Church of San Blas. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Dinner was excellent, menu options however very limited, room decorations also agreeable and recently redone,
Cons: There is a safety risk with the light in the floors, at night floors are dark until someone passes and the lights flash up, too bad if you are still walking in the dark and meet some unexpected steps, this is really serious, breakfast was fair but started way after being promised
Pros: Love the hotel, beautiful building, friendly staff.
Cons: The location is very industrial very dark and smelly.
Pros: Absolutely perfect!
Pros: Staff and dinner
Cons: Pool was green, appeared closed when we arrived. Breakfast nothing special.
Pros: A great place, friendly on arrival, nice clean room and comfy bed. Dining was excellent thanks to a very good waiter. Very fair price all round. I would be happy to return only next time I will be better informed regarding when and what to expect regarding breakfast.
Cons: Breakfast staff rude and obstructive. I had been told at reception the evening before that breakfast was 07:30 and made appointments for the day based on that information. At 07:30 the woman was still sorting out the food and refused to listen to my explanation or do anything about it. As far as she was concerned breakfast was at 8. I left having had a bruised banana and a cup of coffee the latter grudgingly provided. I stopped off and got something better and served with a smile on my journey.
Cons: limited english
Located in La Roda, Flor De La Mancha is within a 15-minute walk of Canada Park and Paseo Fountain. Featured amenities include laundry facilities and lockers. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Everything else. Spotlessly clean. Fantastic Spanish style bedrooms.
Cons: stair carpets need replacing... more than a little worn.
Pros: Comfortable beds
Cons: Heating was poor
Cons: Very Spanish
Pros: Good hotel for a one night stop en route to Murcia. Beautiful comfortable room with a terrace. Private car park.
Pros: The ground floor is 100% Spanish. Bullfighting memorabilia, busy with families, older men playing cards and half of the town calling in for a quick coffee or a beer. Chic it is not! But it is a great example of a local place serving its community. Upstairs is a modern hotel with clean bathrooms, good beds, A/C and more quirky decor. Realistic everyday prices in the bar and (again in the bar) breakfast was basic but great, with fresh squeezed orange juice and tostadas. Look out for the huge displays of knives or sale and the regional products at fair prices.
Cons: Travellers always find Spanish restaurant dining hours inconvenient and we stayed in January (off season ). But the staff kindly cooked us pizzas.
Pros: The staff were really nice and helpful.
Cons: It was a great stop over for traveling from the south east coast to Madrid. Whilst not in a pretty part of La Roda, the atmosphere and ambiance of the hotel was great.
Pros: Very central but quiet. Lovely room and great staff
Pros: A while since I stayed her but very happy to experience this independent hotel again. It is a wonderful example of a community bar/restaurant/hotel that caters for all the community at different times of the day. Workers, pensioners, mothers and children. Would that such establishments existed in England but sadly they don’t
A stay at Hotel Juanito places you in the heart of La Roda, steps from Paseo Fountain and El Salvador Church. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in La Roda? This hotel has facilities measuring 40 square feet (4 square meters), including a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Fantastic service soon as we arrived. Had all reservations ready to go with rooms. Payment no problem and a bar and restaurant with great food and drinks.
Pros: Great value and location
Cons: Poor menu, expensive for food
Pros: Fine value for money. Safe parking (indoor) for the motorcycle a little walk away.
Cons: Not much english spoken by any of the staff. Getting food before 20.30 was difficult.
Pros: Good price for what you get.
Cons: They don't speak English
Pros: Reasonably priced and well situated
Cons: Perhaps the single rooms were a little cramped and claustrophobic. I left my kindle and I phone lead and plug in my room;despite a ‘phone call and texts to the hotel,no one has contacted me about their whereabouts.I am very disappointed.
Pros: Like location of hotel...and big thank you waiter cant remember his name big man..also girls on reception.
Cons: Noting to dislike...
Pros: All of it, the staff were so friendly, the food was good, we enjoyed ourselves.
Cons: Bathroom facilities could be improved. There is some noise from the refurbishments next door (not the hotel's fault) and private parking was full so we had to park in the main street.
Hotel Restaurante Milan is set in the historic town of San Clemente, few metres from the Town Hall. It offers a restaurant serving typical Castilian dishes and free Wi-Fi throughout. Rooms feature rustic-style furniture and come with TV and a private bathroom. Some rooms have a terrace. The hotel offers several meeting rooms and private dining rooms with fireplace. Laundry service is also available. Other facilities include a gym, Turkish bath and a Scottish shower. The hotel can organise guided tours. Cuenca is over an hour’s drive of the hotel.
Pros: Owner was extremely helpful and welcoming, finding somewhere dry and safe to store my bike overnight; the room was beautiful and very clean. ¡Muchas gracias!
Pros: What made this great was the location. San Clemente is a lovely town...a great square, floodlit church, lovely bars and restaurants and the people were really friendly. I even found a free concert in the bull ring. The hotel itself is attached to a restaurant and was shut when I arrived but one of the staff came and opened up and let me in...get the impression I was the only one there or it could just have been quiet. The rom was basic but clean and comfortable and had air conditioning albeit noisy. In the morning there was no one around so I just left the keys. But a great little place I would love to go back to.
Cons: Bit strange there not being anyone n the desk to give keys to but the member of staff I met when I first arrived was really helpful and the restaurant staff were very friendly.
Pros: It was located in a real, genuine old Spanish town, deep in the middle with narrow roads and mixed in with houses and little merchants - just what we were hoping to see lots of on our trip. Please don't let the comments below imply that we did not enjoy our stay - we did - very much.
Cons: The instructions into the location left much to be desired! We had to stop many times within a couple blocks of the locations to get directions from folks who spoke no English at all. The staff, while very courteous and pleasant, had NO English speaking people - this was truly a little town business dealing with locals. A lot of pointing, smiling, grunting, laughing and a phone based translation app got us what we needed. When we awoke on Sunday (the next morning) we were the ONLY people in the hotel/restaurant. We locked up behind ourselves and left.
When you stay at Hotel El Sueño de Jemik in La Roda, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Canada Park and Paseo Fountain. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. A train station pick-up service is provided at no charge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Ok for a one night stopover.
Cons: Breakfast was piece of toast.
Pros: Rooms comfortable.
Cons: The staff weren't so friendly. I know my Spanish isn't perfect but the bar staff sniggering was totally unacceptable. The food wasn't up to previous standards. We have stayed here on several occasions but not so happy this time.
Pros: Bed very comfy,lovely mattress
Pros: breakfast OK Location excellent.
Cons: Restaurant menu and Dining times did not fit in with my plans.
Pros: Convenient for stopover between Madrid and coast
Cons: Location, cafe / restaurant open 24 hours
Pros: Easily accessible on Madrid-Alicante motorway. Breakfast was fine
Cons: Not a problem for me but stairs have to be climbed to reach the rooms
Pros: It's position as very convenient for a stopover on our long journey.
Cons: Bathroom taps and shower need updating. Otherwise very good.
Pros: Great value, straight off the motorway and ideal for reaching sites in the area. Dinner was really good and they even have staff with some English which is quite unusual in this part of Spain. Useful shop if you need to be local sourced presents
Cons: Access to this hotel is only possible from exit 40 on the motorway. This is fine if you are heading east; but coming from Valencia you need to exit at Junction 37 and return back along the motorway to junction 40 as the only exit is on this carriageway
With a stay at La Moragona Hotel in Vara de Rey, you'll be 10.8 mi (17.4 km) from Found Object Museum and 15.2 mi (24.4 km) from Ermita de Rus. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.