Cons: Furniture in our room was lovely, however of it was a little tired.
Pros: Dedicated staff, good and clean facilities, complete feeling of relax
Cons: Restaurant is good but pricey, as well as massages and spa. Everything is very good, but the price is above average
Pros: Nice place if you want to get away from EVERYTHING!
Cons: For our taste, we found the hotel a little too remote. It was mid-week, so there was almost no one around. However, the staff made a nice attempt to get everything arranged for us.
Pros: Our second stay, just as wonderful as the first stay. Staff very friendly. This time the food was so much better (our mains were poor last time), improved menu, vastly superior cooking. Try the Pulpo...
Pros: The location is stunningly beautiful. the hotel is family run and the staff were lovely. The modern rooms are extremely comfortable and the view from the balcony across the olive groves to the ...
Cons: For us nothing.
Pros: Clean, modern hotel in a part of Spain not often visited.
Cons: In a part of Spain not often visited. Location was a bit remote if you are using this as an in transit stop over, or even as a base to visit Toledo. Restaurant had little custom and so has a very ...
Pros: Very comfortable Staff very friendly. Very good food good for people who are gluten intolerant.
Cons: Everything very positive
Pros: Beds & facilities very comfortable
Cons: Lacking atmosphere..
Pros: Room very comfortable. Good spacious wardrobe. Food was excellent Quiet location Friendly helpful staff
Cons: Many of the patio chairs for bar/cafeteria were broken and in need of replacing. The shower screen had no seal to the bath & therefore leaked. No cushions available for plastic sun beds. ...
The headlines of this charming hotel promotional brochure “ Vida Nazules “ means Life Nazules. It’s a claim of life in the midst of this sea of olive trees. A building of stone and glass in the windows, authentic transparent walls which in fact defying The Castilla la Mancha architecture.
Enjoying in Villa Nazules is secured because his beautiful landscape, the restaurant is a merge of traditional Castillian food and Eastern influence , and the singular spa Water & Light with plenty of mud treatments, seaweed and salts from the Dead Sea or wine therapy. A walk along the paths seeing partridges and oil in the is a must. And also unique is his stud at the San Jose Equestrian Club.
Pros: Large comfortable rooms. The person on reception in the morning was very good
Cons: When i arrived i was surprised to see the recrptionist in an old t shirt and jeans. I asked about lunch and was told the restaurant was closed. I had walked w3kms tgat day on the camino so adked ...
Pros: Very good accommodation. ..comfortable room..breakfast included
Cons: Hi this place was not very friendly not clean and very uncomfortable beds
Pros: Good location and spacious rooms. Nice building
Cons: Bad service. Rooms Badly Maintained. Advertised Evening Restaurant Not Available
Pros: Nice building in nice village/town
Cons: Very cold. Had to go through the cafe and then via a door marked toilets to enter the hotel
Pros: Clean warm room close to motorway.
Cons: Staff attitude.
Pros: The hotel is easily accessible from the motorway. The room was clean and comfortable and very good value. We discovered the amazing Playa Major in the centre - a must see - and saw storks nesting on ...
Cons: The reception staff were not very welcoming or informative. In the morning the one young man on duty was pleasant but had to do everything - check people out, make breakfast, deal with suppliers. At 8...
Cons: Staff not very friendly,food cold and my husbands hamburger was raw though when he refused to pay for it they didn't argue.The room was clean and nicely furnished but the central heating was off ...
Pros: cheap stay and the bed was comfortable enough.
Cons: Unwelcoming reception > lighting in the room was very poor making the room appear drab and uncomfortable. Breakfast was coffee and packaged cake!
Pros: Room was clean and well appointed
Cons: The desk clerk was very matter-of-factly and refused to even attempt to interact with us as our Spanish was really pathetic.The 'included' breakfast was really lacking...
When visiting Tembleque, Hotel A Posada is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. There's also a terrace, and rooms offer minibars and free WiFi.