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Great heated pool The restaurant was not up to par. We arrived after the end of the August holiday and they were kitchen did not seem to be fully operational.
Excellent hotel in a very relaxing environment. Very helpful staff and good food at a reasonable price.
Placed inside the Cazorla Natural Area. Good restaurant for dinner (otherwise Arroyo Frio is at 4km) and reasonable buffet for breakfast. Old style decoration of the restaurant (lots of taxidermist work). Limited paths for walking around, while in the middle of the park. Needs a car to go anywhere.4* maybe a bit too much for the quality of the rooms and services offered (for example, the room did not have a bath, only a shower).
Well furnished rooms, friendly staff, central location. Excellent value for money Wifi and Internet are overpriced. Hostels and many budget hotels provide free wireless -"better" hotels should do the same.
Location. Parking very difficult. The hotel seems to need a bit of refurbishment.
We were looking for a walking hotel for 30 people for next year but with the lack of parking have booked elsewhere.
First class when considering price and expectations. We have no reservations ion recommending this hotel Nothing
It is an excellent hotel: new, clean, in the centre of the city, very nice decorated, the rooms are big and newly furnished.
The room and hotel in general were beautiful, and the hotel staff was extremely helpful. No one spoke English, but they were very forgiving of my modest abilities with speaking Spanish. Parking was quite difficult, due to the steepness and narrowness of the driveway, but at least they did have private parking (for a fee), so this is a very minor complaint. Another minor annoyance was the requirement to leave the room key with the hotel staff when we left the hotel.
The hotel staff had virtually no English but still made every effort to assist and be understood. The rooms were clean and modern and had a seperate TV seating area.. Breakfast a bit disappointing, you are served from behind the bar rather than a buffet and the staff tended to disappear leaving you with no more than a piece of toast and coffee. The room was clean but there tended to be a drain smell lingering. The room we had was facing the main road and the noise from the local scooter boys was quite high.
very friendly staff intermittent power failures during stormy weather outwith the control of the hotel
Newly completed to high standard No tea maker in room
very helpful staff
Convenient small, quiet hotel recently refurbished to a high standard. Friendly and helpful staff, owner and daughter we presume.
Exceptionally friendly and helpful staff (family run); central to Cazorla; good value No
This was our second stay at the hotel, and would still reccomend the hotel to anyone with out reservasion.
Good breakfast, nice room, free internet, good staff. Good location in middle of town.
Very friendly staff, very helpfull when there were problems with the parking lot assigment. Nicely located in the middle of the town. The heating was not on and the room was icecold the first night, later the heating was put on only in the evening, which was not sufficient to heat up the room with near freezing temperatures outside...
Good breakfast. Located in a convenient place in the town Cazorla. Seemingly, the wi-fi did not reach all the rooms in the hotel.
The room was clean, comfortable, and quiet. The owner was extremely welcoming and helpful. It was really excellent value.
This is a family run hotel. Pedro and his daughter Mercedes keep it spotlessly clean. The bedrooms and bathrooms have been modernised to a very high standard, with a lovely walk in shower. The location is right in the centre of Cazorla where you can choose a number of bustling squares to have a coffee or dinner and immerse yourself in the true Spanish way of life.
A nice, simple and clean hotel. Friendly and eager to help staff Staff mostly did not speak English and communication was limited.
Breakfast was too scanty for us, but on the other hand it was very tasty.
Good location,nice village, great scenery. Not sure if this is a 4* or 3* hotel! All the paperwork/menus/invoices said 3* and the rooms, although comfortable, were definately not 4* standard.
the setting the balcony glass door was dislocated and the heating system didn't work (it was cold that night)
Convenient overnight stop. Lack of soundproofing, the shower, the village of Arroyo Frio.
Quiet, spacious Reception staff were good. But the staff in the cafe and the restaurant were on the whole quite unhelpful, sullen and the quality of say, breakfast was compared to other hotels mediocre, to say the least.
Nice, big room. The breakfast and the hotel restaurant were poor.
the staff doesn't speak english. poor parking. very poor breakfast, specialky when you don't speak english. you don't know what's on the. menu so they give you toast and butter. no access to computer.
Fabulously situated in the middle of the Sierra with plenty of good walking on the doorstep. A place to spoil yourself with long walks and long lunches. Although the mountains are cooler, it does suffer from lack of air conditioning at night. Ceiling fans did some good.
Fantastic geografical location ( parador lost in the Sierra de Cazorla mountains, far away from any other constructions ), with very nice hiking trails around the hotel. Great breakfast menu, nice wines and good meals.
I loved the tranquility and peacefullness of the place, the beautiful views and the helpfulness and friendly staff n/a
this hotel was an average standard hotel in a wonderful location but was undergoing repair work at was most difficult to deal with the workmen statred work at 0830 and finished at 1930. as above, the price charged was not reflected in consideration of the staff for the comfert of the guests
Ideal place to stay for walks and trips in Sierra Cazorla National Park. Perfect location in a quiet forest, beautiful rooms and interior, very friendly staff. A car required to get to the place and to explore the aprk from the hotel
fantastic position river access,nice grounds,goohe d position for acessing the national park breakfast was less than minimal
a beautifully rehabilitated convent in a remarkable scenery. calm during spring, possible to enjoy numerous activities in the area breakfast was a bit light
The sheer character and ambiance of the hotel was almost breathtaking. Obviously a great deal of attention had been done on the various collections of artefacts that adorned the rooms. As mentioned by a previous reviewer the breakfast was minimal to say the least. In fact amounted to no more than a slice of toast and some very bad coffee! Which was shame as a: this hotel is ideally placed for long walks in the area (hardly a good meal to set you off with) and b: it left us on a bit of a negative note on what otherwise would have been a most enjoyable stay.