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With a stay at Blue Windows House in Talavera de la Reina, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Wall and Albarrana Tower and Ruiz de Luna Ceramic Museum. Featured amenities include multilingual staff, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: A gem of a place in a great location. A great welcome when we arrived. Excellent parking next door
Pros: Friendly, helpful staff, excellent location, well-appointed room. What more could you ask for?
Pros: Parking right next door. Ideal for a city location.
Cons: Neighbours a little noisy until late but it was fiesta weekend.
Pros: Perfect location to stroll around in a lovely city. Friendly and very helpful frontdesk staff. I believe her name is "Rachael (Ra-kael). They have parking for €8 a night. Well equipped kitchen. Smart TV for my toddler to watch her shows on YouTube. Very clean and comfortable stay!
Pros: Brilliant place for a stop over. We will have to come back. Sandra was the perfect host. Close to city attractions bars and restaurants. Spotless spacious apartment. One of the best locations we have booked over the years. Parking was also available in the street at very reasonable cost. Blue windows also has it's own parking at a reasonable all day fee.
With a stay at Finca Encinar de las Flores in Los Navalucillos, you'll be 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from San Sebastian Church and 6.9 mi (11.1 km) from Cabañeros National Park. Featured amenities include a business center and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Perfectly clean, comfortable spacious room with a great bed.
Cons: Might be difficult to find - especially at night.
With a stay at Posada la Reja in Malpica de Tajo, you'll be 23.3 mi (37.4 km) from Santa Maria of Melque Church and 31.6 mi (50.9 km) from San Martin Bridge. Featured amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, microwave in a common area, and refrigerator in a common area. This pension has 2 meeting rooms available for events. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: You could see that the owner tried to make the best out of the hotel. She could also speak a bit of English. The beds were quite comfortable and we got free cake and water. Everything was very clean. It was very quiet at night.
Cons: The "city" of Malpica is a dying little resort with a lot of broken down houses, the bars are at most average and the restaurants non-existent. Had to buy breakfast at the local shop for everything. The room's furniture was quite outdated and the value for money was not that high, considering the location.
Pros: Spartan but correct & clean, friendly welcome. Small rural village. WiFi not really functioning in room, had to go to a small lounge.
Pros: A nice tranquil setting with a very friendly and helpful host. Breakfast was great and accommodation was superb. A very relaxing setting.
Cons: Nothing. Everything was great.
Pros: Above all, Miriam; extremely helpful, nice and caring owner of the facility. Very good breakfast; it was possible to agree on what would be for breakfast, of course, without crossing the border of decency. An intimate facility, very clean and cozy interior. Well heated (we were in March). The rooms have very efficient air conditioning. In the summer you can effectively cool them. Close to Toledo, 1 hour drive to Madrid. Near Barrancas de Burujón. We'll be happy to return to Miriam's house.
With a stay at Hosteria de la Galeria Cerdan in Talavera de la Reina, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Wall and Albarrana Tower and Ruiz de Luna Ceramic Museum. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.
Pros: This is an unusual property, it’s more like taking a room in a private house than using a standard hotel. The lobby is very attractively furnished with paintings and local pottery, and the bedroom offered simple comfort with good WiFi and efficient air conditioning. There is a pleasant patio with seating.
Cons: The surrounding streets are, frankly, rather run down in comparison to the elegance of the interior. Though visually off-putting they are well lit and quite safe. You need to find your own breakfast in a local cafeteria, and all of those nearest seemed to rely on pre-packed factory made sweet cakes. To find a better breakfast, and to get dinner, you need to be prepared to walk some distance.
Pros: Beautiful property, well maintained, the owners were very kind.
Pros: Very pretty and clean hotel
Cons: I found the road noise very loud
Pros: Good location, 10min walk to principal sites.
Cons: Room furniture very uncomfortable and limited. Tough bed and soft pillows. You could hear everything inside. This is a converted horse carriage business, floors are wood and tile which transmit all foot-noise. The door to the room is useless to prevent noise from filtering into the room. There is absolutely nothing in the bathroom that one could use to place toiletries, not even a nail or hook to hang your toiletry bag. It has a huge tub but very narrow so taking a shower is very uncomfortable and dangerous because there is no handle bar. TV size is the size of a postage stamp, my small laptop is just as big. It shows this property is being "milked" because NOTHING has been done probably in the last 20 years to significantly improve the property. All of these inconveniencies (some which cannot be avoided like noise) probably will not be fixed by the owner, but he can reduce the room by a 25%-30% to compensate the traveler's inconvenience. This property really is very expensive for the accommodations. By the way it is run by an elderly couple, who are very nice, but they are never in the front desk. It is really not a hotel, is more like a high price hostal with minimum facilities.
Pros: Increíble! It's a museum/gallery made into a hostel. Everything beautiful and comfortable. All the furniture seems precious. The courtyard is very enchanting. Got talking to the owner, he showed me where he's hosting readings and debates featuring famous writers which was absolutely intriguing for me as I'm a writer myself. Had one of the best conversations I've ever had in Spanish with the owner and his journalist friend Gustavo! A very special, highly cultured place.
Pros: This hotel is very typical in an old spanish house, good immersion. The building is really nice and rooms well furbished with individual bathroom (bonus : towel hyper soft). The internal patio is also really nice and staff hyper friendly.
Cons: Be aware that that they do not speak english at reception, breakfast is not proposed and the building is not really soundproof, so you hear main noises inside (earplugs are quite necessary).
Pros: I liked the property very much, the comfort, style I would say that luxurious, and the family running it were really kind.
Cons: I missed a lot having information about the town, things to see and visit, information on timetables (I could not see the Cerámica museum for this reason), taxi telephone, map of the area and town. But the lack of information is common in Talavera de la Reina, a beautiful town with an astonishing heritage, that could make a lot of money out of Tourism And the location is very difficult unless you go by taxi. I was lost a few times trying to find the Galeria wasting a precious time I had not got on my visit.
Located in San Bartolome de las Abiertas, Spa Complejo Rural Las Abiertas is in a rural location, within a 15-minute drive of Roman Bridge and Santa Maria la Mayor Parish. Featured amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful hotel and setting.
Cons: The food didn’t meet our expectations.
With a stay at Be Live City Center Talavera in Talavera de la Reina, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Talavera De La Reina Bull-Fighting Ring and Playa de los Arenales. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Big comfortable room. Big mirrors and nice bathroom. Modern. Easy check in experiance.
Cons: Wasn’t anything unique about it but a good place to stay. There was car parking about a 3 minute walk away and only costs 3euro a day.
Pros: Absolutely nothing! Avoid at all costs!
Cons: Tired room, uncomfortable bed (so much that in the morning your spine will hurt!), air-condition does not work well (way too hot in the room, only little of “ warmish” air blowing slowly from the bars), housekeeping does not clean the room well. Basically nothing works in this establishment. On top of all, when you check out because the room does not provide standard it should, they play the excuse “booked via booking.com” & do not return the money for days not stayed in the hotel. Total scam and shady business they have.
Pros: Location in the center.
Cons: Mattress was hard and low quality. Breakfast was ok but served in a very small and crowded room with no windows. Building and reception are not welcoming and some details need maintenance.
Pros: The price. This hotel is about the same level as a Premier Inn.
Cons: There were no drawers in the room. 5 days stay and our non-hanging clothes just lay on the desk. No details of how the ac worked. No tv channel list. The bathroom could have been a good size if there wasn’t a huge double basin vanity unit.
Pros: A very nice self catering hotel. Very clean, very fresh. The bus service was a little`" hit & miss". Probably not the best hotel for young families because you are completely reliant on busses.
Cons: Needs a better bus service.
Pros: The room was comfortable and the breakfast was good.
Cons: Parking was a real problem. We were given inadequate instructions by the hotel staff and ended up in the El Corte Ingles part of the underground car park and had to pay three times as much when we came to check out. We can't have been the first to have faced this problem.
Pros: Room was clean and comfortable - lovely . Food was great
Pros: The room was cleaned each day.
Cons: It would have been good to have a range of prepared fruit for breakfast as oppossed to a fruit bowl with bashed apples and a few kiwis.Wifi didnt work for the three days I stayed. I didn't like the orange furry throws that were over the bed. They looked old, scruffy and unclean.
Pros: Perfect location for our trip. Great access to surrounding area.
Pros: very modern and comfortable
Pros: Well located in centre of town next to main shopping centre
Pros: being central to town
Cons: bar prices too expensive
With a stay at Hostal La Aldaba in Vega de Talavera de la Reina, you'll be in the entertainment district, and 10.7 mi (17.2 km) from Basilica of Our Lady of Prado and 10.7 mi (17.2 km) from Talavera De La Reina Bull-Fighting Ring. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: An inexpensive hotel in the countryside.
Cons: "Breakfast" is a cup of coffee and a piece of sweet bread.
Pros: Staff very friendly despite my arriving with short notice on la Noche Buena. Internet worked very well.
Cons: No problems.
Located in Cazalegas, Hostal Cazalegas is within a 15-minute drive of Talavera Battle Monument and Basilica of Our Lady of Prado. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and an elevator.
Offering a restaurant with a large outdoor terrace, Hostal Restaurante Las Ruedas is set in the Castilian village of Los Navalmorales. This guest house features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Each room has garden views, a TV and a wardrobe. There is a private bathroom with a bath tub or shower and free toiletries. Traditional local food is served in Las Ruedas’s spacious restaurant. The guest house also offers a bar. The Cabañeros National Park starts a 10-minute drive from the property, while the historic city of Toledo is an hour’s drive away.
Pros: The balcony was good. When we checked in were given keys to a twin room not the double we’d requested, also there was some sort of rowdy gathering with music in the outdoor restaurant below the window. Went to reception and the gentleman immediately moved us to another room on the other side of the building with a street view.
Cons: Couldn’t stand on one side of the bed, so moved it against the wall and climbed in from the back to give us a bit more space in the room.
Pros: The host was really friendly! There is parking space to place the car close by. The bar serves very nice tapas and drinks. Ckeck-out procedure is very easy!
Cons: The bedsheets were a bit dirty and old.
With a stay at Hotel Ebora in Talavera de la Reina, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Basilica of Our Lady of Prado and Talavera De La Reina Bull-Fighting Ring. Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Staff was helpful and friendly. Okay for stopover on way to/from Madrid.
Cons: Room temperature controls didn't work and wifi was spotty. Place looks tired all around.
Featuring an on-site restaurant, Hostal Restaurante Cuatro Caminos offers free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms. It is located in the town of Calera y Chozas. Decorated simply, rooms come with a TV, heating and a private bathroom. At Hostal Restaurante Cuantro Caminos you will find a terrace and a bar. Bicycle storage is also offered. The guest house is at the beginning of the Vía Verde de la Jara Route in Spain. Talavera de la Reina is a 20-minute drive away and offers a selection of dining options and shops. Madrid can be reached in 1.5 hours by car.
Pros: The owners attitude in-particular but all the staff were helpful. Food supplied even when we were arriving at unsocial hours.
Cons: Some guests were a little noisy in the early hours but not much of a problem.
Cons: Only spanish. No restaurant even if named. They don’t know how to use credit card
Pros: Large well furnished room. Safe storage for bikes. Helpful staff. Lots of hot water, just needed to let it run.
Cons: Bedroom lighting, curtains difficult to pull.
Located in Talavera de la Reina, Roma Aurea is within a 15-minute walk of Basilica of Our Lady of Prado and Talavera De La Reina Bull-Fighting Ring. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Pros: Nice staff very helpful, nice town to stay.
Cons: Breakfast was very basic. Mattresses on beds need updating.
Pros: wow........up scale
Pros: Did what it said on the tin.
Pros: What we expected so ok
Pros: Location of the Hotel was a little out of the way and a little difficult to find, but plenty of room for parking and a secure garage. The staff were very friendly and helpful in fairness. Have to balance the place against the relative low cost of staying there.
Cons: The Public Areas are looking very tired as regards décor and repair, as does the main frontage. The room was small but just adequate, as we were on a motorcycling holiday just there for a night. More than one night, we would have left really. The bath tub was covered in areas where the enamel had been removed and damaged and the tiled area was in poor condition.
With a stay at La Hacienda Del Casar in Talavera de la Reina, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Talavera Battle Monument and Santa Maria la Mayor Parish. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
With a stay at Hostal Velarde in Talavera de la Reina, you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Wall and Albarrana Tower and Talavera De La Reina Bull-Fighting Ring. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and luggage storage.
Pros: Jardín prado
Cons: The town no nice plazas and coffee shops poor
Pros: good value for money in convenient locatiion
Cons: No soap in bathroom and nobody to ask
With a stay at Hotel Perales, you'll be centrally located in Talavera de la Reina, just a 5-minute walk from Basilica of Our Lady of Prado and 5 minutes by foot from Talavera De La Reina Bull-Fighting Ring. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk and an elevator.
Pros: The room was espacios.
Cons: There were humidity in the shower and in general place needs more maintenance.
Pros: the staff, the location.
Cons: the room, the lights.
Pros: Large room and bathroom, obviously once a much higher class establishment. Short walk to the Avenida de Extremadura and Avenida de Madrid, with some great restaurants, the Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Prado and the Paseo.
Cons: Maintenance in room and bathroom seemed to be lacking with quite a few things unattended to.
Pros: Close to bars and restaurants
Cons: Room was smelly / stuffy. Blinds didn’t work properly.