Pros: Super facilities nice staff and great hotel overall.
Cons: The breakfast although very good was not worth 15€ I paid for in my humble opinion.
Pros: At last! Really good hotel wifi (free) Copious breakfast buffet, with good coffee. Pool/spa is wonderful, though not cheap to buy as an extra but really worth it. Staff very helpful and ...
Cons: Restaurant opening hours a real challenge. Cant breakfast before 0800. Cant have dinner before 2130. Forced to have bar snacks but earliest is 2030 and only for two hours. Weird! Same curious ...
Pros: The place is very nice and clean. Staff is very friendly. The room we were assigned was very quiet and spacy The water spa is very complete and they provide a wide range of massages (these are ...
Cons: The room was either too hot or too cold. Very difficult to set the correct temprature The swimming pool tiles are a quite slippery There weren´t enough pool chairs outside for guests
Cons: a lot of children
Pros: The swimming pool when not too full is perfect. The staff excellent.
Cons: The relax massage was only caressing not a massage....
Pros: Facilities are great and staff very kind
Cons: Dinner at restaurant was not very good, I think they could do better.
Pros: Very friendly staff Big comfortable bed Large space in room Good Spa complex Free parking place
Pros: Lovely room, great big bed, big bathroom, all very high quality linen, fluffy bathrobes, very comfy. Excellent breakfast and lovely evening meal in restaurant too.
Cons: The window was very small in our attic room which made it a bit dark. A minor point and couldn't really be improved upon because of the nature of the building
Cons: Internet page did not reflect the actual location very well
Erected on the ruins of the 12th century ancient convent of Sancti Spiritus, the Hotel Castilla Termal Spa of Olmedo is a thermal resort of 4 stars status, comprised by 3 buildings which combine the uniqueness of the ancient Mudejar-Convent with two modern edifices fully integrated.
It has 82 rooms, 3 junior suites, 1 high quality double room and other 2 rooms specially adapted. Also there are 5 multipurpose halls, perfect for hosting events, congresses, celebrations and meetings. The restaurant is specialised in creative cuisine, prepared with the products of the land, besides the cloakroom, winery, library, Internet’s corner, children playroom, outdoor pool, paddle court, private garden and a modern spa.
Pros: We chose to go to Arevalo purely because of the Posada and it was well worth it. The room was beautiful with a small balcony looking onto the church and its stork nests. The staff were friendly and ...
Cons: The restaurant also had excellent reviews and we were looking forward to the food there. Unfortunately, several of the main courses that we wanted weren't available as they were changing the menu ...
Pros: The building has been very well refurbished to a high standard. The restaurant is great in the vault and the food was excellent
Cons: During December the room was very cold. The heating in room and bathroom went off when the card key was removed from the room panel.
Pros: Good firm beds, quite room, 3rd floor nice view over church, although being under the roof makes the room a bit dark. Staff is very nice.
Cons: Pictures may suggest there is a cosy square in front of the hotel but there is just a street and a church and a few tables for the hotel café on the sidewalk. Toilet in room only has sliding door, and...
Pros: the staff were lovely. Sara on reception and Enrique at dinner service . the evening dinner menu was excellent. great food and wonderful ambience
Cons: nothing loved it all.beautiful location. lovely town
Cons: I did not like at all the open plan bathroom in our room.
Pros: Front desk staff were great. Room temperature control provided. Nice bath. Quiet room. Flexibility of staff. The meal I had in the restaurant was excellent.
Pros: An absolutely fabulous duck breast with tempura vegetables for supper in the restaurent.. We needed an early start so we able to take away a picnic breakfast we even got an early coffee a bonus for ...
Pros: The location is excellent. The vue to the church is very nice. The only thing is the bell of the church stopped by 12pm.
Posada Los Cinco Linajes is in the historic town of Arévalo. It is a traditional building with modern comforts, including free Wi-Fi. This inn offers stylish bedrooms with free minibar and private bathroom. The popular restaurant is well-known for its traditional local food. Los Cinco Linajes has an ideal location in the heart of Spain. The beautiful cities of Ávila and Segovia are both about 31 miles away.
Pros: room was air conditioned, though we didn't realise at first. Pleasant meal in the evening and good breakfast made it excellent value for money
Pros: Lovely building and room.
Cons: They advertise a restaurant, but it wasn't open the day I was there, or the following day either. When a restaurant is promised, I expect a restaurant. Open.
Enjoy your visit to Chane with a stay at La Posada de Carmen. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out La Posada de Carmen, which serves local cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale country house include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
This restored wine cellar is located in Pedrajas de San Esteban, 45 minutes’ drive from Valladolid. It offers rustic, air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, a TV and a private bathroom. Hostal Camino Real’s restaurant serves traditional Castilian food. There is also a café serving drinks and snacks throughout the day. Staff at reception can provide information about what to see and do in Valladolid’s Tierras Pinares Region. The beautiful cities of Segovia and Salamanca are around 1.5 hours’ drive from Hostal Camino Real.
Pros: It was a good hostal, very clean, beautifull bathrooms, nice garden. It was all very good, but we didn't like Iscar so much, not so much to do for us.
Cons: Iscar is to desperate for us.
Pros: Nice hotel with friendly staff, nice and Clean rooms and good breakfast. All for a very modest price.
Located a 5-minute walk from the centre of Íscar, Hostal San Antonio offers a traditional restaurant, free Wi-Fi and rooms with private bathrooms. Valladolid is just 24.9 miles away. Each functional room at Hostal San Antonio has classic-style décor, with tiled floors and wooden furniture. All rooms include a TV and heating. The San Antonio’s restaurant offers homemade meals, including typical regional dishes. A daily set menu is available at lunchtime. A range of shops, bars and restaurants can be found in the town of Íscar. Just 9.3 miles away you can find the Pinocio adventure park, which offers paintballing, mountain biking and ziplining.
Pros: spacious, clean, keeping the house warm enough (fireplace with sufficient wood), well-equipped kitchen-better than expected, ideal place for children(we have 3 & 7 years old boys) with a unique ...
Cons: shower pressure was a bit low, but it doesn't matter to enjoy staying this casa rural :)
Offering charming accommodation set amongst beautiful gardens, Hacienda Las Cavas is located in the lovely village of Olmedo. It features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and offers free use of its bikes. Hacienda Las Cavas’ cottages, studios and apartments have colourful rustic décor, large wooden-framed windows and doors, and original features such as beamed ceilings and bright ceramic tiles. All accommodation has a seating area with a sofa, a fireplace and a TV. Free Wi-Fi is also available. Kitchen facilities include a fridge, microwave and a dishwasher. There is also a dining area. Las Cavas serves a buffet breakfast in its restaurant. A small selection of shops can be found in the village. The surrounding countryside is ideal for cycling and hiking. Villa de Iscar’s spa is a 15-minute drive away and Bocigas Golf Club can be reached in 10 minutes by car. Olmedo is home to natural springs and a Mudéjar Theme Park. Valladolid is 24.9 miles from the hotel, while Segovia and its famous aqueduct are less than 90 minutes’ drive away.
Pros: Good old style 2 star hotel. Couldn't ask for more. In the part of town where people live.
Hotel Fray Juán Gil is located in the centre of Arévalo, surrounded by restuarants, shops and cafés. All rooms have flat-screen satellite TV, a private terrace and a bathroom. Arévalo is well known for its Mudéjar architecture and also for the dish of roast suckling pig. The hotel’s own restaurant-café offers a range of local dishes, as well as a buffet breakfast. There is a free Wi-Fi hotspot on site. There is a bus stop just outside the Fray Juán Gil Hotel, offering a direct link to the railway station. The town is around an hour's drive from Avila, Segovia and Salamanca.
Pros: Hostal Las Fuentes caters for people who mainly arrive by car. Fine. I arrived by bicycle & that was fine too. Café-bar-restaurant on site. Large Lupa supermarket 100 metres away over the road (...
Cons: For my purpose (a couple of comfortable days' rest on a bike tour), no criticism at all. The 'Hostal' (what in the US would be called a High Class Motel) is a mile or more from the ...
Pros: The rooms are large so plenty of room for three bikers and all the kit.
Pros: Comfortable room very near the motorway
Enjoy your visit to Arevalo with a stay at Hostal Las Fuentes. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. There's a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
Pros: We booked it at the last minute and we arrived quite late. They waited for us, and put a nice fire in the room. The room was quite nice, with a fire and heating, quite big, the place reminded us of ...
Pros: Absolutely nothing.
Cons: The owner was arrogant,unhelpful, rude, inhospitable and smoked cigars continually in the hotel.The breakfast was extremely poor. One cold jug of coffee was moved from table to table to be heated in ...
Pros: Close to the festival performance venue The grounds are lovely and the building is historic. It's amazing how much needs to be done to do it justice.
Cons: Where do I start? We were asked to pay up front and were told to pay in cash. At 69 euros the rate for the room was 14 euros higher than the 4 star hotel in Zamora the next day. (We gave the owner 70 ...
This guest house is a converted 16th-century manor house, in central Olmedo, 26.1 miles from Valladolid. It has a seasonal outdoor pool, free parking, and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Gran Posada La Mesnada is rustic in décor. It features wooden beams, ornate tiles and wall murals. Set in walled gardens, it has a charming courtyard and a chapel. The Mesnada restaurant serves traditional local cuisine and homemade desserts. There are barbecue facilities, and a large wine cellar with an arched stone ceiling. All heated rooms at the Gran Posada have wooden floors, a private balcony and a TV. Each has a private bathroom with bathroom amenities, and some have a sofa. There is a tour desk, and luggage storage is offered. The A-6 Motorway is 12.4 miles away.