Pros: Exceptionally clean, very nice fixtures, shared common area is perfect if you rent two adjacent bedrooms (queen and adjacent twins).
Cons: Bathrooms are not directly connected to either of the bedrooms. Although there is a kitchen you are not allowed to use it (conflicts with apartment description on Booking.com).
Pros: Lovely hotel with very kind hosts. Highly recommend for anyone doing the Camino who needs a respite!
Cons: Small room
Pros: Bed was very comfortable and we were fortunate to have a room with an attached baloney which we enjoyed eating supper at and visiting with friends. The overall facilities are well kept and the lady ...
Cons: Room was hot and muggy and opening the garden doors into balcony allowed all the city noises (fireworks at 1 am and music being played somewhere in the city square till well past 3 am made for a short...
Cons: It was so hot with no cooling mechanism.
Pros: Great breakfast with eggs (a treat in Spain). Attentive staff. Decent location - just outside the historic district
Cons: Just too pricey for Astorga! Its overpriced. Perhaps off-peak you could negotiate better price with Descanso... but Booking.com causes prices to increase, I think.
Pros: The location, the room. The breakast. Great place!
Pros: What a find. It's exterior fairly non descript and gives no clue to the wonders which await inside. Beautiful and very spacious rooms with great attention to detail. You'll love it.
Pros: What a great escape from the Camino for a couple of days. The staff went out of their way to insure our comfort. The facility was bed and breakfast than hotel. The breakfast was excellent and ...
Cons: Restaurant was expensive and truly mediocre. Staff was poorly trained and disinterested. Menu is standard for this part of Spain but I had expected more of a nice hotel. Food itself was poor to ...
Pros: Absolutely fantastic place! For the price you'd pay for a regular hotel, you get so much luxury! Spacious rooms, fantastic, modern bathroom, air conditioning, big flat screen tv, extra comfy beds...
Cons: Spa is extra-14 euro. No coffee maker in the room.
Pros: Good location, only a short walk from the cathedral and the bishop's palace.
Cons: Parking wasn't that easy to find. It was near the hotel but needed a rather convoluted route, ending in a pedestrian street to find it
Pros: Location, staff, comfort
Pros: Everything, Very spacious room, spa bathroom, great view, beautiful garden with patio tables and chairs for more intimate conversation, great bar. Right on the Camino, close to the plazas and stores. ...
Pros: The room was good: location excellent. We had finished a 400 km walk and wanted a comfortable last night. The bed was comfortable and we weren't disturbed by other guests.
Cons: Rather over engineered bathroom fittings... it was impossible to have a shower that was not hand held since when placed in the wall attachment it flooded the bathroom. I was also disappointed by the ...
Pros: Location was very good. Hotel interiors are very good.
Cons: Advertises as a spa hotel but didn't even offer a robe or complimentary slippers. Room was clean but very small.
Pros: Staff was excellent. A French patron was trying to bully them into free breakfast. It was handled respectably without giving in.. loved the deep bathtub
Cons: Nothing, it was great
Cons: I had a larger room last year. The bathroom was small and not easy to use with all the glass doors.
Pros: Lovely room with very comfortable bed and great bathroom with big bath - great to soak in after a days walking. It was very quiet although central to the old town and had a lovely garden view
Cons: Having to pay extra to use the spa facilities
When visiting Astorga, Hotel SPA Ciudad de Astorga is a great choice to consider. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in massages or hydrotherapy, and local cuisine is served at Chalet de Josele, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. An indoor pool and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Pros: Fantastic location hotel rooms a little dated but neat and clean
Cons: The room we had was hot and noisy but trade off was location and view
Pros: Location was great
Cons: The Wi-Fi didn't work.
Pros: A wonderful stop on our Camino. Location was excellent and our evening meal was outstanding.
Cons: Outside patio service was non existent but we just moved down a few feet that was serviced by another restaurant.
Pros: large bedroom in a lovely hotel, slightly old fashioned, location great. lovely bar downstairs
Cons: bathroom dated with no plug for bath
Pros: Great view, spacious room, good restaurant/terrace, friendly personnel.
Pros: The staff was amazing, and location. The hotel is right in front of the Cathedral and the Palácio Gaudí.
Cons: No air conditioning. This time of the year it starts to make a difference
Pros: The view was superb, directly overlooking the Palacio de Gaudi. The bed was large and reasonably comfortable.
Cons: The hotel is very dated. The furniture and furnishings are all very dark, highly varnished wood. The bathroom was very dated with a shower attachment over the bath and it barely functioned. It was ...
Pros: Location was fine, less than ten minutes walk to the town centre, and it is easy to park in front of the hotel. Not a bad location for Camino pilgrims either.
Cons: Rooms lack air conditioning and are too small and their ceilings too low to ventilate properly. As a result, it was much hotter in the room than outside, therefore it wasn't easy to catch sleep. A...
Pros: Very clean
Cons: Witnessed a member of staff been slapped across the face
Pros: Very clean and close to the Camino. Staff very nice.
Cons: Very hot in the room. No AC.
Pros: Size of the bathroom
Cons: The window looked to a narrow shaft as twi other rooms. Basically the distance between the windows no more than 3 metres. No way to get privacy and ventillation at once.
Pros: Excellent value , friendly staff, very clean
Cons: Everything was good.
Pros: Location is good, breakfast was great -lovely toasted croissants.
Cons: Everything was fine , thanks.
Pros: Convenient for the Camino, and near the town centre. Perfectly adequate for Pilgrims.
Cons: Although reception staff were super, the bar staff seemed a bit grumpy.
Pros: It is good for pilgrims, close to camino and close to supermarket and town center. The room was very clean, with a good shower and comfortable bed. The host was also very nice. It was quiet too even ...
Pros: Really great place to stay, plain but clean and comfortable and super helpful staff!
Located on the Santiago Pilgrimage Route, Albergue Las Águedas offers a bar in its central courtyard, an outside barbeque area and free Wi-Fi. Astorga is 2.3 miles away. The rustic-style dormitories are heated and feature bunk beds and lockers. The separate bathrooms for men and women are located outside the room and have showers. You can prepare meals in the communal kitchen and there is a dining area with a wood-burning stove. Dinner can be provided on request, from March to November. There is a covered gallery area with board games and books about the Santiago Pilgrimage Route. A washing machine and clothes dryer are also available for an additional cost. Santiago de Compostela is 155.3 miles from Albergue Rural Las Águedas and Leon is 31.1 miles away. A storage area for bicycles is provided.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Hotel Temple Pradorrey. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby hiking/biking trails and mountain biking.