Pros: Very nice building, spacy and 'rustic' room and helpful staff.
Cons: Breakfast was very basic.
Pros: Staff welcoming, warm rooms on a cold day. Food delicious.
Cons: Nothing to criticise - everything was perfect.
Pros: the room was very nice, great bathroom, excellant dining!
Cons: the place was lovely but the town was like a ghost town! nothing to do and no one around! kinda creepy!!
Pros: Very helpful,
Cons: Parking was ok but could have been under lock and key. No English but we made ourselves understood. The management were really nice.
Pros: The owner is a most friendly welcoming gentleman, who did all he could to please. Our room was very comfortable, and the whole hotel delightful, although it looks nondescript from the outside. The ...
Cons: The owner tried to give us safe secure motorcycle parking. However it meant riding up a step (ours is a big heavy tourer), then turning it around so we could get out the next day. At least the parking...
Pros: A beautiful hotel with every comfort and very helpful staff.The building is like a mini parador but much better than many in every way
Pros: Absolutely loved the suite. Wish I could have stayed longer. Lovely people too in such a cute village.
Pros: Beautifully maintained hotel
Cons: Breakfast was poor, both in range of choice & quality.
Pros: Good sized room. Facilities were good. Was an overnight stay for us between Santiago and Madrid , so location suited , but not much else there.
Cons: Lighting in our room was a bit limited
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Posada Los Condestables. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. A bar/lounge and a health club are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and free WiFi.
Pros: We stayed for 2 more hours for free. Very comfortable bed and silent all through the night and morning. Very nice property and good restaurants nearby.
Pros: The attention and care of the owner. I gave this Casa 10 last time we stayed and it is still as good as ever.. The lady running the casa is a delight.
Cons: We had to wait an hour to obtain access and after travelling for 33 hours this is not what you want but i really am being a bit picky
Pros: Lovely room with a four poster bed and a balcony. The owner was very friendly and attentive. Our room also had a refridgerated mini bar. We had dinner and breakfast here also and the food was ...
Cons: The only room for improvement was with the shower....positioning the shower head without sending water all over the bathroom floor seemed impossible.
Pros: Our second stop over visit to this lovely hotel on our way to Santander. Will be definitely returning for a longer visit in the spring to do some exploring and bird watching.
Pros: Very nice place!! They are so kind that you feel like home. I'll come back for sure.
Pros: Breakfast was excellent. Evening meal good. The lady in charge was extremely pleasant and helpful. 4 poster bed a bonus. Rooms spacious and well supplied with freshly cooked biscuits.
Pros: The rooms and the balcony, an eccentric collection of objets d'art.....an interesting building, sensitively refurbished. We were the only guests and looked after beautifully. The location deep in...
Cons: Nothing...we would use this venue again.
Pros: Lovely room, great breakfast and most helpful,warm hostess. She made us feel very at home and even sent us off with a girt of cookies. Could not ask for better start to our trip North
Pros: Room with verandah was fantastic, hospitality faultless and home cooked food was excellent
Cons: It felt like you were in the middle of nowhere but it didn't seem to matter once we settled in. It was only a brief stopover for us.. on the way to Sevilla.
Pros: The owner was very welcoming. The accomodation was ideal. Our bedroom was large, well presented and clean.
Cons: We were offered red or white wine with the evening meal, no indication of costs or choices. On the bill the next morning we were charged 18 euros for a bottle of wine which we thought very expensive...
When visiting Medina de Rioseco, Hotel Boutique Los Almirantes is a great choice to consider. Guests can visit the spa to be pampered with massages, facials, or body treatments, and La Bataille, one of 2 restaurants, serves breakfast. A bar/lounge and a health club are offered, and rooms at this upscale hotel get the details right with bathrobes and slippers.
Pros: Excellent communication. The hostal phoned me to explain the limitations of the staffing and services for my New Year's Eve stay. The new heating system was excellent on a night of -7C. There was ...
Pros: It was on our way from Madrid to Galicia, so we didn't have to get far from the highway for overnight.
Cons: It is stinking, the rooms are very small and stuffy, no air conditioner. At 8 P.M. they've opened the open air bar just under the windows of the Hostel and the extremely loud music ran on till ...
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