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Everything worth seeing in Zaragosa is within easy walk. Unlike southern Spain, most of the north lacks English support for tourists : language, TV, menus. This hotel included. The restaurant serves an excellent breakfast. Dinners are just average. Restaurant service was sometimes abrupt. Ask for...More
Stayed here enroute from Moraira to Bordeaux and eventually the Isle of Bute in Scotland. The staff were friendly, helpful and courteous. The room was excellent, as was the restaurant. The hotel is situated right in the centre of Zaragoza, which makes it ideal for...More
Very central. Clean and meets minimum standards. Seriously understaffed as a result of which checking in and out took too much time. For the same reason breakfast was a mess. Clients could not sit because tables were not cleaned fast enough and people had to...More
I enjoyed staying at Silken Reino de Aragon: the room is very nice and the location is excellent in the center of Zaragoza. Price is also good. Breakfast has a pretty good selection with many sweets. From the lobby it already feels like a fancy,...More
This was our second stay there! I agree with the positive comments written by other guests. Again, the tapas area is where we hung out in the evening after a stroll down Paseo de Independencia and Gran Via for some actual and window shopping. The...More
Not to my knowledge, when I asked the reception to call a taxi for me they said that the best way to haul one was to just go outside to the street. There are loads of taxis running by as this is one of the bigger streets in... More
Not to my knowledge, when I asked the reception to call a taxi for me they said that the best way to haul one was to just go outside to the street. There are loads of taxis running by as this is one of the bigger streets in Zaragoza.
Unfortunately I have no reference for larger groups.