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Hotel Monasterio de Piedra & Spa

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PUERTO RICO
Reviewed 9 November 2013

Great place to visit! Natural park is a really lovely place to visit. Allow at least 4 hours to walk around… "El Lago del Espejo y la Cascadas" are just beautiful!!! It worth the visit! Entrance fee was included in the hotel rate. The Cluster and the park close early, confirm opening hours to avoid disappointments. The hotel itself is...

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San Diego, California
Reviewed 6 November 2013

Our travel agent found this place for us to stop on our way from San Sebastian to Barcelona. It says Zaragosa, but it is no where near the city, about an hour southwest, and in a nature preserve which is very popular. Nice location in the country, gorgeous buildings, bare bedrooms with a modern, if small bathroom. Our problem is...

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Alexandria, Virginia
Reviewed 5 November 2013

We went to the Monastery because of its historical importance and paid the 15 euro each to see it and the grounds because we had driven 1 1/2 hours to see it and were meeting with a local family of four. The cloister is in very good condition, having been renovated. The church is three walls in disrepair. The entire...

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2Thank FFTraveler
Malaga, Spain
Reviewed 4 October 2013

An impressively beautiful and charming hotel with a great history, very well worth the overall pleasant detour. A popular tourist destination, which means that the hotel grounds can be somewhat overcrowded. The rooms are very nice, well equipped, with a surprisingly modern bathroom. The service in the restaurant was somewhat surly, but the quality of the food largely compensated for...

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1Thank EurobMalaga
Moraira, Spain
Reviewed 9 July 2012

The Monasterio de Piedra is a perfect mixture of beauty, comfort and history makes it a unique place to stay. The surrounding area has an extensive garden with waterfalls.

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Perth, Scotland
Reviewed 3 June 2011

I was intrigued by the comments about the rudeness of staff at the hotel. My wife and I stopped there last year on the way from Madrid to the Pyrenees and really impressed by the beauty of the location and the building went to ask about a room for the night. The reception area is hugely impressive as is the...

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York, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 October 2010

The hotel is amazing with very long corridors and spectacular architecture, once part of the monastery. The rooms were basic but clean and comfortable. We had one overlooking the cloisters which was quite small but it had once been a monk's cell! The reception staff were quite helpful but the rest of the staff were quite surly and rude. The...

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4Thank mandak23
Brighton
Reviewed 4 October 2010

The Monasterio de Piedra was our choice for a one night stay to break our journey from the Pyrennees to Madrid. Apparently an atmospheric ex-Monastery in beautiful waterscape surroundings. After reading in a guide book that the wooded waterfall area around it was somewhat theme-parkesque I had a gut instinct we wouldn't like it which I should have stuck with....

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7Thank Lorelei-Lemaris
Brighton, Sussex, UK
Reviewed 7 May 2010

Despite being on the tourist trail with coachloads of visitors mlling around the site, it is still something special to stay in an ancient monastery that retains much of its old world charm. Room rates are slightly on the high side for Spain, but the outlook from my room on to the old cloister was worth it. When I stayed,...

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2Thank brightonchris1
Barcelona, Catalunya/Catalonia (Spain)
Reviewed 25 September 2009

You should consider the Hotel and the surroundings as a whole. In the middle of an arid landscape you are surprised by a blow out of green and water, incredible. In a pleasant walk you can visit water falls and caves with an interesting wildlife. The hotel is charming, quiet and quite luxury. It is an old convent suitably restored....

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  • Pool
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Breakfast included
  • Free Internet
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  • Wheelchair Access
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  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
  • Accessible rooms
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  • Air Conditioning
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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
  • Meeting Rooms
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  • Banquet Room
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Conference Facilities
  • Business Centre with Internet Access

Additional Information about Hotel Monasterio de Piedra & Spa

Address: Calle Afueras s/n | Nuevalos, 50620 Zaragoza, Spain
Region: Spain > Aragon > Province of Zaragoza > Zaragoza
Price Range: $114 - $181 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Monasterio de Piedra & Spa 3*
Number of rooms: 62
Also Known As:
Monasterio De Piedra Zaragoza
Hotel Style:
#17 Romantic Hotel in Zaragoza
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“Pay for a room with a balcony, it is well worth it!”
IanV700, 25 Aug 2016 | Read review
“The corridors are huge and echo so if you are a light sleeper ask for one at the beginning so not to hear guests coming and going.”
Gary133, 1 Jun 2016 | Read review
“The twin bed rooms are much larger than the double bed ones.”
74catherineh, 25 Apr 2016 | Read review
“All rooms would appear to be quiet as you were not surrounded by other buildings and was in the countryside”
G1409NVjohnh, 29 Jul 2015 | Read review
“Some rooms have balconies facing the park and you can open windows and falls asleep to the sound of the waterfalls at night.”
Ifa370, 13 Jul 2015 | Read review
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