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This was the first actual hotel we stayed at while hiking the Camino de Santiago - took a rest day and spent two nights. We hadn't really had any intention of looking at 4 star hotels, due to our innate cheapness and all, but after...More
The hotel was small and compact, staff very helpful and the rooms were modern and clean. We had a double bed and all the mod cons. No view though. The hotel bar is a bit pants on the 1st floor. And pricy, i would go...More
We had a one night stay here on a coach tour. The hotel is well positioned to visit the town, being only a 10 minute easy walk away.
The room we had overlooked the back area and the washing. It was adeqate for our needs,...More
We chose this hotel because of its proximity to the town centre, we arrived and were able to park our car in the underground car park, but overall it reminded of me of the nursery rhyme, "When it was good it was good, but when...More
At only £25/night for a double room I was a little concerned but had no need at all. This is a very good hotel. Our room was on the small side but very well fitted out & clean. In terms of value for money this...More
US$60 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#9 Luxury Hotel in Burgos
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There was an ancient looking contraption that looked like an air conditioner/heater. We were in a very tiny and stuffy room. Although it was mid-October, it was rather warm inside. Some members of our tour group had to open... More
There was an ancient looking contraption that looked like an air conditioner/heater. We were in a very tiny and stuffy room. Although it was mid-October, it was rather warm inside. Some members of our tour group had to open the windows. Others did not have any complaints. So, be sure to get a room that has working air conditioner.