See why so many travellers make Hotel Condesa de Chinchon their hotel of choice when visiting Chinchon. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Condesa de Chinchon offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a concierge. Plus, Hotel Condesa de Chinchon offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
Nearby landmarks such as Casa de Goya (0.2 mi) and Casa de la Cadena (0.3 mi) make Hotel Condesa de Chinchon a great place to stay when visiting Chinchon.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to Meson Quinones Cuevas del Murcielago, El meson de la Virreina, or Meson El Duende, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Condesa de Chinchon.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Plaza mayor de Chinchon (0.1 mi), Iglesia Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion (0.1 mi), and Mirador de la Iglesia (0.1 mi), which are some popular Chinchon attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Condesa de Chinchon as you experience all of the things Chinchon has to offer.
Stayed for one night on way home from England .easy stop over from Santander to Costa Blanca nice quite inexpensive hotel very clean with a decent WiFi system in the bedroom we had a walk into the town square and after some food and drinks walked to the hotel for a early night as we were exhausted from the previous 3 days traveling.
Nice little hotel with a traditional Spanish look & feel. A little dated perhaps but the hotel has some nice areas from the lobby done in typical understated grandness, to the charming courtyard at the back. The rooms are a good size with lovely little balconies overlooking the courtyard. The bathrooms too are a decent size & the water hot enough. We did find that because there are no carpets in the rooms or hallway that you could hear people in other rooms etc. I should imagine this might be annoying if the hotel is full. Beds were comfortable & the rooms were clean. The breakfast is decent enough - the eggs were cold though - i'm not sure why the hotel doesn't have a heated tray to keep things warm? Generally a nice choice but more of a European type of breakfast. The hotel is perfect for seeing the local sights & a few minutes from the main plaza. Parking is at the back in underground parking - see the receptionist in the lobby on your way round to let them know you need parking & you will be buzzed through the back gate. Parking is an additional charge. We ate dinner in the restaurant across the road from the hotel - very good prices for Chinchon & good food (Diner-type menu & more varied than traditional).…
Last time we visited Chinchón I tried to book the Parador, but it was full so we went for this hotel which is directly opposite. We enjoyed our last stay so this time it was our first choice. The room this time was bigger. The furnishings are a bit old fashioned, but I suppose that is part of its charms. On the downside it has no restaurant which means you have to go out and eat whether you feel like it or not, although to be fair there is a wide choice of restaurants. Breakfast Spanish style is fine but like most others they fall far short with the “hot” food. The eggs were congealed and cold and the bacon cold and greasy. I suppose the moral is when in Rome..... It is however good value when compared to others and another stay in the future is not out of the question.
This was our second visit to Chinchon. Our first time we stayed in the Parador but this hotel was excellent and so much cheaper. We had a huge room with windows and a small balcony overlooking the street. And a side view which gave a very nice airflow. The bed was big and comfy but the flat pillows were not. The bathroom was big with a deep jacuzzi bath and overhead shower. The bath however took ages to fill although the shower worked OK. I did struggle to remove the plug as the pull was broken on it and even my husband had problems. The hotel itself is very traditional with a pretty courtyard and seating area outside and the garage is very conveniently accessible by lift. The breakfast was fine the usual typical food and OK for €8. But I do think charging an extra €1.75 for orange juice is a bit cheeky as is €2 for a small bottle of water that can be bought in the little bakers up the street for 50c. Hence not a perfect 5. …
Chinchón is usually an overcrowded place during the day but nobody stays overnight becase is very close to Madrid. Nevertheless it is worth night and you can have dinner on the beautiful main square. This hotel is better and cheaper than the Parador. Rooms are huge and it is centrally located. Private underground parking for a small fee. Great patio to have a drink in the evening.