We stayed for one night, room only. The room was modern and decorated nicely we a small balcony, enough space for one person to stand on, overlooking the river. We found the beds very comfortable but the air conditioning not very good. We couldn't open the window as the room would fill with small flies probably because we were close... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Constructed at the end of the XIX century, Hotel Termas**** partially maintains its original Mozarabic style, which is its main characteristic trait. It is the principal hotel in the spa, due to its elegance and tradition. It has 67 rooms, all with fully-equipped bathrooms, hairdryer, telephone, heating, air conditioning, Sat-TV with international channels and minibar. It offers room service and has a restaurant. The hotel remains open all year round.The building was refurbished recently, although still keeps part of the decoration from last century in Mozarabic style. The cupola stands out, located in the mentioned Mozarabic area, as does the Roman tombstone from the end of the 1st century, and at the entrance of the spa rooms the fountain is found, a replica of the Patio de los Leones fountain in the Alhambra, Granada.The comfort of the rooms and the quality of the services guarantee an unforgettable stay. ... more less
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