Welcome to Hotel Balaguer, your Balaguer “home away from home.” Hotel Balaguer aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Hotel Balaguer guest, you can enjoy a restaurant that is available on-site.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Escola De Cafè or Bar 1900, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Balaguer.
Best of all, Hotel Balaguer makes it easy to experience many great Balaguer attractions like Santurari Sant Crist de Balaguer (0.5 km) and Santa Maria de Balaguer (0.3 km), which are a short distance away.
Hotel Balaguer puts the best of Balaguer at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I’ve stayed worse places. But it has little to commend it. I use a wheelchair. It’s not accessible. One step up from the street. Two steps down to reception and two more for the lift. There is level access from car park to lift, but it only holds two cars. We’d booked a double, got a twin. Nice view over Segre river. Bathroom dated. 19(0’s 4” (10cm) tiles in pink. No adaptations at all. I had messaged ( they didn’t reply ). No grab handles. Not even a shower stool. Single beds ok. Room clean. Heating worked.
In the town centre. It offers suites and rooms with nice views direct on the Segre, town's river. There is the possibility to have breakfast, lunch and dinner directly on the ground floor. A good place to take a break when your are visiting this wonderful region plenty of beautiful places for trekking, and splendid culinary and wine discoveries and experiences .
I had to wait in Balaguer for my replacement credit card to arrive after my wallet had been lifted in Barcelona. I had stayed here ten years ago and found it comfortable, if not luxurious. It had not changed much. Staff were without exception friendly and helpful, although I do not think they speak English. It is fairly priced and, in spite of the quayside location, quiet, especially at night.
The room & bathroom were very clean but basic. The window opened onto an interior patio & room was dark & claustrophobic, like sleeping in an underground bunker. The woman at the desk gave us the allocated key at check-in & said she knew nothing about the location of the rooms.
Can't tell anything bad about the hotel itself but its surroundings look rather depressing - it seemed as if we were in some poor African country. Probably the bleakest stop of our otherwise great trip. Parking was for an extra fee in a tiny two car garage.