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Seemed to be classified as a guest house and the reception was at the hotel next door. Room quite basic but comfortable with a large balcony overlooking the river , quiet and wonderful views. All contact was with the neighbouring hotel and the receptionists were...More
Recommended by friends who go there regularly. We were not disappointed. An interesting small town with a lot of history. The river, the castle, a good selection of restaurants. Some interesting places within 30 to 40 minutes drive. Hotel staff really helpful. Will stay again...More
The location is wonderful and the view from the rooms overlooking the Guadiana River will be the highlight of your stay.
I had stayed here before so when I booked I called them and insisted to get one of the upper floor rooms as my...More
I was here together with a group of 10 friends amid a bicycle trip down the Guadiana river. The place was very well located, with an astonishing view (right in front of the river), clean and the host was very very helpful and nice to...More
I just checked in and already I love it!
The guest services were inviting, friendly and super informative. Clean, organized and the upgrade was a bonus.
Can't wait to wake up and see the view of the river! At night you can hear the frogs...More
US$40 - US$64 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from swanboy01 | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember an elevator, and the stairs are quite tight. There are also a few stairs to enter the building, I'm guessing at 5-10. If you want to avoid stairs you might be better staying in the adjacent Museo. It's... More
I don't remember an elevator, and the stairs are quite tight. There are also a few stairs to enter the building, I'm guessing at 5-10. If you want to avoid stairs you might be better staying in the adjacent Museo. It's essentially the same hotel. Don't know if this has an elevator but it is quite new.