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All in all good standard. Room is big and has good quality furniture. It is situated a little walk from the city center, so the place could be better. Parking in front of the hotel. Lacks a bit of charm.
Staid eventually during my Holliday.
They have a very tasty food and a vanguard Spanish cuisine with a mix of the best products from the area and trending cuisine skills. Historic building and huge marble lobby, you must ask for the history there is behind,...More
The staff was horrible! I made my booking while still in the US, and it stated free parking. When I got there I found out there was not guaranteed free parking, just on available basis. I ended up having to park nearly a mile away...More
This is a very nice hotel. It was the palace of the Count of Arizon which was completely abandoned and in ruins. The place is still in recovery, but have no fear, you don´t see or feel anything of the work being done. This property...More
Sometimes when I read reviews by other travellers I wonder if they have stayed at the same hotel that I have. This hotel provided one of the most enjoyable experiences we have experienced in 40 years of travel for both pleasure and business which has...More
US$69 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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