I stayed at Las Rosales a month back while doing a bit of the Ruta de Don Quijote. I arrived late in the evening, and the owner not only waited up, but took me to a friend's cafe (the only place open in town - overlooking the main square - that I never would have found on my own), where they made the most enormous sandwich ever and stayed up talking about the history of the town, politics, etc... Like being treated as family!
The next day I climbed the Castle-ruins overlooking the town (careful with the cliffs!)... Totally stunning. If you're at all in the area, be sure to stay at Las Rosales. It's not a super-lux hotel, but very very clean, comfortable, super welcoming, and you'll be welcomed as family.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brand new familiar hotel, situated in a quiet and peaceful place in front of the mountains. The rooms are provided with a bathroom, TV, AC, heater and a big terrace with great views. ... more less