The photograph of the hotel on booking.com gives the impression that Hotel Riopar is somehow located in beautiful, hilly woodland. The address, of course, gives it away, as it is actually located on the edge of the town.
Having said that, we were given a double room on the second floor overlooking the hills, so I have nothing to complain about the view from the bedroom. However, if you are going to offer a room with a balcony, then for goodness sake provide a couple of chairs so that you do not have to lean on the railing to admire the view!
The room itself was a good size, the double bed was comfortable, the bathroom was OK, but again no chairs in evidence anywhere. There were a couple of backless small stools tucked under a small table, but really quite useless.
A small, but modern TV occupied one corner; having flicked through at least twenty channels without finding one that sported a picture you could actually see clearly, I gave up. I'm perfectly happy... More