We have stayed at this hotel twice with our 2 dogs ( labrador and springer x retriever). the location and rooms all perfect when travelling to and from the South of Spain. Unfortunately when we tried to book again, after the booking was made we received an email advising that…
The most en masse dormitory on the Camino outside municipal albergues. Bunk after bunk and if you get a bunk bed in the inner recesses, you will not get any air. Also, no enforcement of noise or light after its “curfew”. Spend less in Puente de Reina and you won’t get much worse…
Very nice hotel with very spacious modern rooms and very generous buffet style meal.Bar for a few healing drinks and chat with locals. Helpful staff who are happy to help with anything that the weary traveller might need.
We wanted to see what their restaurant looked like, but was stopped by one wairess. We declared that we only wanted to have a brief look, but the waitress said; you are not allowed to look at the restaurant until after 19:00??? In the morning at breakfast we asked for a 2nd cup…
This is one of the best albergues I have stayed in while doing the Camino de Santiago. I would highly recommend this albergue to anyone walking the Camino, it is €11 for a bed with one of the dinners on the Camino for €13 which is a buffet style meal.
"You might try booking a private room (sleeps 2 or 4 people - pick your bunk mates in advance)"
"We had a double room in the Albergue section: first class and great price!"
"Get a room in the back"
"For light sleepers - request a room at the rear"
"Think they are all the same"