We spent a night here after the third day walking the Camino Way. The location was perfect in the old part of town close to bars and restaurants as well as the church. The rooms were clean. The manager who met us was polite, helpful and mild mannered. It was a good start. The downside was that the street was noisy with a bakery opposite, occasional cars and a ‘youth hostel’ being visited by many noisy people throughout the night. The restaurant was small and also doubled up as the bar. We felt it was too close to the bar and smoke from the smokers outside came into restaurant. We didn’t eat there. It was open plan from reception/bar with the doors left open which meant noise and smell came upstairs.
Stayed here on our Camino in May hotel was clean, rooms were good size, room was very warm at night, staff were night but very overworked. We were a group of 8 so dining that night the person who served us was also the barman and server in the public area he was excellent and as we were not rushing it was ok. Noisy at night and you could hear everything from the floor below and street.
This was the worst hotel I stayed in on our camino journey- two staff on for reception, bar and restaurant and they seemed to be new and not familiar with how things worked. I wished I had eaten elsewhere,I got hair in my food, which was promptly changed out for another plate when pointed out, but I think it just turned me off a bit. No apologies, my plate was just taken without a word and replaced.Food very basic in a strange dining room- its more like a storage room, lots of other unused tables, chairs, fridges just messily piled up in the corner. A drink at the bar seemed to result in an ongoing commentary about us- I just had a bad experience there. Next morning, breakfast was ok, good coffee and fruit. I did sleep OK as I was tired but no where to put my bag, the room was small. Decent WiFi.…
Stayed here on our Camino in May. The hotel is clean, the rooms reasonably sized, and the beds comfortable. That said, while the hotel is on a quiet street, it is certainly a noisy place on a Saturday night. Breakfast the next morning was disappointing, a few small pieces each of meat and cheese, a glass of orange juice, a mini-croissant still in its plastic wrapper, fruit and yogurt. While we did not expect a full breakfast, fresh bread would be a nice touch. The cafe con leche was excellent, though. The hotel is about 2 blocks from the Camino.
This modern conversion behind an old street facade was not the best. Walls were thin, plumbing could be heard, and the central stairs were steel, open tread and noisy. Meals were the poorest of the week. Dull dinner and frugal breakfast in loud, echoing dining room. Strange approach to lay up with the chairs purposely turned sideways!