This hotel is quite close to centre though about 500 yards from Cathedral. Yes it is on a busy street but that is mostly at day time. At night the double windows & shutters keep the room calm. Ours was 327 on third floor and did overlook this road and the ancient hospital. The room was very good and quite spacious with a good bathroom too. The underground car park was at times very crowded & not easy to enter some of the spaces. The cost of 13 Euro per night is a bit expensive. The really disappointing thing is that dinner is not until 22.30 & though this is normal for the area does not go down well with UK visitors. The bar did not open until then too so there was no place to relax before dinner. The "menu de las dias" remained the same for the 6 nights we were there so did not encourage one to stay in the hotel. The quality was poor. I thought that the hotel catered mainly for coach visitors & did not expect one to stay more than 2 nights. However not many other restaurants opened before that time though we did find 2. The Ojeda near the Plaza Mayor was one and the other Rincon de Espana was very good. This last one was near the Cathedral. One other point restaurants, museums & churches closed after 14.00 to 17.00 so it was mostly visiting these places in the morning. The main bus staion was close to the hotel so one could reach Madrid if required. Overall the hotel was clean & friendly staff but not a 4 star rating. Brian
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- Corona De Castilla Burgos
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