Hotel B-Nor1.0 out of 5.0
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Situated on a very busy street, about 15min walk from the old town. The rooms are small, but freshly decorated. Cleaning is carried out every day, with fresh towels supplied. Beds and pillows comfortable. We were situated on the 'street' side of the hotel, which was fine provided the French windows were kept closed. On opening the windows, the noise and smell of the outside traffic was horrendous. We had a little balcony, but were really unable to use it because of the traffic. The room had a television, but unfortunately there were no 'English' channels available. The bathroom was fine, with a good shower over a small bath. The ventilation in the bathroom was inadequate however, and caused the room to feel rather damp. Our main gripe was the fact that we were unable to switch on the heater in our room. We returned to the hotel one evening soaking wet and asked if we could have the heater switched on. We were told that this could not be done because it would mean switching all of the heaters on!
We arrived in Santiago after the Camino by bicycle. We stayed two nights and it was perfect. The owner is very sweet and helpful, she let us keep our bicycles inside. The room was nicely decorated with a correct size, very clean and we slept comfortably. Only the bathroom was a bit small. Returning in Santiago in the future, will be back there!
This family run hotel offers exeptional service and clean, spacious rooms. All for a really good price. The staff is very friendly and helpful making it the ideal place to stay after having done the camino. The woman at the front desk was very sweet and told us loads about the city of Santiago De Compostella, its history and worthwhile places to visit. We would definately recommend this hotel to everyone visiting SDC.
I had a room in the 1st floor, front side, next the neon lights, but I was so tired that even with opened window I had an excellent sleep. The room was perfectly clean, simple, though had a chic arrangement. The old town is about 10 mins walk away. There is no possibility to eat at the hotel, but if you are extremely hungry, try the “Istambul Döner Kebab”, ca. 300 meters away from the hotel, on the right side, direction city center, here you can get a huge and tasty portion for a good price. Norma, the owner of the hotel is very friendly, straight and enthusiastic about Galicia and she helped me with a lot of information and even planed my route around the region, so I got to Ezaro Falls (a must see!), Fisterra, Muxia and a lot of other wonderful places, although I had an extremely foggy and rainy weather, it was an unforgettable experience. Thanks for your hospitality again! : )
A thoroughly enjoyable stay at Hotel B-Nor in Santiago. The hotel is very reasonably priced and exceeded all our expectations. We had a large room on the second floor at the back which was completely silent at night. Comfortable beds and beautifully clean rooms. The hotel is located a short (5-10 minute) walk from the centre of the city, but it was great to dip in and out when we wanted to get away from the crowds and noise. Fifteen minutes from the railway station but easily walkable. The lady on reception (the owner?) couldn't have been friendlier as we asked her about the city and the region. I will definitely stay here again and I can thoroughly recommend it!
Great family-run hotel. Very friendly and welcoming. Nice and clean with some character too. Room was warm which isn't always a given in hotels in northern Spain I have found. Very close to the old town - about 15 mins walk and also has bars, shops and restaurants on the doorstep. Very close to the Hospital Clinico de Santiago. I would stay here again as great value for money.
My friend and found this place after finishing our Camino. After staying the night at another place close to the Cathedral, we were looking for something much cleaner and more comfortable. We ducked in to check the place out and were happy we did. We liked it enough to come again after returning to Santiago.
This hotel is a popular choice for guests of the university as it is adjacent to the south campus. It's only about a 15 minute walk to the old town, though not the ideal location for a tourist. My room was quiet and had a window overlooking a yard and campus. The walls seem a bit thin, though I had no problems with noisy neighbors. The room and en suite bathroom were clean, and the bed was comfortable. The room was small, but by no means cramped--actually pretty spacious for an urban European hotel. Accommodations are basic--there is a small TV (Spanish channels only), towels, soap, and bedding are provided along with a desk, wardrobe and phone. That's about it. There is a sitting room downstairs with an old computer with an internet connection. I opted to use wi-fi at a cafe across the street instead. There is an elevator. No food is served, but there many several restaurants nearby for meals. Note, the chatty proprietors speak Spanish, French, and I think Italian, but not English. So you need to either know a bit of one of those languages or have a phrase book. At night, you do have to ring the doorbell for entry. Overall, a tourist will probably prefer to spend a bit more for a better location and/or a place with a bit more character, but at a mere 36 euro per night, overall it was a good value and a good place to stay.
Hotel muy bien ubicado , cerca de todo, para aparcar el coche ay cerca dos parking , si no detrás en el campus de la universidad, las muchachas de recepción muy simpáticas y agradables. Habitaciones estupendas y muy acogedoras.
Cuando buscamos hotel estaba casi todo reservado y optamos por este hotel, no está en el centro, pero en un paseo de 10-15 minutos llegas. Tiene todo lo necesario para disfrutar de una buena estancia. Es un hotel pequeño pero acogedor. Lo recomiendo 100%. Justo enfrente tienes la panadería Mario, donde se almuerza fenomenal
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66% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 45 reviews