Eurosol Leiria & Jardim3.0 out of 5.0
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I stayed at this hotel two nights on my first visit to Portugal. The carpets in the hallways and furnishings seemed a bit old, but the room was spotless, the bed comfortable, and the internet worked well. Service was courteous and the included breakfast simple but generous. The dining room is on the eighth floor, a really good idea as there are beautiful views of the town of Leiria and its castle, high on a hilltop. All in all it was a good home base for a pretty intense working trip--I enjoyed being here.
The hotel was a bit outdated, the fridge in the room wasn't working and there was almost no space to store your luggage.. The view of the city while we had breakfast was great! The bar was also nice, and the location of the hotel is perfect
Stayed in the hotel for 2 nights for business. Location is nice, close to the highway about one hour from Lisbon Airport. The room was good, lots of space and clean. Bathroom was OK, only in my room the shower leaked so the bathroom was always wet. Bed was OK but it took some time to figure out the purpose of all the blankets which were on ;)! The location is ideal to go for a run, there is a small river with a good path which allows you to easily make a 4km lap. Loads of bridges in between so if you want to shorten it's easy to do so. There is a square about 5 mins walk away where you can have a drink and diner, although the restaurants did not look very high class the food was fine and cheap. The bar on top of the hotel was very quiet and it looked deserted. You had to call for service which came very quickly. Nice view over the city and the Castello (castle).
Although the building is a bit old and needs a little brushup, the rooms are very comfortable, the meals are served with high standar and the price is very satisfactory. Plus, it's located not too far from the city center: just enough to enjoy a peaceful staying and to be able to get to places with a little stroll.
I was in business trip and stayed there only one night. in general good enough, in report of price and what the hotel offer. room acceptable, quite old fashionable furnitures. windows in my room didn't open and was so hot and terrible night. breakfast ok, within standard. for busness trip it's a good value.
Stayed here for 2 weeks during a trip for work. We shared bedrooms per 2 members of our company, and a single desk in each room then presents a challenge if you need to work in the evening. The rooms and furniture are well dated, but kept clean and tidy. The breakfast is served on the top floor of the hotel, overlooking the town with windows (and nice views) in all directions. The buffet-style breakfast is more than satisfactory to start the day. Be sure to arrive well ahead of the evening hours, since parking spots are not too plentiful and fill up quickly as guests start arriving back at the hotel for dinner.
No flair! Standards of the 1980s. Room was outdated, bed poor. Very few international TV programs which is what you really miss if everything else is boring. Staff was helpful. Restaurant on 8th floor with view. But you will not have missed anything if you stayed away.
Stay away. The restaurant service was terrible. They invite you between 11:00 - 24:00 but when I arrived at 19:00 hungry, the bar tender / waiter told me to get off as he will not serve any food for the next 1 hr or so. Even if the hotel manager was kind and polite this is not what you expect event at a 3*** hotel. Rooms poor, WiFi poor. When they have a tourist group forget about getting a lift to the restaurant floor, forget about breakfast table, forget about good breakfast.
We recently spent 4 nights in June in the Eurosol Hotel and thought it was a great place to stay. The hotel itself is large and modern and a bit characterless, however it provides a great base for visiting nearby attractions. Although I had booked a standard room, when we checked in we were given a 1 bedroom apartment at no extra cost. It was a great space consisting of a large kitchen/dining/lounge room, a separate good-sized bedroom with a great view over to the castle, and a good modern bathroom. It was very clean and comfortable, and had good wi-fi in the rooms and a quiet and efficient air conditioner. A basic but adequate breakfast was included in the price. The best thing about the hotel is the location. It is a few minutes walk (via a pedestrian footbridge opposite the hotel and over the river) to the bus station and a five minute walk to the shopping centre, the old part of the town and a good range of cafes and restaurants. It is a 20 minute walk (uphill and quite steep) to reach the pretty castle which overlooks the town. We used the hotel as a base to visit a number of nearby towns. Nazare, Fatima, Alcobaca and Batalha can all be reached using the local bus service (see http://www.rodotejo.pt/ for bus timetables) - there are enough buses to see each of them as a day trip, though be prepared to change buses mid-trip in some cases. Leiria itself is an attractive non-touristy town. It has a lovely town square which is a nice place to have a drink and a meal in the evening. We really enjoyed staying here. Overall, the Eurosol is a good, clean, comfortable and well run hotel with very friendly and helpful staff. We enjoyed our stay there and would recommend it for anyone visiting Leiria.
The room was basic to say the least, the only upgrade or renovation since the 1980s was a flat screen TV bolted onto the wall where there was space. The small room had a fridge, which took up a lot of the room’s space, and the fridge was an hourly alarm clock as each time it started up it rattled and groaned. It got unplugged during the night. Someone else in the party had a room with a window that did not close properly which caused a draught, while my room was too hot. A couple of missing light bulbs here and there, with the non-responsive air con controls hanging from the wall. The bed curved like a banana. Pillows lumpy - filled with what I can only think is old rice pudding. The bathroom was decorated in a dark blue colour scheme; you’ll need a minor’s lamp to see what you’re doing. If you’re looking for the cheapest room in the town this hotel may be for you, but at the cost of comfort and the ability to relax. Breakfast was a basic continental buffet style of cereals/yoghurts and pastries/breads, and some hot offerings.
Eurosol Leiria & Jardim places you within a leisurely stroll of Rodrigues Lobo Square and Leiria Castle. This 3-star hotel has 135 guestrooms and offers conveniences like free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Also close to this Leiria hotel are Leiria Cathedral and Carlos Joalheiro Lda.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
The 135 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, phones, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer free toiletries and bidets.
Guests staying at Eurosol Leiria & Jardim enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and a computer station.
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45% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 107 reviews