Hotel Burlada2.0 out of 5.0
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I stayed here during the San Fermin festival, so all the prices were higher than usual, I presume. Regardless, I spent €120/night for a one bedroom, and for that price I expected a lot more than what I got. The hotel is located in Navarro, so getting to the Pamplona city center is a bit of a hassle. And there isn't much going on in Navarro, so you'll probably spend most of your time in Pamplona. My room was quite small. It only had the space for a bed and a mini desk. The bathroom was odd, as the shower didn't have walls surrounding it on all sides. On the plus side, the room had air conditioning and a closet. Overall, I expect €120/night to go much further in terms of amenities and location regardless of the festival.
Cheap but certainly not cheerful. Cafe staff indifferent at best. Bedroom was small, dirty, smelly and the bed wa very uncomfortable. We booked and paid for 3 nights and left after 1, happy to forfeit the money just to get out and away. Nice touch was the glowing mould in the bathroom.
I reserved this hotel for 2 nights many months in advance for The Running of the Bulls Festival. The manager Alfonso spoke English and was very personable. The room was very basic, my daughter took the twin bed and I took the double. We liked that the hotel was located close to the bus going to the city center plaza. We actually did even walk there one afternoon from the hotel. Otherwise, there wasn't a whole lot of anything around the hotel. We ate the paella and and had beers in the downstairs bar upon arrival and it was not very good but we were hungry. We watched the bull run on TV our final morning before leaving. Wi-Fi was a bit spotty in the room. I did go down for am coffee also on the last day before leaving It's nothing special but was a good location for why we were there. Prices are really jacked up for the festival too so expect to pay 3 times what it's worth.
On booking.com it said that the room would normally cost €160 and that they are doing a last-minute deal for €52!!! We naturally expected something really nice (!) but we're pretty disappointed... The room itself is basic! The window has a shutter/blind that doesn't block others from seeing you from the outside, so basically you don't have any privacy! The bathroom had damp on the ceiling and a couple of parts were broken. Overall it is a bit run-down. To make things worse, the hotel advertises their cafeteria / bar / restaurant so we gave it a go. We initially ordered two 4-cheeses pizzas (this was the only vegetarian food they had) and they asked us to come back down in 20 minutes. After reaching our room I got a phone call to say that they only have one pizza left! Meaning these are ready-made pizzas that cost €10!!! Being as hungry as we were, we agreed to substitute the 2nd pizza with a nice plate of vegetarian salad and some chips. They gave me a salad with tuna which they then had to change again, the chips were also from a ready-made brand, and because we asked to take the food to the room they placed an aluminium foil on the pizza which then stuck to it and removed half of the cheese... Altogether it cost us €19 for the worst dinner of our life! On the positive side, the reception staff were friendly and the bed was comfortable. I would not rush back here.
This is a super cheap hotel, so the price was in line with the quality. The staff were all very friendly, as were the people working in the little connected bar. The rooms are basic with cheap furniture. The bed was quite hard and uncomfortable, but we were jetlagged so we fell straight asleep. There were power outlets at each side of the bed, which was a much welcomed sight after traveling all day...thank you! The bathroom had a shower with a half-tub basin. The water pressure was fantastic! The hot water stayed hot throughout the shower. There was some mold around the tub and on the shower door, which could use a good scrubbing. There are no hair dryers in the rooms, but you can request one from the front desk. The WiFi worked well. Hotel is easy access to the #4 bus into Pamplona, which is just a few stops away. It was OK for a cheap hotel, but if I'm ever in the area again I'd likely choose a hotel that's a few steps up in quality.
Hotel Burlada is a basic modern hotel, it provides all of the amenities that you would expect. The room was tidy and the aircon worked well. WiFi didn't function too well in our room, we had to go down to the foyer until we got any decent coverage. There is a nice cafe below the hotel which you could get a decent coffee and breakfast. The reception didn't speak much English. In regards to location, it is a 40 minute walk into Pamplona or a 10 minute bus ride, there is a bus stop nearby. Overall a good place to base yourself whilst exploring Pamplona and all it has to offer.
We're doing some of the Camino. Hotel Burlada is just off the Camino as you enter Pamplona. Check in was fast. Room exceptionally clean, fresh towels and a shower to die for. The bar staff are very friendly and helpful. Nice selection of food. Free Wi-Fi. The Number 4 bus stop is 100 meters from the door and goes to the city centre every 15 minutes. On my next trip to Pamplona I will stay here
I stayed as part of a group of 13 in July 2014, The staff were amazing, they even helped secure us tickets to the bull fight. The rooms are very clean and comfortable, a little small but that's all you need as we were out at the festival most of the time. The hotel is a short 10 minute bus journey from the center of the festivities. There is a great bar in the hotel with cheap beer and plenty of tapas to keep your belly full.
while looking for overnight stay around pampolana came across this hotel just 5mins from city centre. rooms clean but just the basics nothing flash, great value at 45 euros a night, secure carparking 20yards away.which was important to us with our car loaded up with expensive presents. very helpful staff on the desk, didn't stop for breakfast due to early start. would stop here again if are in area again.
We stayed at Hotel Burlada while walking the Camino. It was very clean and basic, with very easy access to Pamplona via bus. Naxcho was extremely helpful in securing our transport (and luggage) to the next stage of our journey. I recommend this hotel if you are looking for a reasonable hotel right on the Camino, but away from busy Pamplona.
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51% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 99 reviews