Albarracin3.0 out of 5.0
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Perhaps not a good day...., staff very preoccupied with what appeared to be a private function. Children chasing each other around, no staff in the bar ( the harassed receptionist had to oblige). Big difference between pets allowed and pet friendly, the latter they definitely were not. Very frosty reception to our two well behaved dogs but they were happy to charge €10 each dog. The room was tiny, clean and functional and the food was good. Despite the wonderful setting and views there is nowhere to sit outside and the pool area is closed other than July/August. Very shabby but could be made into a fabulous outside seating area. Due to a local celebration of bull fighting, the main village square had been transformed into a makeshift bullring with bullfighting to take place the next day. We were told parking was in a public car park accessed via very steep steps, great fun with luggage and two dogs! However, the following morning whilst checking out I heard the receptionist (a different one) say to a fellow Spanish guest he could of course park outside the hotel. She probably didn't realise I understand Spanish. The worst was the noise...all night people walking around the village blowing horns ...nightmare. Couldn't wait to leave the next day. In the hotel's defence, they did warn us by email they couldn't guarantee a quiet time due to the village fiesta, but we didn't realise how bad it would be and that our being there appeared to be an inconvenience. To summarise, very pretty (a bit creepy) possibly a different atmosphere on another day....
Lovely view from room of the old town. Very nice staff who don't speak fluent English but enough to work things out. Note free parking is 5-10mins walk up the hill to the hotel. Great value option in the old town.
We stayed here for a single night on our trip to the south of Spain. It's probably because of our budget that my room was so extremely tiny, because now I see that this hotel also has beautiful big rooms with great view. The town itself is awesome by the way. I would highly recommend going for a walk in the evening, even when it can be quite a climb. The bed wasn't very comfortable, the bathroom was very tiny as well and not very clean. I didn't use the shower because I didn't feel comfortable with its hygiene. Toilet got stuck while "refilling" the water reservoir and wasn't usable until I pulled up the lid of the tank, after which it couldn't be put back down without help of their staff. Overall I got exactly what was paid for :) A room with a bed and clean water. Breakfast was very nice!
Nice atmosphere. Room was fine, bed was comfy. Bathroom was clean. Breakfast was good. You can park close to hotel when unloading luggage and other, longer term parking, is not far. We don't speak much Spanish but we there were plenty of English speakers on the staff.
The 1960's feel of the place was way more compensated for by the comfortable spacious bedroom offering a balcony with the best view in town. The world heritage village is supposed to be traffic free so hence none of the hotels in the old part offer parking. Be prepared for the walk up the hill back from the municipal car park after you have dropped off your luggage in reception. Breakfast was acceptable if slightly unimaginative. This hotel offers everything in the way of comfort for a short stay in this attractive, well worth visiting, village
The view of Albarracin from the balcony in our room was truly stunning, but the beds were really squeaky and the mattresses a bit thin. Unfortunately the swimming pool was closed even though it was 25 degrees centigrade - hot enough for me to swim! I feel this should have been made clear when I made the reservation.
ask for a bedroom with a view. helpful staff and they take dogs - which is crucial for us. quite simple rooms, but comfortable and a nice restaurant if you don't want to walk around in the evening. we arrived after a long drive and didn't want to walk any further as its quite a climb uphill to get there
Perfect location, go out of the hotel and take a left and within minutes your in the middle of this mi devil village. Reps were super nice helping us. Village is small so you can easily walk to any of the sites. No AC, but we didn't need it and room stayed comfy. WIFI was so so. Be ready for a long drive once you get off the main roads. We took a road trip to Granada, Ronda and this location.................. this was our Favorite!
We was only stopping over for the night but will definitely be going back. No air con in the room but with the windows open it was fine. The hotel is in a superb location with awesome views. We didn't eat in the hotel but that is because we went out and about
We can warmly recommend this hotel. Very helpful and friendly staff. The best bed room window view you could ever ask for and a very comfortable bead in a beautiful room. A great stay in a absolute marvellous little village in the Spanish mountains.
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71% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 494 reviews