NH Zamora Palacio del Duero4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
No surprises, but in a good way. Our room had a lovely , unreal view to the cathedral. Room was clean and comfortable, but a bit on the small side. The bathroom was large with plenty of room to lay out our stuff. Beds very comfortable. Breakfast very nice and plentiful. Hotel is located a short walk to the old town, but is very quiet. Parking was no problem in the streets around the hotel. Zamora was very enjoyable and unfortunately we only had one day there.
We spent one night here to quickly visit Zamora but we will definitely return. The hotel is very conveniently situated for an easy walk up into the picturesque town. The staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel is imaginatively designed to fit into its environment. The bedroom was very comfortable and clean with a roomy bathroom. Breakfast was plentiful with a great selection of fruits and tortilla on request with your chosen ingredients. We managed to find parking in the surrounding streets. A very nice place to stay to visit this interesting town with a great slection of restaurants and tapas bars.
Zamora is a comfortable stopover between Madrid and Porto (at least for us) and staying here added to the pleasure. The hotel is a short walk from town (5-10 minute, up a small hill), very clean comfortable, well run. Breakfast was great. We got the "suite". well worth it.
The hotel is very well located. All the major attractions of Zamora are within walking distance. Room was spacious and comfortable. The breakfast room is a little too small when everyone goes at the same time.
The hotel is attractive and welcoming. The young man on reception was exemplary; warm, cheerful, helpful, and spoke immaculate English. We had booked a superior room which was on the front corner of the hotel, with three windows; the extra space and light was welcome. As in the NH hotel we stayed in in Vigo, connecting a iPhone 4 to the Internet was an issue, but was finally resolved. The room was a tad hot, and the aircon wasn't really up to the job. At night, this was made worse by a too warm duvet. The position of the hotel was good. A few minutes walk to the Plaza Major one way, and a few minutes to a riverside walk the other way. As always in Spain, parking is a problem. There are a few small streets where parking is free, otherwise, the hotel has, I believe, a car park.
Lovely spot easy parking for free outside hotel , quiet area no noise little traffic ,staff helpful close to town leave vehicle parked .6€ taxi ride per cab. Will stay again rooms clean hotel spotless nice and quiet spot.
Hotel is conveniently located within walking distance to Old Town, it has a free of charge car parking place.Some parts of the hotel are adapted from the old cloister , so it is great to do some exploring (for instance the murals in the dining room),but the hotel itself is modern.The room are spacious ,clean and very pleasant .Our room had a balcony overlooking the inner courtyard .There was was a blind wall overlooking our window ,but the wall had a very realistic mural giving a feeling of space - a very nice touch.The breakfast was good,sufficient , but it would be good to have some vegetables .The hotel has it's own restaurant ,very convenient if you coming to the hotel late ( it is open 8.30 - 10.30 PM).It offers set menu with reasonable price 20 euros for 3 dishes per person and btl. of wine The staff tries to be helpful ,but their English is quite poor ,so Spanish dictionary will be very helpful. Wi-Fi free of charge .
We were with a party of Naturetrek travellers exploring the plains south of the Picos. We stayed for three nights at this hotel. The first thing that strikes you is its position and architecture. Its a converted flour mill situated right alongside a spendid church. You can't miss the hotel, just look for the huge chimney around which it is built. Inside many of the old mill workings have been incorporated into the new structure. The hotel is part of a 'chain' so don't expect personal service, the rooms are functional and clean. Our meals were pre-booked as a group and so we had little choice, but what we did have was good. If you are interested in 'modern art' look out for the pictures made from card-board cartons! It wasn't art for me, but what do I know?! Zamora itself is an interesting town with lots to see and well worth a stop. There are lovely walks along the rive bank just opposite the hotel and a great variety of bird life.
The best deal in my last 10 experiences in hotels: really kind staff, good services, great location, and amazing hotel (build in a old monastery but everything brand new and well done). Great breakfast with everything (fresh fruit, handmade cakes, good bread, natural juices, yoghurt, etc.), super peaceful place, great minimalist and modern decoration well connect with the place that is full of history, in door park, the best location (two minutes walking from the principal square). Highly recommended. Love it all... Highly recommend
We had booked a Superior Room because it appeared larger and it had a balcony. The room we were given wasn't that large and with lots more furniture than two people need, so much so that we had a hard time moving around. Fortunately the in room safe didn't work do they moved us to another room. The view from both rooms was either a smoke stack or the side of a church. Our second room had less furniture and it seemed larger. The hotel is a 10 -15 minute walk uphill to the historic part of town. Service was good when it came to addressing our requests. Not all staff had good English language skills so sometimes communicating wasn't too successful. Breakfast was a cold buffet with eggs cooked to order. WiFi worked OK but it came with the standard NH Hotels authentication process, which sometimes can be a challenge. When we checked in we asked about a walk in shower rather than a tub/shower combo. We were told all rooms have the combo. The room we ended up with had a tub that had a very high side to get in, and once in it, it was extremely slippery and dangerous.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
- Laundry facilities
NH Zamora Palacio del Duero places you within a 10-minute stroll of Puente de Piedra and Plaza Mayor. Each of the 49 rooms at this 4-star hotel includes a sitting area, a minibar, and a TV. It's in central Zamora and also a short walk from Iglesia de San Juan de Puerta Nueva and Abastos Market.
Enjoy a bite to eat at La Vinicola, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.
All 49 soundproofed accommodations feature sitting areas. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and bathrobes, and beds are dressed in pillow menus. Minibars, safes, and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests of NH Zamora Palacio del Duero enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, 8 meeting rooms, and a business center. Self parking is available for EUR 15.40 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a library, express check-in, and free newspapers.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 643 reviews