Hotel Silken Reino de Aragón4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stopped 2 nights. Staff welcome very good. Room clean. Parking under the hotel, entrance just past hotel, if you have hotel on your right. Good location to explore centre. A must roman ruins ( closed afternoons). Gratis for pensioners. Our 2nd visit here. Sadly room decor has deteriorated and towels a bit past it. Tiles need a regrout but hey ho it's a nice hotel. Can't comment on food this time as we ate out.
Very well located, just in the centre of the city, really close to everything: restaurants, shops, commercial areas, touristics zone. Confortable rooms with one king size bed or twins. Very clean and not too noisy to be in the centre.
I visited Zaragoza one weekend in middle of March and found this hotel very centrally located in the city. I would soon regret to have ever stayed at this hotel when encountered with the receptionist who seemed genuinely bored and uninterested in service quality and did not make us feel welcome at all. Unfortunately very bad attitude throughout the check in experience. Furthermore, dirty bed sheets was another disappointment so I would never return to this hotel again.
I found the staff excellent and very helpful. The hotel is very attractive the rooms are spacious and well furnished. Parking is easy for a city centre hotel. There is a good restaurant with the hotel in addition there is a good selection of restaurants close by.
First visit to Zaragosa, and very impressed with city and this hotel just outside the historic district and near main Plaza Espana, so walking distance to most historic sites, restaurants,Tapas Bars (not a big fan of Tapas but key area for that is also walking distance). The hotel is in an old historic building but renovated so rooms are spacious, comfortable and well arranged. Hotel Staff friendly, all competent in English, and helpful with suggestions on places to visit and to eat. We found two exellent restaurants (La Scala and La Buganvilla) by chance, but if you seek a good sit-down meal in a place frequented mainly by locals, try either. But make a reservation for lunch first as the places are packed at lunch time. Our routine was big buffet breakfast at hotel then late lunch (3 PM or after) and very light snack and coffee (or tapas) in evening. Not big on bars, but the choice seemed vast, especially in historic areas. Do not miss the Palacio Aljaferia, originally the Muslim palace that retained much of the Islamic influence even after the Reconquista; a bit away from historic town, so either taxi or bus to get there though a pleasant walk back (25 minutes). Home of Catherine of Aragon before marrying Arthur and then Henry Tudor, so full of history and very picturesque with both Muslim and Chrstian influences before the Inquisition put end to that. Certainly rivals Seville, cordoba & Granada. Also must see: Zaragoza Museum, Plaza del Pilar, Basicila of Our Lady of the Pillar & so much more. You need at least one (very) full day to see everything worthwhile (we spent two nights and one full day) and to see the city at night with all the lights. Everything was within walking distance. Also if traveling by car, their garage associated with the hotel has direct access, and fairly reasonable rates (15 Euros per night) for guests considering downtown location.
Perfect location, helpful staff, clean and does what it should. Little noisy as our room was above a function marquee but we were so tired didn't bother us. car park was necessary fir us and they had one, would stay again, breakfast good
Overall this was a very nice hotel with a modern style. It is located just at the edge of the city centre with a 5 minute walk to the central cathedral. The room was decent size and very clean. Only downside was the intermittent wifi. The breakfast was very good with a large selection but quite expensive.
I have been at this hotel a few times only for one night. This time I stayed for 3 nights. Staff efficient and friendly. Reception area very smart. A good start. Room was clean and serviceable. Did not like the single beds put together. Looked like a double bit was not. Prefer to spread out in a double. Breakfast was good. Good variety of choice from hot food to fruit and various breads and cakes. Really very central to everything. Easy to hail a taxi outside the hotel entrance. If the taxi is showing a green light it's available. If you are travelling via the train leave at least 60 minutes to get there especially in the morning. Zaragossa is a very nice city by the way. In the evening families are out walking together. It seems and feels very safe.
Hotel selected by our tour. Staff was not friendly. Breakfast was the worst of any of several hotels we stayed in thru Portugal and Spain. Terrible organization of the breakfast area resulting in lines and confusion. Noisy room. Would never choose this hotel.
This was our second hotel in the city this week. Clean comfortable rooms with all the amenities one would expect. Centrally located on one of the main thoroughfares in the city. Surprisingly quiet but we did have a rear facing room. Again ideal for those persons not intending to spend a great deal of time in the hotel. Could not be closer to shops and restaurants. Breakfast choices were typical Spanish fayre with very few hot items. Staff were friendly.
Located in Zaragoza Old Town, Hotel Silken Reino de Aragón is within a 5-minute walk of popular attractions such as Plaza de Espana and Zaragoza Museum. This 117-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like a 24-hour fitness center and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Zaragoza and also a short walk from Plaza del Pilar and Basilica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning off right with buffet breakfast served for a fee.
Hotel Silken Reino de Aragón's 117 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries, and beds are dressed in pillow menus. Desks are also included.
At Hotel Silken Reino de Aragón, guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and conference space. Self parking is offered for EUR 16 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with tours or tickets, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 447 reviews