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Stayed just the one night at this hotel and frankly that was enough. The place feels like it is15 years behind it's competitors. The furnishings are dowdy and dated, the air conditioning is poor and the breakfast buffet was appalling. Watered down orange juice is...More
Response from HotelDireccion, Director of Sales at Sercotel Hotel Corona de CastillaResponded 5 July 2013
We are very sorry for bad experience that you describe in your opinion.
This is not our usual standard of quality.
If you have the occasion, returning to the hotel, we will provide a pleasant stay.
Stayed one night in room 207, overlooking the road with the hotel sign blocking what would have been the view. This hotel is supposed to be a four star...no way, I have never been anywhere so disorganised and unfriendly and they are supposed to be...More
Hotel room was very quiet and clean and included refrig and nice shower and a few amenities. It was a little difficult to control the temp. on a hot day and the room could have been bigger. Still th short walk to the cathedral, restaurants,...More
This hotel is quite close to centre though about 500 yards from Cathedral. Yes it is on a busy street but that is mostly at day time. At night the double windows & shutters keep the room calm. Ours was 327 on third floor and...More
We were moved here when our chosen hotel with the same chain was apparently having some problems, we arrived in mid-afternoon and I know it was a Sunday but the place seemed to be deserted, after six hours driving we were unable to get a...More
Response from Rosario L | Reviewed this property |
There was an ancient looking contraption that looked like an air conditioner/heater. We were in a very tiny and stuffy room. Although it was mid-October, it was rather warm inside. Some members of our tour group had to open... More
There was an ancient looking contraption that looked like an air conditioner/heater. We were in a very tiny and stuffy room. Although it was mid-October, it was rather warm inside. Some members of our tour group had to open the windows. Others did not have any complaints. So, be sure to get a room that has working air conditioner.