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And that’s not a slur on Hostels but overall that’s what this accommodation reminded us of
It’s basic and cramped and unlike a hostel I didn’t sleep well at all and I can usually sleep on a chicken’s lip
I’m on five foot so the...More
Would never stay at this hotel again. Small single beds, easy to tip over. Headboard was metal and not attached. Bedside lamp was flickering off and on. Beds and pillows were horrible. Window looked straight into a restaurant which was luckily not open. Would not...More
I would not stay here again. I made the reservation through Booking.com and there was supposed to be a terrace - there was no terrace. Wifi did initially not work in the room but only in the lobby. A reset fixed it though. AC in...More
We had booked a room at the Hotel Don Javier, but because work was been done to some of the rooms they moved us to the hotel Plaza de Toros, just across the pedestrian street. We spent the next two nights in a clean room...More
I spent two weeks in Spain and this was by far my worst hotel. While it is in a great location, that comes with constant noise from the restaurants below. I asked to be moved to a quieter room and the super-rude woman at the...More
There was a lift to access the rooms, ours was on the first floor. Not sure about the bathroom, would probably depend on specific rooms. Suggest contacting the management to be sure. There were a couple of steps from street... More
There was a lift to access the rooms, ours was on the first floor. Not sure about the bathroom, would probably depend on specific rooms. Suggest contacting the management to be sure. There were a couple of steps from street level into the lobby, from memory.
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"Ask for room with a view of the valley and you will not hear noise from the street."