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Let me begin by saying that the room, although tiny was very clean and breakfast was good. It was the first night of my camino walk and I arrived late (around 7.30) when the man on reception eventually came out he flung my key at...More
We stayed at Hotel Ramuntcho earlier this week. The room was well equipped except that it had no cooling and it was quite a hot note night. The bedding provided was a thick doona and there was no separate sheet - this bedding did not...More
Hotel Ramuntcho was the worst hotel I have ever stayed at along the Camino. The receptionists could not have been colder, unhelpful....:in fact downright mean. I greeted them warmly and was very polite. They did not reciprocate. Hotel itself was dark and dingy. Again, the...More
I arrived to Ramuntcho Hotel with injure left knee, in pain, frustrated after the AA lost my luggage in Paris, and lost a day for the train's workers strike. What a beginning of my walk to El Camino. The wonderful experience I had that lift...More
Our room was clean but very small, and on the 3rd floor with no lift. The stairs were very steep and creaky, and the banisters very wobbly. The service at reception was very lackadaisical. It was fairly noisy both within the hotel, and from out...More
Response from Foolfortravel2014 | Reviewed this property |
Hi from the train station follow the main street uphill, follow the signs to the French Camino porto, and the hotel is on your right after you go through the gate/porto. At the corner of the main street it is on your right... More
Hi from the train station follow the main street uphill, follow the signs to the French Camino porto, and the hotel is on your right after you go through the gate/porto. At the corner of the main street it is on your right as well.
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"Fun to have a window overlooking the street to see the pilgrims, but it will be noisier in the morning."