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All reviews side street basic breakfast few minutes walk camino del norte on arrival great location old town cafe tv sea beach
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

The hotel is in a quiet and safe residential area. An easy walk into town about 5 mins and 8 mins to the old town. The beach is amazing and only a couple of minutes from the hotel. Laredo is a small village and I found the people friendly and welcoming. We went to the cafe in the old town called Las Vegas quite a bit but there are several very good eating and drinking places both in the old and new town and a few minutes walk from the hotel.
We had a room on the ground floor with a closed in private entry which had a large wardrobe and enough room for suitcases. The bathroom had a bathtub, toilet and bidet and basic toiletries were provided. The bedroom had 2 separate beds put together but I understand there were rooms with one queen sized bed. This hotel does not have an elevator and there are stairs leading up to the front entrance. We managed with 3 suitcases but as there is no ramp it is worth considering if you have heavy suitcases.
There was a very basic breakfast for 4 euros but we did not take up this offer. I have read some reviews that mention meals but there were no meals served for the time we were there.
There is a lovely lounge area which is bright with comfortable furniture and the hotel is quiet. This area has access to a bar. The wifi worked very well. There was no heating but the rooms were quite warm and there is no air-conditioning but if needed you could leave the windows open and the seabreeze would do the trick. There was no fridge in the room and the TV did not have any English channels. There was no room safe but as I mentioned earlier it is a safe hotel. There is free parking in front of the hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank ardentaussie
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Reviewed 15 August 2017

Over night stop over on Camino del Norte. Great staff and wonderful modern room with views of beach, water. Breakfast as noted was juice, coffee, rolls, jam, etc.
Small bar in large sitting room, dinner taken in town--one of the best meals we had in our 46 day Camino trek....

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Sandy K
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Reviewed 15 May 2017

This hotel is in a good location, two minutes walk from the beach and five minutes or so to restaurants. Given the price, we were pleasantly surprised by how bright, airy and clean it was.The receptionist on arrival was extremely helpful and friendly. My room was spacious and very comfortable. The area is residential and so it was quiet.

  • Stayed: May 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank Aoife P
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Reviewed 29 May 2016

Was here two years ago and must say it has not changed. We only stayed one night but the rooms were clean and comfortable. We even had a large balcony this time. Staff were very friendly. It is also a great location for Bus Station, Beach and town centre all only a short walk away. Would have no problem recommending this and if in Bilbo would stay here again.

  • Stayed: May 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank EpsomSmith
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Reviewed 10 May 2016

Slightly twee seaside guesthouse about 10 minutes walk out of the old town and just one street back from the beach. It's ideally situated for the camino (if you're heading for the coastal route). Our room on the ground floor was small but had the essentials: double bed, hot shower and the smallest bath ever seen but still welcome for tired legs.We had to ask for a hairdryer at reception but an excellent one was provided. The staff were friendly, our bags had already been taken to our room on arrival, and breakfast was offered early which we gratefully accepted. Breakfast is basic: coffee and juice with toast and packaged sweet croissant-type things. Not ideal for a long day's walking - we would have welcomed some eggs or cold meats/cheeses - but at least we were offered more toast and coffee. Overall it was perfectly satisfactory but not somewhere I'd choose to go to for more than a stopover.

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank SaraV_10
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