We chose this hotel from Sercotel's brochure as we have always enjoyed staying in their hotels. Not this one.
It had two things going for it, it was clean and there was plenty of hot water.
It was a 1980's motel which would not have been out of place in a Hitchcock movie. There were other people staying but so few that the place seemed deserted.
We had booked in advance. At 6.30pm the reception rang to say they were closing at 7pm and we needed to be there on time. Fortunately we were sightseeing only about 15mins away.
The room had no air conditioning and the hot water pipes for the accommodation block passed under the floor. Underfloor heating might be lovely in winter but not in August.
Once the reception staff closed the office at 7pm there were no catering facilities until breakfast. The minibar in the room was empty and switched off.
The charge for breakfast was 6 euros 50. The meal consisted of a small pack of melba toast and two small prepacked cakes. Cheese slices and sliced ham were available. There was bottled fruit juice but this was not chilled. When we complained about the standard of the breakfast they did waive the charge.
We paid 70 euros for a twin room. The following night in Burgos we paid less than this for bed and breakfast in a 4 star hotel.
Definitely one to miss.More
- Free Wifi