TripAdvisor reviews influenced by booking here (and canceling at another hotel) - so glad we did not end up at the Palafox or Alfonso - both looked like good hotels, but due to new tram construction would have been noisy and awkward to maneuver to and from. The Zentro (and its next-door-neighbor, the Silken Reino de Aragon) are well situated on Calle del Coso to both the upper neighborhood and the cathedral/basilica/several museums, and the lower neighborhood, which has good shopping, lots of places to eat and lovely neighborhoods to explore. My childhood recollection of Zaragoza was that there was a church on almost every corner. Not far off, as there are 21 in the main "old city" area. Most are open to the public, at least during service hours if not during museum hours. The hotel provided a good, though not exciting breakfast buffet. The room was spacious, quiet, had free wifi, a really nice bathroom and toiletries and was a good buy when I rechecked my booking just before we left on our trip. Prices had dropped by one-third, so I rebooked our room - the Camina (upper floor, sitting area, good closet, good bed, soft sheets). The best thing about this hotel is its staff - cheerful, positive, lots of great suggestions, multilingual - the one morning it rained, they even loaned us an umbrella. Zaragoza is on the AVE line from Barcelona, making it a convenient stopover. We enjoyed Candolias for tapas nearby.
We liked the Camina and felt it was good value with breakfast included. We requested synthetic pillo...
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