Clean tidy but oh so dead! The food offered was reasonably good but from the days when you needed a magnifying glass to see it. E.G. Day one. A small helping of grilled peppers then a single slice of steamed fish with no veg. To follow enough sliced fruit to fit on a large table spoon. After complaint, quantities increased. Day two. Two modest pieces of local black pudding plus one large chinese style prawn cracker and a dash of sweet sauce. This same item was one of the main courses on day three. No potatoes, no rice and no more veg than some fried peppers. Also does pate de fois need to be garnished with 'chocolate sauce' Their 'acclaimed ' young chef needs lessons and I'll bet no German tourist with their love for good helpings would go again..
Very expensive hotel for what we received and not helped by near absence of other guests. E.Mail details showed a pool but there was not one.
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- The foundation of the Privilegio de Tena hotel dates back to the sturdy walls of an old abbey built in 1.470, wich were subsequently employed to construct an ancestral house, integrated and designed to comply with the Pyrenean architecture.The facilities were extended in December 2003, with the construction of a new building that respects the interior and exterior balance, considering all aspects from quality materials, functional designs and light aesthetics, to modern decoration ... more less
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