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“A Very Pleasant Suprise !”
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Eurostars Boston
Ranked #34 of 79 Hotels in Zaragoza
Reviewed 18 August 2012

Hotel Boston is easy to find and is located just off the main ring road around the centre of the city. I was nervous of how I would find the car parking access as a previous reviewer had encountered problems with getting their big car through the barrier. However this was not a problem for my very low, wide car - Indeed there was a van in the car park which clearly had not encountered difficulties getting in. I personally found that the parking is excellent and worth the 17 Euro.

The reception / bar / restaurant area is huge, cool and welcoming. The staff were very helpful, efficient and friendly. The bar / cafe was pleasant and the set menu comprehensive and good value. Should you choose there were plenty of bars and restaurants outside, but it was 44 degrees centigrade out there I stayed in!

My room was big, clean and comfortable, plenty of choice in a number of languages on the big TV. The aircon worked fine on this staggeringly hot day and the bathroom was palatial with all the little extra bits you would expect. The bed was one of the best I've slept on in Spain - although I did need the extra pillows, but that's just me I guess.

So overall it was a most agreeable, if short, stay. Comments have been made about the 80's decor and fittings which whilst being true in some areas of the hotel this really does not detract from the fact that this is hotel will provide you with a very comfortable stay.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled solo
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jaime g, Director Comercial at Eurostars Boston, responded to this reviewResponded 10 March 2014
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Buenos dias

Es reconfortante recibir comentarios de esta indole tan maravillosos y tan bien definidos, el garage tan fantastico para la mayoria de nuestros clientes , y siempre hay alguno que discrepa
amigo Ingles gracias por su opinion y por su vision de la realidad tan proxima y transmitirlo con tanta sencillez y elegancia

les esperamos

Jaime

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Reviewed 14 February 2012

We had three nights at this hotel during one of the coldest spells Zaragoza has ever had - even the public fountains and water features were frozen! The hotel was absolutely fine and any criticisms would be nit-picking. The air conditioning/central heating was a bit noisy, but very effective. The room was large , comfortable and clean. Slightly confusing bedside controls which I'm not sure always worked. Good bathroom - big and well lit, with the toilet area screened off. Decent toiletries, which were replaced every day, even if only used a little, and lots of extras (dental kit, comb etc). Lovely big soft towels! And a bath big enough to have a good long soak in after a cold day's yomping about.
We were on a cheap deal which included the minimal rather than the buffet breakfast, which was fine....freshly squeezed orange juice and the best hotel coffee I've ever had!
Staff were friendly and very helpful in organising taxis and restaurant reservations, as our Spanish is minimal. Although the area itself is not particularly interesting, it's within walking distance of the city centre, and we found a couple of good, friendly bars close to the hotel.
I'd like to revisit Zaragoza in warmer weather just to be able to stroll around and I'd certainly stay at this hotel again.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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jaime g, Director Comercial at Eurostars Boston, responded to this reviewResponded 10 March 2014
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Buenos dias

gracias por sus valoraciones y tomamos nota de sus apreciaciones, sentimos que hiciera tanto frio en Zaragoza, gracias y vuelva cuando quiera, estamos esperandola

Jaime

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Reviewed 19 January 2012

The lobby of Hotel Boston is grand with marble floor, stairs etc. The front desk only occupy a minor part of the space and an old telephone switchboard (antique) on display in one corner a few sofas to sit in and half stairs up the lobby bar. A few elevators up to rooms and I have never been standing waiting for an elevator. That is probably because it has never been fully occupied when I stayed there.

Door to room is thin and it is possible to hear people talk when passing but this has not disturbed me as hotel probably been close to empty. Bed is hard and it suits me good as I slept very well. Though, the controller for temp gives no response when turning and display shows room temp. I turned back and forth and thought it was no longer in use and was happy with the LCD showing 21C as I thought that was the setting. What I did was setting minimum temp and with the very thin blankets it got ice cold during first night. I found extra blanket second night and slept very well in the cold room. Beside bed you find a large panel where you can control all lamps, “Do not disturb sign” etc (same style as in many Japanese hotels). Room has a large LCD TV with a number of channels where I only found CNN in English but I did not search for more. There were a number of channels in Spanish and for a short time it was entertaining watching Jackie Chan speaking Spanish or the Chinese couple in a movie fighting with bamboo and speaking Spanish.

Bathroom was large but with a combined shower and tub. Overall the room was clean and well maintained.

Breakfast was good but extra positive was coffee machine and fresh orange juice.

Hotel Boston is good and in some areas very good but still you get the feeling it is a bit dated. The flimsy turn for temp, the thin doors, the motive of bedcovers, the panel for controlling lights… it all give the feeling of being a bit dated. Still I will return to Hotel Boston next time in Zaragoza.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled on business
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jaime g, Director Comercial at Eurostars Boston, responded to this reviewResponded 10 March 2014
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Buenos dias


Gracias por la descripcion tan detallada de los comentarios., da gusto y alegria que sepan transmitir esas sensaciones tan personales y tomamos nota para solucionar la temperatura en la habitacion con una llamada a recepcion se habria solucionado, ya que .podemos distribuir la calefaccion con ordenes a distancia por ordenador ya que todo e edificio es inteligente y esta sincronizado.. sentimos no habernos dado cuenta de ese frio.......

les esperamos y que tengan un buen dia


Jaime..

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Reviewed 15 September 2011

I was in the hotel for two nights during business in Zaragoza.
The hotel is excellent. the people in the front desk are very kind and provide you useful help to find places to have dinner not far away from the hotl.
The room was large and very clean. The bathroom was clean and full of toiletry that was refill everyday.
WiFi is free and very fast.
The hotel is located very close to the historic area.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 27 July 2011

We stayed for 5 nights while my spouse attended a meeting in the hotel. The sleeping room was reasonably large with a very nice bathroom, all fairly updated and well maintained. We did not eat at either of the two restaurants and if this place has a bar we never found it. The breakfast buffet is excellent. It was included in the rate negotiated for meeting attendees so we don't really know how much it would cost.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 18 July 2011

On arrival everything seemed fine. Rapid check-in and fairly acceptable room (really a 3.5 star to be honest) though it was exceedingly annoying that EVERY time you enter the room the TV turns on ( I would love to hear an explanation of why the hotel management has profiled me as belonging to that group of socially inept dim-wits that has zero capacity for thought and, thus, needs constant background narration).

Went out for an evening meal returning around 11ish.

The lift doors opened to flickering light....nervous laughter (from us)...”must be those energy saving lights”... in the room the TV came on, again (aghhh). Turned it off. Sat down. The lights flickered. The TV came on. Turned it off. The lights flickered. The TV came on. Turned it off. The lights flickered. The TV came on. Turned it off. Phoned reception – “we have an electrical fault, it will be fixed soon”. Went to bed (Yawn (long day of travel)). Thirty seconds later...lights on. TV ON! Got up. Lights off, TV off. One minute later... lights ON, TV ON! And repeat for the next ten minutes! AGHHHHHH.

Called reception. Demanded new room. Got it.

The scene – a new room. Big bed. Clean crisp sheets. Ahhhh at last!

Ten minutes later. Clammy. Hot not happy. Investigation.

The reason? Incontinence sheets! What kind of hotel thinks I am going to make such a mess of their bed that they need to put an underlay of rubber? Euch! Removed. Remade bed. Quite nights sleep.

The scene – two days later. “Hello, I need to speak to a colleague, please can you call their room?” “No, our computer is broken”. Ten minutes later. “Hi, I called earlier, are your computers working yet?” “No, hahaha” click, brrrr.

Summary. Potentially a good hotel but needs updating and some maintenance. Also, the staff need a bit of training.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 16 May 2011

Hotel is a nice hotel, the staff are very friendly, but this is not a 5 star hotel, the breakfast is a bit of a let down, seen better breakfast in 3 star hotels, and the bedrooms are very dated, but they are a good size and very clean.
Beds need replacing
Car parking very expensive 22 euros per day.

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  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled on business
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Additional Information about Eurostars Boston

Address: Avenida de las Torres 28, 50008 Zaragoza, Spain
Region: Spain > Aragon > Province of Zaragoza > Zaragoza > La Magdalena
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beverage Selection Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#15 Luxury Hotel in Zaragoza
Price Range: £40 - £129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Eurostars Boston 4*
Number of rooms: 313
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
4 star Hotel Boston Zaragoza enjoys a fabulous location in the city centre. This high tech building offers, 312 bedrooms, 2500 square metre function hall, sauna and gym, cafe bar, restaurant, piano bar, permanent painting exhibitions at the atrium, 200 parking spaces, meeting rooms and banquet rooms for up to 600 people. You´ll also find 24 hour security facilities and Wi-Fi connection free in the hotel. The hotel is on a priviliged location in the heart of the business, leisure and cultural districts in Zaragoza, with great connections to the airport, train and main roads. ... more   less 
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