When we arrived we found they had assigned us a top floor room with a skylight. We didn't prefer this, so we asked if there was anything else. We were graciously moved to a huge suite (that we didn't need, but it WAS nice). The furnishings are traditional in style, but the room was quite comfortable. The breakfast was quite good.
My quibbles are about the garage and the bathroom. The garage is very dark and the lights are on a timer, so when you are loading or unloading your car, it suddenly goes black and who knows how to turn the lights back on? The bathroom is sort of average -- with an old-fashioned shower curtain and a shower head that is so high up that you have to be at least 6 ft tall to adjust it or remove the head to direct the spray.
There was also deterioration of the bathroom ceiling (see the pics)
Overall, it was a satisfactory hotel at a reasonable price, but nothing special.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This former 19th-century Modernist mansion is located in the historic centre of Zamora. It offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. It is 200 metres from Plaza Mayor Square and the Town Hall. The interior of the Horus Zamora Boutique Hotel is decorated in an art deco style, with a grand marble entrance in hall. The hotel has a spa with a hot tub and sauna. The hotel's restaurant, La Boveda, offers an a la carte menu of classic Castilian dishes. Gluten-free meals are available and should be requested in advance. There is also a bar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sol Melia Zamora