Zamora is my hometown so whenever I visit I stay at my family's. This time there where 4 of us (not easy and/or confortable to accomodate at anyone's flat) so we decided to book a hotel.
I obviously know the city but I'd never stayed at any hotels there so I chose this one for its location and price. Melia usually is a good choice.
Staff was attentive and kind, rooms were nice, with space enough (minibar, TV...), wifi for clients (you can aks for the password at reception), bahroom quite spacious with good light! And bed was so comfy!
I mad he booking through there website and the price was amazing: something like 60 euros per night per room (it's one of those rtes you can't amend or cancel but it's worthy).
We didn't use other than our rooms as we didn't even have breakfast at the hotel but I definitely will recommend it
- 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