- Reviews: 1269
Hostal Segovia: Bargain
Manager spoke no english, lady from shop next door translated for me. The price was 32 Euro for single. The entrance in the street is at the door with blue H, outside does not look special, but inside great. The bed was comfortable, and the en suite was the newest and best i"ve seen in a hostal. The tv was the largest i"ve seen also. The room and front door is by card reader. There are only 5 or 6 rooms on 2nd and 3 rd floors, no lift. I was there in February with no booking,just pushed the button for reception. In the photo in the sunshine you can see the Aqueduct.
- Reviews: 3639
Hostal Las Fuentes (La Granja)
This little hostel has 9 rooms, all decorated in "isabelino" style, and is a very classy quiet place to sleep in La Granja. The house was built in 1864 and is currently owned by a countess, who runs the place.
It's got a small cozy garden and is located in a very peaceful part of the village, about 10 minutes walking from the palace.
I just entered to visit it, as we had lunch in the nearby restaurant "El Invernadero", but it seemed a very classy place...
- Reviews: 60
Don Jaime: Neat hostel in town
The prices are not expensive (35 euros for a double room). The service is good, the rooms are pretty big and neat.
But hey, it's usually full (as most of lodging in town) so better make a reservation before.
It's 3 minutes walk from the Acueducto, the point where the oldest part of the city begins and where most of the services are.
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