Pyrenees Hotels

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Hotel Estanys Blaus: Friendly quality rural hotel

Had the opportunity to stay for a few days in this 3 star hotel, although could reach 4 from my point of view, specially if you choose one of the special suites! (although the price is a bit higher than other rooms i think it well worth pays what you get).
And don't miss out on a bathe in their cosy heated indoor swimming pool while you can see the snow fall outside in the passing river.

Suites, pool, sauna, wi-fi internet.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Skiing and Boarding, Hiking and Walking, National/State Park
  • Written December 8, 2006

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El Privilegio: Spains luxury

I stayed at family run El Privilegio, a 4 star hotel in Tramacastilla. Opened only recently, it is mixture of modern and old and very comfortable.

Located at 1,224 meters of altitude, on a slope that dominates the valley of Tena. The origins of this stone house made of wood and slate go back to 1470, when it used to be an abbey. Juan Ignacio Perez and his wife, Anabel Costas, have put huge effort into ensuring that the guest has the best facilities at their finger tips and some of the best views. The hotel nestles among the traditional family houses that define the village of Tramacastilla de Tena: a village surrounded by pine and oak groves and alpine meadows.

All 28 rooms have been designed by the architect Luis Serrano. The bare stone walls contribute to the rustic feel of the hotel while rooms have the very latest amenities and are of modern design. Some of the rooms are designed individually. For disabled people we have a suite with views of the valley and a superior double with sloping ceilings. The biggest room in the hotel is a suite of 100 m2 and has incredible views of the valley that can be viewed through the room's very own tripoded telescope.

Pets are not allowed. 1 Junior Suite and 1 Double Room are suitable for the disabled.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Related to: Luxury Travel, Castles and Palaces
  • Written October 29, 2005
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