- Reviews: 2385
Eurostars Convento Capuchinos: Eurostars Convento Capuchinos. Room
We stayed in Hotel Convento Capuchinos for two nights in December 2014. Hotel is situated in former monastery in historical center of Segovia. Since hotel is in the real center it will takes only five minutes to get the Cathedral de Segovia and Romanesque churches by walk. It will take about fifteen minutes to get Alcazar de Segovia that wonderful gothic castle, probably the most beautiful in entire Spain, by walk. From our windows and balcony we had stunning view at Monastery Santa Maria El Paral, river, valley and mountains. All other tourist destinations are in walking distance from that hotel including ancient Roman aqueduct the highest in Spain. At reception all personal spoke fluent English. All personnel were very polite, friendly and useful toward the guests and us personally. Free Wi Fi was available in all areas of the Hotel. Our room was really big and equipped with good furniture. There were the TV set, refrigerator with mini bar and air conditioner in the room. Wardrobe with safe was also present in the room. I can tell there was real home atmosphere in this hotel. Bathroom and toilet deserve to mention that they were special assets. Bath room was equipped with the bathtub. Food in the restaurant was standard for Spanish hotels and quite good but all kind of egg were provided ala carte. We requested pizzas in the room from the hotel’s bar. They were quite delicious and just included in our final bill. <br/>So, my conclusion is, if I will come to Segovia once again then I definitely will stay in Eurostars Convento Capuchinos. We felt there as at our own home. Thanks to all personnel for that.
- Reviews: 2385
Eurostars Convento Capuchinos.: Eurostars Convento Capuchinos. Cloister&views
We stayed in Hotel Convento Capuchinos for two nights in December 2014. From our windows and balcony we had stunning view at Monastery Santa Maria El Paral, river, valley and mountains. Since hotel is sutiated in former convent, its bar is in former cloister.
- 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.<br/>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.<br/>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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