Ratings based on 25 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Cardiff
Spacious roomPosted Nov 13, 2011
The hotel is in an excellent location and the rooms are very large and well equipped. The only real drawback is the clock tower just opposite, with a bell that strikes every 15 minutes throughout the night! The plazas both to the front and the back of the building seem to be the main assembly point of Alcala's youth, which means quite a bit of additional noise, especially at weekends.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Houston, TX
Hotel Husa El BedelPosted Sep 27, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel was charming in its location in Alcala De Henares, Spain. It was located on one side of a square that people actually walked through and enjoyed the day and night. A wedding took place while there, and the bride and groom had pictures taken in and around the square. The food at a tavern/cafeteria located around the corner to the hotel was delicious. The hotel was clean and the staff friendly. The two day expericen was just wonderful. I highly recommend the Husa El Bedel to everyone.
by A verified travelerfrom Bayreuth, Deutschland
Zentrale Lage ohne SchallschutzPosted Sep 6, 2011 on Hotels.com
Die Zimmer sind lange nicht renoviert worden, aber gerade noch OK. Problem war der Laerm des Terassenbetriebs, der ungedaempft bis spaet Abends im Zimmer zu hoeren war (es fehlte jegliche Schallschutz am Fenster).
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Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Newport, RI
great townPosted Aug 4, 2011
It was a good experience. Alcala is a beatiful little town and the hotel is clean, comfortable and offers good service. Just be aware that the internet can be an issue. Other than that, everything else was great!
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Bilbao
Hoteel El Bedel Muy bien situadoPosted May 4, 2011 on Hotels.com
Lo mejor del hotel la situación. La habitación aceptable, pero al encender la TV. hay 4 canales de pago pornográicos que si quieres nularlos tienes que llamarr a recepción (Ojo si acude con niños). El baño regular y la grifería no es monomando. El desayuno justito, yo avise que soy celiaca al hacer la reserva y lo volvi a confirmar al registrarme pero en los dos días que baje a desayunar no habia nada y el comentario fue que tenian que haberlo encargado y nadie lo hizo. No tienen sitio para aparcar el coche y si quieres lo puedes aparcar en un parking cernacano carísimo.En general lel hotel no tiene buena relación calidad precio, lo unico bueno es la situación.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Charlotte, NC
Overall a very good experiencePosted Mar 30, 2011
We stayed at this hotel as our daughter was studying abroad at the local university. This is what Spain is all about that you wont find in the big cities. Local atmosphere and people are great but you better brush up on your Spanish as English is spoken rarely. Enjoy the local tapas that come free with one beverage at most of the local spots.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Wonewoc WI
A wonderful experience.Posted Mar 30, 2011
My sister and I went to Spain to visit my daughter who is studying at the University in Alcala. We stayed for one week in March. The location of the hotel was excellent. The room was clean and the housekeepping staff did a wonderful job each day. We had a little problem understanding the heating and cooling system but we did regulate the temperature by opening and closing the window. Our room faced the from of the hotel which featured a nice little courtyard, however the first few nights of our stay many people gathered in the courtyard and stayed and talked to early hours of the morning. By Wednesday or Thursday night this seemed to stop. There was a nice little restaurant in the hotel which we did ot take advantage of but daily menues were posted in Spanish and in English. My sister and I do not speak Spanish. Some of the front desk people did speak some Spanish and we did not meet any of the restaurant staff that could speak English. My daughter had to do most of the talking whenever we were inquiring about something important. In general the beds were comfortable and the room was quiet. There was also an elevator available after long days of sight seeing. The downtown area of Alcala had many places to eat and shop and to simply stroll around in. We had a wonderful stay. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is visiting Spain for this reason. The bus and train transportation was also close and easily accessible.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Hotel El Bedel in Alcala de HenaresPosted Mar 30, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel is in a great position for sight seeing around Alcala de Henares. It is very central, and so convenient for the university, where our daughter is studying for a year. It is a little tired and frayed around the edges, but reasonably comfortable and clean. the staff are helpful and pleasant - the only problem we had was that the dining room were not aware that we had paid for breakfast and tried to charge us again. Luckily we had our receipt with us to show we had already paid. Apart from that our stay was enjoyable and we will be returning in the near future.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Malmoe
Husa El Bedel AlcaláPosted Mar 13, 2011 on Hotels.com
A very nice, cosy and clean hotel in the midtown, next to the University. A very good location for walks in Alcalá and if you wanna go to Madrid, it's only 40 minuts by train. The staff are pleasant and the hotelroom and bathroom was in good condition.