Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Ideal stopping off on way to Bilbao ferryPosted Nov 22, 2012 on Hotels.com
Half way to Bilbao ferry port from Costa Blanca. Hotel accommodation fine but Meals a little expensive so didn't have. Bodegas handy if wanting to stock up on vino.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
We were very pleased with the helpfulness and friendliness of the hotel staff . We will certainly return next year.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Bob and Irina
A very good stop overPosted Sep 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
Very nice hotel with good food and wine and friendly staff in a peaceful location very handy when traveling from north to south
for Couplesby Chloe from Bury, UK
High Standard and Comfortable HotelPosted Jun 19, 2012
Pros: The comfy bed and luxury ensuite
Cons: Quite hard to find with a sat nab
Location: Not much happening in Carrenena, Zaragoza is about 30mins drive - and has much more going on
Lovely modern hotel, finished to a high spec. Was quite hard to find by our Sat Nav, but as long as you stay on the N330, you will see a large sign for the hotel just outside Carrenena. The room was MASSIVE, a huge comfy queen bed, his and hers sinks, a jacuzzi bath and shower. The staff were friendly and helpful, and at least one could speak English. The breakfast was continental but nice and fresh. We also had an evening meal which was amazing value at €15 for a three course meal. We also took our dog with us, and he was well accepted and enjoyed his stay too. This is an excellent stop over hotel from the ferry to the rest of Spain - we loved it so much we stayed there on the way back too!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from North West UK
Excellent HotelPosted Oct 19, 2011
Location: There is not much in the town. We wanted to visit Belchite (20 miutes away). It was the site Franco would not allow to be re-built after its devastation in the Civil War. It fell, following a siege, to the legitimate government on Sept. 6th 1937 but was lost again in the fascist counter attack on March 10th 1938. Wally Tapsell of the Brish Battalion fell near Belchite.
This hotel is on the main N330 road, right at the entrance to this small working wine town and is easy to find. There is a Wine Museum but not too much else to see (it is a working town!) However it is a convenient stop-over for Belchite (the Civil War site), Calatayud and Zaragoza. The hotel is modern, with large comfortable rooms overlooking the hotel's own vineyard. There is ample free parking. The food was really first class and terrific value. The evening meal (not before 8.30pm) is a menu 'degustacion', but there are enough choices to satisfy anyone. It was beautifully prepared and presented. The salad was the finest I have ever eaten.There was an excellent variety of the hotel's own wines either by the bottle or 'Copa'. The meal was the equal of any we had on this tour and half the price of many of these. The hotel is run by a very charming and helpful young woman (with a really 'cool' choice of unobtrusive background music). It should not be missed if the opportunity arises. We hope to have an opportunity to return soon.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Galway, Ireland
Hotel del Vino convenient stopoverPosted Oct 11, 2011 on Hotels.com
My wife and I booked this hotel to break our journey from Bordeaux to Alicante. Whilst the hotel looks a little utilitarian from the outside, once you enter the lobby you are in a different world. It is a spacious, bright and welcoming environment. It is probably the cleanest hotel we have ever stayed in. The staff (2) were exceptionally helpful and friendly. The bed/room was very comfortable. The choice of menu was limited but proved to be delicious. An added bonus was the wine selection -there is a bodega attached to the hotel. Having tasted a selection at dinner, we purchased more to take home. Such was our satisfaction with this hotel, we altered our plans to include it on our return journey.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Huddersfield UK
hotel vino in spainPosted Sep 1, 2011 on Hotels.com
Nice hotel, a little out of town. Poor restaurant, very little choice and expensive. breackfast was also poor value.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Cornwall, England
A really nice experience!Posted Apr 22, 2011
We stayed at the Hotel del Vino, Carinena, on an overnight stop driving from Santander to the Costa Blanca. (It's about halfway) We had a lovely room, with an enormous bed, overlooking the vineyards and with distant views to the mountains. It was very peaceful and no traffic noise from the road. We had a lovely meal served with excellent wine from the bodega. It's a set meal with no choice but is to be thoroughly recommended! If you want to buy wine it's all on display in reception ... they sell it by the bottle and also in 3 litre, 5 litre and 10 litre wine boxes. English is spoken so no problems! Looking forward to our return visit on our way back home!