Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby SeasonedTraveller from Oxfordshire England
Posted Sep 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
The old building is very attractive and has been well renovated. The modern extensions and interior design are less successful. Room condition OK but very small, with furnishings reminiscent of the earlier IKEA period. Balcony helpful though so less cabin fever than there would have been without one. Although fixed price menu was cheap at 18 Euros, the quantities were very small and inadequate, especially meat. The hotel is located on a remarkaby large, but virtually deserted, town square so is very quiet. We could not find any alternative restaurants within walking distance. A saving grace is that the town is very easy to get out of for visiting surrounding areas.
for Couplesby Liz from Scotland
Great base from which to explore Extremadura.Posted Aug 9, 2013
Pros: The sensitive conversion of a very old building.
Cons: The smelly air conditioning and waterproof mattress covers.
Location: Suited us really well - small town within easy reach of Extremadura attractions.
Lovely old building which has been sensitively converted into a comfortable hotel with modern amenities, set in a charming small town. The quality of food in the restaurant was mainly good and breakfast was excellent. Only a couple of minor complaints: there was a bad odour coming from the air conditioning in our room and our beds had waterproof mattress covers when we first arrived - very clammy and uncomfortable in the Spanish summer though I could understand the need had it been a family room (we are a senior couple). To be fair, housekeeping removed mine when I took it off and laid it to one side. The swimming pool was beautifully clean with comfortable sun beds and ample showers. Towels for use at the pool would have been a welcome addition.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from UK
3 nights at GarrovillasPosted Sep 23, 2011 on Hotels.com
We are mature motorcyclists, who love riding around Spain. In 2010 we stayed 1 night at garrovillas and loved its quality nd off the beaten track location. This year 6 of us stayed for 3 nights as part of a round Spain tour. The hotel is a wonderful building with friendly staff, and good facilities. The area is very rural and quiet, and the village is traditional, with no real nightlife for the tourist, i.e. just what we wanted. Parking on site is safe and secure, the restaurant good and above all the cost reasonable. The only slight criticism is that the bathroom in our room needed refreshing, although everything worked. A hotel worth finding and enjoying. Richard W