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out of 4 reviews
“Fabulous View of the Alcazar”
We stayed at the Don Felipe for two nights in mid October. Though the location is not easy to find by car (nothing is easy to find in the old town of Segovia) it is worth the effort. Our room was on the back side of the hotel which is in a building that probably dates from the 15th century. Don't worry - it has been modernized. In fact this was an extremely comfortable room. There was a terrace out back where you could take your coffee that had a great view of the Alcazar and the surrounding countryside. The room itself was very comfortable with a king size bed and a very large walk in closet which was much appreciated. The front desk staff was very helpful. This property has onsite parking (a huge plus) for 12 euros per night and it is worth every penny. I would definitely stay there again and would highly recommend this hotel to friends and family.
“Great Hotel in Segovia!”
This is a perfect place to stay in Segovia. This hotel is just a minute walk away from the castle, cafe, and souvenir shops. The room is very stylish, clean, quiet and comfortable. We had a room with patio and the view of castle from the patio was just great and romantic. Staff is very helpful and friendly. I highly recommend this little lovely hotel!
“SE PUEDE ANDAR A TOTAL”
THIE IS BY FAR THE BEST LOCATED HOTEL IN SEGOVIA FOR SEEING THE ALCAZAR AND THE CATHEDRAL. IT WAS A VERY SHORT WALK TO EITHER. PLAZA MAYOR AND LOTS OF SHOPPING AND FINE EATERIES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, JOSE'S WAS GREAT FOOD AND VIEW OF THE SQUARE. tHE GARAGE PARKING IS TIGHT BUT AN EMPLOYEE PARKED IT FOR US. THERE IS ONLY ONE PARKING PLACE RESERVED FOR PARKING WHILE YOU CHECK IN, IT IS ON THE CORNER JUST EAST OF THE HOTEL.
“It is fine, but not great.”
The hotel is good for two reasons: it is centrally located and it is cheap. However, it is definitely not four stars the way I have traditionally understood it. There was what looked like a giant snot congealed on the floor of our bathroom. There was a water bottle on our balcony with cigarette butts in it. While I realize space can be very tight in hotels adapted to older buildings, the situation with the tub/shower, toilet, and bidet was ridiculous. One has to step in between the toilet and bidet to get to the shower. It was easy enough for me, but older or less mobile people would have found it impossible. Also, there are either smoking rooms in the hotel or people smoke anyway, because I smelled smoke several times in the hotel. There is also no wifi in rooms, even though, when you're in the lobby, the hotel seems to have more than 20 wireless networks to choose from.