Buenisima ubicacion. Posibilidades de aparcar facilmente.
Free parking wasn't ready available so we had to use 18 euro per night hotel parking. Other than that everything was absolutely great
Satisfied stay. Convenient location. Free parking nearby.
We decided at the last minute to stay over in Zamora enroute back to Madrid. We really had no idea what to expect when we booked our stay and were absolutely delighted! The management was wonderful--gave us a recommendation for the best meal we had during the entire trip! Centrally located, too.
The hotel was great and within easy walking distance to all attractions. People at the the front desk were very courteous and knowledgeable on where to go and what to do.
Nice hotel but nothing to brag about but is a clean one and that is a plus.
My hotel experience was great. I was in the center of Zamora, close to both to both the Cathedral and the museum of Zamora. Zamora is a great city to take a side trip to because it is close to Madrid and Salamanca.
Visiting Puente de Piedra is one of those things you won't forget in a hurry.
Going there is part of the fun, as it is located 130 miles from the national capital, Madrid, in an area known as Zamora.
To be close to Puente de Piedra, stay at one of 6 accommodation options within 2 miles. The Parador de Zamora and the NH Zamora Palacio del Duero are only 0.2 miles and 0.2 miles away. Another handy option, the Hotel Horus Zamora, is 0.4 miles away.
A touch of luxury can elevate your escape to the next level. Stay in one of the premium hotels nearby and prepare for the VIP treatment. The Hotel Zenit Dos Infantas and the AC Hotel Zamora by Marriott are easy to reach at short distances of only 0.5 miles for the former and 1 mile for the latter.
When you're done exploring Puente de Piedra follow the smell of coffee to Café Oviedo´s, a nearby cafe where you can take some time out and plan your next move. When you're feeling especially hungry, head to Restaurante El Manojo, another nearby establishment. Finally, order a few cocktails and talk to some other tourists while you kick back at Trabanca.
Instead of getting in a costly cab or worrying about parking, hop on the train to Puente de Piedra. You'll be able to hop off at Zamora, just 1 mile away.