Excellent place in downtown Talavera de la Reina. All was great!
We particularly want to thank the staff at the hotel, especially those in the cafe where we had breakfast etc on the terrace, they were lovely. our room was always clean and spot less everyday, with beds made. we will both still return to the hotel as the staff are lovely and hope that next time ...
hotel was ok need a bit of modernisation I think, good location close to the bus station , nice cafes around the corner , got everything you need bed tv and bathroom that what we wanted , stayed there just couple of nights.
El hostal es centrico y esta relimpio. No tiene ascensor. Al estar en el centro el aparcamiento es complicado. Todo tipo de bares restaurantes y servicios cerca
Todo muy correcto, estuvimos muy cómodos y cerca de todo
Hotel is fine but getting your car in to the parking can be quite difficult.On hotel info it should let you know that the parking is underground in the Cortes Ingles parking garage
Impossible to find without GPS. Hotel is only good as a stop over.
If history was your best subject at school, you'll appreciate Roman Bridge.
To arrive there, you'll have to travel 70 miles away from the national capital, Madrid, and into a destination called Talavera de la Reina.
You'll find 2 hotels to choose from if you'd like to stay in the immediate vicinity. Look into the Be Live City Center Talavera and Hotel Ebora. They're both within a radius of 2 miles of Roman Bridge.
Half the fun of visiting Roman Bridge is sampling the local fare. For a caffeine hit or a quick bite, you won't be disappointed by Churrería Bar Roberto (Calle Alcaudete, 42, Talavera de la Reina). If you're hungry for some food that you can really sink your teeth into, stop by Kiosko Puente Romano (Calle Mira al Río, 20, Talavera de la Reina). It’s 0.1 miles away and offers a fantastic taste of the local hospitality scene.