Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 29, 2015 on Hotels
Muy recomendable, personal atento y agradable, la relación calidad - precio excelente, ideal para unos días de relax y desconexión, me gustó mucho el templo del agua, y la piscina exterior es estupenda,la zona encantadora, Experiencia recomendable 100%
by A verified traveler from uk
We were hoping for something more special.Posted Jun 1, 2015
Pros: The staff were friendly. The Spa area was well mantained.
Cons: Te deco was dated, the pool outside unheated the food average but overpriced. There was a noisy road and we could hear the staff in the morning carryi
Location: Puente viesgo is famous for the Cuevas del Castillo, our son was doing a Spanish immersion course with a family near by and there are many walks too.
After several days touring the north of Spain and having a great experience in several 'posadas' and hotels we thought we would treat ourselves at the Balneario but we were not impressed with the room, a bit crammed and the bed was not that comfortable wither and no bath ! the deco was dated, the pool outside unheated the food average but overpriced the staff nice and friendly and the Spa area as good as any others we have been to but again overpriced. There was a noisy road and we could hear the staff in the morning carrying plates and making a lot of noise, it was not a quiet 'balneario' we will not go back again.
for Couplesby Reto from Frenkendorf, Schweiz
Wir kommen ganz bestimmt wieder!Posted Oct 23, 2014 on Hotels
Ein absolutes Top-Hotel in jeder Hinsicht. Einmalige Lage in einer wunderschönen Gegend vergleichbar mit Bergregionen bei uns in der Schweiz, super Spa-Angebot (das wir leider nicht nutzen konnten wegen der kurzen zur Verfügung stehenden Zeit), Top-Infrastruktur in einem Top-Zustand, nettes Personal, gutes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis etc etc.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 20, 2014 on Hotels
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 29, 2014 on Hotels
for Familiesby Ernesto from Tres Cantos (Madrid)
Posted Aug 27, 2014 on Hotels
Solo tengo que decir que llevo viniendo a este hotel en tres ocasiones y siempre me voy disgustado... por tener que irme.Todo es fantastico: el personal, situacion, enlaces sencillos y comodos a cualquier lugar de la Comunidad; en definitiva, que estoy deseando volver.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London
Spa hotelPosted Aug 6, 2014
Pros: Spa and swimming pool. Very comfortable room.
Cons: Breakfast was only average.
Location: Convenient for Santander, trips to the beach and natural park and exploring the local area.
Excellent spa and outdoor swimming pool. Good restaurant for dinner but the breakfast was fairly average.
for Business Travelersby YW
Posted May 11, 2014 on Hotels
for Everyoneby Juan from Sierra de Madrid
Puente Viesgo es un lugar magnífico para desconectPosted Apr 17, 2014
Partiendo de que se sale para disfrutar y conocer otros lugares, todo ha sido muy gratificante y un gran acierto haber pasado varias noches. Disponen de una cocina exquisita y de excelentes vinos. Estoy muy contento por lo bien que me han atendido.
for Everyoneby Thomas from Florida
Small village with nice facility. Cave paintings!!Posted Jan 2, 2014
Pros: Very close to caves. Nice hotel facility at very reasonable cost. Hotel restaurant was excellent for dinner (but meal was expensive).
Cons: Staff wasn't particularly helpful and didn't seem to understand (or care) whether we had wireless connection, issues with our bill, etc.
Location: Location is rather difficult to find by car (the only way to get there). Make sure you have reliable maps. Don't trust directions on website.
We stayed at this hotel because we toured the cave paintings on the nearby mountain (Castillo). Caves were excellent and one of the few places you can actually enter the caves (most now only allow entry to a model of the cave or digital virtual tour). Not especially friendly to English speakers - we had non-fluent Spanish speakers, but didn't help much. Location is rather remote with poorly marked maps and roads under construction (travelled by car). We're good with directions and maps and spent a fair amount of time lost. We had GPS but was limited. Phone directions with staff not very useful. If were to do again, would try to arrive early for cave tour (we arrived late afternoon) then leave the area to stay closer to Bilboa. If you wish to hike the lovely walking trails and use the (expensive) spa facilities, obviously would stay at the hotel. Just know that it's a very small town with limited restaurants & services.