Ideally situated on a narrow street in the old town between the castle and the cathedral. In the spring and summer the terrace at the rear must be lovely. It has fine views out over the city walls into the valley. The hotel serves a generous breakfast in a restaurant in the basement. The rooms themselves are not enormous, but this is a renovated old building. Reception staff are helpful. If you need a taxi, order it when you are ready to leave, as it will block the street!
Worth it when we finally found it! Hard to negotiate narrow roads around Segovia, but hotel was lovely when we got there. Great location, friendly reception. Coffee maker in room. Lovely breakfast. Nice outdoor sitting area.
This hotel is in the HEART of where you want to be in Segovia. You will have to trust google maps when they take you through winding, tight streets, through the main square to this quaint hotel. You double park, and they give you instructions to the parking, which is 1/8 mile around the block literally built in the rocks under the hotel foundation. Having parking is a premium in this location, so confirm availability when you book. The staff speaks great english if you need that. Everything feels new and modern in this hotel. Everything works great in the rooms, and our view out the back of the courtyard and the castle was stunning. We were lucky the Saturday we were there they were launching hot air balloons (about a dozen) right behind our view. You can walk to everything from here, and the main square and shopping street (that leads to the aqueduct) are literally a two minute walk east, and the castle is two minutes west down hill.. (I think it's east and west! :)). We had a triple room booked, and the roll away was set-up and very good quality. But with the extra bed, it was very tight and small. It was fine for us, because we spent little time in the room other than to sleep. In a city this beautiful, you want to be out enjoying a walk, etc. My constructive feedback would be: Not many outlets to charge all our electronics (many hotels now have little towers with USB plug-ins, they do not, in their defense, it might hurt the vibe of the room which is clean and modern) and breakfast was not included. We booked some hotels through Costco, and some through Tripadvisor/Booking.com. This one we did through Booking.com and it was the best of the booking.com hotels. The Costco Hotels all offered more VIP type things (like free breakfast, etc.and concierge lounges.) The women at the front desk were helpful, efficient and always available for local questions. I can't imagine a better hotel for our stay.…
This hotel was relatively easy to get into and out of in the car and had the bonus of their own parking from which there was a lift straight into the hotel. (We have been travelling through Spain for many weeks and often find that hotel car parks are in different buildings which can be a pain if you have lots of luggage). The welcome from reception was good and we had a nice room overlooking the Alcazar castle and the countryside. The location of the hotel is really good and overall we enjoyed our stay there.
Although this place is classified as a 3-star hotel, it can be a lot more than that. It is quaint, clean and full of beautiful arts. The best of all is the location – on the route between the castle and the cathedral, not to mention there is also an underground parking garage. The front staffs at the hotel are friendly and helpful. The downside is that you don’t have the control of the air condition or heat, which is operated from the front desk. When there is a big temperature difference between day and night, your best option is not to have any ventilation, which also means that the room can be a bit stuffy.