Hospederia Meson de La Dolores is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Calatayud, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Hospederia Meson de La Dolores provide a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hospederia Meson de La Dolores guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a gift shop. You can also enjoy a lounge. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hospederia Meson de La Dolores.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Calatayud, Hospederia Meson de La Dolores is located a short distance from Iglesia de San Pedro de los Francos (0.1 mi) and Colegiata de Santa Maria la Mayor (0.2 mi).
While in Calatayud, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hospederia Meson de La Dolores, including La Perla (0.1 mi), La Dolores (0.0 mi), and Posada San Anton (0.1 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Augusta Bilbilis (0.2 mi), Colegiata del Santo Sepulcro (0.1 mi), and Meson de la Dolores (0.0 mi), which are all within walking distance of the small hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Calatayud!
We stayed twice: once in February and once in March just as everything was closing due to Covid 19. Originally a palace, then a posada. Parking available immediately next door. The décor looks unchanged in 100 years – but this is not a derogatory comment. Stone and wood floors, brown furniture, tablecloths so long that it looks as though a brasero should be underneath. Rooms comfortable the window opened onto a blank wall just across the street. Room 101 was larger and with a good view over the square. At breakfast on our first visit there was a good selection of yoghurt, cereals, cold meats, tortillas, cheese etc. On our second visit the restaurant was shut and there was a more limited choice in the café, however understandable in the circumstances. At €69 for B&B this was extremely good value – although we understand that at the end of February B&B was up to €120 as there was a major fair in Zaragoza. Supper was less good value as we chose to eat á la carte. Started with the local ‘specialities’ – migas aragonesas and garbanzos con congrio, neither particularly good, then lamb cutlets and boar stew, both passable but ordinary. €69 for the meal with wine. On our second visit we had the €15 menu del dia, wine included; much better value although the rabbit was very dry. Would we stay there again? Definitely yes for B&B but we would have supper elsewhere. Rating: at least 4 stars for the excellent €69 B&B, but only 3 stars for our supper. Say 4 stars overall. …
A bit hard to find, satnav didn't help and road works and a road closure for an antiques market outside the hotel didn't help but a very nice location. Beautiful building inside and out, a bit quirky. The rooms are basic but comfortable. The restaurant is bigger than it looks and serves a reasonable menu del dia. I had lentejas (a typical Spanish lentil dish) followed by the biggest rabbit I had seen on a plate on Spain. The wine was pretty good and the service good. Unfortunately we were woken at 5.45am on a Saturday morning by someone outside pressure hosing something very loudly.
The building is beautiful and in the old part of the city. The room was spacious but could use a bit of maintenance. A bit of new paint and a new shower as hardly any water comes out. The bar is nice. We tried the restaurant but did not like the food at all. Breakfast was very good.
Pro's: (1) this is a very very typical accomodation according to "Aragon" style, I think something more genuine it is very hard to find in Aragon; (2) the history behind the hotel's name; (3) friendly and helpful staff; (4) comfortable bedroom; (5) good breakfast; (6) free parking slots available. Con's: (1) maybe some renovation / maintenance works are needed
Hotel is lovely decorated (reception area, bar, restauarant), rooms are ok, breakfast average. Centrally located, you have direct access to the old town of Calatayud, a quite typical little Spanish town in-between of Zaragoza an Madrid.