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Reviewed 16 August 2017

A beautiful place, surrounded by the wonderful Pyrenees.
We visited the place during the summer month of August. A small little town, 1 road, where the hotel fits in perfectly.
Very friendly staff, nice restaurant, very nice common place near a fireplace, which for sure will be wonderful and cosy during the winter time.
We had a big room, with fireplace as well, fresh towels every day, very clean, access to the roof terrace (private).
Lots of nice hiking trails all around!
We will go back during the winter time!

Room Tip: Ask for the Junior Suite 202!
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled with friends
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Anabel C, Propietario at El Privilegio de Tena, responded to this reviewResponded 19 August 2017

Thanks a lot Vero
It was a plesure to have had you with us, we hope see you in winter.

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Reviewed 1 July 2017

We had a warm welcome from Anabel and were let into the garage which we did not realise was 18 euros a night. Yellow lines and a steep narrow road make it difficult to park nearby. Hotel is on a sharp bend so care needed.

Large, clean room with a bath and shower, a huge bed and comfortable pillows. There was a smell of drains and flies kept coming in but when we told Anabel she immediately had the problems sorted. BBC World News was available on the TV and is the only English channel. Good free wifi.

The comfort cooling in the room would have been better blowing out colder air. The bedroom was a little too warm for us as we were advised to leave the window closed to keep out the flies. However, it was very quiet so we were able to leave it on all the time.

Antonio on reception speaks perfect English and is very helpful telling us what is of interest locally. Thanks to him we saw many places we would not have seen.

Perfectly adaquate breakfast with freshly squeezed orange juice happily provided by Maria.

Hotel was very quiet as was the village. This is really a skiing area and the village accommodation, mostly apartments, is packed when the snow is down. Otherwise it is almost deserted but we prefer it quiet. The hotel is well placed for driving out to see the awesome scenery.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

2-couples - stayed for 2-nights.
Nice comfortable rooms and a very nice breakfast.
The young man on reception was very hard working and couldn't do enough for us. Rather than let us pay for parking at the hotel, he directed us to free parking over the road, which I thought was a nice touch.
The only slight criticism is that I didn't think the air-con in our rooms worked very well.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

Staid in this hotel for 2 nights. Were misled by the owner. The town is deserted, non of the 7 restaurants in the area are open at this time of the year, although informed the opposite. Spa in the hotel was £40 per person for 1 hour!!!! Not even a proper swimming pool. There is nothing else to do in the area- no coffee shop or anything else. The town and other villages around are deserted.
Room was nice, but had bad smell coming out of the sewerage . I have tried to tell the owner, who ignored my comment.
No were to park as the hotel is in a narrow steep street. The hotel was cheeky to charge extra for parking in his garage - we were only 4 guest at the time.
Nice people, but it is not value for money, may be in the winter.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

We stayed for 2 nights and booked the hotel including breakfast and dinner and Spa access. The breakfast was great, good coffee, juices, selection of cheeses and coldcuts, breads, yoghurt, egg, nuts, cereals , homemade jams and more. Dinner was very good, 3 course set dinner (choice of 3 dishes for each course). The wine menu (lovely presented in a wooden box) is extensive and the wine prices very reasonable. Some nice wines from the region that you should try. The spa was very relaxing, you have to book a time slot and only a small amount of people are allowed at the same time so it is lovely and quiet, so you can enjoy the tranquil environment. We booked the relaxing massage which we thoroughly enjoyed. All staff and management and owners were very friendly and helpfull and pointed out things to do in the area. We were there in Autumn and the colours of the nature are so beautiful. We hope to come back one day soon! Thank you!

Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
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