Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Calaceite does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Del Sitjar, a nice option for travellers like you.
Hotel Del Sitjar is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Calaceite.
For those interested in checking out Mas De Flandi (2.4 mi) while visiting Calaceite, Hotel Del Sitjar is a short distance away.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Fonda Alcala and Calixto, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Del Sitjar.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Casco Histórico (0.1 mi), a popular attraction that is within walking distance of Hotel Del Sitjar.
Hotel Del Sitjar puts the best of Calaceite at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
As a member of the Rusticae chain we expected better design for comfort. The lovely restored mansion is hampered by lack of some modern comforts except fo the availability of an elevator. The rooms are small and the bathroom miniscule only fit for one person at a time. There is no room phone but there is individual control for the air conditioning. The bed is OK but somewhat soft. The manager was extremely friendly and efficient and perhaps tired of justifying the lack of characteristic small Spanish town life with few bars and restaurants. Every thing seems to fold by 8 pm. In Summertime? The hotel tended to the Spartan. The wi.fi worked well but parking was on the side streets that fortunately were not too busy on a week day. We stayed 2 days as a base to explore the charming region of Matarraña. The Spanish Umbria.…
Lovely three night stay in a darlingly unspoilt mountain town in rural Aragon - a Rustica hotel, luxurious and beautifully restored old grandeur with welcome to match older hotel style. The Square was home to 2 bouncy castles for the Family Book/St George's Day Festival, and was a delight to witness children's delight and activity from my balcony window, enjoying equally the Market next day - six stalls from undies to veggies - and wander the quiet streets and the dark imposing cathedral church whose clock marked the hours [twice] gently but sternly throughout the night. Beautifully carved lintels and door knockers abound. High recommendation for food and hospitality before hitting the wide open spaces of Aragon to tour each day. St Christopher and the Holy Virgin and an ancient hill settlement watched over us as did the care-taking Antonio, our host. PLarge…
We stayed for one night and enjoyed it lots. It's location is the best to walk around town and the staff and management made sure we felt at home in and around the town - explaining us about history, recommending what to eat and just chatting. We had dinner there and enjoyed it as wells. Room was nice and just what we needed for s short stay. Breakfast was good and not expensive - it is Spanish style.
We took cent(the evening "supper") here because our son was performing with the Music School in the Plaza in Calaciete and we wanted to eat cena with friends while the concert was going on. This hotel is the only one in the old town that offers food in the evening on a Saturday night. The food was very nice and the service was excellent. However we did feel that the prices were well above other restaurants in the village which are all found on the main road at the bottom of the hill. We are more used to paying 5€ for a plate than 15€!
We were surprised to find this little hotel in this little medieval town just outside of Teruel. It is beyond our expectation with the renovation of two ancient buildings used as Olive Oil Press and one as Bodega. The decoration complete with furnishing from the Southern part of Europe tastefully designed by the owner, husband an architect and Beth the wife interior designer. All bedrooms are very spacious and uniquely decorated with all four stars essentials. You can get a tour of the Press and Bodega at the basement. We have learned a lot from Beth's Olive Oil tasting session. We also recommend the hotel restaurant that serves local dishes and wine.