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We stayed at The Silken Reino, Zaragoza at the height of one of the major festivals of the year (Pilar). It was great to be at the heart of everything and an easy walk away from the majority of the sights that the city has...More
This hotel has a wonderful location that is centrally located and allows you to walk to most of the main sights of the city. That is why I chose this hotel. I have been to other hotels of the Silken chain and have had very...More
We were pleasantly surprised that on arriving at 8:30am our room was ready. The room was very spacious and well equipped, very clean, free wifi. Bed was comfortable. Staff were friendly.
We also found it to be very quiet - not sure if we got...More
A modern hotel on a busy road, but only a few minutes walk to the old town centre, the huge square,Basilica and Cathedral. Good for a stop over. Underground car park with access to the hotel ..vehicle access on a side street.
Good sized room,very...More
The lacation is very central and within few minutes on foot, you are in main square in front of Basilica of El Pilar and close to the river and other attractions too. The room was clean and comfortable with the nice wooden floor. It is...More
US$54 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#13 Luxury Hotel in Zaragoza
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Not to my knowledge, when I asked the reception to call a taxi for me they said that the best way to haul one was to just go outside to the street. There are loads of taxis running by as this is one of the bigger streets in... More
Not to my knowledge, when I asked the reception to call a taxi for me they said that the best way to haul one was to just go outside to the street. There are loads of taxis running by as this is one of the bigger streets in Zaragoza.
Unfortunately I have no reference for larger groups.