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Before I checked in Hotel Real Colegiata de San Isidoro, I`m quite innocent about the Leon, because as an Asian, this historical city is not famous as other international city as Madrid or Barcelona to attract foreigners, fortunately I chose the right hotel to highlight...More
We started our journey on the Camino at the Hotel Real Collegiata at the end of September. My husband and I stayed 3 nights and arrived at 11pm by train. An easy taxi ride not knowing where we were going in Leon and we were...More
Great hotel. Three course dinner with wine and water was 17 Euro per person. Excellent food. Great value.
And the private tour of the building for guests by Alba was brilliant. One of us has mobility issues and she was so helpful. And interesting insights....More
We stayed here for three nights with breakfast included. The rooms were all different and had lots of old fashioned character. My bathroom was more of a wet room with a curtain to pull across when having a shower. The hotel was wonderfully peaceful and...More
When trying to drive to this hotel, Google maps repeatedly directed us down streets that are pedestrian only. As in, could not drive any further because the narrow street was full of tables and chairs for a restaurant. The hotel sent a map which labels...More
No, in this hotel there aren't rooms renovated, in this hotel there are two type of rooms: double standard ( the old shells of monks of the old monastery), and double superior rooms, new rooms and more modern.
Hola! Your laptop should be safe in your room as the door locks appear to be strong.
Regarding the entrance, you can enter the hotel from the front and the back - but I can't remember the names of the streets.