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My husband and I had a weeks stay at the Palacio Blanco in Velez. The hotel is a converted bishops palace and Nick and Lesley have done a great job of converting it to be luxurious and comfortable. Really wish it had air conditioning in...More
recently returned from a lovely relaxing week at this fantastic hotel. the reason for the visit was to celebrate our silver wedding which i had managed to keep a secret from my wife until the very date of our departure. She was knocked out by...More
I have just returned from a fantastic week at the Palacio Blanco. From the moment I arrived the owners Nick and Lesley made me feel at home and couldn't do enough to ensure that my stay was one of the most enjoyable I have ever...More
Hopefully you'll get to read this review, my first attempt was deemed unsuitable due to a hint of humour (clean and not offensive!). Anyway here we go:
We arrived for our 12 night stay, after a bit of a job to find the place as...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$116 - US$119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No machines in room but you can make yourselves tea or coffee (or take soft and alcoholic drinks) from the open bar in the breakfast room downstairs at any time.You just note down what you take and pay when you check out... More
No machines in room but you can make yourselves tea or coffee (or take soft and alcoholic drinks) from the open bar in the breakfast room downstairs at any time.You just note down what you take and pay when you check out (the prices are very reasonable too)