On arrival at the hotel we were met with smiling faces and good service which is always nice after a long days travel. We got our key card and headed up to the room which was small but enough for the two of us, with a twin bed set up which wasn't ideal but we made do. We arrived just in time to catch dinner so went down to the restaurant. My partner speaks fluent Spanish and it was a good job too, as being vegetarian, it took a great deal of conversation to describe what being a vegetarian actually meant. Prior to booking the hotel we rang ahead to make sure that on the set menu there was always a veggi option and they assured us there was, however on arrival and for the 6 days we were there, not one main course was suitable. Also despite a great deal of effort on the first night to explain that she needed a vegetarian option, every night afterwards the same conversation needed to be had and we were usually told that salad was the option. On the whole for meat eaters the food was good, but I certainly wouldn't recomend going half board if one of your party is a vegitarian. Breakfast was okay, with the hot food consisting of bacon, scrambled egg (questionably cooked) and hot Spanish sausages. There was also cereal and continental options. We were only told on the last night that wine was complimentary with your meal so we missed a trick there but there you go. On the whole the stay was good. The rooms are stylishly decorated and the food was average. We probably wouldn't stay there again mainly because of the vegitarian food thing. Also it was a bit of a walk from the nearest metro which made it difficult to navigate back to the hotel after a few Estrellas.
(based on 45 reviews)