The Hiberus Hotel, situated on the outskirts of Zaragoza, is a modern and designer hotel. It was opened for the Expo, and they thought of even the smallest detail.
The rooms are large and very light. All of them have great views of the Ebro River, just in between the Tercer Milenio Bridge and the Pabellón Bridge.
It’s to my taste because just next to the window there are some armchairs where you can sit peacefully to read with all the views in front you. Also, in the lower part of the hotel, there is a large and welcoming terrace with armchairs to take a drink, and a swimming pool for the summer.
Breakfasts are taken in the lower part. Also, there is a café and a restaurant.
It's centrally located, just a few meters from the Paseo de la Independencia. It has easy access and a convenient location for visiting the monuments and shopping in Zaragoza. There is a swimming pool with sundeck (seasonal), and a large Business Centre with a variety of rooms and offices. The Coraceros Bar and Aragonia Restaurant complete the gastronomic offer. There's private parking on-site.
The hotel is nice. It also has a Mercadona just below if you need to buy something. Although you can go back and forth easily by bus to / from downtown, watch out later. We tried it once (about 11 pm or so) and the bus going to that neighborhood didn't pass even once during a long time so in the end we had to get a taxi.
It’s well connected by bus with the centre, which is more or less a quarter of an hour away. The hotel facilities are very good, clean and quite large bedrooms, what attracted my attention the most was the design, combining black and white together elegantly.
Hotel Catalonia is a good choice if you're looking to stay in downtown Zaragoza, not to mention it has fantastic views of the Basilica del Pilar. It's moderately priced for a four-star hotel and is located in an early twentieth century modernist building right in the center of town. The rooms have free wifi and all the amenities you'd expect from a four-star hotel.
Located in the pedestrian area of the historical centre of Zaragoza, it is very well-situated for getting around the city. If you bring your own transport (car, motorbike...), the hotel also has a garage. It's nice and clean, with colourful furniture, although being a 2-star hotel, don't expect any more than the basics. They have wifi, although breakfast is not included in the price, and is served in quite a small room, without much variety.
This hotel is rapidly declining. It is the third time I have stayed at the Hotel Partner Romareda and I must confess that it gets worse every time I go. The furniture does not have to be top quality, but if you pay 4 star and get "Expomobi" type furniture (full floor furniture 5oo €), it's not that it is bad furniture but it can be interpreted as a lack of respect for the client. In the liquor cabinet there are only two bottles of water. The facilities don't always work, there are plugs coming out of the wall. The TV doesn't work properly due to poor signal and you have to remind the hotel the TDT exists for a small price. Of course the TVs in the rooms are the ones that you can buy now for 40 € or less. The wifi is another story ... I did not find it anywhere, but I must say that the hotel has a computer for the customer ... Phew ... Another important thing is the price ... To give you an idea, you pay per person, ie ... Two people cost us 111 Euros, only to sleep ... after this we went to the Hotel Candido in Segovia, also 4 stars, is a truly impressive mansion, I encourage you to check it out online. Well, this veritable palace, owned by the family of Candido, of the Candido Grillhouse, only cost us € 95! There's no comparison, just look and compare these two hotels, out of curiosity. Another thing is breakfast, frugal, sparse, I had to ask for them to make fried eggs with bacon .... They gave me a tiny strip of bacon. Anyway ... I hope the hotel read this review and try to improve. I will return to this hotel because I love the area and would just like to give some constructive criticism. Thank you.
The Holiday Inn Express Zaragoza is a 3 star hotel, a gray structure that looks sad, cubic and without design, but manages to be in a nice place. The rooms are big, with a bathroom, they dont give you disposable shampoo bottles, and it seems like a good idea to save plastic, it is available at the front desk if you need it, and free, like toothbrush, toothpaste etc. Is close to the Expo 2008, the great fair of Zaragoza, so usually quite crowded and you have to book in advance. It has 114 rooms, with a nice modern design, has a blue light in the bathroom which is observed from the room giving it a twist. To go downtown by taxi costs 5 euros if there is not much traffic, and the 35 bus goes right to the corner, to Plaza Spain. At the reception there is a computer for internet, and the rooms have a wireless connection, which costs 4.50 euros per hour or 11 euros for 24 hours. Breakfast is included, is basic and not much choice.
It’s a well situated hotel, in the heart of the city near to the Paseo Independencia and El Corte Ingles shop. The truth is it’s very well situated because it allows you to do a large variety of things, you can go shopping, have a walk or have some beers.
Its rooms are spacious, clean and well cared for. A fantastic breakfast and unbeatable attention from the staff. Also another very good thing is that in spite of being in the heart of the city it is a very peaceful hotel, you don’t notice any of the street noise. I recommend it to everyone.
This hotel is located very close to Plaza del Pilar. There's a garage for parking and the rooms are very clean, only missing a minibar. The area is frequented by immigrants, but there's no problem. It's very affordable.
Centrally located near the Roman Theatre Caesaraugusta, its has good parking (for fee), which is essential. It was remodelled for Expo'08 and is now very nice. The breakfast was very good and varied. Rooms magnificent. We loved it, we'd go back again!
Located in the new city centre, close to the Aragonia mall. Great architecture and interior design, designed by Rafael Moneo. Close to the park, and with a tram line nearby. Facilities include a cafe, a water spa zone with a relaxation pool, jacuzzi and team bath, and a fitness area. Own parking in the same building.
This hotel has a perfect location for those wanting to be close to the main attractions of the city, such as the Basilica del Pilar, the Cathedral of San Salvador, the Lonja Palace or the City Hall. The hotel consists of 66 comfy rooms, all of which are fully equipped and have views of the city.
I stayed in these apartments recently, and really recommend them - both for their proximity to the city centre, and their great value. Ours had room for four, with a double bed and a sofa bed. It's a great choice if you're travelling in a group, as you can enjoy all the freedom that comes with staying in a flat. The apartment has a large kitchen with all the cooking utensils you could want, as well as basic ingredients like oil and salt. The bathroom was quite large, and the master bedroom was also very nice. The living room had a TV, small balcony and sofa bed. Everything was perfectly neat and clean. There's a small office next to the building where the manager works, where you can go to collect your keys and make payments. Upon arrival, someone will show you to your apartment, and they also offer maps and brochures of the city and its attractions.
Are you looking for places to stay in Zaragoza? Good choice! This is one of the richest cities in Spain in terms of history and heritage, so you're sure to have an excellent holiday. And with so much to see, it's important to carefully choose where to stay in Zaragoza, to ensure that you'll have the best possible time.
There is lodging in Zaragoza to suit all tastes and budgets. Remember that the peak season here coincides with the most popular local festival, the Fiestas del Pilar, so if you want to stay during this time, you should book your Zaragoza accommodations well in advance or you may miss out on the best Zaragoza hotel deals and have to pay more!
For cheap Zaragoza lodging, look at the hostels and guesthouses. And if you want a central location, some of the best hotels in Zaragoza can be found in the historic center and the Barrio de Delicias. But if you really want to save money, avoid Zaragoza hotels altogether, as you'll find campsites for the adventurous visitor on the outskirts of the city! Search minube to learn more about hotels in Zaragoza and read reviews of Zaragoza lodging submitted by fellow travelers.