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Hotel Las Terrazas

Avenida Industria 10, 09001 Burgos Spain
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#20 of 42 hotels in Burgos
Hotel Las Terrazas can be found on the outskirts of Burgos. Children under 6 stay for free when using existing bedding. It also has free parking and free WiFi. All of the rooms in Las Terrazas have bathroom, TV and telephone. The hotel’s restaurant has a daily menu. The cafe offers a large range of sandwiches, pizzas and salads. The centre of Burgos is just a few minutes’ drive away. Alternatively, you can easily get the A-1 or the A-231 motorways to Bilbao, Madrid or Leon.
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Free parking
Street parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Coffee shop
Breakfast available
Snack bar
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
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RONBONW wrote a review Apr 2020
N WALES128 contributions244 helpful votes
Stayed in this hotel during our journey back to the UK in late April after Brittany Ferries cancelled our return ferry 3 times (more about them on their Tripadvisor page). This was a designated emergency hotel and one of the very few open during the Virus emergency. The hotel was cheap, very clean and with a great bed. It was a bit basic but well worth the 48.50 Euro per night price. The staff were great. We were very grateful to them in a very difficult position.
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Date of stay: April 2020
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gardenofengland wrote a review Apr 2020
Folkestone, United Kingdom1916 contributions451 helpful votes
After being let down by another hotel we managed to book in here for a one night stay during the lockdown in Spain. We were so grateful to the staff as they were closing the next morning. Booking in was good, the receptionist was friendly helpful and suitably protected. We had a room on the first floor overlooking the petrol station, due to the restrictions it was very quiet. Room was big and clean, although I did clean all surfaces door knobs taps etc. again with antibac spray. Bed was big and very comfortable and the WIFI was good but we only noticed one other car so the place was pretty empty. We did not take the optional breakfast as we had brought our own food for our long journey back to the UK after our Brittany ferry being cancelled 3 times! We were advised we would need to check out by 8am but that was not a problem. The only negative was no hot water, this maybe because the hotel was closed and only open for stranded travellers. But a good nights sleep and a good location.
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Date of stay: April 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1 Helpful vote
cheerzeazyd wrote a review May 2019
Scunthorpe, England125 contributions55 helpful votes
well this is a budget hotel and yes half of it was a building site but it was clean enough with a good hot shower and a comfy bed. there was a three course menu including wine for eleven euros with no shortage of takers. so budget but fine.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Judith H wrote a review Apr 2019
Holmfirth, United Kingdom159 contributions56 helpful votes
After an amazing 7 weeks in Spain I’d booked this hotel as a quick overnight Travelodge type hotel before the ferry from Santander. On arrival it was absolute chaos both in the car park, “hip” bar and minuscule reception which was a temporary construction behind a temporary wall off the bar. There were no apparent habitable rooms on the first two floors but the windows on the top floor seemed more complete. I could not stay due to mobility problems and tried to explain that I needed to cancel. Eventually I was told I had to do this through the booking website. I have been charged as per the cancellation policy however I have registered a complaint by email. I have yet to receive a response and sadly don’t expect to receive one. Less than 2km away towards the motorway is a lovely 4 star hotel that is virtually the same price as this one. When I booked in January the reviews were good however I’m rather suspicious about the authenticity of these now. I should have taken photos but was so upset and intimidated by the chaos that I had to drive away. Caveat emptor!
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Date of stay: April 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
David G wrote a review Oct 2018
Inverness, United Kingdom578 contributions213 helpful votes
We were checked in reasonably well by a lady who had good English and the room and bathroom were very clean and tidy however there were some low parts of the ceiling in our bedroom. I had no chance, I banged my head three times and never ventured to that side of the bed again, dispatching my wife to sleep on that side, but even at 5’ 2 & and a quarter inch she had the odd mishap too! Thankfully no bruises came out? I woke strangely at around 05:00, I didn’t know why, I didn’t need the toilet, I was still sleepy and so I tried to nod off and then I heard it…………………ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!! The man next door was snoring like a pig, worse in fact, yes the walls are that thin! I did drop off but was reawakened at 07:00 when the very same mans wake up alarm went off. It sounded for about 10 minutes, it even woke my wife up and that’s saying something. We went down to breakfast and I had to ding the bell on reception twice so we could be directed to the breakfast area. A man eventually came along and showed us in to the public bar where lots of locals lined the bar, drinking coffee and eating all kinds of things. We found tables where there appeared to be other hotel guests all tucking into differing delicacies, we took a seat at a table without anything on it at all, no cutlery or plates. I looked around, I did a bit of snooping but alas I found nothing that resembled breakfast items. Then the very same man came to us and told us to order at the bar. So we tried and we got nowhere, all we got were two bits of toast, an orange juice each and I had the tiniest coffee cup that there could ever be, there was about 14 molecules of coffee in it. Personally I think the staff were so run off their feet they couldn’t give a dam about two British visitors who had paid a modest sum for accommodation with breakfast, and left them to it. Not the kind of hospitality I would expect. I would normally have complained but I could see the fella could not give one stuff so I left it. He could quite easily have given us a few local items to choose, we aren’t fussy. I won’t ever be back, not likely I know, and so did he, he cared that little. My wife and I run our own small B&B in the UK, I believe its very important that when people have chosen you to provide them with accommodation and food that you do so to the best of your ability and make the experience as good as possible, I’m sorry to say we didn’t get our kind of attitude on this occasion.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$49 - US$72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
SpainCastile and LeonProvince of BurgosBurgos
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Las Terrazas
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Las Terrazas?
Nearby attractions include Catedral De Burgos (2.7 km), Cartuja de Miraflores (5.3 km), and Myescape (3.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Las Terrazas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Las Terrazas?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Las Terrazas?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Las Terrazas?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Las Terrazas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Asador San Lorenzo, El Fogon de Jesuson, and Norte Gastrobar.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Las Terrazas?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Historic Center of Burgos (2.8 km), Monasterio de las Huelgas (3.2 km), and Puente De San Pablo (2.9 km).