If you’re looking for a budget friendly small hotel in Burgos, look no further than Hotel Campus Tavern.
Nearby landmarks such as Monasterio de las Huelgas (1.9 mi) and Iglesia de San Nicolas de Bari (2.3 mi) make Hotel Campus Tavern a great place to stay when visiting Burgos.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Campus Tavern offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
Guests of Hotel Campus Tavern are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to Cerveceria Morito, Taberna la Favorita, or Casa Pancho. Otherwise, you may want to check out a wine bar such as Los finos, El Descorche, tapería y vinoteca, or Don Jamon.
If you are interested in exploring Burgos, check out one of the natural history museums, such as Museo de la Evolucion Humana and Cartuja de Miraflores.
The staff at Hotel Campus Tavern looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We stayed in the Campus Tavern for one night in early November 2019. So disappointed it’s not true, the salient facts are the Campus Tavern is not easy to find, and when you finally find it (which I hope for your sake you don’t) the Tavern restaurant is a shell and totally empty, there a sign on the door pointing you to entrance No:2 but you won’t find it! It’s actually on the first floor of a block of flats around the corner! The rooms are clean and acceptable but not worth the £85 we were charged, when you hear the almost continuously scrapping noises along with what could sound like a lift you realise it’s the underground private secure garage doors allowing people in and out, you can’t leave your car there though, you have to leave it on the street in a dubious area. The door noises do stop around 9pm but helpfully start again at 6am so an alarm clock isn’t required. No heating in the morning so very cold. No food, no breakfast available, so Please Please Please give this a Miss!…
We were on a road trip to Portugal and found ourselves in Burgos. Campus Tavern is deceptive from the outside but as soon as we met the friendly, courteous, professional host, we knew our decision to stay here was the correct one. It is a 20-minute walk through tree-lined avenues to the cathedral and busy restaurants. On our return trip, we stayed here again with friends. The underground car park was perfect for our classic cars.
Easy to locate from Motorway and parking a bonus for us as it was secure (had cycles with us). Great cycle friendly town for pootling around - and plenty of bike hire available. I understand that the hotel has free bike hire but you may want to check in advance. Parking was 8€ per night but plenty of free parking around. I did not realise that there is limited underground parking and was initially told that there is no space available but the friendly and helpful guy on reception 'found' a place for us. As with all places in Spain with the exception of the 'Little England' areas, there is limited English spoken, so be prepared to brush up on your Spanish/sign language. There is a bar/restaurant underneath the hotel which we used for convenience. Staff friendly and accommodating… good prices (menu 12€). This is obviously not haute cuisine but fine for a one night stopover. Breakfast can be bought here too, (2€ for latte and croissant). Due to bar beneath, expect some noise at throwing out time. Overall though, very good value for money. Tip: Hotel is in apartment block so it has a communal entrance next to the underground garage ramp. There is a bell for the hotel. Entrance is on the first floor. If the bar is open a member of staff will show you where it is.…
The Hotel Campus Tavern is a couple of kilometres west of the old city of Burgos. If you're walking the Camino those last couple of klms through town and onto the hotel are hard work, but the bonus is that when you leave you are already on your journey! The hotel is basic,but quite up to standard. The fellow on reception (Miguel??) was absolutely first class. Even though he has little English, we had no difficulty chatting to him, and he could not have been more helpful. He pointed us at places to see, happily arranged a taxi, and made our stay that much more pleasant. The hotel does not have many services nearby (a couple of taverns/bars) but it's a pleasant walk back into the old town, or a short taxi ride. So it's location does not detract. Very happy to recommend.
Hotel reception was excellent. Car parked securely (at a cost). Beer in bar/restaurant to recover from 500 mile journey. Room clean, comfortable bed, a bit on the small size but quiet and good WiFi. Pleasant stroll from hotel along river through Parque de Isla to historic centre of Burgos (about 20 mins). Great overnight stop enroute from UK to southern Spain.