Finding an ideal family-friendly small hotel in Burgos does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hostal Acanto, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hostal Acanto, visitors can check out Monasterio de las Huelgas (1.7 mi) and Cartuja de Miraflores (1.7 mi), some of Burgos' top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hostal Acanto offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tempura can head to Cerveceria Morito. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as Norte Gastrobar, Bar Jabato, or Taperia Royal.
Should time allow, Iglesia de San Nicolas de Bari and Colegiata de Santa Maria are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Hostal Acanto looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Burgos.
located near town centre which Is easy 10min bus ride away underground parking for motorcycle 7euro £41 includes room breakfast and parking staff really friendly and helpful even though neither of us could speak the others language which was fun! room spacious 2nd floor room 127 had view over grass pedestrian area which was nice shower toilet plenty of closet space all in all decent overnight stay 're onmend
Hostal Acanto is a comfortable place to stay with excellent service. The rooms are clean and well kept. The front desk is handled by courteous people. The breakfast is quite good, going beyond the typical Spanish coffee-bread breakfast. Parking on the street in front of the hotel is free and available more often than not. To get to the historical part of the city, one just jumps on the red GAMONAL bus and you are whisked to within a few blocks from the Puerta de Santa Maria and the splendid Gothic Cathedral.
We have stayed at The Acanto a number of times when touring Spain by motorcycle. It offers clean, basic facilities and is ideal for a one night stay. The rooms and bathrooms are spotless and the hotel stayed open for us until after midnight as we were running late from Santander. It is not in the town centre and you should carefully check how to find it. There is secure underground parking, wifi and an adequate buffet breakfast. We will stay there again when in the Burgos area.
Arrived during siesta but there was no problem providing us with a key to our room for check in later so that we could drop our things before going into the city. No English spoken but we managed with our Spanglish. Took the no.1 Gamonal bus from the stop on Calle Vitoria and got off at the last stop right by the statue to El Cid in the centre (€1 each). Had a modern twin en suite room that was spotless with tv and free wifi. Could just do with replacing the towels and sheets that are very worn and thin. Other residents were quiet and vehicle noise was minimal even though we were overlooking a very busy crossroads. The hostal is well set back with a small childrens park outside. Breakfast was simple cornflakes, toast, croissants, orange juice and tea/ coffee - plenty of it but basic and do it yourself. Found a parking spot on the road so didn't use the secure parking. Excellent stay for the price.…
We stayed here as a stopover from Santiago on our way back to Bordeaux by train so proximity to the station was our main criteria. It's a couple of kilometres or a half hour walk for recovering pilgrims. The hostal is a great motel style accommodation, clean, with very efficient and friendly staff and great value for money. Wish that TripAdviser had half star ratings as this hostal is worth a higher rating. The lady on reception only spoke Spanish but hey, when in Spain, and after 44 days on the Camino, is wasn't a hardship. Our room was lovely, more than adequate in size with comfortable beds and a good sized bathroom as well. Noise wasn't an issue at all and we were here on a Saturday night. We were going to eat nearby but the bus is really handy and we ended up in the city centre in the middle of a fiesta. Wonderful stop for our last night in Spain - Thank You! 3.5 stars…