Good hotel. Comfortable and well-located, five minutes walk from the Guggenheim, and 10 minutes from the old town. They have a restaurant and cafe, and the rooms feature all the comforts you'd expect; my bathroom was very big.
This is a good hotel with an excellent location. It's next to the river and from the window of our room, we could see the Guggenheim. Our room was nice, spacious and comfortable. The service was generally good, but a bit stiff, which is normal.
We booked into this hotel nearly a month ago, and liked it. There were several good things: the room was spacious, with good views. Breakfast was one of the best we've ever had. There were plenty of options, and someone was always on hand to replenish the food. The location was good, on the main road, and close to most sites of interest. However, there were some strange things for a hotel of this size, for example bad wifi in the rooms. We were willing to pay but the signal quality was terrible. Maybe we were just unlucky. Also, the service was a bit lacking sometimes - they didn't know when our room would be ready, but they were happy to let us store our bags while went for a walk.
This hotel has become Bilbao’s best and not only for the number of stars it has. The Silken chain really worked on this building, that expresses the most modern and contemporary elements, with unique details that make it really special.
The entrance to the atrium is a wonderful feeling. It opens like a great free space and it is dominated by a great sculpture of Mariscal: a Fossil Cypress made of stone that ascends to 26 meters from the ground to the skylight in the terrace. This is how the place manages to bring in natural light in the atrium space.
The interior of the bedrooms also shows an exquisite design. Each room has a personalized style that makes them different from each other, besides the comforts offered by a hotel of this class.
I had the opportunity to visit the hotel for a family wedding and it was incredible: the food is exquisite and you can have an appetizer and drink in the terrace with wonderful views to the Guggenheim!
A great, central hotel. If you stay in it, you'll have no need for the car. It's a 5 minute walk from the Guggenheim. 2 minutes from Ledesma Street, where there are plenty of tapas bars and Abando Metro Station, which takes all over. It is 15 minutes from the Museum of Fine Arts. It is perfect for sightseeing.
There aren't many cities in the world as amazing as Bilbao. Its contrasts, its cuisine, its elegant combination of the past and the cutting edge ... it's irresistible, and here at the Mir Hotel, they will do their best to help you discover the city. It has a great location opposite the Guggenheim, close to the main museums and the shopping area, making it the perfect starting point to plunge into Bilbao.
The 50 rooms have elegant, cosmopolitan design by Antonio Mir, one of the country's most important designers, known for his modernity and good taste. All rooms are equipped with sophisticated equipment; which includes a 32" TV, DVD, MP3 player, WIFI, minibar, room service 24h. There's a wellness space (relaxing water area for private use), fitness centre and two meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of 35 people. Also for the exclusive use of hotel guests, the Mir Bar is a relaxing area to chill out, read or work comfortably while you have a drink at the bar. Opposite the hotel is a new parking lot with 500 spaces, ensuring you'll have no problems with your vehicle.
The super nice apartment had everything. There were four of us and it was ended up pretty cheap at 23 euros a day. It was next to the metro and Bilbao's Old Town pintxos made you want to stay and live there. The girl who brought our food was very nice and explained everything we wanted to know about Bilbao. The apartment also has info of Bilbao free wifi was very useful to us. An easy place to recommend.
This 3 star hotel is located at the top of the centre of Bilbao, and combines traditional old Basque architecture with modern high-tech design, making it the perfect place to accommodate travelers, whether they're here on business or pleasure. Among the many amenities, guests have a business centre, meeting room and free internet in the lobby. Bicycles can be borrowed for free at the reception, and pets are welcome and can stay without a surcharge.
To get there: Buses: Bilbobus city stopping at the Arenal. Trains: From LVEF, La Concordia station, Bilbao-Santander. The train station is located 200 meters away. Metro: Casco Viejo-out to San Nicolas. Tramway Arriaga. Tourist Attractions near the hotel among others: Guggenheim Museum - Fine Arts Museum 1.5 km - 1.5 km Teatro Arriaga - 20 m. Congress Palace - 1.5 km
Just 100 metres from the Teatro Arriaga, this is the perfect spot to spend the night in Bilbao. It's just delightful, located in the Casco Viejo, one of the most charming parts of the city. Here you can enjoy cultural entertainment and delve into one of the most important parts of Basque cuisine, tapas. There are single, double and triple rooms available - ten rooms in total, with heating, TV, bathroom and internet access. In the common area you can enjoy a self-service breakfast, internet and newspapers, all included in the room rate. Breakfast time is from 8:00 to 11:00 (Clients in need can apply at the reception). They have other services such as laundry, room service, tour desk, alarm clock, local press, and parking. Price per night (Breakfast and VAT included) from Sunday to Thursday. Single: 40 euros Double: 50 euros Triple: 65 euros Friday and Saturday. Single: 50 euros Double: 60 euros Triple: 75 euros
The Hotel Bilbao Jardines is located in the heart of the city so you won't need to rely on public transport to get around. It's right next to a metro station and the square where the buses leave for the airport. It was opened in 2005, and the facilities are well-maintained and very comfortable. The staff are kind and the price is also reasonable. The parquet floors can be a bit noisy, but for 60.00€ a night at a 2-star hotel in the center of Bilbao, you couldn't ask for more. I'd go back.