This place is situated in a prime location, in a natural setting of the Pyrenees. It is in the Aragonese town of Benasque, Huesca. It lies between the Natural Reserve of Posets-Maladeta and Aneto top, and next to the Nordic ski Plains Hospital. There are a total of 55 comfortable rooms. All rooms are adequately equipped to meet the needs of it's guests and to make them feel at home. The hotel offers its guests a great restaurant and a modern spa.
Magnificent, elegant, relaxing ... they are adjectives that fall short when describing this place I visited in summer. The entire hotel in the antique monastery is magnificent. The staff are super friendly. They give you all the information you need and they let you visit the public areas even if you are staying there.
The hotel is full of corners for quiet and relaxation, not only the spa, also the cloister, the library and more little nooks that there are in the hotel with comfortable sofas and modern art works that contrast with the surroundings. And if we want we can celebrate our wedding in the chapel or church of the monastery itself.
The environment is perfect for excursions, hill walking, horse riding or quad biking. Anyway, 100% recommended.
The Hotel Rural El Mirador is a charming hotel located in the Aragonese Pyrenees. The best part of the stay was undoubtedly the personal service of the owners, even before I arrived. To begin the day, they greeted us with freshly-squeezed orange juice and a fantastic breakfast.
The rest of the weekend was marvelous. Saturday morning we saw the Roman art in the town itself, which has two lovely churches and the San Juan de la Peña monastery. In the afternoon, we visited some charming towns like Hecho and Ansó, both of which feature typical Pyrenean architecture of stones walls and wooden ceilings.
Before dinner, we had the chance to disconnect in the spa for a while. On Sunday, we visited the impressive Selva de Oza, one of the most beautiful places in the Pyrenees.
It was definitely a weekend to remember. The only drawback was that we went in winter, so we couldn't enjoy the garden and swimming pool with views of the town and mountains. This summer, my significant other and I will try and go back!
I always remember the Christmas I spent with Mariano and Maria Jose, the owners of this exquisite little hotel in the town of Sallent de Gállego. It snowed a lot, and returning to Almud, built and decorated with a lot of affection, was like returning to a warm nest.
The hotel, small and intimate, is amazing, every detail, every object, every corner, speaks of the dedication Maria Jose and Mariano have put into transforming these former eighteenth century stables. The "mountain residency", as they describe Almud, is even more memorable for the cordial treatment from its owners.
As if this were not enough, in the dining room, Mariano, a true master in the kitchen serves some unforgettable dishes.
I loved getting to visit this picturesque place in the north of Spain, the mountains of Aragon.
They have the best ski resorts, fresh air, and this is where I enjoyed an unforgettable stay at the hotel Barcelo Jaca. I would gladly go there to rest and relax.
Morillo de Tou is a recovered village in the Aragon Pyrenees. Accommodations there include camping, apartments, houses, wooden houses, and hostels. From Morillo, you can get to the National Park of Ordesa, as well as Monte Perdido, Añisclo Canyon, Sierra de Guara, and Sobrarbe Geopark. It has ping pong tables, sports, a botanical trail, a path of renewable resources, and the Aragon Traditional Pottery Museum. Also, in summer, there is a swimming pool, supermarket, library and children's entertainment.
One of the most known and visited shelters Park is N.Posets-Maladeta Estós. We arrived there by taking an easy hike through some beautiful and changing landscapes. We passed through the dam, the cottages of Santa Ana and Tormo (among which we miss to see the waterfalls of the Gorgas Gallant), grasslands, forests, animals, rivers, ... well, what you might call a " completito mountain ", and in the end we reached the mountain hotel or hostel, which had everything we needed. Shelters usually found in the mountains that are rustic stone cottages that were used by shepherds in the past, and as a luxury only have a fireplace (sleeps but bare ground), but in Estos, there is even a restaurant. That is such A luxury after arriving because you get to sit up there and sit on the terrace with views of the valley, with the sandwich or macaroni tupperware, take a Coca-colo and take a great little rest before you go to head back on the return journey. Ahhh, now this is really living.
This small 2-star hotel in Jaca turned out to be one of the best options when I went in 2007 on two occasions. This great hotel is well-located near the center and not far from the train station. The rooms are nice and clean, the beds are very comfortable, there is good heating, and the reception is warm. If you plan to go and spend a few days in Jaca, I recommend it. When I went I didn't eat the hotel breakfast (not included in the price) but there are plenty of cafes nearby to have breakfast quietly and when you want, without having to be dependent on a schedule.
The Real Jaca Hotel & Spa is located just steps away from the center of Jaca, in the Aragonese Pyrenees. The hotel has a total of seventy-eight rooms which feature a bathroom, hairdryer, heating, air conditioning, television, music, and free Internet.
The complex offers reception open 24 hours, a bar and a restaurant as well as a pool and a hot tub. It has a very convenient location because of its easy access to the ski resorts. The hotel is only 50 km from Formigal and 30 kilometers away from Candanchú Astún, so you can enjoy the surroundings, which are full of history, culture and a great mountain environment.