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Villarta de los Montes nº 1, 06800 Mérida, Spain – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hiking, Cycling
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Internet via modem is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 9 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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This modern guesthouse has traditional Moorish-style design, with Arabic rugs and fabrics. Rooms at Flor de Al-Andalus offer free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a safe.
Score from 589 reviews Good
These stylish design apartments are located in the heart of Mérida, just a 5-minute walk from the spectacular Roman Theatre and Amphitheatre.
Score from 594 reviews Wonderful
Hotel Vettonia is set in the centre of Mérida, just 100 metres from the city’s bull ring. This hotel features rooms with flat-screen TVs and free wired internet access and WiFi.
Score from 389 reviews Very good
Hotel Rambla Emerita is in the heart of Mérida, 650 ft from the Roman Theater, Amphitheater and the Roman Art Museum. These comfortable and fully-equipped rooms enjoy views of the Rambla.
Score from 699 reviews Very good
Good secure parking
Our room had very noisy neighbours I think the noise came through from the adjoining apartments
Overall nice location, short walk to the aqueduct Free parking places on the quite street near the hotel
Lights in the corridor are getting of too fast
Easy stop off from motorway en route south from Santander. Away from town centre in a quiet residential estate, nearby is a great value small Spanish cafe which is neccesary as no on site food. Breakfast is coffee, bread, pate and muffins but no cold meat, cheese or fruit so not quite a continental breakfast
Although it was on the booking page that there were extra charges the extra fees for parking and per pet made the total cost at the Hostal the same as I paid the night before in a 4 star hotel that made no extra charge for these facilities
Nice large private terrace with table and chair. Clean bright room (mine was bright purple) and nice shower room. Wood floor much warmer than the usual tiles. Staff very pleasant. Three very nice local bars nearby serving good beer and cheap filling suppers and breakfast and their barmen/owners were really friendly
A long way from town - a bit far to walk but this was mitigated by the tasty bar/eateries within a couple of hundred yards.
Adequate free parking on dead end street the Hostal fronts. Nothing else to like, but the staff tries hard to please, despite. Kudos to them.
Noise. Lots of noise. Construction or something going on in adjacent apartments, knocking and scraping noises late into the night and again early in the morning. Absolutely no sound insulation, so other guests travels and conversations are intrusive. The place was noisy, bedding threadbare, and decor spartan. Not commensurate to the price, which was the same as many other places we stayed over the previous 16 days in Spain and Portugal, but in stark contrast to some wonderful accommodations in other similar cities.
Well located. Clean. Seemed quite new. Helpful staff. Very good value.
WiFi did not reach my room.
The walking distance was not too bad. They served breakfast as it was part of the cost of the room, even if we left too early to sample their breakfast offer.
Nothing to dislike.
Only one of the staff has limited English, but they were very pleasant and wanted to please.
The web-site said it was a 10 minute walk to the town from the residential area in which the hostel is located. That is wrong -it takes 20 minutes. There are few (none) places nearby to eat at night
Very clean,easy to find, nice guy at front desk,underground parking very good
Could hear people from 1/2/3 rooms away. Plus all doors slamming . The automatic doors/gates very loud.
Very easy to find when driving into Merida. Staff very helpful - provided map and information about walk into town, taxis, places to eat etc. Near the Roman aqueduct. Underground parking available. Breakfast in room - asked for this at 7.30 so we could leave early.
Very hot 20 minute walk into town, although stopped to photograph the aqueduct which was a positive. The breakfast was OK, mostly pre-packaged but filled the gap! Didn't need to book parking for our old car as there was plenty of on-street parking right outside the hostal, and in the shade.
Great location. Quiet place. Good value for the money. Underground parking lot.
The staff was friendly and spoke excellent English. It was very clean and comfortable. The décor was simple but modern. The complementary continental breakfast was good and brought to your door. Air conditioning and WiFi worked great. Nice residential neighborhood.
Parking was on the residential street it was on, and the street could be full of cars. It was not near any restaurants and cafés within walking distance.
This Hostel is very welcoming and is within easy walking distance of the town, but if you need a closer place to eat and drink there is a pleasant local bar restaurant 350 metres away in Calle Astorga opposite the pharmacy.
An hostel that is better than a lot of hotels: Excelent cleanness, simple decoration but very pleasant, quiet, nice staff, wifi in the rooms, a lot of available soap in the bathroom.
Breakfast good for the price, but it could have more bread and cheese and ham instead of so many cakes (3 per person). Sound isolation very bad.
The simpathy of staff, the quiet place, easy to find.
The bed not very confortable.
Easy to get to from the motorway
friendly and helpful staff parking facility
The staff were very helpful and the visit seemed like going home from home. There was on-site parking which was very convenient. The hotel was near the river and a couple of the beautiful Roman sites.
There was a good fifteen minutes walk to get to the town centre, which for us wasn't a problem, but could be difficult for some people.
Nice staff. Good shower facilities.
Location not ideal.
In a quiet residential area but close by to center. Very nice and friendly staff.
On site parking available.
Distance from town centre.
More like a hotel than a hostel. Very informative receptionist. Great underground parking facilities. Would use again.
Dogs accepted but not to be left alone in the room. First time I have come across this and whilst I understand the reason why it makes it very difficult to go out for a meal when no restaurants accept dogs.
The staff was very friendly, helpful and discreet. The hotel was very clean and stylish equiped. I can really suggest this hotel. Everytime again!
Staff are lovely and helpful. Location is central, you can walk everywhere.
Furniture is basic. Toilet is separated from the room by a curtain!! Parking is difficult and chargeable
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