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Hermogenes Rojo,10, 48013 Bilbao, Spain – Show map
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 15 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 676 reviews Good
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Score from 64 reviews Very good
NH Deusto is just over a quarter mile from Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum, Iberdrola Tower and Euskalduna Palace. There is a free Wi-Fi and the modern, air-conditioned rooms have satellite TV.
Score from 876 reviews Good
Modern Building. Price. At night there was plenty of parking spaces available. Staff was nice and very helpful.
Elevator was painfully slow. The bathroom smell was all over the hotel except in the room. A person with another card actually opened my room's door with it. So not very safe... Bathroom smelled of cigarette and the shower was dirty
The facilities are new! The rooms and even the shared bathroom are very clean. The beds are very comfortable, and for a really good price you even have TV on your room and your personal towel.
The location of the hotel is no that far from the center but it's not that easy to get there at night time. Also there is some noise from the street, but not a big deal
Proximity to metro. Well priced triple room with English suite.
No coffee/tea making facilities in room. Noisy road.
Street noice at front Side rooms.
Clean, cosy. There is bar in the same building and supermarket in 300 metr from entrance.
Far from centre (about 4 km by foot among the river), but there are direct buses to centre.
Close to metro
room noisy & needed a fan
Bus, Cafés nearby. Near the port for the ferry. Clean, good value for money. Was able to catch the bus to visit Guggenheim museum in the evening. Own key card to come back in at any time.
Slow elevator. Not all rooms had en-suite bathrooms. No breakfast.
Nice staff, clean rooms. Good value.
Hard to find because of the roundabout and building site.
The location near the local train station, and good connections to Bilbao central with both the train and buses - 3-10 minutes by train to different stations in Bilbao. The staff was helpful even if not many spoke other than spanish. The hotel location and prices are excellent for people on a budget. And one correction for finding the pension: you also can go out the station, then straightforward and stairs down, and then to left (Calle de Hermogenes), which is shorter route than in some other review about finding the place which otherwise was very good.
The staff was really helpful, she gave us a map with a pretty good summary about the interesting spots that we should visit. The room and bathroom are clean and nice.
The location is far from the city center.
The rooms are very clean and big
Only 2 bathrooms on the floor
Very nice staff. Good location if you're travelling by car, with free parking.
Not so good surroundings.
Close to the train line, it's a quick trip into the city Easy and free parking
Hot and noisy room
Location is not great but is close to the train
Very nice facility, friendly staff who tried to help as much as possible, two minute walk from a train stop, excellent wifi everywhere
A little further out of the city than I normally stay. Still, only a 12-15 minute train ride to the center.
Very clean overnight accommodation at a very good price. Plenty of cafe's,shops,bars,restaurants within 5 minutes walking distance.
Very friendly staff.
For a "pension" it was very good. A free to use computer in the entrance area, with comfortable seats & coffee/snack machine. Very clean. Lots of bars, restaurants, shops & parks nearby. Good value (we got an en suite)
Parking, you take your chance.
The hotel is very close to a rail station from which a train goes every 15 minutes to the center of Bilbao. So great! I arrived around lunch, the room ws not yet cleaned but I could leave my luggage and it was then put in my room afterwards. Free parking near the hotel.
Arriving by car in Bilbao the hotel is hard to find. Avoid rush hour when it can get a nightmare. If you have a room on the street side noice from the traffic is somewhat of an issue. Nobody at the reception late in the evening or the morning.
This is not just a review of Don Claudio but also a guide to Bilbao: Directions to Don Claudio Get a3247 Bizkaibus bus from airport to last stop which is Termibus (i.e. Bus terminal) at San Memes. It takes about 30/40 minutes and costs €1.40 In San Memes, go downstairs (only few 100yds from where bus came in) and you'll find both Renfe Cercenias (train line) and Metro Bilbao. Don Claudio is in Zorrotza on the train line, not the Metro line. I got a mulit-journey credirenfe ticket for €15- (you can get it for €5- or €10-) from the touchscreen ticket machine (the machine takes notes). (You could get a single ticket if you prefer, but travelling in zone 1 costs €1.75 by ticket or €1.06 using credirenfe card, so you save money using credirenfe and I knew I was going to be using the train line for multiple journeys). After validating your card, take the C1 towards Santurzi or C2 towards Muskiz to Zorrotza (only 2 stops). I was a bit confuse initially until I figured out that the C1 and C2 routes use the same line from 'Bilbao Abando' to Barakaldo, before they split to respective destinations. Also note San Memes is underground but goes overground as it heads towards Zorrotza. Exit train @ Zorrotza and cross a small street and continue until you hit a main street (called Fray Juan Juan Kalea). This walk is only a few hundred yards. At this T-junction, look to your right and you'll see a church across the road. So go right towards the church, but don't cross the road. At the crossroads, turn right again. This is Calle de Hermogenes Rojo and Don Claudio is no.10. It has 2 entrances, so when you find the 10 over the door, the entry is actually next door and has Don Claudio on the door. Arrival Staff member when I arrived didn't have any English and I've very little Spanish, but we communicated enough to get by.
Nothing I didn't like. It would be nice to have a kettle and some cups in the room. Also be nice to have a printer downstairs so as people who are flying can print out their airline boarding cards
They connection with Bilbao is perfect, just 8 minutes by train from main train station from the center of Bilbao. The hotel is exactly near the train station, the train goes every 10 minutes and costs 1.75 euro one way.
The convinence of the metro was right around the corner. It was reasonably priced.
The front desk was not helpful because they did not speak English. We needed directions to the airport and they were clueless. They could only tell you if you were taking public transport. We had a car. We were told this hotel was close to the airport (about 4 miles). it was not close but rather took 20 minutes to get to. Not close to Bilbao either. Booking.com needs to state the location is Zorrotza. not Bilbao
Very clean. Realy nice receptionist. Was very friendly and good informed. Good public transport connection with center of Bilbao.
The room was very clean, small but fairly comfortable.
Location..Nowhere really to eat, there were restaurants but didn't feel comfortable. Not a tourist friendly part of Bilbao in my opinion. The staff nor locals spoke any English.
I liked that we could have a late check in and the security. I liked that it was pretty quiet, comfy, and cozy.
I did not like that there was no staff in the morning, to help with reccomentations and such. I also did not like that there was not a place to store our luggage after checkout until our plane left. It also smelled funny, but that probably wasn't the pensions fault.
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