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Rambla Mártir Santa Eulalia, 17, 06800 Mérida, Spain – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 671 reviews)
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges apply.
24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk
Newspapers, Safe, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Air Conditioning
1:00 PM - 10:00 PM
7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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In Plaza de España Square, this restored 15th-century palace offers a rooftop terrace with a small seasonal pool and city views. Bluecity Mérida Palace is 215 yards from the Roman Temple of Diana.
Score from 1347 reviews Very good
Set at the heart of the beautiful, monumental city of Mérida, in the Extremadura region, the hotel is in an ideal accommodation for sightseeing in this historical area, and enjoying the slow pace of...
Score from 570 reviews Good
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 391 reviews Very good
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 572 reviews Good
Breakfast good, but I would like to put my tomatoe by myself on the toast. A little more variety for the breakfast would have been good as well.
This was a great hotel in terms of location as it was close to all the historical sites in Merida and near to the bars,restaurants,shopping areas.The Plaza De Espania is great in the evening very busy.Overall great.Be careful we went during a fiesta and lots of shops were closed but just our fault for not planning.
walls to thin could hear people from other rooms
Thin walls and THE most uncomfortable beds don't make for a good night's sleep. Breakfast poor too.
Location is ideal for visiting the Roman attractions. Easy walking around town from the hotel. They have 4 spaces reserved for on-street parking, so no driving around trying to find a free space. Staff are really friendly and helpful.
No free wifi, corridors echo, so people returning late at night cause a lot of noise.
Location and staff.
Lovely room with Juliette balcony in the centre of town. Beware satnav location is wrong.Take the 1st left just before you town centre it's sign posted.
The b/fast was poor.I was told I could have eggs and bacon but all that was available was toast and our own t/bag
Friendly and helpful staff, good rooms/facilities and super location for the Roman ruins and night life. got to park motorcycles outside hotel.
Only stayed one night
We had no problems
Room - small 101 Bed - basically a good bed with some kind of rubberised mattress cover making it clammy. No bar Price -high for a basic hotel Parking
Servicio extraordinario Muy bien ubicado
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Clean hotel in excellent localization, more than you expect. Receptionist speaks English what is quite unusual in Spain :)
Sptlessly clean. Well situated.
The location is superb. You are within easy walking distance of everything worth seeing and within easy walking distance also of a municipal car park where you can leave your car in safety. There are also zones where parking on the street is free 24/7, but we did not care to try this. The staff are friendly and helpful; breakfast (not included) is easy to get at the cafe on the ground floor; and the bed--apart from the horrible bolster/pillow, which was soon replaced--was perfectly comfortable. This is a modern place with no character, particularly, but much the same could be said for Merida as a whole. You are here for the roman ruins.
The huge, hard bolster of a pillow on our bed made our first night a bit of a struggle, but the staff cheerfully replaced this with a normal set of pillows. I had the impression that they have had many complaints about this before. Why not get rid of the blessed things?!
Everything. Location, staff and facilities. A nice place to spend time in a beautiful and interesting city.
It was a bit difficult to unload the luggage. The reserved space for that purpose was occupied for a long time. It was not a big problem but it is the only negative aspect I can point out.
I had a room at the front and enjoyed looking out onto the park
Location and very helpful staff. We were walking the via La Plata. I was having trouble with my knee so they arranged to have our bags forwarded to the next town for us. As well the food in the restaurant was very good.
We were in a room overlooking the square and on Friday night it was very noisy. However we put this down to one very loud patron who was 10 times noisier than the rest of the other patrons from one of the bars in an adjoining square.
Location and staff were both great.
Beds were a bit uncomfortable.