3 Poeta Iglesias, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGRAN HOTEL Salamanca

Reviewed by mr_mozam

Good Hotel

Reviewed May 30, 2013
by (53 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

Nice room. Nothing special. At least we were able to print our boarding passes for Ryan Air from the hotel.

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TripAdvisor Reviews GRAN HOTEL Salamanca

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Salamanca

Day 36 - Salamanca

A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 27, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... two stork nests in the bell tower. Remember from a previous post that the Spaniards kill bulls but protect stork nests? To protect the bell tower, the city has built iron nest shapes underneath the nests because they weigh one tonne or more.

The city has an old and a "new" cathedral attached to each other. An odd phenomena and perhaps the only one of its type. When the powers that be decided to build the ...

The Best Fake Bachelorette Party Ever

A travel blog entry by danikanewlee on May 05, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

I want to preface this entry by saying that I honestly never had any desire to go to the city of Salamanca. It's not somewhere that American tourists rave about, nor really is it somewhere that Spaniards rave about (if Vis is any indication). But after my 24 hours spent there, I will be telling everyone ever that Salamanca is THE place to go for a college student.

For starters, Salamanca is the home of the ...


A travel blog entry by janaeinspain on Jul 02, 2012

1 comment

¡Hola de Salamanca, España!

The past few days have been amazing! Salamanca is a gorgeous city and the people here are so friendly. There has been so much excitement this weekend due to the
España/Italia game. Gunshots and fireworks went off every time a goal was scored, Spanish flags hung everywhere and the Plaza Mayor (Main plaza) was lit up in red and gold. After we won, people of literally all ages flooded the streets in celebration. ...

I'm Tracie, and I'm Steve, and we're tapasholics

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 05, 2011

5 photos

... throughout. As we ascended the grand marble staircase and through the heavy black front doors we were greeted by the warm Spanish sun.

The streets had been washed clean with a light shower over night. It was very quiet in the streets. I think everybody must have partied all night and were still in bed. Some people didn't even make it to bed. One student had found a comfortable piece of lawn within the university to sleep the morning away. The ...

Seductive With Real Refinement*

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on May 11, 2011

5 comments, 24 photos

... and atmosphere of a university city with students of all nationalities milling about everywhere and many cheap bars and restaurants. Given its history, its large number of medieval religious as well as academic buildings and its “Plaza Mayor” considered to be the finest in Spain, Salamanca also attracts a large number of tourists. A small word of caution though: it is helpful if you learn at least rudimentary Spanish before coming. Few ...