Bilbao Jardines Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBilbao Jardines Hotel
We'd a great time at Hotel Jardines, we cycled there from the airport and found it very easy, the street seemed quiet and the staff were very friendly and found a spot for our bikes.
When we cam out a few hours later the street had come alive and it was party time in Bilbao with the restaurants in the street full and the street full of people doing their nightly walk, a great location with lots of options in the immediate vicinity, staff were very friendly and accommodated our lack of local language very well.
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