Infanta Isabel Hotel

Address: Plaza Mayor 12, Segovia, Castile-León, 40001, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Plaza Mayor 12, Segovia, is near Roman Aqueduct, Alcazar, Cathedral of Segovia, and Cabildo Catedral de Segovia.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsInfanta Isabel Hotel Segovia

      Reviewed by ahartry

      Great location and service

      Reviewed Jan 22, 2015
      by (26 reviews) California , United States Flag of United States

      The staff were welcoming and helpful, providing information about what to see when visiting Segovia. Our room was spacious and very comfortable, with a lovely view of the square. We were able to drive our car all the way to the hotel (which was wonderful because it was snowing when we arrived), and valet parking was available and easy to use.

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      Historical Traveler Reviews Infanta Isabel Hotel Segovia

      Great hotel, great location


      Hotel Infanta Isabel in Segovia is the best place to stay , the location is great in front of the Plaza and the Cathedral, walking distance to el acueducto,the service is excellent, it is small hotel but the service is very good

      Infanta Isabel Hotel


      Came back from Spain 5-17-05. We stayed at the Infanta Isabel Hotel for 4 nights. Great staff, great location, great price, and a great little city. We traveled to a few of the neighboring towns while there. If ever in Segovia again, we'll stay at the Infanta Isabel

      Charming Hotel


      Simply a charming hotel -- lovely, well-appointed room, ideal location and friendly, helpful staff.

      Lovely Hotel, beautiful view, great location


      Our room, with its view onto Plaza Mayor, was wonderful. I second the comments about the great valet parking. I would have been sad to have not had the view we did, however. If I had just daytripped from Madrid or Salamanca, I would have missed the beautiful sight of the cathedral from our room against the sapphire blue sky!

      Lovely Hotel


      Stayed at this hotel in late September. Booked through our travel agent after reading about how charming this hotel was supposed to be in a number of places, including tripadvisor. It lived up to expectations. Centrally located on the Plaza Mayor, in walking distance of all Segovia's sites, nice cafés nearby. Parking was easy, with the hotel staff parking and retrieving the car for us. Room was cute, large and quiet with a nice bathroom. All for 85 euros a night. We would stay there again.

      Make Segovia a day trip, stay in Salamanca or Madrid


      Stayed here one night on Aug 4 in a triple and a double. It's obvious from the other reviews that your experience at this hotel depends on the room you get, unfortunately there are very few good rooms. Neither of our rooms were acceptable, one looked out the back to a wall 6 inches away and the other looked out the front from under the colonnaded walk. The air conditioning did not work in the front room, the other room had a broken shower hose (which they did fix) and briken tiles in the bathroom, the front room had a very small bath. Overall the hotel is dated, dark and tired looking. The girl at reception was nice and helpful, but this hotel is definitely a 3 star with no pretense of being anything more. I recommend a day trip to Segovia from Madrid or Salamanca and stay in either of those cities instead of Segovia. Salamanca is a much, much nicer city. Stay at the Hotel Rector there.

      Wonderful location and view


      We were very happy with this hotel. We got a wonderful room on the 4th floor facing the plaza with a view of the cathedral. The room was surprisingly large by European standards with an enormous marble bathroom. I did notice on the floor map, that some of the other rooms facing off the plaza looked significantly smaller so you might want to specifically request a plaza-facing room. The location is great--central to everything and, despite the busy plaza below, our room was very quiet at night.



      What a wonderful hotel. We had a room on the top floor overlooking the plaza which was beautiful. The room was large and spacious as was the bathroom. It was impeccably maintained. The staff were pleasant. We did not eat in the hotel because Segovia has so much to offer. Don't miss this gem of a town. We spent hours one night drinking wine on the plaza and watching the town come alive around us.

      GREAT hotel!


      We loved the Hotel Infanta Isabel. Wonderful location. Had a large air-conditioned room with a dressing area and safe and a large bath with hairdryer. French windows were doubled, so plaza noise was kept to a minimum. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Prix-fixed lunch in the dining room was good; but breakfast is overpriced--go to a local cafe.

      Great location


      This hotel is located directly in the center of town within easy walking distance of the aquaduct and castle. The evening promade takes place directly outside. Breakfast was nice and the personnel friendly.

      I would recommend staying there.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Infanta Isabel Hotel Segovia

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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