L'Hostal Hotel De Interior
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsL'Hostal Hotel De Interior Pollenca
We must have been here during the off season...we were the only ones in the hotel! The host showed us two rooms to choose from, nice touch...both nice rooms. My partner wanted the room with the bigger bed, no view. I agreed as we were tired of the standard "push two twins together" method. However, once we started to unpack I just felt anxious and really wanted the other room...so...to avoid a pout from me I am sure, my partner tracked down the host and she gladly changed our rooms. (She also had storage downstairs for our tour bikes). Wala! I opened up the curtains to expose a full mountain view and the monastery we had spent the night at the night before! The room was super modern, comfy bed,large bath with hot water, sweet artwork on the walls, an "on your honor system" mini bar in the lobby...only down thing is the internet was not working...seems to be the norm in Spain. They just can't figure out the internet! We also could have taken advantage of an included breakfast at their sister hotel down the street. But - it didn't open until after 9; and when traveling by bike, this is an awfully late start! Anyway - the room with the view surprised us with a full lunar eclipse, only visible in this section of the world. ! What a treat. I watched it all night! I highly recommend this hostal - best one I ever stayed in...more like a boutique hotel in the heart of Pollenca.
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