Hotel Horus Zamora
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
Photos of Hotel Horus Zamora
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Horus Zamora
Travel Blogs from Zamora
... to Miranda Do Douro but didn't find much here so decided to cross the border in to Spain and stay in Zamora. A few reflections on Portugal. Loved the people and thought they were "softer" than the Spaniards. Most Portuguese speak English (the younger ones, anyway) as it is compulsory in schools. It was a much greener, prettier and more productive country than I had imagined. Not ...
... for the St Peter festival. Hard to move. Everyone with families. Bars full but still no one eating. Found a couple of restaurants around 10 that seemed be serving food but they had reservations and were fully booked. Eventually returned to our hotel and ate a very nice meal in the hotel restaurant. We are so confused about the eating habits in Spain. No one seems to eat at all. In Zamora not even much sign of tapas. There are very few hotels here so book if you intend ...
Zamora - could be the title of a Dean Martin song. The town brought out my inner crooner - comfy and cleverly modernised NH hotel, honey coloured ancient buildings, a once a year ceramic market, storks nesting on bell towers, breakfast of organic fruits, local sheep cheese, fresh roasted coffee, mild sunny day. (Wifi is a constant challenge so this blog will need to be polished with pics later. ...
... extra each we took it. Our English, Canadian, Australian and German friends walked past when we were checking in, and Warren went out to talk to them. On the spur of the moment, he decided to walk on. We will link up again either tomorrow or Monday.
There is a communal meal in an unusual circular building with a thatched roof tonight at 7 o'clock, eating regional food which should be interesting. Unfortunately, there is ...
... to the nines. As best as we could tell, they were just out walking the streets and sitting in the cafés enjoying a lovely Sunday afternoon.
While the city is beautiful, filled with great squares, old churches, and wonderful shopping, we found the people not so hospitable. Where the folks in the Basque area were extremely welcoming, the people of Zamora were cold, and at often times downright rude. This is a pretty big city, and we were ...