Room Mate Vega

Address: Plaza Del Mercado 16, Salamanca, Castile-León, 37001, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Plaza Del Mercado 16, Salamanca, is near Casa de las Conchas, St. Stephen's Convent (Convento de San Esteban), Convento de las Duenas, and Clerecia (Iglesia del Espiritu Santo).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRoom Mate Vega Salamanca

    Reviewed by didem.timurcin

    Reach everywhere !

    Reviewed Aug 11, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Istanbul , Turkey Flag of Turkey

    One of the great hotels I've stayed :) Location is perfect; you can walk everywhere; Plaza Mayor and all the major churches and monuments are just a few minutes away; you get good food around the cafes and restaurants... The ladies at thereception are very friendly and helpful and speak good English... So what else do you want to have? ;) Maybe one small critism : in the information e-mail sent it mentions the hotel parking but it's not said anywhere that you have to make a reservation for that. So if you're arriving with your car, take that e-mail serious and don't forget to make a parking reservation.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Room Mate Vega Salamanca

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Salamanca

    Rest day but still managed over 15kms

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on Apr 17, 2015

    18 photos

    ... br>
    Conducted our own history tour of this beautiful old ancient city. The university I knew was old but was actually founded in 1134! Wow factor! The facade still stands and the first cathedral was built around it. The first cathedral was build 13th - 15th century and they built a second cathedral in the 16th - 18th century. Go figure! Was able to go up the medieval bell tower of the old church and have a wander around outside and inside the cathedral. ...

    What a beautiful city!

    A travel blog entry by deb_and_john on Apr 22, 2014

    6 photos

    ... etc into the wood, maybe hundreds of years ago. Some things never change! Had another interesting dinner. I started with some thin slices of meat ( pork?) in a Roquefort sauce while John had some skewer of grilled meat pieces. I then had a thing that looked like arancini but was actually crumbed diced potato with mince meat and some other things. It had a lovely sauce but no idea what it was. John had a thing that was also potato but it ...

    The city that never eats

    A travel blog entry by colinward on Jan 29, 2013

    4 photos

    Here in Salamanca we start the day off with a light breakfast usually consisting of toast, cereal, or some fruit. This would be fine with me if the next meal wasn't until 2:30! Lunch is around that time and it is a large meal that is somehow supposed to keep me contented until after doesn't. You can catch me at a cafe around noon and in the fridge again around 6. I'd be near death if I didn't have full permission of the fridge. On an interesting note, after lunch everyday ...

    Churros and Chupitos

    A travel blog entry by christineanne on Apr 02, 2012

    12 photos

    ... by this, seeing as I spend an entire day with them in Porto and it went exactly the same way). Eventually we ended up a the Chupiteria which specializes in chupitos, or shots. It was a pretty neat bar and I will say they had very nice shots - definitely the tastiest and smoothest shots I have ever had. Of course, I have no idea what they were seeing as it was all in Spanish and I was really just handed them, but it was quite nice (and cheap - only one euro). Elisa treated me to ...

    Becoming Jamon

    A travel blog entry by issymartin on Apr 17, 2011

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... br> We went to Salamanca to study Spanish at a small language school, called the Colegio de Espana. It was a lovely school and the teachers were friendly, boisterous and a little crazy!
    For my first time studying Spanish I was definitely chucked into the deep end arriving only with knowledge of three words- hola (hello), queso (cheese), vino (wine) and jambon (ham)- no suprises there. I did find myself making up a lot of the history of the town as I could not ...