How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Valdepalacios Hotel Torrico
Travel Blogs from Torrico
... the 12th century. Again the sheer indulgence is staggering; apart from El Grecos, Titians and Goya, the rich tapestries, gilt and silver holy objects, walls of relics, murals, carved panels ... there was finally the lady herself. This somewhat weird object of worship was holding an even weirder miniature Jesus; she was clad in the most beautiful, jewel encrusted, embroidered garments. All the devout [apart from us ...
... part of the world. Inside the monastery there was little respect, tourists chatting, snapping photos, amongst the faithful. Groups of pilgrims were walking up the road on the drive in, long lines of them. Well dressed locals were chatting with a monk, whilst an old woman struggled to get through the door and the pushing crowds, before making their way into the obligatory gift shop. It was still fun though, and a beautiful ...
... game and they spend no time drinking. I found it interesting that they really banged the dominoes down, no idea why - Brent do you know? Our hotel for the night is a 15th century hospital, and a beautiful setting. We got superior rooms that came with a view of the monastery. The walls are 3 feet thick and you can hear nothing from the hallways or the room next door. The rooms are big and spacious so I assume it was used as double or even quad rooms. The hospital was ...
... in bank account. Still waiting!
To late to go to Jerez as we have 5 hour drive ahead of us. After quite a pleasant drive arrived in Don Quixote country , didn't see any windmills to tilt at , so headed up the mountain to our scheduled hotel. As we arrived at this absolutely beautiful hotel on an equally beautiful mountain, with views to die for, our uncooperative little man was soon forgotten! The owner was a lovely man ,gorgeus to look and who ...
... tonight sipping some local white wine - Verdaje. The waiter is very friendly and he tried to correct my Spanish pronunciation of this wine. It comes out something like a sneeze. So, tonight we have been enjoying the local "aaahchoo" wine.
We set out today for a long walk in the area. There are a number of caminos that come to this town given it's prominence with Saint Mary of Guadalupe. We found a few trails. Certainly not signed nor busy ...