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When we arrived in Barbastro a fiesta was in full swing, every street leading to our hotel was blocked off with barriers. After about four attempts via our sat nav we gave it us as a bad job and parked on the outskirts of town and walked in. We found the hotel quite easily and they gave us some directions to the hotel parking which was underground at the rear of the building, by a fluke we found it by going the wrong way down a one way street - all fun and games. The hotel was well situated right in the centre of town surrounded by lots of restaurants and bars. Nice room with good bathroom and excellent breakfast.
We visit every year and it never disappoints! Always a good service and delicious food for a really good price! In the center of Barbastro, in the middle of the plaza mayor. For a three-course menu, you pay around €20. Price/quality very interesting!
We stayed for 2 nights in this hotel and thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Barbastro. It is a charming little city with great scenery and local attractions, including some spectacular scenery and the wineries of the Somontano. The hotel is associated with the amazing Sommos Bodega, which is a must to visit - the tour and tasting lunch are excellent. The hotel has a great restaurant and Menu del Diario and also has the Cantina de Mercado, which serves excellent tapas / montaditos and wine - try to 3€ Offertas. Altogether, somewhere we will return to with its beautiful Pyrenees backdrop and the Sierra del Guara national park.
We chose to stay in Barbastro as it was the right distance from home rather than having any attraction. The hotel is tricky to find by car as the frontage is onto a pedestrian square, so follow the yellow street signs and it will take you to the garage entrance.
Once you are parked and up to reception, the service is great and the rooms spacious. You're right in the middle of town so well placed to explore on foot.
We ate a light dinner in the cafeteria as the hotel dining room did not open until 9pm, and there was lots of activity in the cafe. The dining room is lovely and used for the excellent buffet breakfast.
Only criticism we had was that the huge bed was so very hard that we neither of us had a good night.
Not sure I would stay in this town again, Alquezar is much nicer and not much further, but if I did I would use this hotel again.