Segovia Spain hotels range from budget hostels that are low on frills to 4 star hotels that cater to the more discerning traveler with an array of amenities. In the middle are a number of excellent mid-price hotels that blend comfort with affordability. Regardless of their price or class, the best Segovia hotels keep in line with the city's rich history through their historic appeal, and there are good lodging options both in town and on the outskirts. Many Spain travelers only choose to visit Segovia on a day trip from nearby Madrid. Since there are a bunch of good Segovia Spain hotels to choose from, however, staying overnight might just be the more attractive option.
When it comes to the best Segovia hotels, no discussion would be complete without mentioning the Parador de Segovia. For those who might not know, a Spanish parador is a government-run luxury hotel that is housed in a historic structure. This one is housed in a twentieth-century estate and sits on a hill about two miles outside of Segovia, making it ideal for those who prefer staying on the outskirts of town. You will benefit from having a rental car when you stay at this beautiful parador, and when you're not driving into town to see the sights, you can take advantage of the tranquil and amenity-filled environs that the hotel provides. There are 113 total guest units at the Parador de Segovia, and whether you book a room or a suite, standard in-room amenities include satellite TV, a telephone, a mini bar, and a safe for valuables. Air conditioning also comes standard, as do convenient hair dryers, and the bathrooms feature tub and shower combinations. Outside of the deluxe rooms and suites, the facilities include one of the best restaurants in central Spain, a seasonal outdoor pool, a heated indoor pool, a gift shop, a pair of tennis courts, a sauna, and a fitness room.
Another one of the best Segovia hotels is the Hotel San Antonio Real (pictured), which can be found near the heart of the Old Town and very close to the city's renowned Roman aqueduct. On the ten-minute walk into the heart of town, the aqueduct will actually be at your side the bulk of the way. A monastery that was built in the 1400s houses the Hotel San Antonio Real. The 51 guestrooms are both elegant and well equipped, so booking an extra night or two is worth considering. Renovations have served to give the guestrooms a relatively modern feel, and standard amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, satellite TV, a mini bar, and a safety deposit box. When Hotel San Antonio Real guests aren't relaxing in their cozy rooms, they can steal away to the small library, visit the onsite restaurant, get something to drink in the café/bar, or hit the gym. Other facilities include meeting rooms and a concierge desk that can come in handy when trying to arrange things like local tours and side trips to other area destinations of interest, such as the walled city of Avila.
When attractive mid-range Segovia Spain hotels are what you're looking for, the La Casa Mudejar is arguably the top choice. In addition to an excellent location in the heart of the Old Town, the La Casa Mudejar offers plenty in the way of style and comfort. Two buildings house the rooms and facilities, and one of these buildings has managed to maintain some of its old Moorish ceilings from the 1400s. The other building was built in the 1800s and is known for its top-floor rooms, which provide excellent views of the city. All 40 rooms at the La Casa Mudejar feature tasteful decors, and for those who are looking for a cheap accommodation in Segovia Spain, some of the rooms are cheaper than others. The most exclusive guest unit is the Cuellar Suite. It offers an extra-deluxe décor, an amazing mudejar-style ceiling, a jetted tub, and a plasma TV. While the standard amenities in the guest units are limited on the whole at the Casa Mudejar, a clean bathroom with a good shower, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi are provided, as are air conditioning and heating. Hotel facilities include a good restaurant and a small collection of meeting rooms. The restaurant is known for its impressive selection of Spanish wines and its traditional fare.
While there are some affordable mid-range hotels to the choose from, those who are interested in finding a cheap accommodation in Segovia might prefer a hostel or a hotel like the Las Sirenas. A room at the Las Sirenas Hotel in Segovia might cost more than a room at one of the hostels, but it is worth the extra Euros if you have room in the budget. Cable TV, air conditioning, a telephone, and a clean bathroom figure among the standard amenities, and while the 39 different rooms aren't the most luxurious in town, they are clean, comfortable, and elegant enough. Single, double, and triple rooms are available. Facilities include charming rooms that can be used for lounging, a sizable meeting room with a big central table, a bar, and a dining area where breakfast can be enjoyed for an added fee.
If you can't get a room at this excellent hotel, another cheap accommodation in Segovia Spain that is worth checking out is the Infanta Isabel Hotel. Between hotels like these, the cheap hotels in Madrid, and the more affordable hotels in Toledo, Avila, and Segovia, those who are looking to explore central Spain will have a lot of good lodging options to choose from.