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Beautiful characterful and atmospheric old building, mid 1800s, which retains many original features as it has not been ruined in the name of modernisation or 'over-restored'. Decorated attractively & creatively, in fact quite eclectic. I had a top floor 'suite' which opened onto a small balcony at the rear. No private parking, but there is a pay car park nearby. However once I'd learned to negotiate the one-way system I found on-street parking four nights consecutively within 200m. Good quiet location 5 minutes walk from the main square, & from some local bars where you can get coffee/breakfast (none offered at Alameda Palacete). I particularly enjoyed the extra glass of wine followed by a large brandy that were required late in the evening in order to get a decent night's sleep (see below).
This place scrubs up well for promotional photos, but... No plug in the washbasin. That should be made a criminal offence. A couple of lightbulbs in the room had blown (or the lamps were not working), and various fixtures & fittings were hanging loose on the walls or furniture. It would take the owners just a few minutes to check & fix these things, but they hadn't & it's so irritating. Presume they just don't care. Dust never killed anyone (quickly) but the layer on top of the bathroom mirror was thick, visible, & obvious. Hmm. Cleaning was otherwise adequate, I'm not an over-fussy person. I can sleep almost anywhere without difficulty, but the bed here was a challenge. The mattress was ridiculously uncomfortable as other reviewers have noted. I've had much better in some very humble places in developing countries.
Despite our late arrival, we were greeted warmly by the landlady. Our room was beautifully decorated, and we were able to park on the street free of charge. The hotel is located close to the center and Plaza Mayor
At 3am, the AC suddenly came on because somebody had set the timer on it. That was annoying, but fixable!
The host was very nice
Everything was in need of maintenance,
Gem of a place.So central to the old town and great restaurants .Staff friendly and helpful.Original-shabby chicque ! Ok towels could be fluffier but everything was clean and bed comfy.Absolute value for money. Cáceres is fantastic for inexpensive gourmet food....best we have experienced in 16 years of visiting Spain
A little difficult to find but locals very friendly and helpful.Managed to park in street.
Mattress was thin and somewhat uncomfortable
Alameda Palacete is a restored 19th-century building, set 500 metres from Cáceres' old town and decorated with antiques and classical furnishings. You can browse the wireless internet for free. Alameda Palacete has been beautifully decorated to maintain its original charm. This Venetian-inspired building has a grand central staircase, interior patio, high ceilings and elaborate lighting. Located just 500 metres from the main square of Cáceres, the Alameda Palacete is set in a quiet street with easy access into the centre. There is parking close to the hotel.
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Most popular landmarks
- Plaza Mayor 305 m
- Bujaco tower 322 m
- Palacio de Toledo-Moctezuma 334 m
- Plaza de Toros 372 m
- Plaza de Santa Maria 398 m
- Santa Maria Cathedral 0,4 km
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