Hotel Las Torres, Salamanca, Spain, a Hotel Review

Hotel Las Torres is my favorite of all the hotels I stayed in Spain! It is simply because of the location. We stayed right in Plaza Mayor, Salamanca’s most beautiful location.

Rooms

I have absolutely no complaints about the rooms of Hotel Las Torres. It was a double room facing the plaza. The room was kept ready for us, neat and clean, fresh linen and sufficient toiletries. For the first time the interiors didn’t interest us much. The view from the door stunned me and the narrow tiny balcony thrilled me. One can easily spend hours standing there gazing at the activities in the square. As the day slipped by, night lamps came on, one after another setting the whole plaza in a glittering mode.

I was expecting a noisy night,  but surprisingly the noise level was negligible.

Hotel Las Torres Salamanca Room indranipicsHotel Las Torres Salamanca

Facilities

Wifi is free and connectivity satisfactory. They do provide parking facilities , but not sure where and how much for night. We didn’t avail it. Bicycle service provided I heard , but again do check with them directly once.

Location

The only glitch we faced was at the beginning of the stay and at the end of stay. No parking near by! We spent more than half an hour driving around in circles in and around the plaza. Finally at a distance of 600m from the hotel we got a free parking space. A paid parking for overnight would burn out anywhere near 20euros. So the secure free parking space was a relief and then we dragged our suitcases all the way to the hotel.

Hotel Las Torres Salamanca 1s1Tex’s Good Fences

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44 Responses

  1. Kalpana says:

    I love the photos of the hotel at night. Not having a parking nearby can be a big problem.

  2. Looks like a nice hotel! Whenever I travel, I tend to be more favorable to hotels that fellow travelers have stayed in and those that they have liked.

  3. Ami says:

    Hmmm, having no parking can be a pain. The shot of the hotel is amazing.

  4. The pix taken at night looks gorgeous. Is it the Plaza or the hotel itself? Very beautiful.

  5. What a wonderful report and completion of the challenge. We were two times in Salamanca, just not in a hotel on the Plaza Mayor. In our view of Spain’s most beautiful square. All the best from us, from Los Boliches in the South of Spain. Saludos de Albert y Mara

  6. Dipanwita says:

    The last two pictures are stunning. Thanks for sharing the info Indrani. 🙂

  7. eileen says:

    Hello, thanks for sharing the hotel review. Too bad the hotel did not have it’s own free parking. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

  8. Jeevan says:

    I admire the night ambiance over there… but sorry for your parking problem. The rooms seems to be compact

  9. Nice entry for words 😉

  10. and rentals? high/medium/low?

  11. TexWisGirl says:

    quite grand looking!

  12. the ambiance sounds (and looks- the pictures loaded a bit late)great…
    bunker beds in a hotel room is a surprise 🙂

  13. Cloudia says:

    Thank You Indrani

  14. Other than the parking issue this looks like a great place to stay. I loved that last shot. Super nice.

  15. Beautiful pictures 🙂

  16. what a wonderful place to stay!

  17. as usual nice hotel review !

  18. Tes says:

    Love the pictures 🙂 You capture the place so well 🙂

  19. astha says:

    Simply gorgeous!

  20. Very informative reviews with beautiful photos.
    Anywhere parking problem is painful!

  21. Lovely captures.. a great review! 🙂

  22. 20 euros for over night parking! We are in haven!

  23. Jasmin N says:

    That looks like a wonderful hotel! I’ve been to Spain a couple of times & I think I’ll never get bored to it hahah.

  24. Imaobong says:

    The hotel sure looks comfortable, and that’s really important
    Plus it looks so pretty at night 🙂

  25. I was looking for a more information about Salamanca and I have to say that this city is really beautiful. The room looks pretty nice as well, especially those first two photos ♥ Lovely photos ʕ•́ᴥ•̀ʔっ

  26. We are travel blogger so we love reading hotel review before booking a room. It looks like a cool place according the photos, especially the view from the rooms 🙂

  27. Nick B says:

    Wow, thanks for including your photos in the review. I’m a big fan of architecture and that hotel looks stunning at night.

  28. Blair Villanueva says:

    Hotel Las Torres looks nice and clean and decent, what important is its security and easy access to the city around, so you wont have to spend a lot of cash during your stay. Thank you for your recommendation!

  29. ouch no parking or having to lug around cases would be a downer for me. The rest of your review for Hotel Las Torres sounds pretty good and would check out. Do they at least have a place to park to drop luggage of at door and then park in faraway lot?

  30. I would definitely consider a room with a view to the plaza anyday. Lovely pictures :), providing wifi and bicycle is an added bonus

  31. Looks so cozy and clean place to stay!

  32. Carola says:

    I love Spain! I’ve been to several places there. Mostly in the surroundings of Barcelona or Salou. This hotels seems nice. It’s nice that there wasn’t a lot of noise. Wifi is really necessary for me haha. Always good to know if the connection is steady. It’s a pity there wasn’t a parking nearby. When you by car it’s always nicer when you can park at the hotel!

  33. Ree love30 says:

    I love anything to do with Spain! ! It looks lovely. And so good that you found secure parking! Ree love30

  34. Nya says:

    I can understand that no parking could be an issue but the hotel seems to be really worth it. Gorgeous pictures and love the night shots.

  35. Sheri says:

    The hotel looks nice, I am not for no parking as I sometimes rent a car and that could be a problem. The pictures in the evening are so stunning. Spain is a wonderful country, one of my favourites.

  36. Maria says:

    The hotel somehow reminds me of The Grand Budapest Hotel (the one from the movie). That parking space really sucks! It such a hassle to bring your suitcases to the hotel from a 600m parking space. Hope the hotel would buy a space and turn it into a parking space; one’s that nearer or within the vicinity.

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