The hotel is located on the edge of town and was an easy bus ride to the festival, with buses running every 15 minutes just a short walk from the hotel and dropping you adjacent to the arena. Rooms are very spacious and the full size refrigerator was great in the kitchen area. Would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from New Jersey
Located in the heart of Burlada, this aparthotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Fortín de San Bartolomé, Pamplona's City Walls and …More
I visited Navarra for the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona and stayed at Hotel Burlada for 3 nights. My stay was comfortable, clean and relatively quiet (you can´t control fellow fiesta-goers who choose to stay at the same hotel. Unfortunely, I had lost some important banking information before arriving in Pamplona. Upon checking in with the front desk in Burlada, the hotel Manager immediately offered his assistance. Even to a complete stranger, he offered to walk me to particular locations in the neighborhood, broke down any communication barriers, he even went so far as to offer me money so I could get by until I was back on my feet. Incredibly curtious, professional, warm and understanding. Hotel accomodations were very good as well, small room, but clean and equipped with HVAC and TV. Bathroom was also clean and wel maintained. Restaurant on level 0 is also friendly and accomodating, very eager to please and allow you to enjoy your stay in the area. Easy to find from #4 bus out of Pamplona, close to nearby cafes, plazas and markets. Above all, the streets are quiet and free of any spill over from the fiesta not too far away. You can walk to the Pamplona city centre in 15 minutes, just enough time and space to warm up for el encierro if you choose to run with the bulls. I must commend the staff above all else, they made my stay in Navarra much better than it could have gone had I stayed at a hotel with mgmt. who didn´t care about their guests. I recommend this hotel!!!
Situated in Burlada, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Fortín de San Bartolomé, Pamplona's City Walls and Interpretation …More