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Hotel Andia

Ipertegui s/n, Orcoyen, Spain Show Map
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Check in from 14h / Check out prior to 12h

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Hotel description

Hotel Andia is situated in Orcoyen and features outdoor tennis courts. It provides a fitness centre, as well as a currency exchange, meeting rooms and a 24-hour reception.

This 4-star hotel offers room service, luggage storage and a tour desk. Honeymoon suites are on offer for those looking for some added luxury.

Hotel Andia provides spacious rooms equipped with a shower, cable/satellite channels and a flat-screen TV. All have their very own bathroom where a hair dryer and a bathtub can be found.

Every morning, guests can wake up to breakfast provided by Hotel Andia before setting out to see what the local region has to offer.

Pamplona Airport is under a 15-minute drive from the hotel. Pamplona and Burlada are also a brief car ride from the property.

Hotel features

General
Room Service, Air Conditioned, Cable / Satellite TV, Hair Dryer, TV, Shower, En suite, Private Bathroom, Bidet, Vending Machines
Services
Elevator / Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Conference Room(s), Currency Exchange, Multilingual Staff, Safe-Deposit Box, Wake-up Service, Meeting Rooms, Laundry service, Photocopier, Luggage Storage, Self Laundry
Activities
Fitness Room/Gym, Tour Desk, Tennis Courts, Golf Course, Bath / Hot Tub
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Private Toilet

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Overall Rating:
8.31/10
Cleanliness:
8.92/10
Service:
8.9/10
Amenities:
8.35/10
Location:
7.57/10
Food:
8.24/10
Rooms:
8.54/10

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