Eguren Ugarte, Laguardia

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  • It seemed to us a very nice place with very friendly. The bed was very comfortable and spacious sleeping without problems. It was all in very good condition. The bathroom was also very spacious. A very nice place to spend a weekend. Moreover, we do not take much the facilities of the hotel since we decided to make plan in the village of LaGuardia, so I can not comment on the lunch and dinner. Visit to the winery with our guide Jorge, was very pleasant and fun. As a negative point, the truth is that we had one room worse localized, since our window overlooking the parking lot of the reception. Although it was on the 5th floor, since the height of the building changes, it was a first. I had expectations to accommodate me with views of the vineyards and the back of the hotel, so that was rather disappointing, since he had made a booking with enough weeks in advance.
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  • They say that view a winery all views, maybe not. More than the winery in Yes, the interesting thing is to visit the niches where are stored bottles purchased (at least €600) by customers. They are finally by the owner and if you are lucky enough to coincide with the visit, he loves to explain how did it. We ate nomalito: loose the Rioja-style potatoes; the acceptable beans; the chops were lamb entered in months and the gosua of rich dessert. The environment is worthwhile if you are lucky enough to leave one day.
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  • It is a beautiful place. They are all very good care. We spent a night in the hotel, did guided tour and dinner at the restaurant. The room was great, the visit to the winery was worth it even if the person who explained it to us too well did not. The visit ends a tasting of 3 wines and they served us 3 wines in the same glass without even washing it, somewhat incomprehensible when you want to highlight the nuances of your wines. The dinner was very good; very rich, meat and dessert. I imagine that it will be expensive (we were because they had given it to us) but the place will not disappoint
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  • Had a fun tour. Vineyard is not so old but as a business very well built. Interesting to hear the story and the lady that did the tour was a lot of fun.
  • Superb food & wine in magnificent restaurant with views to die for. Out of season especially incredible value for money.
  • We were a group of 4 that went there to celebrate my mother in law's birthday. We booked 2 rooms, the wine-cellar tour and wine-tasting , and the dinner experience (they sell this as an exclusive 5 course set meal) . I don't eat meat due to allergies so I checked when making the booking whether this would be a problem. I was reassured it wouldn't be and they confirmed this during our checkin. Our first surprise came with the 'pincho' that is served during the wine-tasting. They served everyone chorizo and bread. I mentioned that I had notified the establishment that I didn't eat meat. The attendant shrugged and said I could eat a piece of bread with olive oil if I wished, but no alternative could be provided. Then came the dinner odyssey: after a tasty cold asparagus cream soup (which was the best thing we were served), they served us all a large stuffed clam. It occurred to me to ask whether it had any meat in it and the server said "it has a few bits of cured Spanish ham but you can just pull the pieces out". Despite our shock with the reply, we politely explained this wasn't an option as I don't eat meat and specified this upon making the booking. After a bit of a back and forth, she reluctantly headed back to the kitchen. Someone who we assume was the Chef at the moment came out, apologised and said I would be given something else. 10 minutes later, I was served 4 canned asparagus and a handful of sautéed mushrooms (the next morning I realised they're exactly the same ones they serve at the breakfast buffet). Then came the main course. Suffice to say that none of us were able to stomach what we were given. I was given a small medallion of monkfish (about the size of the lid of a soda can) over a bed of vegetables. It was so dry and overcooked that I had to really go at it with my knife to even get a bite. And it was as chewy as it was dry. After 2 bites, I preferred to drink my wine (which was much better than the food). The rest of the group was given a meat based dish - a say meat based because we still haven't managed to figure out yet what the jellyish lump was. Desert was in the same line. When we checked out the following day, explaining what had happened, the manager offered no solution or compensation apart from a curt 'sorry'! We filled in an official complaint form. Needless to say we will not be returning! I would though like to give credit where it's deserved. The guide during the wine cellar tour (Rebeca) was great - smart, funny and very interesting.
  • Friendly staff, really nice place for a novice like myself to enjoy a taste of wine. Prefer reds which was not an issue in Rioja. Try the reserva. Beautiful grounds to walk, cool architecture
  • I would give more than 5 stars! Restaurant is amazing, room have amazing view! Architecture is amazing! And they have exceptional service they made special menu for my girlfriend with allergy! The price is almost to low!
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