Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Castro Urdiales, Pension Jade is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Pension Jade makes it easy to enjoy the best of Castro Urdiales.
The small hotel offers baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid private parking available nearby.
While staying at Pension Jade, visitors can check out Edificio Salvarrey (0.1 mi) and Plaza Del Ayuntamiento (0.2 mi), some of Castro Urdiales' top attractions.
If you like Spanish restaurants, Pension Jade is conveniently located near Asador El Puerto, La Arboleda, and Meson Marinero.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Faro y Castillo de Santa Ana (0.3 mi), Iglesia de Santa Maria (0.3 mi), and Ermita Santa Ana (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the small hotel.
Pension Jade is sure to make your visit to Castro Urdiales one worth remembering.
It is an unpleasant experience to pull back your bed sheets ready to sleep only to find that they have already been slept in by someone else. So the bed had been neatly made up but sheets not clean ones. When I contacted the reception all they did was say sorry and remade the bed with clean sheets. No offer of another room... Are they saving on time?laundry? Who knows but I cannot recommend a stay in the place.
Conveniently located, and close to the main attractions of day and night life in the town, all just a few blocks away. The room was clean, and serviced daily. Staff is friendly and helpful. Then again, I am multi-lingual. Tips - Bring your own soap and shampoo. Alternatively, you may try one of the markets near by (within a block, or two) and buy some. -No parking available. Alternatively, you may park at the underground public parking decks by the waterfront (a few blocks away toward the waterfront), which will run about EU 15 (8pm-10am, more EU if longer...), or park at an available street spot, if you can find one, that is (parking is at an extreme premium here. Be prepared to circle, and circle, and circle the streets ´til you find a spot). Further, be aware of the color of the lines on the parking spots (yellow is No Parking) that tell you the type of rate one pays per hour. Green-dashed I think is intermediate rate. Blue I think is the most expensive rate. White is free (but: 1) good luck in finding a spot with white line. None within 1/2 mile from the this hotel, 2) be prepared to walk 1/3-1/2 mile back to the hotel when you find a green-lined spot. Now, the good thing is that parking is free of charge everywhere/anywhere (green, or blue line) between 8pm and 10am. Hours may vary. So, ask a local to make sure, but you get the gist of it. -I was not able to connect to Wi-Fi. There are a couple of networks that popped up, but no password available anywhere. I had Spanish wireless service from Tuenti/Movistar (the ripoff kings of wireless service worldwide...) for my iPhone. So, didnt need their Wi-Fi, anyway. -Contrary to what the reservations websites maintain, they do not take American Express. So, take your Visa credit card with you, or cash. The same applies to most places in the Euzkadi area. -No A/C. So, bring a light pajama, or sleep nakkie... It really isn´t a problem, since this place is quite far North, latitude-wise. -It has hot water for the shower, plenty of it, and plenty hot. However, before you Gringo´s go running down the hallway bioching bout the lack of hot water... Just turn on the shower to full hot water and wait a bit. It will come... Meanwhile... Dunno... go practice making babies, or something... Overall, this is a good, basic hotel where one can safely, and peacefully sleep, and enjoy the town for a very, very reasonable price (EU 45/Night, tax included, when I visited 1st week of July 2016.) Expect higher prices after that, since high-season just got started, and the town is definitely a gorgeous place, with lots of tourists from all over the world.…
We were looking for a relatively cheap place to say on our way to Santiago. The lady at the reception was really friendly and helpful. The room was clean and nice, the atmosphere is very relaxing, perfect to have rest after a long walk. I can only offer it to anyone who doesn't one to spend money on luxury hotels but still want to have a decent place to stay.