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Children who are 12 or younger sleep for free in the existing bedding of a room shared with a paying adult. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur extra charges.

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Old fashioned stay How nice to find a Sheraton with a really historical old-fashioned location. What a nice change from the usual plastic and glass. Quaint, in an old monastery building, the Santa Maria de El Paular is right in the countryside in the middle of fresh air and close to a small pueblo. Not a good place for commuting to Madrid but great for a romantic stay or a function. Food from the bar can be improved - the hotdog was inedible. June 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Why are you closing this hotel? The only thing wrong about our visit to this hotel was the fact that it is about to close and we will not get to stay there again. The auctioneers were there taking pictures of the antiques and other furnishings that were to be auctioned off in a few weeks. There were signs all over town protesting the closing of the hotel. I realize that Sheraton does not own the hotel and it belongs to the state and some agreement must be made to keep it open but it will be a tragic loss of the chance to stay in a beautifully restored historic monastery building if it is not kept open. We have a house in the north of Spain and it is one of our favorite places to stay on the way there and we recommend it to our friends. June 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A beautiful hotel in stunning location Situated in a picturesque valley within a 1hr drive from Madrid, Segovia and El Escorial this hotel is perfect for both a relaxing and cultural escape. Was amazed at 15th century monastery and grounds, exceptional customer service and great food. Would recommend this gem and seriously hope the hotel is not closed as is scheduled to happen in July. May 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fantastic area This hotel would be perfect if it upgraded the beds and remodeled the bathrooms. The service at the front by Nacho was awesome. He couldn't do enough to enhance our stay. We had the breakfast buffet each day and was very good. The area around the hotel is very interesting. We drove to Segovia for the day which was a highlight. May 19, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Probably the most strange Starwood property Located at 15th century monastery this hotel has nothing what usually associates with Sheraton brand. Strange that they have English room service menu as nobody speaks English here. Restaurant charges 6,80 euro plus taxes for "bread service" which you didn't order, same with still water. I found a funny chart in my room with prices for extra things: for example: tampons cost 6 euros plus taxes, first aid kit - 12. So, ladies, better, bring your own. And cold, cold, cold... Housekeeper unplugges heating and didn't close windows properly, so temperature in room is quite freezing at December. Nothing to do in area. Who stays here? December 17, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Country charmer not a resort Recently spent 2 nights in a suite at the Santa maria. The hotel has promise if a major renovation is done to bring it up to what would be concidered a resort. IE bathroom (major mildew smell), furnishings etc. It could be a great location. The grounds are nice but with some manicuring could be great. The staff was friendly and accomidating though so no lacking in the service area. If I where Sheraton I would rethink the resort title and consider it a country charmer and a 2 on it star rating. November 17, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Time Travel This property has its charm, but it generally looks and feels like nothing has been changed since the early 1970s. Rooms are spartan and the bathroom is very dated, bar and restaurant are depressing and expensive by local standards. The rates however are usually quite low. The place has its charm, and is very quiet indeed, so rather good to get away from it all, and still within easy access from Barajas Airport. However, a luxurious destination it isn't. It has a very institutional feel, with corresponding levels of service. Not unpleasant, but not an overly friendly environment either. As this was a winter visit the pool was closed, but it didn't look so great, certainly not as good as the pictures would have you believe. Charging EUR 10 for daily parking in such a remote property is not the best welcome. There is a "free" parking on a muddy field. English is not widely spoken outside of reception. April 16, 2012
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