The Olivos are three apartments on the second floor of the street Víctor Pradera, constructed in the 80s and completely refurbished in 2004.
The Olivos Apartments are located at 7 minutes from Campus Unamuno, the bus station and the center of Salamanca are at 7 minutes from the Plaza Mayor.
They all come equipped with cable TV with 30 different channels and connections for Internet by optical fiber with base tariff 24 hours.
Rooms also feature a sofa bed, study table, color TV and shelves. The cooking area has ceramic cooking plates, microwave and icebox. The bathroom has a shower measuring 100 cm by 90 cm.
Rooms also have a kettle, parquet floor and central heating.
Nearest airport: 15kms.
By taxi: 15 euros.
By bus: You need to get off at Hospital General de la Santisima Trinidad and take calle de la Nueva de San Bernardo and first right to be in calle Alarcon. Then after 3 blocks, get into calle Gutenberg, walk straight until calle victor which is the road just before Avenida Italia; it costs 2 euros.
By car: Take Road 501, exit Salamanca centro, and follow directions Hospital General de la Santisima Trinidad. When you are there, you have to follow instructions above.
After the time of booking, you will receive an email from the agency because many bookings are cancelled with no charge, so to secure the booking you must pay a 20% prepayment.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 30 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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