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Pabellon de Cristal de la Casa de Campo Reviews
Muy mal y a demás de la cola no hay Mucha diferencia en los precios, no vuelvo a ir, de gangas poco o nada y si hay son restos etc more »Badly and others of the tail there is no much difference in prices, not again I go, bargain little or nothing and if there are remains etc.
El pabellón no está nada cuidado y sólo se utiliza para ferias, por ejemplo la feria de artesanía, la feria outlet, ..... En concreto nosotros acudimos a la feria outlet y no lo recomendaría. Los desc... more »The Pavilion is not care and only used for fairs, for example the craft fair, the fair outlet... In particular we went to the fair outlet and do not recommend it. Discounts are not well indicated, a lot of people, shortage of toilets for the number of people who visit it, poor distribution of the stands that do not allow to see the gender because they are very small and were overwhelmed, narrow range of articles, in the end, not the I recommend
Good for events as it is really spacey. Not easily reachable though, next supermarket or restaurant is quite far away (like 10min walk). Cafeteria inside sells expensive food (most likely because the next supermarket is too far away for most people) that I really wouldn’t buy anymore. The staff there could speak a little bit of English but not enough that I felt understood. I wanted to order a vegetable foccacia as I’m vegetarian but luckily my friend warned me that there’s tuna inside. Not something I would expect and it wasn’t written on the menu. The only vegetarian option was a sandwich with some kind of omelet in it that tasted like absolutely nothing. Not enough salt. The chocolate donut I had was too dry and didn’t taste good. Only good thing in the cafeteria were the smoothies. The toilets are really small (at least on the ground floor, dunno if there were more on the other floors). Only 3 pissoirs and 3 stalls in the men’s bathroom. Not enough for such a big event location.
It would be fine a refurbishment of the surroundings. It’s fine for small showrooms and events.
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