Parador de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela

(4.5/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
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  • Hotel super comfortable joining the historic to modern, in a old building but with the advances needed. A work of art in every corner, charming and historical apartment with modern bathrooms, including box separated from the bathtub. Excellent breakfast with wide varieties of fruits and breads. Staff very attentive and helpful. Excellent location. Dream environment, perfect!
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  • To the North of the oblaloid square. It seems that the facilities built for the accommodation of pilgrims and the sick treated by the Catholic Monarchs in the 16th century. Not too ornate buildings was a first-aid facilities? Former Royal Academy of relief is from 1954, Parador.
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  • Multifunctional building that, throughout history, joined hospital for pilgrims hotel of royalty, among other uses. The stone cloisters are beautiful, the interior Chapel very pretty, though and it does not serve as such. The salons are a trip to the past, and the rooms and service according to which we are accustomed our large State-owned hotel. A point that visit for amateurs to history and architecture and if it enters the budget, taste great cuisine and enjoy your accommodation.
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  • I did not stay here, but I had one of the best meals I have had in years at their restaurant. Absolutely fantastic meal at all levels. We ended up there mostly because they had decent vegetarian options in their menu, but ended up having a full meal with all 3 courses. The food was tasteful and delicate, veggies and fish cooked to perfection and without being pretentious. Pricey but totally worth the money.
  • A beautiful hotel. Can't say anything about the rooms as it was too expensive for me but the restaurant was comfortable, the service was good and the tea and pastries were no more expensive than anywhere else. The nice thing was that three scruffy dusty pilgrims were not given strange looks walking into a luxury hotel and were accepted just like any other guest
  • Fabulous hotel! This place is like staying in a fancy museum right by the best sights in Santiago. The service is top notch and the food was delicious. The bathrooms in our rooms were SUPER modern and luxurious, so don't worry about that. The only thing I would mention is that the floors in the rooms creak when you walk around, but it wasn't too bothersome. Fantastic overall!
  • A grand hotel with the accoutrements and authenticity of such, reception very busy but if information and help needed staff attend to problem to best possible result. Restaurant excellent. Breakfast fare inclusive in tariff.
  • This is the most luxurious Parador we've stayed in. It's like sleeping in a museum. Beautiful!