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This is the second time we stayed here. It was recommended in Rick Steves’ Spain book. It is quaint, friendly, and reasonable. The breakfast is the best! The staff was very helpful. We were able to get our laundry done. The also arranged for transportation...More
We are on a 14 night driving tour of northern Spain, roundtrip from Madrid including Burgos, Bilboa, Santander, Santillana del Mar, Potes, Oviedo, Santiago de Compostela, Pinhao (Douro, Portugal), Salamanca, Segovia.
Santiago is our longest stop of 3 nights and we truly love this town!...More
OK, to be honest , the room we had was 3.5 to 4, but only because it was small. It was also on the top floor(there is no lift) and the only window was a skylight (which could be opened.)But the room was well appointed...More
As soon as we walked in it felt warm and inviting.. We stayed here for one night in late September before a tour . We sat outside and had a drink in the garden (a laden apple tree in sight) It had a real buzz...More
This is a well situated, lovely hotel with beautiful gardens in which you can relax, a tranquil respite from the very busy surroundings in Santiago. We had an attic room - small but very nice. We liked the hotel and felt it was good value...More
Response from Jose Antonio | Property representative |
Regarding the parking , we have to tell you that we do not have parking space at hotel, as we are placed within the historical centre of Santiago, where car circulation is not allowed. But we have a special agreement with... More
Regarding the parking , we have to tell you that we do not have parking space at hotel, as we are placed within the historical centre of Santiago, where car circulation is not allowed. But we have a special agreement with "PARKING LA SALLE" a nearby car park, which offers a rate of 10 euro a day to our guests.
Personally, I suggest to drive towards street Porta da Pena, where our hotel is placed, and once there, you will find three bollards on the street that stop cars going into the old town. Costa Vella is just on the right and it will take you less than 10 seconds to tell us that you have arrived and you are waiting there. This way, we´ll open the entrance and you will be able to leave the car in from of the hotel for a few minutes to get the luggage and be explained about the best way to get to car park, or even about places to park on the nearby streets.,ok ?. It´s not a special procedure at the entrance: you ought to keep the ticket and we´ll put a stamp of the hotel. When you leave, you need to show the personal there and you´ll get the discount.