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Excellent overall. Nice neighbourhood. Close to shops, restaurants, beach and within walking distance along the promenade to the old quarter of the city. One very disappointing factor, is the slowest free wifi connection speed that we have ever experienced during our years of stays at hotels. Download ...
paradores are always a safe bet in Spain. While the rooms were small they were charming and the overlooking Terrace onto the sea was simply beautiful. Breakfast buffet was nice in town was really lovely.
Enjoyed a week at the hotel, easily accessible from the tram (travelled from U.K. On the train) and right on the sea front. Check In was quick and easy. Staff very friendly. Had a room overlooking the sea. Would highly recommend this gorgeous hotel.
The location and the pool area are the best features of this hotel. Although I appreciate the modernness of the hotel It did not seem comfy nor the staff extremely friendly. It seemed cold and impersonal We actually didn't have much interaction with staff other than check in and to sign in for the ...
We spent 6 nights at the Palacio de Aiete and enjoyed our stay. The main reason for choosing this hotel was for the free parking, but the hotel's staff and facilities were very good. There options for breakfast were excellent and continually replenished and was served until 10.30 weekdays and 11.00 ...
San Sebastian’s four-star hotels are within easy reach of the main sights in the city centre. Savour the ocean views from a chic four-star hotel in San Sebastian just steps away from Playa de la Concha. You can book a romantic four-star country house set in lush gardens, or stay in a contemporary San Sebastian hotel with a roof terrace and plunge pool.
After a restful sleep in your four-star hotel, head to Casco Viejo, San Sebastian’s attractive old town where you can browse gourmet delis as well as independent boutiques. There’s also a large concept store where many upmarket shops are all under one roof.
La Brexta shopping centre, built in 1870, might be the place to buy your traditional Basque Country espadrilles as you wander around its famous market stalls and clothes shops. For more upmarket shops, head to the five-floor shopping centre, San Martin,
Treat yourself to a superb Michelin-starred meal prepared by the leading lights of the new Basque cuisine, which plays a major part in Spain’s trailblazing food scene. Freshen up at your four-star hotel, then start the evening with a stroll through the pintxos bars in Casco Viejo, tasting the Basque version of tapas. Settle in with a plate of pintxos and a glass of Basque cider or wine from the nearby Rioja region before strolling along San Sebastian’s Playa de la Concha on the way back to your four-star hotel.
You’ll soon see why San Sebastian was made a European Capital of Culture. Discover San Sebastian’s mix of architectural styles – from Gothic, Baroque and Belle Epoque to cutting-edge modern builds. Visit the Museo San Telmo to see old and new come together perfectly when the 16th-century former convent merges with the giant concrete addition.
If you’re strolling by the harbour, pop into the Museo Naval to learn about San Sebastian’s seafaring past. For a glimpse into the history of the city, make the climb to the top of Monte Urgull. At the summit is the Castillo de la Mota, which covers 800 years of San Sebastian’s history.