The location is fantastic ; the boutique stile , the staff and the atmosphere are great;
Easily accessible to the Guggenheim! Breakfast on the terrace is a must. The room with the view was amazing!
The room was very comfortable and clean, plus the location was absolutely fantastic. The location was central to everything that we wanted to do in Bilbao. Also, the staff were attentive and helpful. The only major complaint was that the room could have had better sound insulation. It wasn’t a disaster, ...
Staff all very helpful and polite. Reception area very spacious and clean. My room, shower handle very loose. The room it’s self needs a little TLC. Hole in the carpet under the waste paper basket. The repair work that’s has been done above the window, has not been finished to a basic standard. If ...
Disappointed at the cost charged for breakfast. Would have liked to stay at the hotel for breakfast, but the cost was double what we were willing to pay. Other than that, a lovely hotel and pleasant stay.
Sky bar , room was excelent My only issue is that was charged to my credit card twice the reservation I have called to expedia two times to cancel one reservation without successful , I would like to have a solution from expedia as soon as possible The hotel Excellent
Really good location. Walkable to most attractions and lovely restaurants.
Friendly staff, good location and breakfast. Good for weekend break
the hotel has high concern for the disabled - the hotel has ramps, breakfast counters are accessible for people on wheelchair and even the coffee machine has braille markings!
Bilbao’s Fine Arts Museum houses a superb collection of Old Masters such as El Greco, Goya and Van Dyck along with a comprehensive selection of works from artists from the Basque Country, Spain and other European countries.
The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is just inside the beautiful Doña Casilda Iturrizar park, in the affluent Indautxu neighborhood. The museum building was designed by Fernando Urrutia and Gonzalo Cárdenas, and is a fine example of neoclassical architecture.
If you’re travelling by public transport, the closest Metro station to Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is Moyúa, on lines L1 and L2. Local trams stop nearby too – the best stations to alight at are Guggenheim and Abandoibarra. Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is open 10am to 8pm every day except Tuesday.
The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum is just a few minutes walk away from the Guggenheim Museum, so the area is perfect for culture fans. There is plenty of accommodation in the area, from riverside hotels to luxurious properties among the quiet streets and pleasant parks of Indautxu.
Elsewhere in Bilbao, you can take your pick of everything from cheap budget hotels, B&Bs and hostels right through to more luxurious five-star properties. Bilbao is a walkable city with good public transport, so wherever you stay you’ll be able to reach the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum with ease.
After you’ve enjoyed the art in Bilbao’s Fine Arts Museum, spend some time relaxing in nearby Doña Casilda Iturrizar park. Bilbao residents have been enjoying the park’s many pleasures for more than a hundred years, and have nicknamed it ‘the Duck Park’ thanks to its large central pond. Hire a rowing boat and paddle out into the pond for an alternative view of the park.
Whether you’re looking for a special occasion hotel, a budget hostel or a solid mid-range pick, you’re sure to find something to suit near the Bilbao Fine Arts Museum.
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