Welcoming friendly check in with good tips about local sightseeing and eating. Very clean and comfortable bunk beds. We would thoroughly recommend this place.
Stylish and unique and perfect location in the Old Town quarter.
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Very easy check in and my half love the proximity to tapas bars
Very nice clean and helpful staff.
Firstly, this was a spacious lovely hotel I’d stay in again when I return. It was nestled into the heart of the old town- a walkable pedestrian only area from 11pm onward. This means that you can’t pull up in a car to the door to unload your luggage as we found out quite accidentally when we tried ...
Great location in the old city of Bilbao. As the place is located on a peatonal, you need to park and then walk to the hotel. They offer a discount to park at the train station. It is not a bad walk with small luggage.
Perfect location, clean, friendly staff, good value
I would highly recommend Hotel Tayko. The hotel is beautiful, in a fabulous location and the staff are really helpful. I look forward to our next visit!
The city of Bilbao dates back to the 1400s and the Casco Viejo, or old town, is its oldest part. A twisting, turning maze of cafe, bars, restaurants, hotels and markets, this charming old quarter is based around the original city’s design of just seven streets – las Siete Calle. And at the heart of the seven streets, you’ll find the huge arcaded Plaza Nueva, with dozens of tiny pintxo (tapas) bars. Join the locals for a drink of the local sparkling txakoli wine and work your way through the tapas!
In this part of the city, you’ll find mostly small independent one-, two-and three-star hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses tucked away in well-preserved centuries-old buildings. Just beyond the limits of the old town’s seven streets, you’ll find the four- and five-star hotels, especially near the Plaza de Moyúa and world-famous Guggenheim Museum.
Along the winding river banks which divide the city, you’ll find modern hotels and familiar brands including Holiday Inn, Mercure and ibis. There are also plenty of four- and five-star hotels for business visitors with all possible amenities and meeting spaces, as well as a great selection of romantic boutique hotels with views over the river and spires of the old town.
Learn more about the people, culture and history of Bilbao at the Basque Museum in the heart of the Casco Viejo. Explore their relationship with the sea and the voyages they made as whalers, which took them around the world, and discover their arts and crafts – especially their beautiful striped linens. Head to Santiago Cathedral to see more of the city’s past. Dedicated to Bilbao’s patron saint, St. James the Apostle, the cathedral was built in Gothic style in the fifteenth century, but there has been a place of worship here since the 1300s.
No matter whether you’re looking for a good deal on a B&B in an old-fashioned building, or a business hotel with all the modern touches, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for in Bilbao’s old town.