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Located in Santiago de Compostela Historic Centre, this hotel is steps away from Platerias Square, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and Obradoiro Square. Fountain ...
£50 per night for 2 guestsHotel Praza Quintana£50
Located in Santiago de Compostela Historic Centre, this luxury hotel is steps away from Xelmirez Bishop's Palace, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and Obradoiro ...
£120 per night for 2 guestsParador de Santiago - Hostal dos Reis Católicos£120
Located in Santiago de Compostela City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Plaza Roja, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, and Obradoiro Square. ...
£57 per night for 2 guestsEurostars Araguaney£57
Located in Santiago de Compostela Historic Centre, this boutique hotel is steps away from San Martino Pinario Monastery and Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. ...
£45 per night for 2 guestsHotel Carrís Casa de la Troya£45
Located in Santiago de Compostela Historic Centre, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Mercado de Abastos de Santiago, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, ...
£55 per night for 2 guestsHotel Virxe da Cerca£55
Located in Santiago de Compostela Historic Centre, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Galicia Plaza, Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and Obradoiro ...
£99 per night for 2 guestsEl Faro de Pepa by Como en Casa£99
Santiago de Compostela is an eclectic mix of UNESCO-protected heritage and trendy restaurants and bars. The Spanish city’s wine trail follows the bars and tavernas of Rua do Franco all the way through town to Obradoiro Square, enabling you to sample local delicacies like Galician octopus as you sip wine from across the country. Nearby, a street called Rua de Raíña is where the locals drink - and where you’ll find cocktail bars, refined restaurants and local beer.
Served by its own international airport, Santiago de Compostela is popular with tourists travelling along the Way of St James from Bilbao, which is 348 miles (560km) along the Northern Spanish coast.
The city’s historic Old Town draws visitors from all over the world, but the new town will show you another side to this vibrant city. If you’re looking at hotels near Santo Domingo de Boneval Park, you’ll be able to enjoy the green space close to the CGAC (Galician Contemporary Arts Centre) and the Museum of the Galician People, in the grounds of the old convent.
It’s easy to find affordable accommodation in Santiago de Compostela if you know exactly what type of holiday you want. If you’re keen to hit the streets and explore the Old Town, find a hotel near Obradoiro Square, which has a great central location but is a little more basic.
If you’re planning a more luxurious trip or have a romantic getaway in mind, take a look at some of our three-star hotels in Santiago de Compostela. From around £50 a night, you can find a hotel like Mapoula which is located towards the newer side of town but gives you more for your money, such as premium bedding and Wifi.
If you’re on a tight budget, hostels like the Albergue Seminario Menor will be your cheapest option. You can choose to stay in a private room or share a dorm and the locations are always really central, making it easy to explore the surrounding area.
As the capital of Galicia and an important business hub in north-west Spain, Santiago de Compostela is popular with travellers who come to work throughout the year. Most business visitors find themselves in the new part of town and in the east, which is where you’ll find the majority of the city’s business hotels.
If you’re looking for somewhere in the mid-range, either Tryp Santiago Hotel or Eurostars San Lazaro will provide you with big comfy beds, a good location and a business centre to work in. For around £55 per night, they also offer a 24-hour front desk service and an onsite restaurant and bar where you can unwind after a hard day’s work.
For something a little fancier, the sleek, polished charm of Hotel Palacio del Carmen has retained enough rustic touches to give it an authentic Santiago de Compostela feel. With an indoor pool, fitness centre, business centre and air conditioning in every room, this grand hotel is kitted out to suit business guests perfectly.
Take a look at our dedicated business hotels in Santiago de Compostela page to find even more great deals.
Almost every hotel in Santiago de Compostela will give you the option to pay for your stay via credit or debit card. In most cases, you will be given a number of payment choices to make booking your room as simple as possible.
Once you’ve chosen your hotel room on Expedia, you’ll be taken through the booking process where you’ll be given a number of options. The first, will be to pay for your entire stay upfront as soon as you book. Paying using your credit or debit card like this will save you time when you check-in.
Most hotels will give you the chance to pay on arrival, too, by either card or cash. Again, the Expedia booking process will prompt you to pick this option if it is available.
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