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Costa Vella 14 rooms from $53Santiago de Compostela
A charming hotel close to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. Rooms feature open beams, light wood furniture and huge windows. A beautiful courtyard garden filled with magnolia trees, vines, and fountains. An unbeatable location for exploring this historic Spanish town. Excellent value.Local exploring - Unbeatable location for exploring this UNESCO listed townValue chicSights nearby - Cathedral of St JamesLocal markets - Good for local colour.Recommended by - Fodors
Moure 15 rooms from $68Santiago de Compostela
An understated, modern hotel in the centre of Santiago de Compostela. Original exposed walls are blended with simple white on white colour schemes to create a stylish contemporary look. With the city's world famous cathedral nearby, it's a great place to stay for a weekend in Santiago.Local exploring - A chic and sophisticated choice for exploring the sights of Santiago de Compostela, just five minutes from the Cathedral.Sights nearby - Five minutes walk from the UNESCO World Heritage Santiago de Compostel Cathedral.Great walks - A great place to stay after completing the Camino de Santiago.
Pazo de Altamira 16 rooms from $84Santiago de Compostela
A chic boutique hotel set in a historic building in the Plaza de Abastos Square. White on white throughout with subtle splashes of modern art. Light and airy rooms feature large sash windows with lovely city views. A bohemian restaurant with Galician roots at the heart of the cuisine. A trendy spot.Local exploring - With many of the cities sights within walking distance this makes an ideal base for exploringValue chic - Stylish accommodation at an inviting priceGreat walks - Walk up to the Monte de Gozo or the ‘Mountain of Joy' and, like pilgrims before you, take in the view of the cathedral.Sights nearby - Visit the The majestic Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and its square Praza do Obrodoiro.
Hotel San Miguel 17 rooms from $115Santiago de Compostela
A historic property with an enviable location in the charming pedestrianised area of Santiago de Compostela. Tradition meets modernity in the rooms; polished wood, large sash windows and contemporary bathrooms. An excellent restaurant brings regional cuisine onto a modern plate. Fantastic.Local exploring - Well situated overlooking a small square in the historic centre, within walking distance of many of the sights.Sights nearby - Just 200 m from the famed Santiago Cathedral, a fascinating sight for any culture vultures.Local markets - Take a walk around the Central Market and sample the local delicacies.Views - Great views from hotel
A Quinta de Auga 51 rooms from $143Santiago de Compostela
Classic contemporary hotel. Opulent rooms have rustic-style wallpapers, luxurious bathrooms, wooden floors and baroque furniture. Indoor pool, spa, games room and lovely gardens. Excellent regional cuisine in romantic restaurant. Pretty, relaxing and good value.Spa breaks - Set just outside the historic city, with lashings of peace and quiet, enjoy the tranquil grounds of this excellent spa hotelLocal markets - Santiago hosts a large traditional market: seafood, meat, fish, cheese, honey, baked goods, vegetables, wines and spiritsSailing - Experience that can be combined with a tasting at each port of the special products of each areaFishing - Rivers and reservoirs in the area are rich in species such as trout and salmonRecommended by - Tablet, Relais & Chateaux
About Santiago de Compostela
As well as being Galicia's capital, Santiago de Compostela is also one of the world's great pilgrimage destinations, a magical city, of stone, arcaded streets and numerous beautiful churches and cathedrals. The pilgrimage ends at the cathedral, but as well as exploring this splendid, soaring tribute to St. James, which has been wonderfully added to over the centuries since it was first built in the 11th, it's also worth spending some time in the cathedral museum. As a hugely popular destination, the best places to stay in Santiago de Compostela vary enormously from cheap and cheerful B&Bs to high end hotels. There's certainly something for all tastes and budgets.
Most of Santiago's interesting buildings can be found within the oval shape of the old medieval walls.
Santiago is at its busiest during the warmer half of the year, and there's a festival atmosphere coming in off the pilgrim's trail and into town. But it's still lovely during the cooler months, and many people say this city is at its most magical when it's glistening with rain.
If you want to bag a bed in one of the best places to stay in Santiago de Compostela during July and August, you'll need to be organised and book well ahead.
For central location
- Costa Vella in Santiago de Compostela, is a charming, 14 room hotel right by the cathedral. Rooms have huge windows, some of them overlooking a beautiful central courtyard garden filled with magnolias and fountains. Rooms start from £43 per night
For out of town luxury
- .A Quinta de Auga is a classic spa hotel just outside Santiago de Compostela. Its gardens are lovely, its food gourmet, and the rooms are luxurious.
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