Hotel Lintzirin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Ctra Madrid - Irun, Km 469, San Sebastian-Donostia, Basque, 20180, Spain

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  • AVOID THIS NOISY FLEA-PIT

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    we made the mistake of not reading the reviews about this 'hotel' before we booked.
    1- it was VERY VERY noisy, TOO close to the very busy main road.
    2- NO air-con, and after travelling all day in record 50+ degree temperatures, there was no way to cool down at all.
    3- the restaurant served up the most vile food we've had from the fixed 3 course menu, served by the most miserable looking staff.
    4- the gift toileteries were kept on a shelf in an old toiletbrush holder.
    5- AVOID ROOM 318. WE CAME AWAY COVERED IN FLEA BITES which could not possibly have come from anywhere else. if it wasn't for the free medical treatment back here in the UK we would sue.
    6- the water from the shower kept goig from cold to hot and back without touching the controls
    7- the toilet had a mind of its own !!
    very over priced for a noisy flea-pit with no aircon, vile food, out-dated and tatty furniture.

    Unique Quality: outstanding and unique qualities about this hotel - yes. pull it down.

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The headquarters of the Banco de GuipuzcoaThe headquarters of the Banco de Guipuzcoa

Santa Clara from Castillo de la MotaSanta Clara from Castillo de la Mota

The hotel facing the theatreThe hotel facing the theatre

La Concha from the Jesus StatueLa Concha from the Jesus Statue

Forum Posts

San sebastian to Barcelona

by Owen83

Hi my name is Owen from Australia and I will be in San Sebastian with my girl friend from the 4th of October and we plan to travel to Barcelona after a week or so.

We would like to know if there is a train that travels there which passes through Zaragoza as we would like to stop there for a night or two

Re: San sebastian to Barcelona

by Miguelzgz

Hi, I have checked the renfe website(trains in Spain, www.renfe.es) and there are two trains from San Sebastian to Zaragoza every day, one in the morning one at night(the one at night doesn´t depart on saturdays). Here is the link http://horarios.renfe.es/hir/index.jsp?page=hjhir130.jsp&O=11511&D=ZARAG&AF=2008&MF=MM&DF=DD&SF=NaN&ID=s

I don´t know if there is an english vesion.

From Zaragoza to Barcelona you can choose the train(high-speed, high price) or going by coach(3 hours, safe high-way, less money).

Good luck.

Travel Tips for San Sebastián

LA CONCHA
The beach of San...

by SirRichard

LA CONCHA
The beach of San Sebastian is popular and beautiful. Rather still waters (it's in a bay) that let you swimm and enjoy its white sand. The seaside walk is a rather pleasant place to feel the pulse of the city.

Pasaia - Donostia, walking

by zizu

Well, this is a suggestion for all people who love the trekking. You can go from Donostia to Pasaia or from Pasaia to Donostia, during 2 or 3 hours of a pleasant trek. The duration of the trek depends on the way that you choose. Basically, there are 3 routes: the red and white marks route, the yellow and white marks route, and the yellow-boots route.
I recommend you the last one: yellow boots route, because you walk close to the sea.
Only you have to do before choosing a route is follow the marks. Marks are painted on trees, on rocks....

Old City

by andal13

Donostia has a small but charming ancient district (called "parte vieja"); along the narrow streets you will find several ancient buildings. The picture shows San Vicente's Church (16th century).

Donostia tiene un pequeño pero encantador barrio antiguo (llamado "parte vieja"); a lo largo de las estrechas calles se encuentran numerosos edificios antiguos. La foto muestra la Iglesia de San Vicente, del siglo XVI.

Paseo Nuevo

by mikey_e

The Paseo Nuevo is a winding road that skirts Monte Urgull and provides an incredible view of the sea and the bay, especially if you are walking it on a clear day. Sometimes, especially around the Aste Nagusia period, there are all sorts of carnival type stands put up along the Paseo, although some of them, I believe, are permanent fixtures. The Paseo Nuevo provides the same sort of area as the Malecón in Havana or other coastal Caribbean cities. I don’t know if it is technically a Malecón (sea wall), but it does occasionally get battered by stormy seas. You can also get a glimpse of some of the impromptu fishermen along the Paseo, some of whom have pretty good luck.

Donostia

by magictravelers

"My own point of view"

For a couple of reasons this is not my favorite city in the world. The main one is that I don´t feel safe here (and we come 3-4 times a year).
The political situation in this Autonomic Community is very independent from the rest of Spain, and there are a couple of very violent groups that will do anything to protest against Spain's government.
They usually kill politicians, and people who work for the government. Sometimes they put bombs in tourist areas outside of the Basque Country just to scare. The problem is that there have been several victims that just happened to be passing by and got killed or hurt.
In any case, that is just my point of view and many people do go there to vacation (including me), but I thought you should know I am not the most objective person in this subject and will only post some pics.

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Address: Ctra Madrid - Irun, Km 469, San Sebastian-Donostia, Basque, 20180, Spain