Value Score Poor Value
Good For Business
Country living close to San Sebastian activities
The first thing that impressed us about the hotel was the individual attention of the staff. This is a very small hotel, so they were pretty much expecting us and called us by name when we arrived. While being small, they are definitely a full service hotel, featuring the mark of an excellent place: you do not notice the service staff unless you need something, at which time you will be attended to in a very timely manner. Breakfast was continental, but with such a beautiful setting that we stayed and lingered in the dining room for quite a while. On the last night we were very tired and ordered the chicken dish featured on the room service menu with some Rioja wine - what a surprise! This is true Basque cooking, outstanding meal, with incomparable service. Highly recommend it.
Unique Quality: Nestled in beautiful tree lined streets away from the tourist area, this property was a former private residence converted into a 25-room hotel. The room are very comfortable and modern yet keeping to a Vila atmosphere. Extremely quiet and relaxing - yet an easy walk or short bus ride away from the center of San Sebastian.
Directions: East of Playa Zurriola and the Kursaal Palace
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We are visiting San Sebastian next week for 3 nights and would like to find a lovely guesthouse to stay in.
We would prefer something small, personable, and not too pricey! And in a good location to explore the city.
Suggestions greatly appreciated.
Well, I can do two out of three, but not the "not too pricey" part but maybe the rates will be lower later in the year. We stayed at Villa Soro http://www.villasoro.com/luxury_hotel_in_san_sebastian.htm . This Villa was a little away from the tourist area, but a *very* close walk to the beach, and with very easy access to buses. We were also too tired to eat out our first night there and had room service - was not expecting much being room service, and had the most delicious chicken dinner! Very private, outstanding stay, worth a little extra. I would return to stay there again! Breakfast is continental.
for me, Pension amaiur is the best.
RE: RE: Accommodation
Hi, we're looking for somewhere too, in June. I was looking at the old town but I understand there's no parking anywhere and we'll have a hire car. Can anyone recommend somewhere clean, not too expensive and with some parking?
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