- Reviews: 408
Casa Rural "Os Vilares": A great place to stay
Maica, the owner, is a great host, helpful, fully informed about what's happening in the area and what to see and visit.<br/>The place is quiet, located in the countryside but just outside Santiago: you can afford to walk to the Cathedral, or you'll be there in 5 minutes car ride. There is a pleasant garden and the whole buiolding is very comfortable, absolutely tidy, quiet and warm. We had a great experience there.
The owner is great.<br/>Nice location,<br/>Beautiful surroundings
- Reviews: 2
Hotel Casa San Nicolás: San Nicolas: Great Place to stay in Santiago
This nice house is really near the historic centre of Santiago de Compostela (5 min by foot).<br/><br/>As a reference you can look for the 'Colegiata de Sar' near by.<br/><br/>The guesthouse dates back to 1700, and has been recently reconstructed, respecting and maintaining its original structure, both in the exterior and interior. The rooms are really cozy and impeccably clean!<br/><br/>The owners were really nice, we hope to come back soon :)
Really Nice People;<br/><br/>Great Bedrooms;<br/><br/>Location;<br/><br/>Nice Price.
- Reviews: 6
Hotel Miradoira del Belvis: Good hotel in Santiago de Compostela
Excellant location, <br/>near to centre but in quiet street, <br/>friendly staff, <br/>very good value for price.
Rated as a 2 * hotel,<br/>spottlessly clean, good sized rooms, <br/>good view of the convent across Belvis park<br/>adequate breakfast. <br/>added bonus free parking
- Reviews: 4595
Albergue ACUARIO: Dormitory for 5 euros
You have right to 1 night for free in Monte do Gozo shelter if you are a pilgrim. But Santiago de Compostela is such a fascinating town that you should stay there for a few more days. This hostel is very popular among pilgrims. You just pay a donation of 5 euros per night in a dormitory. You can use the washing machine.
- Reviews: 1863
I don t know this places proper name,but it has a sign pension**,it is situated at the side of the FEVE local train line right in the middle of Irun,and can be seen from main street bridge ( see photo ). The room was clean and comfortable and cheap, staff friendly. The town of Irun is nothing special but is handy for overnight stop on a long journey. Irun is on the spanish side of the french border.
- Reviews: 1863
Hostal Leis: Santiago de Compostela Hostal
In Oviedo i took the first hotel, here in Santiago de Compostela i took the first again , this time a homely hostal run by friendly mature couple. I entered through the bar/cafe, the rooms were upstairs,clean and comfortable and cheap. Breakfast was taken in the bar/cafe. I had arrived in Santiago at the bus station, proceeded right for 200 m, then turned left towards town for 200m the hostal Leis is on the right.
- Reviews: 1863
Tryp Oviedo: Hotel in Oviedo
Arrived in Oviedo bus station in the middle of a rain shower,so took the first hotel i saw. Normaly i would look for budget places., but the Tryp was a little up market, worth it. Very comfortable.
- Reviews: 4595
Suso: Pleasant in the heart of Santiago
This is a very pleasant place in the downtown of Santiago where to enjoy the city night life after having done the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. Prices are moderated and breakfasts generous.
TV in the rooms
- Reviews: 12
seminaire: cheap acc
this is basic but acceptable but only for peregrinos so i'm afraid unless you or a friend of yours can prove that you completed the camino de satiago then you can't stay here. I f you have your credentials then you can stay for five euro a night for three nights at the most. there are other hostels for pilgrims but this is the cheapest yet it's expensive for camino accomadation. get there early or you won't get a place. in the event of not getting a place, it can be very busy around festival time, then i'd say you'll be fine if you sleep rough anywhere around town and simply put your expensive stuff in a locker in the bus station or something. if you're really broke and you arrive early then take the extension walk to finisterre and sleep on the beach, that's what i did but it's NOT comfortable, be warned!
- Reviews: 1381
Hotel CostaVella: Best Garden Terrace
I am not sure if you call it a hotel, but it is rather smallish - with only 14 rooms i think. They have singles and doubles, we took the double for 77 euro pernight, 5 euro extra for breakfast each at an option. <br/><br/>The rooms are modest, very clean, attached bath, but try to get rooms that faces the garden, as the otherside facing the road can be terribly noisy with pedestrian walking on the busy street. <br/><br/>The hotel is located in the old town, at one of the entrance and has got an excellent view from there. You can get to the magnificent cathderal in 5 mins brisk walk. <br/><br/>We just missed their opening of a 3 star hotel nearby... due opening 18 July 2005.
excellent garden terrace to sit and chill out and have tea, beer...and a very sumptuous ham and cheese sandwich 2.60euro to go with freshly squeezed orange juice 2.50 euro. They sometimes sell honey collected from a nearby farm - very yum as well.
- Reviews: 48
Hostal La Salle: Hostel...more like a hotel
We stayed here a couple of nights for 15 Euro a night which was great. The rooms are great with plenty of space and the hostal is very central. The ensuite is also a winner with a great shower that helps first thing in the morning!
It's huge as it's a converted Halls of Residence so there'll definately be a space for you.
- Reviews: 1730
Cancelas Camping: Pilgrims Camping
Camping Cancelas is set upon a hill over looking the city. It is only about a 10 minute walk to the old part of Santiago De Compostela. Busy site, even in the depths of winter it seems. I recommend you book if you plan to visit any time from February to November. <br/><br/>Facilities were fine, adequate & clean etc. <br/><br/>This is not the sort of site you come to to relax, it is in the middle of the city & quite noisy with traffic. Come, see what you want & then go. We were only here for 2 nights before we moved on to Portugal
- Reviews: 1508
The Refugio at Finisterre: Our Final Refugio at the End of the Known World !!
The Last refugio is yet another Good One !! and one of the Best things about it is as a walker you WILL be given Priority for a bed !!<br/>The Refugio is quite New, Very Spacious although a little short of showers and toilets !!<br/>Run by Very Friendly Staff who will Give you your Finisterre Certificate ( as long as you can prove that you have walked ALL the way !! ) and Best of All there is NO curfew so you can go and Celebrate the end of your Camino and not have to watch the clock !!!!<br/>Again it's Donations only -- Just leave as Much as you can afford
- Reviews: 1508
The Refugio at Olveiroa: Another Fantastic Little Refugio !!
This really is another Excellent place to stay, Run by the Local School Mistress who looks after you Incredibly well and even cooks you a simple but very nourishing evening meal. The Refugio has two dormitories which are very clean and spacious, Excellent shower and toilet facilities. <br/> Located in a really Beautiful little village that has one Friendly Bar which also serves sandwiches -- it is a good idea to buy yourself one of these sandwiches for your breakfast the next day as there isn't anything open and the next chance you will get is 5k along the Way !!<br/>Again it's Donations only but remember that you have also had your dinner so try and make it a good one !!!
- Reviews: 1508
The Refugio at Negreira: A Brand Spanking New Refugio !!
This is a Brand New and Very Well equipped Refugio about 1k beyond the town heading west !! Two Very Spacious dormitories with only 8 beds each in them, Excellent shower and toilet facilities and a well equipped kitchen and a nice sitting out area.<br/>The Man who runs it is a bit of a mystery as no one ever seams to have seen him ?? however someone must turn up at some point as the stamp and ink-pad is there awaiting you to be able to stamp your credentials early the next morning !!<br/>There is a reasonable choice of places to eat back in Negreira but the next day it is quite a few kilometres before you will find anywhere for breakfast so buy yourself something for that in Negreira the previous day !!!<br/>Yet again it's a case of leaving a donation, whatever you can afford, as there is no fixed price for staying here !!
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