We followed Rick Steve's advice that this "small fishing village" would be a good oplace to stay between San Sebastion and Bilboa. Hondarribia is 1)not small, 2)has multiple ways of spelling it, making it hard to follow signs. We were tired and frustrated and found a parking place, right next to the Hotel Placete sign. We had never heard of this hotel, and couldn't get trip advisor up (no wi-fi), so we had no idea if this was a good place or not.
The woman English speaking staffer put us at ease, showed us the rooms, and we were sold! Great balcony view, great breakfast in the AM.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Palacete Hotel stands on the Gipuzkoa Square (also known as Plaza de las Cadenas), in Hondarribia City's historic centre that was declared a Historic Buildings Site. Opened in June 2003, the hotel occupies a building in a markedly medieval style (Casa Palacete or small palace) after which it is named. It keeps the traditional charm and sobriety of the palace, while offering all classes of amenities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palacete Hotel Hondarribia