Stayed here during a European road trip with two other adults, the room was a fair size enough space for the three of us. The hotel is situated in a beautiful square and our room overlooked the square, fantastic. The receptionist could not have been more helpful, carried some of our luggage, and even parked my car for me.There is very limited parking at the hotel, actually one space at the back of it. It is situated close to San Pedro, where most of the restaurants are situated. One word of warning is that it situated on a hill, so might be a struggle for anyone who is not too good on their feet, but there is a street elevator that takes from the street up the hill, but this is still a bit of a walk from the hotel. There are also escalators in the town centre to make it easier to look around. A great hotel in a wonderful city, the buildings look more like Swiss Alpine design rather than Spanish.
- 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