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Parador de Santiago de Compostela
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The hotel was built as a royal hospital in 1499 to accommodate pilgrims traveling to Santiago. Today, it continues to invite visitors to enjoy a city that is as universal as it is fascinating. Inside this Parador Museum, considered the oldest hotel in the world, you will discover four beautiful cloisters, elegant rooms, spectacular guest rooms and a luxurious dining room that offers fish and meat prepared in the Galician style, along with classic apple filloas (a type of crêpe) and crème brûlée.

Santiago is a magical city of almost indescribable beauty, where you will not only look, but you will also feel. In addition to the cathedral and the spectacular Obradoiro and Quintana squares, other sights include Santa María A Real do Sar Collegiate Church. Together with the cathedral, this is the church that has preserved the largest part of its original Romanesque stonework and it has an interior with lovely proportions. There is also the Renaissance Colegio de Fonseca (Fonseca School) and the magnificent San Martiño Pinario Monastery. These are just some of the places well worth visiting in the city's fine historic district.

The charm and the hustle and bustle of Abastos Market in the morning; the beautifully maintained Alameda Park, which boasts spectacular views of the old quarter; the church, convent and park of San Domingos de Bonaval, home to the Pantheon of Illustrious Galicians; and the green spaces around the capital, extending all the way to the sea, just half an hour away, will guide you through this city brimming with history and beauty. It marks the end of the Camino (Way of St. James) and the start of a one-of-a-kind experience we invite you to enjoy in exceptional accommodations, the Parador de Santiago.

Environment
Santiago de Compostela
Cathedral
Plaza do Obradoiro
Guided tours in Spanish to the city of Santiago de Compostela every day at 12 noon and 6 pm. Possibility of private guidesRías Baíxas
Padrón
Villagarcía de Arosa
Cambados
La Toja
Sanxenxo
PontevedraRías Altas
Puentedeume
Betanzos
Sada
Meirás
A CoruñaBaiona (110 km)Barbanza
Rianxo
Boiro
Puebla del Caramiñal
Ribeira
Corrubedo
Castro de BaroñaFinisterre y Costa da Morte (110 km)
Rías de Muros y Noia
Carnota
Corcubión
Returning via Santa CombaValença do Miño in PortugalA Coruña (62 km)Vigo (100 km)
General data about parador hostel
Parador hotel Parador de Santiago de Compostela Stars 5
Capacity 262 Places Styles monument, palace
Director Julio Castro Marcote Chef José Gómez
Address Praza do Obradoiro, 1
Autonomous community Galicia Province A Coruña
Town Santiago de Compostela Postcode 15705
Latitude 42.881688 Longitude -8.545947
Telephone +34 981582200 Fax +34 981563094
Email santiago@parador.es
Distance to airport 15 Km.
Distance to the port 70 Km.
Distance to train 3 Km.
Services offered by the parador hostel
air conditioning satellite dish
elevator bar
business center safe
heating foreign exchange
Canal+ conferences and meetings
handicapped facilities garage
wired Internet mini-bar
museum no animals
electric car charging station restaurant
hairdryer in guest rooms credit cards
telephone in guest rooms shop
TV in guest rooms wi-fi
Activities offered by the parador hostel
Гольф-поле (5 км) Охота
Скалолазание Спелеология
Маршруты верховой езды Теннис
Hang-gliding Diving
Canoeing Sailing classes
Rock climbing Kayaking
Swimming Seasonal swimming pool
Paddle tennis Paragliding
River fishing Bungee-jumping
Scuba diving Tennis
City tours Cultural tours

Both restaurants offer a menu based on traditional Galician cuisine, with ingredients that retain their natural flavor, prepared in an exquisite contemporary style. The Parador’s kitchen cooks for a wide variety of diners: pilgrims who come for a meal, pilgrims staying at the hotel, guests at events and business meals. Yet they all delight in dishes created using fish and seafood from the rias of Galicia, beef and vegetables paired with traditional cheeses such as O Cebreiro, and exquisite desserts like filloas (crêpes) filled with apple compote and crème brûlée or traditional tarta de Santiago (almond cake).

The Parador’s breakfast is almost as emblematic as the hotel itself, as is its house specialty, caldeirada dos reis, a stew made with the best ingredients from the ria, including lobster, scallops and turbot. Both Enxebre do Hostal and Restaurante dos Reis of course offer traditional caldo gallego (bean stew), available all year, succulent beef sirloin, and cockles and octopus prepared in the classic style. There are also the famous Galician wines—Ribeiro, Albariño and Ribeira Sacra—made at local wineries with great dedication and attention to detail.

If Santiago marks the end of the Way of St. James for you, you might be interested to know that you can enjoy a free meal at this luxury hotel. According to a tradition dating from the time when the Royal Hospital became a hotel, the first ten pilgrims who cross the threshold of the Parador each day are given a free lunch (served in the Parador’s staff dining room).

Information on the halls
Number of halls 12
Minimum capacity of halls 18
Maximum capacity of halls 550
How to get there?

Santiago can be reached from the major cities in Galicia via the AP-9. The Parador is located in city's old quarter, sharing the famous Praza do Obradoiro (Obradoiro Square) with the cathedral and the town hall.

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