Camino de Santiago Hotels for French Way 4-Star

The accommodations listed are samples of the accommodations available on the 8-Day Camino de Santiago (French Way) with 4-star hotels.

Hotels and country cottages have been carefully selected for their location, comfort, character, food and friendliness of the staff. Your accommodation will be confirmed approximately one month prior to departure.

As much as possible, we try to book as close to the Camino route as possible. If no central accommodation is available, we may need to book an accommodation slightly off route (up to a max of 10km from the route). In this case we organize free transfers to and from the route.

In general, all the hotels have WiFi, TV with Spanish stations, telephone, bar, and restaurant. They will probably not have A/C, fans, or elevator.

BOOK EARLY for best accommodations!

Alfonso IX (Sarria)

The Alfonso IX Hotel is a 4-star hotel located right on the Camino trail in the center of Sarria near the river and many restaurants. It has 57 rooms on 3 floors and a swimming pool. Rooms are spacious and have free Wifi, A/C, safe, and hair dryer.

The A Ponte Ribeira Restaurant offers a cozy atmosphere next to the river. Every morning a delicious breakfast buffet takes place prepared with quality products is served in the hotel restaurant. (No Transfer / No Dinner)

Ferramenteiro (Portomarin)

The Hotel Ferramenteiro is right on the Camino trail on the banks of the river near Portomarin. The hotel has 21 modern rooms with free Wifi, some with balcony. (No Transfer / No Dinner)

A Parada das Bestas Guest House (Palas de Rei)

This cozy guest house is in a specactular rural area near Palas de Rei.  It has beautiful gardens, exquisite cuisine, swimming pool, restaurant, bar, and free Wifi, (Transfer/Dinner)

Pazo de Sedor Guest House (Melide)

This manor house is a historic 17th century home in a famous dairy and cheese district. There are 11 rooms on 2 floors, which are decorated with different antique furniture. All rooms are comfortable, with flat-screen, private bathroom with hairdryer, most have balconies with views of the area.

The landscape that can be seen from the Pazo has fascinated visitors of all time: A beautiful view of a wide valley surrounded by mountains where the air has been smoothing, century to century, sharp edges of the rocks to shape rolling hills mild. (Transfer/Dinner)

Casa Brandariz Guest House (Arzua)

This restored country house is close to the Camino de Santiago in Arzua. It offers rooms with a balcony and views across the surrounding landscape.  Guests can relax in Casa Brandariz’s lounge area, where there is a TV and small library.

The restaurant serves typical regional dishes with local products, including the famous Tetilla cheese. Breakfast is available in the room and packed lunches can also be arranged. There is a shuttle service for Camino de Santiago pilgrims. (Transfer/Dinner)

O Muino de Pena Guest House (Amenal)

Housed in an old mill, this charming hotel enjoys a stunning rural location.  O Muiño de Pena boasts beautiful and spacious rooms, decorated in the historical style, and modern facilities.  It is equipped with a comfortable, traditional-style lounge with fireplace and TV. It also houses an on-site ethnographic museum.  There is a restaurant which serves traditional-style dishes with a contemporary touch. Breakfast, lunch and tapas are also served in this hotel. (Transfer/Dinner)

Parador Reyes Catolicos (Santiago)

One of the most luxurious and beautiful hotels in the Paradores chain is located in Santiago de Compostela. In this city, the destination of millions of pilgrims, rays of sunlight illuminate the building façades in summer and the rain creates a magical ambiance that overtakes the cobbled streets in winter. The Parador de Santiago, known as the Hostal dos Reis Católicos, is a blend of history, art and tradition, the dream of pilgrims and emblem of Santiago. It is located on Obradoiro Square near the cathedral, creating an area of spectacular beauty in one of the most visited provincial capitals in the world. A stay at this Parador means a visit to a truly unique and exclusive location.

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. (No Transfer / No Dinner)

AC Palacio del Carmen

Optional if the Parador is full. (No Transfer / No Dinner)

Aranguey

Optional if the Parador is full. (No Transfer / No Dinner)

San Francisco Monumento

Optional if the Parador is full. (No Transfer / No Dinner)

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