The accommodations listed are samples of the accommodations available on this route. 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.
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Parador Conde de Gondomar (Baiona)
Elegance is a key feature of every room of the Parador. The stately function rooms, spacious guest rooms with sea views and spectacular stone staircase that welcomes you at the entrance are just a few examples of the majesty of this medieval fortress. The Parador de Baiona offers perfect function rooms for your celebrations, with space for up to 400 people. An intimate ambiance, exquisite decor, well-kept gardens and an idyllic landscape make this a truly unique spot.
Hotel America (Vigo)
The Hotel América has a clear commitment to quality. Our hotel is located in downtown Vigo, in an exceptional setting in the financial district of the port. Nestled between Plaza Compostela and Maritime Station, the Cíes Islands ferry and the old town are just a stone’s throw away. Easy access to the main transport links, port and airport, as well as the attractive beaches of the Ria de Vigo. The Café on the seventh floor has stunning views of the Ria, ideal for cocktails.
Pazo Torres de Agrelo Guest House (Redondela)
This hotel is located in Redondela near the Camino trail.
Parador Pontevedra (Pontevedra)
The Parador, once the residence of the counts of Maceda, is located in the old quarter of the magnificent city of Pontevedra. You will be welcomed by a stately carved stone staircase leading to comfortable guest rooms. The building is decorated with antiques and very valuable classic furniture. It combines regal, noble and stately styles with charming rural elements. The surrounding area invites you to visit coves and beaches, and to enjoy fine seafood and excellent wine.
Torre do Rio Guest House (Caldas de Reis)
10 rooms overlooking the Umia River and our gardens, in which we have taken care to make you experience the most romantic Galician essence. There is also a hairdryer, LCD television, wi-fi access, laundry service and if you want, you can have breakfast in the room.
Just a floor away from your room, our staff has prepared a menu so that all of your senses will be in harmony. If you’re in the Salnés area, you must try the local cuisine. Savor our cuisine based on local produce and market cooking.
Let us make your stay an unforgettable experience in our breakfast room, a spacious lounge featuring a chimney and numerous interior and exterior spaces. Enjoy the river from our wooden bridge and our house’s viewpoint. Nature, design, personalized service and the water bubbling in the background.
Pazo de Lestrove (Padron)
This emblematic 16th-century building, a recreational mansion that used to belong to Compostela’s archbishops, was erected on a walled plot of land measuring 50,000 m2 with woodland and gardens. It is only 300 metres from the historic town of Padrón, where the Nobel Prize-winner Camilo José Cela was born and the last residence of the great Galician writer Rosalía de Castro. There are 27 rooms, divided between the historical 16th-century and modern 20th-century buildings. Plus, there is an outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi.
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.