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This stylish spa hotel is 328 feet from Astorga Town Hall, in the city center. It offers an extensive spa and modern rooms with free WiFi. I loved this hotel! Very nice and modern, huge rooms! Big bathrooms! Spa access. Breakfast was very nice too! Staff was so kind to print me some important documents too! You need to tell when you want to use the spa and they reserve it just for you! It was awesome!
Located in the historic town of Astorga and next to its main square, this hotel is set on the Camino De Santiago Pilgrimage Route. A high quality hotel in the perfect location right at the hub of the city
This hotel is located in Astorga, just 492 feet from the cathedral. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and a seating area with a sofa and flat-screen TV. The most beautiful place I ever stayed, so clean & attentive staff. Words can't said enough about the lovely rooms , it was home from home but better. More like a showhouse, fantastic breakfast for me & 3 friends before heading of to walk the Camino 😀
Hotel Restaurante La Peseta is centrally located beside San Bartolomé Church in Astorga, on the Santiago Pilgrimage Route. Very clean. Pleasant staff. Convenient location.
Set in the walled town of Astorga, Casa Tepa is next to the cathedral and Gaudí Palace. This restored 18th-century palace offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi and plasma-screen TVs. Luxurious and historic accommodation; probably the most beautiful of the 42 nights in Spain walking the Camiño
Set in a beautiful Art Nouveau mansion in central Astorga, this hotel is just 328 feet from Antoni Gaudí’s Episcopal Palace. Very nice room, we stayed an extra day. Found plenty to do by car within a reasonable distance. Plenty to do and look at a short walk away from hotel.
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Once a BIG city along the Camino, things are a bit quieter, but still very pleasant. We spent one full day with visits to the Gaudi Palace (the poor Bishop!) and Cathedral. Our favorite pastime is walking the streets within the old town, sampling the chocolate for which the town is famous (Cortez first brought beans from Mexico to Astorga where a local nun created the recipe for what we now know as chocolate; in my book, reason enough to visit). Other local delicacies: Maragato (a multi-plated feast of local meats and a stew of chickpeas and cabbage) and Mantecadas (sponge cake). Note: the train station is quiet and, when we arrived, there were no taxis. If arriving by train, ask your lodging to arrange for a pick up. Bus arrivals are easier; directly across from the cathedral.
Astorga was terrific and I want to go back. Besides the intriguing cathedral, which shows 3 distinct construction styles and stone colours, the excellent museum, the house Gaudi built, Roman walls and the unusual city hall with life-sized “bell ringers”, the food is excellent and it is a centre for chocolate production dating back to Cortez going to America. Save time for really seeing Astorga. You won’t be disappointed. And all are within walking distance.
Two don't-miss sites are the cathedral and the Bishop's Palace, the latter designed by the incomparable architect Antoni Gaudí. Also lovely promenades, outdoor dining, great ambiance, and Roman mosaics. Small enough to see everything on foot. Even has a Museum of Chocolate! We really enjoyed our two night visit to this picturesque, bustling town.
Just big enough for an overnight while smaller than other Camino cities like Burgos and Leon. Multiple sites to visit, a main square and two lesser ones, good shopping and lots of dining possibilties.
We had one of the best meals in all of our month in Spain in Astorga. The cathedral was definitely worth the stop. The clerk at the railway station opened his booth early when he saw we were waiting. Overall a friendly, interesting city. I would definitely like to return one day.
I came into Astorga at 5 Pm on the Camino. The walk in was horrible and doesn't do anything for a first impression of the city. The Camino route is through a blighted section of town. I walked into town without seeing anyone. It felt isolated and frightening for a woman solo walker . It's not welcoming or helpful to find directions. Which seems such a Shame since pilgrims bring a lot to the local economy. I wouldn't want to experience this again. Also I understand the culture of Siesta. But it makes NO sense for the tourist info place to be closed in the afternoon. I needed help , Referrals and direction. But the place that could have helped the most and represented the city was NOT available as a result. In did not receive the info I needed and did not do much
9.2 Awesome 377 reviews
Beautiful family run hotel. Fabulous coffee. Spacious, immaculate, clean and comfortable room. Wonderful location. The host is most helpful and accommodating. The. Peaceful outdoor area is a real luxury. Love it so much we are staying an extra night!
9.2 Awesome 203 reviews
Brand new apartment. Lots of room, full & modern kitchen, washer & very nice bathroom. Excellent location 50 m from Astorga Square. Nicest property we have stayed at in 30 days of Camino hotels. A+
8.3 Very Good 896 reviews
Excellent location, close to the cathedral and Gaudi's architectural wonder. There's not much to choose from in downtown Astorga and this hotel topped our list despite its shortcomings.
6.2 Review score 170 reviews
The rest of the hotel was very nicely decorated, almost like a castle. They would really benefit from a renovation in the rooms to get them to the level of the rest of the hotel
7.7 Good 506 reviews
Location was fine, less than ten minutes walk to the town centre, and it is easy to park in front of the hotel. Not a bad location for Camino pilgrims either.
9.2 Awesome 156 reviews
Stylish apartment in the ancient town center of Astorga. Getting the keys for the apartment was no big deal and handled professionally by the adjacent hotel.
9.2 Awesome 1,188 reviews
Fabulous hotel and spa. A real treat for the weary peregrine. Wish there were more like this dotted along the Camino.
8.9 Excellent 1,216 reviews
Lovely hotel and staff, clean and comfortable and a perfect stay before I started the camino. Would highly recommend
9.4 Awesome 519 reviews
Great breakfast with eggs (a treat in Spain). Attentive staff. Decent location - just outside the historic district
9.1 Awesome 1,208 reviews
The staff is outstanding!! They are the best in the hotel industry !!
9.1 Awesome 271 reviews
Very nice hotel. Staff were great. Very early breakfast was a plus
8.7 Excellent 553 reviews
A good place to stay in Astorga. Quite and peaceful, near the Center.