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This charming guest house is located right on the Camino de Santiago, opposite the Santa María Church in Carrión de los Condes. It offers rooms with attached bathroom and an excellent restaurant. Location was perfect, the set up is excellent with a lovely patio outside your room, the restaurant on site had great value menu of the day and the service was exceptional- particularly Jose who helped us with a taxi when it looked like we were doomed! We will be back next year and definitely staying here!
Located in Carrión de los Condes, Hostal Comfort Suites features a shared lounge, terrace and free WiFi throughout the property. The guest house has family rooms. Excellent automated multi language check-in kiosk (though may challenge the less tech savvy). Totally modern. Pictures completely accurate. Very comfy bed.
The building and its atmosphere makes the hotel special, quite jaw-dropping when I first arrived. The plainsong you will hear, unfortunately, comes from a tape. I ate a pizza in the bar which was not impressive. I didn't have the hotel dinner - €25 seemed overpriced for what I imagined. The staff were pleasant, professional, not a lot of English spoken. The location is beautiful, on the edge of a town and the small river Carion that runs under a historic bridge - but the town itself is not of great interest, although there is a Dia supermarket about 5 minutes walk away. It is well-placed for travelling further west. There are advertised special facilities for Camino walkers - massages - but I did not try this. I know my review sounds ambivalent but this is a nice place in a beautiful building and I would recommend it.
A small town overlooking the River Carrión, interesting religious buildings, on the Camino. The day we were there the weather was poor, and the town was nearly empty (weekend after Semana Santa). There are a few bars and restaurants in town, but we ate at the hotel, which on the day seemed to be the centre of activity. The town is worth a short visit.
We liked wandering the narrow streets in the old town. We marveled at the old architecture and the attention to detail by the craftsmen that put it all together. We spent most of our time at the monastery and wandering a little on the Comino. We arrived on a Monday and it was Construction Day. Everything was closed and there was practically no one on the streets. After a long search and a couple redirects from locals, we were able to find an open bar that served food in the back. It was good and filling, but my recommendation is that you not arrive on a Monday or a holiday. We are not a young couple and I don’t drink pr party, so I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able to direct any young people to an action spot. We stayed at the monastery and ate our breakfast there before leaving.
Limited offer of quality bars and restaurants. Do not forget to visit the Museo de Santiago of sacred art and its magnificent Romanesque facade. Santa María Del Camino is another beatiful example of Romanesque arquitecture.
The hotel was central, clean and efficient. The staff were friendly. The noise in the plaza down below us however was loud until at least 1 am. There was no air in the room and we had to leave the window/door open for air. Hot and noisy. Also, no breakfast.
This is a medieval town on the Camino Santiago route. A pleasant town with character. The main street winds gently between the old houses with a number of interesting shops. The main Church is worth a visit.
I loved the recording of monks chanting