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Set in a former monastery in Carrion de los Condes, the hotel is located near to the Santiago pilgrimage route. Rooms in Hotel Real Monasterio de San Zoilo look onto the beautiful gardens. I always stay here when I am doing the Camino De Santiago. It is my reward for walking the Camino. I know that it will be relaxing after a 20 mile walk. They take good care of you and the food is good too. Lots of cultural things to view including the church and tombs of the Condes.
Casa Tia Paula is set in Carrión de los Condes, on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route. These rustic apartments offer free Wi-Fi, a free laundry service and bike storage. The owners were lovely. Our pack did not arrive and the owner drive my husband I pick it up. I had one of the best sleeps ever.
Hostal Santiago is set in Carrión de los Condes center and offers easy access to the A-231 Highway leading to both Burgos and León. There is a garden with free barbecue facilities. The owner made me feel at home. He treated me like family. In the morning, I was not feeling well and he brought me tea and crackers. .He let me spend the morning in my room. He organized a ride to my next stop. I would never stay anywhere else in Carrion. I am so grateful for his kindness. He is a real gentleman.
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. Good location, very nice room, adjoining very good restaurant. Friendly staff.
Great smaller to midsize town to stop over in while walking the Camino. Look for the large open air plaza and large city park! Locals are friendly and helpful. Can catch a direct bus to Leon at 11:45 if you need a break from walking or running short on time.
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.
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.
The city is a stop on "The Way of St. James" a 500 mile pilgrimage to Santiago de Compestela. It is one of the larger cities and is dedicated to serving pilgrims particularly well. It is well laid out and easy to get around. There are numerous churches, restaurants and bars for your dining out pleasure. The city caters to tourist of all types but particularly to those walking to Santiago.
9.4 Awesome 425 reviews
I stayed there on my 15 day ( half way mark) of the Camino. The owner should give classes to other hotels/ hostels on how to care for there clients. I real wanted the half way mark to be a day were I could just relax and catch up. Casa Tia Paula made this possible, Thank you
8.6 Excellent 665 reviews
Great service from Jesus. I rate this Hotel good, I made a mistake on the first question and said fair when air should have said good.
8.7 Excellent 1,697 reviews
Beautiful hotel situated in an old monastery! Clean lovely rooms. Nice breakfast
8.7 Excellent 485 reviews
The location of the hotel was great, as was the restaurant.
8.9 Excellent 615 reviews
Very nice and cozy hotel.