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Located in Melide, Hotel Carlos 96 has a restaurant, bar, garden, and free WiFi throughout the property. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. We loved everything here.. the staff were so friendly and helpful. They were so welcoming and really made our stay so pleasant. The pilgrims menu was lovely and very good value. Breakfast the next morning was amazing too. The room was clean and comfortable with plenty of space too. Just really lovely cheerful staff. This was one of my favourite places I stayed on the camino.. 11 out of 10! :)
Located in the small town of Melide, a 5-minute drive from Serra do Carreon Mountains, Hotel Restaurante Xaneiro features rooms with heating and free WiFi. The rooms include a TV, wardrobe, and desk. The bar, hotlel, and kitchen staff all provided excellent and friendy service.. i felt very welcome.
Located in Melide, in a building dating from 1926, Albergue O Candil has a garden and guestrooms with free WiFi. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. One of the best albergues I stayed at during the Camino. The breakfast is excellent, shower is great and beds are comfortable. Very clean!
Offering a children's playground and sun terrace, Albergue Montoto is located in Melide. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms are equipped with a shared bathroom. Very friendly and extremely helpful staff. Very nice private room. Shared bathroom facilities were excellent and very clean.
Located in Melide, Casa de los Somoza has free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a bar and a shared lounge. A terrace can be found at the country house, along with a garden. This was the most glorious hotel a true gorgeous Galician home and home cooked food. The staff were so lovely and the food was divine and the place was divine and location perfect. This was a piece of heaven on my Camino Way pilgrimage.
Featuring free WiFi, A Lúa do Camiño offers accommodations in Melide, on the French part of Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. Free private parking is available on site. Upon arriving we were greeted immediately by the attentive staff that offered laundry services and beer/wine. Our room had a spacious ensuite bathroom and comfortable beds. There is nice pool area in the backyard. The living room/lounge has comfy couches where we watched the World Cup at night. This place is way better than the pictures on the website. Also, there is a fabulous restaurant 150 meters down the road called Casa Alongos.
Melide is a small town with a city feel to it. You must take advantage of the free entrance to the city museum, so much to see there! I recommend the Pension Pereira, great place to stay on a budget. We enjoyed our dinner at Pulperia Garnacha, recommended by the locals, it's where they go. You will be greeted by the lady chef at the open kitchen right by the front door. Delicious and affordable. Don't be afraid of trying the octopus!
Everything is closed all the time. Minus he hire restaurant and a few cafes. We could never find anyone to help us navigate and even in the church couldn't find anyone who worked there. It's a nice quaint city but our best experience was at the pulpería. Try the octopus if you do go!
A convenient place to stay whilst on the Camino. It offered supermarket and banking- a good place to stock up on any necessary items. Plenty of places to eat. if walking the Camino, take time to stop at the beautiful village just before Melide.
We liked Melide and there are some great places to visit, including old churches and wonderful coffee shops. We had some difficulty navigating through town and ended up on the busy highway which seemed unsafe. But we got back on the Camino and found another way to get to the hotel.
As a hostel, this had everything needed for a night’s sleep en route to Santiago de Compostela, being well sign posted on the way into the town, and at ten euros a night - it was a steal. Melide is on the way to Santiago de Compostela, so if you haven’t planned your nights, the receptionist recommended us a place to stay the following night. This hostel, like others has arrangements with companies which can transport your belongings to your next destination, so take advantage of it!
Staff was really friendly and helpful. She was both chatty and approachable. place was not too expensive and based right on the Camino route. Huge living room/kitchen area which had plenty of seating and was very clean. Showers and bathrooms we also very clean. The bedrooms had large spaces so pilgrims did not feel on top of one another. Plenty of lockers and sockets if people needed them. Would definitely recommend staying here if you are planning to visit Melide!
The good showers, how new and clean everything was, the hair dryer, the layout and most importantly the blankets.... it was such a good stop in Melide. I slept so well there and the breakfast was awesome too!! Self service beautiful bread, yoghurt, fresh orange juice.... really really nice
Victor, the manager, is the best. He is responsive to requests and does everything he can to ensure his guests are comfortable. It is a class 1 hotel, so don't expect it to be a class 5. That said, it is an excellent value and my wife and I were both pleased and would go there again.
Very nice clean rooms. Comfortable beds and great staff. The best thing is that it has an amazing restaurant ... the best meal on the Camino de Santiago ... one of the best meals I have had in Spain. Fantastic seafood and a great wine list. Really superb
It’s within a short walk of the heart of Melide. If you want to get away from the bustle of albergues without getting too far from the Camino route this is the place for you. The bathrooms are really clean and spacious and rooms are clean as well
With St James statue right outside the hotel we felt comfortable, check in was swift with a room that had shutters so complete darkness and quiet. Food basic but good extensive menu, fantastic garden alfresco area. Defiantly stay again
The Xaneiro is a great little hotel. The rooms are small as is the lift, but everything is very clean. The woman ( I suspect the owner) on the desk is quite helpful and speaks English well. It’s not plush, not for €45, it’s a bargain.
Bedroom and on suite bathroom seemed brand new and beautiful quality so felt more like 4 star hotel. Staff spoke good English. All extremely efficient. Walk across road to old town for upmarket wine bars shops and historic centre
It was located in a excellent area of the town meals presented dinner and breakfast were super top quality. A really nice place to stay I would highly recommend this establishment to anyone who is thinking of staying in melide
Great place in Melide when walking the Camino. Very clean, beautiful pool and grounds, and air conditioning on a very hot day. Very close to a great restaurant. Highly recommend!
The room was comfortable. The hotel is in the centre but in a quiet area and we slept well.
Total new facility, Best Room Ever, felt like hotel
This albergue was very clean and very comfortable. I wish I could remember the name of the young lady who was managing things. She was very hard-working and efficient, and extremely helpful to me.