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This Hotel Balneario is located in the heart of Galicia, in the Ulloa region. Surrounded by forests and with a restaurant, it offers a unique, relaxing experience.
Excellent location. Quiet and beautiful. Nice staff. Cool buildings. The spa (very good for us tired camino-walkers)
Of all our stops on the Camino from Sarria to here (currently in Melide), Palas de Rei was the least interesting or exciting. Still, it had hidden gems in a hostal we found to eat dinner (there are not a lot of options) and returned for breakfast on our way out. Also, the laundry mat was a big plus and the driers worked really well. Dried a lot of clothes for 3 euros. Just have to ask around for change. The bar next door and the grocery store behind were so helpful.
A great place to stay, relax , have a well earned siesta after long walk from Portmarin 24.6 kms + Probably quieter in October when we visited but still found a good restaurant "Meson a Forxa" and had a delicious meal after 7 - early for Spanish but filled up rapidly . Lots of Camino walkers took break here.
A small town on the pilgrims way, the palas itself is 7 kilometers away. Restaurants are very good and reasonably priced. 10 euros are enough for a person per day to be happy and even to try a milk sucking lamb baked in owen.
Small interesting town on the camino trail route (St James), not a lot to see but a good selection of bars and restaurants. A few shops selling all sorts of things, so you could find what you need if required.
Pension Restaurante Casa Camino is right on the Camino de Santiago, so it was easy to find. My twin room on the third floor was spacious and well-appointed, with plenty of outlets to plug my devices. The bed was comfy and the wifi worked great. The bathroom was nice and clean. It was my most expensive private room of the Camino. Then again, everything is more expensive in Palas de Rei for some reason. But I'm satisfied with the room and the service I received. A good option for anyone walking the Camino de Santiago.
It was an absolute joy staying at Casa Bolboreta, a small family-owned hotel that's a bit off the camino (but they'll pick you up and drop you off). They'll make you feel right at home. The rooms were very nice, but the highlight was the dinner. Absolutely delicious. The owners are putting a nice modern spin on Spanish food and hospitality, with a focus on local ingredients, which is much appreciated when most restaurants on the Camino essentially have the same menu.
Easy access: the keys are in a little box and the lady owner can be phoned if necessary! This little house is great for pilgrims/tourists who would like to rest a couple of days. Shops etc. nearby. There are regular buses to Santiago and Lugo. There is a fully equipped kitchen, good wifi and television. No traffic noise what so ever. The people of Palas de Rei are very friendly.
Lovely albergue. Easy check in, very friendly hospitalero. I loved the bunks with curtains for extra privacy, you also have your own power socket to charge your phone. The place was tidy and comfortable. It has a bar are and a big common room where you can socialize with other pilgrims. 10 mins walk to centre of Palas de Rei where you can do your shopping or have dinner. Easy!
Humberto and his colleagues were excellent hosts. They couldn’t have been more helpful. You pass the accommodation on the Camino route 4km before Palas de rei. We completed this 4km later that pm and Humberto kindly dropped us off early the next morning at 6.45 to Palas de rei to continue our Camino trip where we needed to begin our day. This was extremely helpful
Nice and cozy place. The owner was very friendly and helpful. He even offered to pick us up from the town and tale us to the hotel. The next morning he took us back to town and even gave us a Lunch box (we were doing the Camino de Santiago)
Spotlessly clean hotel in a quiet street but close to nearby restaurants. Very friendly, helpful and hospitable staff. Comfortable, spacious and simple room. Secure garage to store our bikes. Great choice on the Camino
You don’t need a great wifi if you have the chance to talk to Mario! This is better than lots of 5 stars hotels that I have stayed. He opens his home to people and you feel like you are home
Very comfortable hotel. We used this hotel as a night halt on our camino. It was clean and the beds comfortable. They had a nice breakfast room. The hostess was very pleasant.
We booked this hotel last minute while on the Camino and so happy we did. Clean, modern, comfortable and great location. Best sleep we had on the Camino!
This is an excellent hotel. It is right on the Camino de Santiago. Rooms are very clean and spacious, excellent food and drinks.
Great location, near everything including el Camino de Santiago. Pilar was very helpful.
Nice clean hotel with friendly staff. Centrally located and within easy reach of town.
The room was on the path of the Camino de Santiago.
the shower the best I have used in a small hotel