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  • Hotel Arima

    Hotel Arima

    San Sebastian

    Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool, Hotel Arima is a Scandinavian-styled hotel located in San Sebastian, within Guipuzkoa Technology Park, 2789 feet from The Basque Culinari Center. Awesome newly built hotel. Beautiful modern design with a lot of sustainable initiatives. Located on the outskirts of San Sebastian next to a beautiful forest and business area. City center is easy to reach by bus or car. Ample free parking next to the hotel.

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    Avg. price/night: $81
    9.1 Awesome 1,152 reviews
  • Hotel de Londres y de Inglaterra

    Hotel de Londres y de Inglaterra

    San Sebastian City Center, San Sebastian

    Overlooking La Concha Bay, this grand 19th-century building is set next to the beach, on San Sebastián’s seafront promenade. View was outstanding from balcony!

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    Avg. price/night: $85
    9.0 Awesome 2,709 reviews
  • Hotel Leku Eder

    Hotel Leku Eder

    San Sebastian

    This small, nonsmoking family hotel enjoys stunning sea views from the Monte Igeldo area of San Sebastián. Look out over the dramatic Basque coastline as you enjoy breakfast in its scenic dining room.... Close to bus stop and didn’t need to use car in San Sebastián. Great breakfast. Employees very helpful. Bed was good.

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    Avg. price/night: $60
    9.0 Awesome 1,191 reviews
  • Lasala Plaza Hotel

    Lasala Plaza Hotel

    San Sebastian Old Town, San Sebastian

    Set in San Sebastián, Lasala Plaza Hotel is 262 feet from Calle Mayor, within the Old Town, and also 1640 feet away from Victoria Eugenia Theater. The entire staff was incredibly charming and helpful! The rooftop is beautiful. It is technically a wading pool, not a swimming pool, but still very nice.

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    Avg. price/night: $107
    9.4 Awesome 257 reviews
  • Akelarre - Relais & Châteaux

    Akelarre - Relais & Châteaux

    San Sebastian

    Offering a terrace and spa center, Akelarre is located in San Sebastián, 3.1 mi from Calle Mayor. There are 2 restaurants on site and one of them is awarded with 3 Michelin stars. The views from the Akelarre are truly stunning and the building itself is gorgeous. Even if you aren't staying at the hotel, it's worth a visit for either of the two restaurants, as they served some of the most delicious food I have eaten. To top it all off, Jean Marc and the other staff were wonderful. I highly recommend Akelarre!

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    Avg. price/night: $325
    9.5 Exceptional 256 reviews
  • Maria Cristina, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Sebastian

    Maria Cristina, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Sebastian

    San Sebastian City Center, San Sebastian

    This 5-star hotel is located opposite San Sebastian’s Victoria Eugenia Theater, with views over the Cantabrian Sea and Urumea River. I loved everything about the stay. From the time we arrived to our departure, we were treated like kings. This set the one for the entire trip. The comfort, service and location were impeccable. One fabulous vacation and the Maria Cristina was a big part.

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    Avg. price/night: $335
    9.4 Awesome 888 reviews

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San Sebastian was highly rated for beaches by 627 guests from the United States! San Sebastian Travel Guide

Amazing Coastline and Historical Beauty

San Sebastian is a famous beach resort in the north of Spain with picturesque coastline, vibrant nightlife and amazing Basque gastronomy.

Playa de la Concha is one of the world’s most popular city beaches, ideal for watersports lovers. Rent a surfboard on Zurriola beach or just relax on a cosy lounge chair under your umbrella.

Established as the culinary capital of Spain, San Sebastian features a variety of bars and restaurants serving delicious pintxos (Basque-style tapas), fresh seafood and fine wine. According to Spanish tradition, you should have one tapa and a wine in one bar, then move on to the next bar.

The tree-covered hill standing just across the gulf is called Urgull and has spectacular views over the bay and city. Parte Vieja is the old part of the town where you can mix with the locals and visit some of the city’s most interesting historical attractions.

San Sebastian Airport is located 12 miles east, so it's a short journey into the city itself. offers a choice of accommodations ranging from luxury hotels to guest houses, apartments and budget hostels.