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Hôtel des Pyrénées is a former coaching inn, set just 1312 feet from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port’s citadel. This 4-star hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, an on-site restaurant and free Wi-Fi access. Loved everything…town, hotel, staff, resto. Room was exceptional with closet for each of us, a little foyer, double sinks, separate WC, crisp linens.
Offering a sun terrace, Makila is a pilgrim house located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. Certain rooms include views of the mountain and some are equipped with a private bathroom. Everything was so nice, the guy on the front desk helped us a lot with all the questions we had. The room and the beds are so comfortable because you can have your own space. And we loved the view from the kitchen. It’s so well located and clean.
Located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, Gite de la Porte Saint Jacques: a hostel for pilgrims offers a garden. At the hostel, all rooms come with a terrace. An albergue with a very pleasant atmosphere and a very helpfull and knowledgable host from Australia. A beautiful old building with a perfect location.
Le Chemin vers l'Etoile is a gite hosted by a pilgrim located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, 27 mi from Biarritz and 27 mi from Saint-Jean-de-Luz. The rooms are equipped with a shared bathroom. Extremely friendly and pleasant host. Great location. Nice breakfast
Gite Compostella is located in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Thanks .My jaket I lost there.After a day they sent for mee..Beautiful persons ön the hostel They are for the guest!! Thanks for alls
I have walked the Camino de Santiago several times. St Jean is considered the beginning of the road. In the past I have always had several people traveling with me under time restraint and was not able to begin here, but rather in Spain. It was very exciting to have the opportunity to visit the town. Based on this, St Jean was by far the most exciting stop on my tour of France. The town itself is a small hamlet. Like many of the towns along the Camino, there is a mix of price ranged hotels and lots of places to eat. I was there in May. The owner told me the Hotels close in the winter and the town becomes very quiet. Visually the town is really beautiful.
Charming little town to relax the night before starting the slog over the mountains. Well stocked hiking store and shops to buy cheese and chocolate. Get a good nights sleep because it is straight up tomorrow.
Amazing little town which is usual starting point for Camino hikers. Lots of accommodation and great small stores, cafes and restaurants. Climbing up hills around town provides breathtaking views of the area.
There is surely more to do and see in Saint Jean-Pied-de-Port than we had time for. The Hotel Ramuntcho was perfect in every way. We were in town only for one night before beginning the Camino, and we would have been delighted to stay longer had time allowed.
We went to St Jean because it is the starting point of the French Camino. It is a charming place, lots of good places to stay and eat - though the prices in a cafe we stopped at are a lot higher than in nearby Spain! 5 Euros for a glass of wine compared with 1.5 Euros in Spain!
It’s beautiful little town in a beautiful setting. Well, we ate one of the restaurants where we could sit outside. Unfortunately I’ve forgotten the name of the restaurant. The food was good. The restaurant was quite busy. I gave the cashier €50 and was short changed €20. 🤨
Hands down Eric is the best host! He is funny, helpful, and kindly allowed us to extend our booking while waiting for a package to arrive. The location is absolutely perfect, close to many restaurants and bakeries, and right near the stunning bridge. It’s also right next to the start of the Camino! The hostel itself is in a beautiful old building. I highly recommend staying here for two nights, giving you a day to explore the stunning town before departing. Definitely get the breakfast before your Camino!
Perfect way to start the Camino. The owner was extremely welcoming and such a lovely relaxing spot. A bonus is that you are already on the road up the mountain as the pilgrims all have to pass your accommodation on the morning - head start! Highly recommend!
Our hosts went above and beyond to give us information. In fact Christian picked us up near the Pilgrim’office, showed us how to start the Camino in the morning and a couple of resturants to have dinner. Great breakfast. Great setting.
It’s the first Albergue you see which is wonderful. You will get the warmest welcome from the son or father. Great atmosphere. Worth the €14 for the buffet in the restaurant. They have vino on tap 😍
Loved how clean it was. The breakfast was great and we were made to feel very welcome. It’s proximity to the Camino Frances was great and right next to the Camino admin office.
Loved everything…town, hotel, staff, resto. Room was exceptional with closet for each of us, a little foyer, double sinks, separate WC, crisp linens.
Very quiet pension in a very convenient location in a busy town. Many restaurants nearby, tourism office nearby, all the major sights very close.
This is an excellent starting location for the Camino. Host is very friendly. This was my second stay, and I will stay again in the near future.
The host was incredible, he took his time to talk to us about al the available walking tours and nearby places. Excellent!
The owners are lovely. We were greeted warmly on arrival. The hotel is absolutely spotless and beautifully appointed
Private rooms were affordable and clean! The albergue had a nice living area with fire place which was a plus
Simple accommodation but very clean and functional. Comfortable beds.
Location and experiencing Camino style accommodation