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Unique Rooms at Parador de Santiago de Compostela

ANTIGUO ARCHIVO DEL HOSPITAL Room

Guests may enjoy a peaceful and comfortable stay in room 123, built in 1798 by the administrator of the hospital, Nicolás de Neyra, to house his offices and archives. The hall leads on to the bedroom via a few stone steps. The bedroom houses a large and comfortable 1.5 metre-wide double four poster bed. The vaulted ceiling and the stone wall are real highlights, lending a welcoming touch to the atmosphere at this unique charming hotel.
 

CARDENAL Room

Known as the Cardinal Suite in honour of the Galician bishop Quiroga Palacias, it is seen as being one of the finest bedrooms in the building. The stunning Mudéjar coffered ceiling and other valuable pieces, such as the 17th-century friar's chair made with golden thread and the Baroque painting of Santa Dorotea, are a wonder to behold. The room has two double four poster beds (each measuring 1.5 m.), a chimney and coffered ceiling, as well as a full bathroom suite and hydro-message shower.
 

REAL Room

The Real Suite is located on the main façade of the building, overlooking the monumental Plaza de Obradoiro. To the foreground is the Xelmírez Palace, being a continuation of the Cathedral's Baroque façade, followed by San Xerome Palace and Raxoi Palace - Santiago Town Hall. The room has a double half tester bed (2 m.) and also an impressive living room with a balcony and a coffered ceiling. There is also a full bathroom suite with hydro-massage to enjoy at this charming hotel
 

SAN LUCAS Room

Guests may enjoy a peaceful and comfortable stay in room 124, built in 1798 by the administrator of the hospital, Nicolás de Neyra, to house his offices. The hall leads on to the bedroom via a few stone steps. The bedroom houses a large and comfortable 1.5 metre-wide double four poster bed. The vaulted ceiling and the stone wall are real highlights, lending a welcoming touch to the charming atmosphere
 

About Parador of Parador de Santiago de Compostela :
Praza do Obradoiro, 1
Santiago de Compostela, A Coruna 15705

The hotel was built as a royal hospital in 1499 to accommodate pilgrims traveling to Santiago. Today, it continues to invite visitors to enjoy a city that is as universal as it is fascinating. Inside this Parador Museum, considered the oldest hotel in the world, you will discover four beautiful cloisters, elegant rooms, spectacular guest rooms and a luxurious dining room that offers fish and meat prepared in the Galician style, along with classic apple filloas (a type of crêpe) and crème brûlée.

Santiago is a magical city of almost indescribable beauty, where you will not only look, but you will also feel. In addition to the cathedral and the spectacular Obradoiro and Quintana squares, other sights include Santa María A Real do Sar Collegiate Church. Together with the cathedral, this is the church that has preserved the largest part of its original Romanesque stonework and it has an interior with lovely proportions. There is also the Renaissance Colegio de Fonseca (Fonseca School) and the magnificent San Martiño Pinario Monastery. These are just some of the places well worth visiting in the city's fine historic district.

The charm and the hustle and bustle of Abastos Market in the morning; the beautifully maintained Alameda Park, which boasts spectacular views of the old quarter; the church, convent and park of San Domingos de Bonaval, home to the Pantheon of Illustrious Galicians; and the green spaces around the capital, extending all the way to the sea, just half an hour away, will guide you through this city brimming with history and beauty. It marks the end of the Camino (Way of St. James) and the start of a one-of-a-kind experience we invite you to enjoy in exceptional accommodations, the Parador de Santiago.

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