Trade a pool for history at this, one of San Sebastian’s grandest hotels. When the hotel was built in 1912 overlooking the city’s River Urumea, San Sebastian was already well established as a fashionable resort for royalty and the upper classes. But the belle époque hotel, named after the mother of the then King Alfonso XIII, sealed its position as a must-visit destination. After an extensive refurbishment which updated the hotel’s bones without crushing any of its flair, the hotel is in better shape than ever before in its lifetime. Pared-back elegance and modish luxury match the low-key, intimate but exceptional service, meaning there is no better choice in this part of Spain when it comes to finding somewhere to stay.
Gastronomes will delight in a visit to San Sebastian, a 16 Michelin-starred city. In recent years, the hotel has attracted a similarly talented chef to run a pop-up restaurant alongside its regular the Café Saigon. The concierges will work hard to secure you a reservation wherever you wish to dine, but one thing’s certain – you won’t go home hungry.
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