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Accommodation

Santiago has a historical tradition of hospitality; a good example of this is its range of hotels that provide accommodation for thousands of people, distributed among more than 120 establishments, including small charming hotels in the historical quarter and new hotels belonging to well-known chains, which have come to the city in recent years and continue to promote the sector's expansion in recent years.

Visitors will find in the Galician capital a wide range of accommodation, characterised by its capacity to adapt to its guests, who do not have to relinquish any comforts. The hotel network offers visitors the possibility of enjoying a place of rest and leisure during their stay in Compostela.

 

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17 results found

  Name Type Subtype Category
Q Quality Quality Sicted A Casa da Torre Branca Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
A Fonte do Souto Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa da Igrexa Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa da Pastora Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa das Corredoiras Rural Tourism  Group-C (Farmhouse)
Casa de Bola Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa de Trillo Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa Grande de Cornide Rural Tourism  Group-A (Stately Home)
Dog Friendly Casa Grande do Bachao Rural Tourism  Group-A (Stately Home)
Casa Lucas Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa Peón de Pardaces Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Dog Friendly Casa Río Sarela Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Casa rural O Folgo Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Finca de San Lorenzo Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Os Vilares Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Palleira da Curiscada Rural Tourism  Group-B (Country House)
Pazo Xan Xordo Rural Tourism  Group-A (Stately Home)