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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

Provides you with basic facilities in an excellent setting. Walking distance from all there is to see.
Food served in the restaurant was also excellent. What was lacking? Perhaps a TV and a mirror? But good value for money.

Stayed: March 2018, traveled solo
Thank Elmarie J
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Reviewed 23 March 2018

At the Hospedería San Martín Pinario you can enjoy the unforgettable experience of living in a XVIth century monastery -- although I visited the place for lunch.

Enjoy a meal in a place where every stone speaks of history. You will be served by monks.

This Hospederia has two restaurants, do not miss a meal here - it's so reasonable for a 3 course meal -- just €12.00 includes wine and a litre of water with coffee with your dessert.

Room Tip: Ate here -- did not stay.
Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
1  Thank WT8989
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Reviewed 25 October 2017

My stay was enjoyable, but my tastes for this trip were those of a pilgrim. If you're looking for three or four-star digs, this is not your place. HOWEVER, if you're happy being somewhere unique, this is the place. Great staff, very affordable room rate includes buffet breakfast, bed made up and towel changed every day... which frankly surprised me.

Room Tip: I was on the fourth floor and it was quiet with an excellent view.
  • Stayed: October 2017, traveled solo
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Thank DecoDoppler
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Reviewed 17 October 2017

After weeks of mostly staying in bunk bed dormitories while treking the Camino de Santiago, the prospect of private room in a stately converted monastery seemed appealing.

The good points:

Great location in the old city just across from the Cathedral.
Low price - the pilgrim rooms on the top floor are € 23 including breakfast.
Lounge, bar, and garden courtyard
Hotel services such as wake up (there are no phones in the rooms, so the night clerk knocks on your door at the requested time) and ordering an airport taxi.

Not so good points:

The rooms are very small, sparse, and monastic as befitting a pilgrim. In my room, neither the plumbing nor the window blinds were fully functional.

There is no WiFi router on the pilgrim floor. You have to go to a lower floor to get connectivity.

The breakfast buffet is ample but not particularly good or a good value, nor is the menu del día for lunch or dinner. There are numerous nearby restaurants and cafes, which are better.

Some of the staff at the reception desk and dining room were courteous and helpful, some curt and impatient.

In Sum:

Fine for a solo pilgrim, at the end of the Camino. With a bit of shopping, you can find nicer accommodations for a few euros more. The location is hard to beat. Skip the restaurant.

Room Tip: The pilgrim (perigrino) rooms sell out. One generally needs to book in advance.
  • Stayed: October 2017, traveled solo
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1  Thank P B
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Reviewed 6 October 2017

This hotel has amazing atmosphere as an old converted monastery. It was in a great location right behind the cathedral.The staff in reception spoke good English but were a little ""stiff. We found the breakfast and cafeteria staff rude on occasions. Breakfast was very basic for such a iconic hotel Our room was quite small with little room for our bags. The cupboard was the smallest I have ever seen and was only about 20cm deep!

  • Stayed: September 2017, traveled with friends
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Thank HarlowPerth
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