could have been a little hard to find, but once there the hotel was great in every aspect, attention to detail was amazing.
I would find it difficult to criticize, perhaps a English speaking news channel on TV.
peter from Yorkshire England
Palacio Guendulain, 4-star hotel in central Pamplona , is located in a 18th century's palace, transformed into a magnificent …More
Booked this hotel at very short notice due to change of travel plan, we were travelling with three dogs and it is not easy to find a hotel that will accommodate pets - top marks for Hotel Noain. We were greeted by a very friendly, helpful receptionist (both those we met spoke English).
The rooms were clean and comfortable, would thoroughly recommend this hotel for a short stay.
Jean from S W France
This hotel is located in Elorz (Noain), close to La Morea Shopping Center, Estadio Reyno de Navarra, and Public University of …More
Nice staff. Beautiful room with views to mountains and green landscapes. Ultra modern features like door keys, telephone and TV. Beautiful pool and a very confortable sauna area. 15 minutes walk to the center of Pamplona.
Carlos from Italy
Situated near the airport, in Pamplona, this hotel is close to Plaza de Toros, Pamplona City Hall, and Plaza del Castillo …More
We were toward the end of a month long driving trip around Spain and Portugal and each Medieval town seemed better than the last. We only planned one night in Pamplona at this hotel and it should have been more. Finding it by car was a challenge as we could see it but had to be encouraged to drive across full square block plaza with no other cars on it, to the door.
It is totally a renovated boutique hotel with Hemingway and older history memorabilia everywhere. Our room was on the 4th floor with a small balcony right over a narrow street where the bulls run in July. I can't imagine a better place to experience that. Visit it anytime but especially during the Running of the Bulls. We might someday.
George & Kim from Vero Beach, FL
Housed in an emblematic building in the very heart of the city, the Gran Hotel La Perla is a historic 5 star hotel in …More
The Hotel is situated close to the old town and an excellent park behind it well worth a walk through. I stayed at this hotel last year and I was pleased then. I have been equally pleased this year. If you want to park at the hotel make sure you book. For half the hotel charge there is an underground car park about 1k from the Hotel signposted as Baluarte. The Hitel recommended this as their parking was full.
Iruña Palace Hotel Tres Reyes is an exclusive 4 star hotel located by the Taconera Gardens, right in the centre of …More
Came to the hotel to do the running of the bulls. Staff was very friendly giving me tips on where to be and when. Biggest complaint is the location. It required a bus ride to get into town and the bus schedule is not followed closely as I often waited an hour before giving up and getting a cab. There is nothing close to the hotel.
Room and overall hotel was very modern and nicely decorated. Bed was a little hard, but this seems common among Spanish hotels.
Andía Hotel is located 5 minutes from the centre of Pamplona , the capital of Navarre in northern Spain, famous for its …More
Pamplona is the capital of Navarra, one of the Baske regions in Spain. It was a medieval town in the path of the Camino de Santiago coming from South France accross the Pyrenees and then Westward toward Santiago the Compostela. The Spanish section of the Camino (Catholic pilgrimage) uses to start here. Also, every July 7th the youth of Pamplona run the bulls on the streets of the old city, ending on the central square.
Access to the city is great but getting to the hotel, in the heart of the medieval town, is a nightmare, even with GPS. Call the hotel and let them know where you are and they will guide you. I missed one turn because I didn't understand the GPS and had to go around another couple of blocks to get back to my previous spot. Back there we learned that the hotel was in front of us but we didn't see it across the trees and a small open courtyard in the middle of the medieval town.
The building is a XIX century nunnery turned full fare hotel. Good facilities, including parking (reserve a parking spot beforehand) but a little convoluted due to the nunnery basic layout. The restaurant is in the old chapel, which gives it an air of grandiosity.
Norberto from Corpus Christi, TX
The Puerta del Camino is located in the heart of Pamplona, in a quiet corner of the centre less than 200 m from the buzzing …More