Hotels in Santiago de Compostela and Galicia
Housed in a mansion built in the 18th century on the ruins of a Renaissance building, the Airas Nunes is named after a 13th-century Compostela troubadour, who wrote unforgettable “cantigas” (songs) featuring love and mockery.
At the entrance you will find a check in machine 24 h. to collect the key to get into your room. You will only need your reservation number, ID or passport and credit card with chip and pin code.
This pleasant hotel, the former home of one of Compostela’s bourgeois families in the mid-20th century, enjoys a privileged location: two hundred metres from the Cathedral and alongside the famous Alameda Park, Santiago’s most important reference point for walking and leisure.
A warm friendly hotel, it occupies a classified building inside Compostela’s historic-artistic district, only 150 metres from the Cathedral, just a few steps from Santiago’s Alameda Park. This area was recently remodelled to humanise the architectural surroundings with pedestrian spaces and terraces, where you can watch tourists and pilgrims of all nationalities pass by.
This emblematic 16th-century building, a recreational mansion that used to belong to Compostela’s archbishops, was erected on a walled plot of land measuring 50,000 m2 with woodland and gardens. It is only 300 metres from the historic town of Padrón, where the Nobel Prize-winner Camilo José Cela was born and the last residence of the great Galician writer Rosalía de Castro.