Hotel Pazo de Lestrove
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.
Classical and intimate, its still evident ecclesiastical origins and its refined interior design, a masterly fusion of tradition and modernity, make it a welcoming refuge where you can cleanse
your soul and spirit.
Romantic getaways, business meetings or family celebrations will find in this combination of professionalism, personalised treatment and attention to detail, the commitment that will make