Plaza San Pedro
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Bilbao
... churches. The alleyways are brimming with small shops, bakeries and of course pintxos bars. The streets were busy with people bustling about and we stopped to listen to a choir singing outside a church. This time we decided to have a sit down dinner and selected two raciones or sharing dishes: cod baked in garlic butter and a rustic beef stew. Of course accompanied by the requisite half litre of vino tinto. We got up and out of the hotel by ...
... to watch the fireworks. There are fewer people due to the rain so we have an excellent view. The display is brilliant as usual and seems to go on for longer than the norm. Back to the crowded Plaza Nueva where the reggae band is a bit repetitive! We return to Arenal by the bridge for a more upbeat Spanish group who entertain all ages with well known local songs. Back to the hotel around half ...
... tide's out which is what I did. Slipped on the seaweed covered rocks and fell on my **** in front of the locals though which caused great Basque amusement. The Basques are very proud people who have their own language and culture and really don't regard themselves as Spanish or French, so communication isn't so easy especially when they seem to have adopted all the letters in the alphabet in their language that nobody else uses, like X,Z,K etc! So you see words ...
... it was time to give up. Sometimes birthdays are **** because any bad luck seems to be amplified because it's your birthday, and today was one of those days, we'd try again tomorrow. Sunday April 12th Today was a good day. We wanted a coffee and croissant for breakfast, we got one. We wanted to dine at the restaurant for lunch, we dined there. We wanted to go around the Guggenheim, we went around it. We wanted a cocktail in the hotel bar, we had one. We wanted a cone of chips, ...
... to skip the interior of the museum and head straight for old town Bilbao. It started to rain quite hard, so I go on the Eusktren and exited in front of old town. As soon as the step off the tram, I saw these well decorated building with art nouveau and Rocco style. The old town is lined with cobble stone street and lots of souvenir shops. There are plenty of eateries and sweet shops. May be because its winter , there are not so many tourists ...
Other places to stay in Bilbao
Uribarri, Bilbao | 3 star hotelfrom $104
- Location and satisfaction
- A mixed review
- Nice stay at the Nervion
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $90
Begoña, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $85
Abando, Bilbao | 5 star hotelfrom $109
- Great Hotel for touring Bi…
- The impressive Melia, Bilb…
- Excellent hotel at a great price
Abando, Bilbao | 3 star hotelfrom $72
Abando, Bilbao | 5 star hotelfrom $119
- Llegando a Bilbao
- Awesome hotel
- It's Really Very Good!
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $84
- Good value and well locate…
Abando, Bilbao | 5 star hotelfrom $147
San Vicente 6, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $81
- Wonderful Bilbao
- Pleased with our choice
- Good location
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $92
- Au nord de l'Espagne
- Tolles Hotel
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $95
Basurto-Zorrotza, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $78
Abando, Bilbao | 1 star hotelfrom $60
- Comfortable hotel, great v…
Ibaiondo, Bilbao | 3 star hotelfrom $88
- Good in parts
- High tech - Good value - Well placed
- Good place to stay
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $76
Castaños, Bilbao | 3 star hotelfrom $92
Deusto, Bilbao | 3 star hotelfrom $75
- Great hotel
Abando, Bilbao | 5 star hotelfrom $100
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $139
- Excellent place to stay in…
- Overall value for money.
- Wonderful hotel - one of the best
Abando, Bilbao | 4 star hotelfrom $91
- Nice hotel
Gasteiz Bidea 2, Bilbao | Hotelfrom $73
Ibaiondo, Bilbao | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Rekalde, Bilbao | 2 star hotelfrom $65
Abando, Bilbao | Hotelfrom $64