Hotel Santillana

Address: C. Santo Domingo 1, Santillana del Mar, Cantabria, 39330, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on C. Santo Domingo 1, Santillana del Mar, is near Altamira Museum and Altamira Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Santillana Santillana del Mar

Reviewed by mmbcross

Lovely historical hotel

Reviewed Jul 28, 2013
by (16 reviews) Miami Springs , United States Flag of United States

This hotels calls itself a museum, and the furniture in the public rooms attests to this. A charming hotel with lots of public space, reasonable sized rooms and bathrooms, good service, generous continental breakfast included in the price, free internet and WIFI, located right at the entrance to the historical centre.
Negatives are proximity to a busy highway (double windows virtually eliminate the noise, but as there is no A/C, on a warm days you need to open the windows). There is limited parking. If you don't arrive in time there will be no space and you'll have to park in paid lots nearby.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Santillana Santillana del Mar

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Travel Blogs from Santillana del Mar

A Visit to the North

A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Oct 08, 2014

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... beach on the Atlantic. We lucked into sunshine and warm fall air. We spent the afternoon and evening in Santillana del Mar, an authentic medieval town with winding cobblestones and half-timbered buildings. Our hotel was a stone-walled collection of slanted floors, odd furniture and creepy old paintings, right out of a movie set.

We left early Friday morning to head to Bilbao. We trusted the Marquis (our GPS) but – oh boy! ...

Heading home

A travel blog entry by cornishcaravan on Oct 08, 2014

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... with the van is to be on the road at 8AM and then travel for blocks of 2 hours with a 30 minute,60 minute and 30 minute break. Over the years we have done various routes and times but have found that this is what suits us. The journey to Santander was really enjoyable due to the scenery the quiet roads and knowing that we would be at Santander with a lovely meal on the boat to look forward to on the same day was a real ...

Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 22, 2014

And so we made our way through rain and fog over the mountains to Santander where, fortunately, there was an 80% chance of it not raining. And it didn't. Much. We found a cafe not far from the port and had a snack lunch and then the Eagles went off in search of something and the leaders headed back to the port where, surprisingly, they had already started loading. Being just in time, and being ...

Dublin to Navarette

A travel blog entry by ohaganm on Aug 28, 2014

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... Navarette about 8km from Logrono. By 9 we were only on outskirts, through that big park area and the sun was setting. We were heading into countryside but it was really too late to walk further. A lovely Spanish lady out walking her dog rang a taxi for us. Arrived in hostel El Cantaro 9.30. Room crammed with 6 bunks. Smallest room on Camino so far. Not much sleep, people up and about all ...

Santander Spain-to biert France

A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Aug 18, 2014

... familiar names - looking at the sat nav I was now riding in a north west direction - ouch the sat nav was taking me back to the to coast in a big loop...through northern Spain towards Bilbao... Stopped for coffee reviewed map now heading for ...Pamplona, think I rode close to there yesterday. Looked at a mountain route off crossing the Pyrenees motorway having spent around 20 euros in tolls in a very short distance (it all adds up) however more importantly not much fun. ...