Cheap Hotels in Pamplona
These functional rooms and apartments are located 2 minutes’ walk from Pamplona’s Yamaguchi Park. They offer a TV and free WiFi. Heated rooms at Apartamentos Iruña feature a shared or private bathroom. Some rooms also feature a terrace. Apartments include a well equipped kitchen, lounge and a terrace. Bed linen and towels are provided. There are bars and restaurants within 5 minutes’ walk, and you can catch a bus to the historic centre within 50 metres of Apartamentos Iruña. The property is 1.5 km from the Citadel and you can visit the Pamplona Planetarium in the nearby park, 5 minutes’ walk away. Navarra University is 10 minutes’ walk away. You can catch a bus to San Sebastian 30 metres from Apartamentos Iruña. Puente de la Reina, a important village on the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route, is 20 km away.
Pension Pasadena is a popular choice amongst travelers in Pamplona, whether exploring or just passing through. Featuring a complete list of amenities, guests will find their stay at the property a comfortable one. Luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, tours, elevator are just some of the facilities on offer. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like television LCD/plasma screen, air conditioning, heating, desk, balcony/terrace. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Pension Pasadena is an excellent choice from which to explore Pamplona or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
Hostal Abodi is located in Pamplona, next to Navarra University Clinic and Yamaguchi Park. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen satellite TV and a private bathroom. Hostal Abodi offers rooms and apartments and has a shared lounge with a microwave and a fridge. The Abodi is set on the Santiago Pilgrimage Route. Staff at reception can provide information about what to see and do in Pamplona. You can reach the centre in 5 minutes by car or public transport, or it takes 20 minutes on foot.
Hotels in Pamplona
Even if you're not familiar with the name you'll have seen footage or heard about the festival of San FermÃn which takes over the city for a few days in July. For eight days, herds of bulls clatter along the cobbled streets. There's much more to Pamplona than rampaging bovines, however, and when you book a Pamplona hotel with us you'll discover everything this fiercely proud Basque city has to offer.
Known by the Basques as IruÃ±a, Pamplona began as a secure fortress town that defended this part of Spain from invaders. With its huge citadel, appealing parks and beguiling churches, Pamplona offers much. The Plaza del Castillo (Castle Square), which is the centre of the historic Old Town, is where you'll find chic cafÃ©s and a melange of buildings whose architectural styles straddle centuries. And from here, the twisting lanes make for interesting diversions along which could well find an interesting bar or a quirky old shop.
Walls and walks
The Old Town is encircled by walls and ramparts which provide a wonderful way to get around Pamplona and take in the sights, and enjoy the nearby gardens and parks. There are patches of green all over the city. From the wide paths and sculptures of Taconera Park, to Yamaguchi Park with its Japanese garden, there's plenty of places in which to sit and relax or take a stroll.
Citadel and cathedral
A very visible indication of Pamplona's strategic past is La Ciudadela (The Citadel) which is a well-preserved fortress around which you can walk and enjoy great views of the city and the mountains in the distance. The Neoclassical faÃ§ade of Pamplona Cathedral disguises a magnificent Gothic church wherein you'll find a stunning 13th-century cloister constructed with gorgeous stonework.
Restaurants and cafÃ©s
Pamplona has its fair share of cafÃ©s, restaurants and bars where you can stop for a quick drink or stay longer for a meal and enjoy a refreshing glass of wine or two. The cuisine is varied but with a heavy emphasis on Basque dishes. You'll find all sorts of places to eat, from bakeries to a Michelin-starred restaurant serving Spanish, Italian, fusion and vegetarian. And there's nothing better than a delicious ice cream made in one of the city's parlours.
Shopping in and around Pamplona
There are three municipal markets in the city. Santo Domingo Market, Ensanche Market, ErmitagaÃ±a Market have, between them, over 100 stalls selling high-quality fruit, vegetable and meat among other things. The historic quarter contains a number of independent shops but you'll find most stores on the Mayor, Estafeta, Comedias and Zapateria streets. Most things that you'll need are obtainable in a city which has about 500 shops in total.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Pamplona
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Pamplona?Hotel Tres Reyes Pamplona, NH Pamplona Iruna Park and Pensión El Paseo are some of the popular hotels in Pamplona.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Pamplona?Pension Mari Asun in Pamplona offers one night in a double room at the price of £33.
If I want to stay in the center of Pamplona, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Pamplona are Hostal Navarra, Pensión El Paseo and Hotel Tres Reyes Pamplona.
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