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Hotels in Zaragoza

Zaragoza is a fine Roman city that was originally known as Salduie and still features the remains of its Roman theatre. This vibrant city, which is the capital of the Aragon region of Spain, also benefits from fast high-speed railway services and excellent motorway links to Barcelona and Madrid.

Zaragoza is also revered for its exquisite restaurants, enchanting La Seo cathedral, which is just one of numerous buildings include in the Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon UNESCO World Heritage Site.

La Seo Cathedral

One of Zaragoza's cathedrals, La Seo, officially named the Catedral de San Salvador, has stood over the city for more than 800 years and has multiple architecture styles, from Gothic and Romanesque to Renaissance, Baroque and Mudéjar. The site was an important forum during the Roman period, and held numerous crowning ceremonies for the Kings of Aragon in the late Middle Ages.

The Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar

Zaragoza's other cathedral, the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar is much more modern than La Seo and dates back to the late-17th century, although it is certainly no less aesthetically pleasing. The current building replaced a much older structure that had existed since the Roman period, and was fortunate enough to avoid damage from the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s.

The Palace of Aljafería

This fortified former Islamic palace was built more than 900 years ago and is one of the most historically significant European Islamic landmarks in existence. The Palace of Aljafería is also noted for its prominent Troubadour Tower, and was, for many years, a royal residence.

The Church of San Pablo

Another iconic Mudéjar site, San Pablo dates back to the late Middle Ages and received a new Mudéjar tower in the 14th century. The building was also extended in the 18th century, when new chapels were erected, although it is possible that the original towers were designed in the 11th century.

Dining in Zaragoza – a few ideas

For some delightful contemporary dishes, you can dine at La Senda restaurant, or try the Birolla 4 restaurant or Au Alba for some wonderful Spanish recipes that will satisfy all appetites. Other highly rated restaurants in Zaragoza include the international-themed Contigo Pan y Cebolla, and the Restaurante Antonio and El Pequeno Cascanueces serving more divine Spanish food.


If you're looking for value-for-money Zaragoza hotels, you might want to consider the Silken Reino de Aragon Hotel, the NH Collection Gran Hotel de Zaragoza, or the Hotel Reina Petronila, all of which offer comfortable, stylish accommodation. Other great places to stay include the majestic Hotel Orienta, the very affordable Eurostars Rey Fernando 4, and the deluxe and conveniently located Catalonia El Pilar hotel.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Zaragoza

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Zaragoza?

The best hotels to stay in Zaragoza are NH Collection Gran Hotel de Zaragoza and Hesperia Zaragoza Centro.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Zaragoza?

Albergue Zaragoza Hostel in Zaragoza offers one night in a double room at the price of £30.

What are the best hotels in Zaragoza near the center?

NH Collection Gran Hotel de Zaragoza, Hesperia Zaragoza Centro and Apartamentos Turísticos Reyes Católicos are located in the central neighborhood of Zaragoza.

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