Hotel Palacio del Carmen

Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Medieval Serenity

Those who are hiking the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail will be glad to find the Palacio del Carmen awaiting at journey’s end. It occupies a building that was once the Oblatas convent, adjacent to the site of the old town.

The hotel's design embodies the spirit of the Galician capital, where the Old Town is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 74 guest rooms have an appropriately tranquil-luxe feel, with light-wood floors, exposed beam ceilings, and crisp white linens. Each room has a view of the cathedral or the hotel’s private gardens, and guests can treat their tired feet in the indoor pool and steam room.

Oblatas, s/n, Santiago de Compostela, Spain