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CAN67 - Santander (Cantabria)

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  • Location: Santander (Cantabria)
  • Classification: Central Hotel
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  • Capacity: 51 en-suite rooms
  • Distances:

    Bilbao- 67 miles, Potes- 69 miles, Oviedo- 129 miles.

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In the most privileged area of Santander, overlooking the bay and by the seaside of Puerto Chico, This hotel is ideal for leisure guest.

This small charming hotel was built in 1998 and totally refurbished in 2003. Decorated in a modern boutique style and ideally located for those who enjoy a stroll into town or one of the lively areas of Santander, with a wide range of eating and shopping places.

The “Palacio de Festivales de Cantabria”, the Museum “Marítimo del Cantábrico”, or the “Centro de Alto Rendimiento de Vela Príncipe Felipe” are just a few metres away from the hotel

Paseo de Castelar, where the hotel is located, will take you to the beach area where you will be amazed by the view “One of the most beautiful bays in the world”.

Additional information

Santander opens out to the sea. It is a peaceful, cosy city of less than two hundred thousand inhabitants; though that number swells considerably in the summer months. The city is located on the northern end of a large bay formed by the Magdalena Peninsula and the Arenal de Somo. 

In the mid-nineteenth century, Santander became fashionable with the Spanish aristocracy who came to bathe in the sea and to pass the summer season on the Cantabrian coast.  Around the Sardinero, with its three beautiful beaches (joined into one single beach at low tide), these aristocrats established an elegant colony of villas and mansions which still give the town its character today.

In 1941 much the old town of Santander was consumed by fire. It was then rebuilt in the modern style of te time, with many parks, broad avenues and public spaces such as the Plaza Porticada (Porticoed Square) and Paseo de Pereda (Pereda Promenade). Among the most important sights in the city is the Gothic Cathedral, characterised by its austere style. It is found on an elevated part of town which originally was the entrance to the port and which was built over the ruins of a pre-existing Roman settlement which can be observed in the Romanic chapel of Santo Cristo.

Santander combines an urban environment with what is essential in Cantabria: beaches, countryside, nature, gastronomy and culture. The city is organised around a large natural port, used since before the Roman Empire. The surrounding landscape is privileged, with wide, open, green spaces and beaches, especially the areas of Matalenas, Sardinero and La Magdalena.


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