See why so many travellers make Abadia Camino de Santiago Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Burgos. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Mirador del Castillo (1.3 mi) and Catedral De Burgos (1.4 mi) make Abadia Camino de Santiago Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Burgos.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Abadia Camino de Santiago Hotel offer air conditioning.
Guests of Abadia Camino de Santiago Hotel are also welcome to enjoy breakfast, located on site.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to Cerveceria Morito. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Viva la Pepa, Bar Restaurante Nuevo Cid, or Los Bizcochos de Carol.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Parque de la Isla (1.0 mi) and Hospital del Rey (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
At Abadia Camino de Santiago Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Burgos.
We booked to stay overnight and we were pleased with our stay. Staff was very friendly and helpful, our room was very clean and seems recently refurbished and breakfast was good as well. They have a paid private parking and it was one of the reasons we choose here and I can say it was a good choice.
Huge disappointment and high risk to your health. In times of COVID pandemic, the cleanliness factor should be of extreme concern to the host. We found eyelashes, fur and hair on pillows, sheets on the bottom and top, sink, toilet and bathtub, floor, as shown in the photos. We arrived late and very tired from the trip, but all the dirt found was presented to reception the next day. One of the bath towels was completely destroyed. A shame and a huge offense to the guest. Beds are reasonable in comfort. Breakfast is paid but with low quality products, despite the published photos. Even the photos do not represent the current state of the hotel that needs renovations. We asked to speak to the management, but there is only one reception employee who can't solve anything. We left our name and our e-mail address but after almost 1 month no contact occurred. Escape the hassles by avoiding this inn.…
We stayed one night on the way home, the hotel is located on the university area, calm neighbourhood, 20 minutes walking to city center and easy to find parking place . Room was nice, clean and comfortable, staff was really friendly and nice. I certainly recommend it
This was a quick pit stop hotel so we looked for ‘cheap’ but good. At £53 including breakfast it was cheap! The hotel was nice looking and clean inside. Rooms were spacious and clean. Bed was hard and ‘springy’ and not comfy for long. Breakfast was ok, bread, jams, ‘cheap’ croissants, cakes, tea/coffee. It seemed quiet Neil the bin arrived in the early hours of the morning. I think it’s only quiet as the area is quiet. We went next door to El Plazza for dinner. It’s a student hangout and not brilliant. Overall ok/average but we wouldn’t stay again.
On a motorcycling trip through Spain, was looking for places with Secure Parking. This place has an underground locked carpark for 6€ a night. Rooms were immaculate, shower very good, bed comfortable. Staff very good. Bar next door very pleasant. Plenty of places to eat within a short distance. 45 mins walk to the old part of town. All for €50 a room (double or twin). Would thoroughly recommend.
This hotel is not very close to the centre, however, it is within walking distance (25 minutes) through a nice park. The rooms are comfortable and very clean and during the night it is not specially noisy. It has different options for dinner or drinks very close. The parking entrance / exit is very narrow, but the parking places are big enough for any car. The breakfast was good with enough options. The staff was very helpful with us.
On route to mojacar,wanted a clean hotel with parking (which was extra but secure).This is a basic hotel without restaurant,but found small bar down road who did great tapas.Breakfast was Spanish style, but plenty of it. Basic but clean good for the price we paid. Did not go into Burgos as a little too far.
Stayed here for one night en route from Portugal to France. We had a triple room which was just about large enough. Everything was clean, no air conditioning but it was quite chilly at night even in August. Pretty basic but was comfortable enough. A 20 minute walk out of town, along the river. In a quiet residential area, although a number of small children came out to play underneath our room at around midnight! Would probably not choose to stay here for any more than a couple of days or if we were not on a tight budget but it suited us for one night. And we really liked Burgos which was interesting as well as buzzing on a Friday evening.
We wanted to get outside central Burgos before stopping while walking the Camino, and this was a good choice. The room was clean and comfortable. It felt more like a hotel than the other smaller hotels that we stayed at. They do not serve a meal except for breakfast, which was more abundant than the toast and coffee that we were accustomed to at many locations along the Camino. With them not serving a meal, the choices of nearby locations are limited and not real good choices. When I returned home, when reviewing my credit card choices, I saw I had been charged for our room through booking.com and by the hotel. I questioned this with my credit card, and it was promptly refunded.
Stopped over on the way to Santander from Valencia. Hotel is very comfortable and the rooms are adequately furnished. Only problem being the small size of the parking spaces in the underground car park.