Hostel | Calle Padre José García, nº 17, Ezcaray, Spain 26280
- Air Conditioning
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Secure lockers
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Washing machines
- Wheelchair accessible
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 7 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 14:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00
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Private Single Ensuite Garden View
Private Double Ensuite Garden View
About Palacio Azcarate
The Azcárate Palace Hotel grounds include gardens which conserve the traditional image of the area by retaining the flora native to the area.
In an annex to the main building there is an ancient cedar tree whose remarkable features are its size, approximately 28 meters high, and its sculptural beauty.
The other garden, found in the area of a second annex where the cafeteria and the suite are located, covers a beautiful area where a characteristic species, whose popular name is “The lover’s tree”, has been conserved. Much of the original metalwork has also been preserved on windows and doors, along with two impressive gates that allow access to the garden.
All the bedrooms overlook the gardens and surroundings. They are well-lit and equipped with all the necessary comforts to guarantee that you fully enjoy your stay.
The hotel has sixteen double bedrooms, two single bedrooms and one double bedroom with Jacuzzi.
All rooms come with bathroom along with hairdryer, free minibar, air conditioning, heating, Internet connection, telephone, and color satellite TV and safe.
Cooking is an art, like all arts, it is experienced through the senses, of sight, smell, and above all taste.
The San Lorenzo Restaurant offers exquisite dishes combining traditional and modern cuisine whilst remaining loyal to local produce.
The wine cellar has a wide selection of Rioja wines and other national and international names that will satisfy the connoisseur’s palate.
Valdezcaray is a ski station situated on the foothills of mount San Lorenzo, where you can enjoy the mountain and practice sports as varied as skiing and snow boarding…
The station is classified as medium, although it is the largest in the Iberian system.
The station at Valdezcaray has a total of 12 runs (4 green, 4 blue, 3 red and 1 black) which are served by a total of 7 lifts with a capacity of 14 960 people/hour.
Hiking is a healthy option for actively getting to know the natural surroundings, following tracks and pathways that give peace and quiet to the hiker.
The Ezcaray town council has collaborated in the preparation of different pathways that go through some of the more emblematic parts of the area.
The majority of these monasteries date back to the middle ages and they are essential in order to understand the history of La Rioja, because of the influence they exerted on this region during the second millennium.
The monasteries of Suso and Yuso, situated in San Millan de la Cogolla, are the most famous because of their importance in the birth of the Castilian language. Other monasteries like the one in Valvanera, Santa Maria la Real and Cañas etc are dotted around the region.
As well as their historic and artistic value, these monasteries continue being a focal point for the Christian faith.
La Rioja is also an important stage in the Pilgrim Route to Santiago de Compostela, where you will come across many pilgrims and be able to share your experiences.
Visit the vestiges of the Visigods, Celtíberos, Muslims and Christians. Advance in time and discover the roots of our language, Castilian Spanish, in the monastery at San Millan de la Cogolla. Be enthralled by the solemnity and magnitude of the monasteries, castles, convents, churches, cathedrals and hermitages.
Travel the Camino de Santiago, the point of encounter of all European cultures where legend and history leave their mark along the way.
Chat sat around the dinner table in the company of people who welcome the traveler as a friend, savor the homegrown fruits and vegetables and toast with unique wines. It is an experience that the visitor will always remember with a fond smile.
La Rioja is an exceptionally good region to grow wine in. The history of La Rioja has been linked to this activity since the monks from the monasteries started to spread the culture of wine.
The countryside of La Rioja Alta is dotted with vineyards.
n La Rioja you will find bodegas of world-renowned fame, as well as the traditional family run bodegas that produce wine of high quality.