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The beginning of the Landa dates back to 1959. A little restaurant was opened 2 km outside Burgos where travellers used to refresh themselves on their journey along the road which, despite its faults, was then the main route linking the capital with the north of Spain. The commitment of the Landa family to the hotel business dates back to the beginning of the 20th century with the "Real Club de Puerta de Hierro" in Madrid and "La Perla" in San Sebastian, and later with "La Gran Taberna", also in Madrid. The Landa started out during hard times for the Spanish hotel business in non urban areas; the hotel, its various extensions, the tower, the pool, the square... Were incorporated later on, little by little.
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What an amazing hotel. The entrance is stunning and the rooms are first class with real linen bed sheets. Just wonderful apart from the restaurant which unfortunately was poor. Food was fair but service wasn’t what you would expect from an up market restaurant. Will...More
Conveniently located just off the autovia but quite far from the city centre. Lots of free parking & a superb hotel within a genuine castle. Reception rooms & accommodation were fantastic & the hotel is situated within its own well kept grounds. Breakfast was a...More
Easily one of the most unique hotels we have stayed during our travels in Spain. Built some 50 years ago, the hotel has retained much of it's originality. The rooms however are first class. Be aware that the hotel is quite a way out of...More
We first visited The Landa Palace 6 years ago and loved it.
Finally able to return and enjoy this 5 star luxury.
We were welcomed at reception and then showed to our room on the first floor, with balcony, overlooking the pool. Beautiful room, fabulous...More
I would recommend the bar for a “folk” lunch plenty of local products. Much cheaper than the restaurant and best choice to get the right hint on the spot. Fried eggs with morcilla, local cheese, sandwiches, ..., whatever!