If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, look no further than Hostal Rey Pedro I.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a desk, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to room service, baggage storage, and newspaper while staying at Hostal Rey Pedro I. In addition, Hostal Rey Pedro I offers a lounge, which will help make your Santo Domingo de la Calzada trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While in Santo Domingo de la Calzada, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hostal Rey Pedro I, including Restaurante Los Caballeros (0.1 mi), Casa Amparo (0.0 mi), and Braseria Gran Ferreteria (0.1 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Catedral de El Salvador de Santo Domingo de la Calzada (0.2 mi), Ermita de la Virgen de la Plaza (0.1 mi), and Ayuntamiento Santo Domingo De La Calzada (0.2 mi), which are some popular Santo Domingo de la Calzada attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Hostal Rey Pedro I looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Rooms OK. Location v good central. Has lift for heavy luggage etc. Get a room facing back as fronts onto main road. Breakfast was the most pitiful of the entire Camino. Mostly plastic wrapped breads and even plastic wrapped cheese slices... In this country!
Stayed there whilst walking the Camino Frances. My room was pretty good with a shower. Welcomed by the receptionist who gave me the key to the front door in case it was closed later on. As shown above the restaurants are just along the road, no more than 100 meters away and there are lots of them where it was pleasant eating outside in the sun. Breakfast in the hotel was very good and then it was only a short walk back to the Camino in the morning.
Hostal Rey Pedro I is a quaint hotel just a couple of streets to the right of the Camino and the cathedral of Santo Domingo. It is one one of the main streets where there is a plaza with numerous tapas bars and restaurants. Just one street behind the hostal and you are back in the old town with many stores and Mercados. We love staying at Hostal Rey Pedro because it’s clean and located close to everything pertaining to the Camino Frances. Pedro and Anna are great hosts for Camino Pilgrims.
The lady at the front desk tried to charge me 1 euro for calling a taxi, then looked really self-satisfied at my shock. I’m a pilgrim that ran into trouble and was exhausted, wearing my pack, and sick. If that’s the kind of exploitive staff behaviour you want, try this place. Otherwise stay elsewhere.
The hostal is right on the main street, but everything typically gets quiet here between 10 and 11 pm, so the location wouldn’t usually be an issue. That is, of course, unless you have the misfortune to be there on a night when there is a concert 1/2 block from your window. The concert began at 7 pm and ended at 3 am, and the last drunks had staggered home by 4 am, so there was time for a 2-hr nap before getting up for another long, hot day on the Camino. Apart from the concert, over which the hostal had no control, we were happy with our private rooms and baths, as well as the breakfast, which was heartier than the typical breakfast that is served along the Camino. The hotel is on the edge of the old city and close to shops and a self-service laundromat, so you can re-supply and leave the next morning wearing clothes you did NOT wash out in a sink. …