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Real Sociedad – hotels

(unless stated all prices are per person per night based on two people sharing a
twin or double room. They can be booked through booking.com
on a pay-on-arrival basis. All bookings can be cancelled for free up to 24 hours
before arrival)

Hotel Avenida

Bargain – £30
While the Hotel Avenida, at Paseo de Igueldo, is a bit out of the way, i
t is a very good hotel and a good place to stay if you’re on a budget.

It’s halfway up a mountain overlooking the city and has its own swimming pool and gym, as well as a restaurant and a bar.

Each of the 50 rooms have a work desk, heating, free toiletries and a minibar.
Best for location - £57

The three-star Hotel Niza, at Zubieta 56, is a decent place to stay while visiting the city.

It’s near the coast and the town centre and right near a beach. There’s a hotel restaurant, a great bar and free Wi-Fi.

Each of the 40 rooms come with heating, Sky TV and free toiletries. Some rooms come with a sea view. Breakfast costs £10.40 per person per day extra.

Luxury – £50

A room at the Astoria7

One superb oasis of the city is the four-star Hotel Astoria7, which is s a little on the pricey side but is worth it.

Each year, San Sebastian hosts a film festival and this hotel is themed around it.

There is a restaurant, a bar, a lounge (showing films) and also a gym.

Each of the 102 rooms come with air conditioning, heating, a work desk, free toiletries,  DVD player, Sky TV and a minibar. Breakfast costs £12.87 per person per day.

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5 comments to Real Sociedad – hotels

  • Mark

    What hotels is everyone booking into in San Sebastain? Just done a quick search and prices still decent in city centre. Wouldn’t mind getting 1 where most reds are staying, cheers

  • stewart

    Hotel terminus for four of us

  • Andy Dearden

    I live here now very close to San Sebastián and has spoken to the owner of an Irish pub 2 minutes walk to the ground and he has assured me he will designate the bar to United if we can assure him people will come.
    It’s a great pub and serve lagers and Bulmers cider.
    It’s a got a huge space outside for singing and good old wooden floors inside.I just need some feedback from fans if they are interested and I can let him know.
    Let me know chaps and we can nail a pub down close to the ground.

  • Charlie

    That’s decent of you Andy but I doubt you will get a large number confirming, reds will just rock up pissed and make it a red bar.

  • James


    Any advice on free parking in Sab Sebastian? Had a look online and it doesnt look to straightforward? Apparently there are free park and rides, but my Spanish isnt up to much.