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Emblematic Hotel in Barrio Salamanca District

Hotel DoorThis stunning four star hotel is located in the Barrio Salamanca district, a popular financial and shopping area close to the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Museums. It’s a great choice for business and leisure travellers, as it couples a fantastic location with first class service and facilities.

Guests at this hotel can enjoy air conditioning, banqueting, currency exchange, 24-hour reception and wireless internet connection.

Rooms are beautifully decorated and come with cable TV, telephone, en-suite bathrooms, work desks with lamps, hairdryers and mini bars.

For business visitors, there are conference rooms, photocopying, translation services and meeting rooms.

When it comes to unwinding at the end of a long day, you’ll find that this property offers everything you need for the ultimate in relaxation. You can take your pick from the Jacuzzi, Turkish baths, massage, sauna and solarium.

A lovely hotel that attracts repeat guests back time and time again, making a booking here is a decision that you won’t regret.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Teatro Liceo is one of the most popular theatres in Salamanca, and it stages a variety of dramas and musicals that are suitable for all ages. Book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment and secure the best deals.

For romance

The surrounding areas of the town are filled with natural beauty. For a peaceful day out with a loved one, go trekking in the mountains.

For culture

Prado Museum is the main Spanish national art museum and features one of the world’s finest collections of European art, spanning from the 12th to the 19th century. It’s open seven days a week and gets especially busy at weekends, so go early to avoid the crowds.

For shopping

If you like bargain hunting, look out for the flea market located on Rector Esperabe near the river. You can buy clothes, shoes, paintings and furniture, and it’s open every Sunday between 9am and 3pm. Don’t be scared to haggle.

For eating out

For a real taste of Spain, try Casa Paca. It serves up rustic tapas dishes in traditional surroundings. Be sure to sample a jug of the sangria.

For nightlife

Plaza de San Justo is one of the coolest areas of Salamanca and attracts a young and hip crowd. You’ll find everything from relaxed bars for starting the evening, to techno clubs for dancing the night away.

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