- Camino(s) past & future
- April 2016
I need to book a hotel for my first night before I start my Camino. Can anyone give me names of those actually located in SJPdP. Thank you.
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I am shocked.. Really 166Euros? I stayed in alburgies the whole time most was 12 Euros.hotel des pyreness its only 166 euros a night very nice ...good food.....
Hi, there are very many hotels and chambre d’hotes (bed and breakfasts) to stay at in St Jean. Which end of the scale are you looking at? Budget (not many of those), or upmarket (lots of those). If it’s the budget end, then consider booking a private albergue, so you can start meeting other pilgrims. It can get a bit lonely in a room on your own, when everyone else around town looks like they are having fun. If it’s the upmarket end, then booking.com is probably the best choice for seeing what’s available. Jill
166!I am shocked.. Really 166Euros? I stayed in alburgies the whole time most was 12 Euros.
I stayed in the first place I found no reservation needed the front door looked directly were you get your pilgrim passport. Across the very old street.
We spent the night this past April 1, and we did not book ahead so the pilgrims office booked us into a private room just next door to the office. We payed 25E for a double with breakfast. They are open until 10pm at the pilgrims office and very helpful. maya
This will probably be a highly controversial comment. I stayed at the Beilari earlier this year, based on good reviews. I was very disappointed. I did not think it was very clean and I did not like the pilgrim meal in the evening.
I have stayed in several albergues in SJPP and they too were not so clean and the food was disappointing, didn't have to pay anything for the scolding next morning as we tried to put our boots on quietly in the dark so as not to aggravate the neighbors.This will probably be a highly controversial comment. I stayed at the Beilari earlier this year, based on good reviews. I was very disappointed. I did not think it was very clean and I did not like the pilgrim meal in the evening.
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