Built in the 18th century by D. Sebastian de Eslava, Viceroy of New Granada (1685 – 1759), Palacio Guendulain is one of the most prominent buildings in Pamplona, located in the old part of town. After serving as a family residence for over two centuries – in 1845 Queen Isabel II stayed in the Palace with her entourage converting the house into a royal residence for a few days – Palacio Guendulain reopens as a magnificent hotel with 25 bedrooms and suites overlooking the Consejo Square and the Palace's inner courtyard. Its interior houses an extraordinary horse carriage built in the early 18th century as well as a beautiful porter's chair.
Palacio Guendulain offers its guests a unique balance between the comfort of a modern luxury hotel and the history and charm of an emblematic 18th century building. The courtyard also lodges an original collection of carriages as well as one of the fountains which was designed by the paintor Luis Paret to mark the introduction of running water in Pamplona. The impressive reception rooms on the Palace's main floor are available for meetings or to organise an event. The gastronomic restaurant is also located on the main floor and enjoys pleasant views over the Consejo Square.
The Classic Rooms are equipped with a 26 inch TV, complimentary wireless internet, minibar and a modern bathroom with Álvarez Gómez amenities.
The Deluxe Rooms offer spacious bathrooms with separate bath and shower and Álvarez Gómez amenities, a 26 inch TV, complimentary wireless internet and minibar.
Located on the Palace's main floor, the gastronomic restaurant is accessed by the magnificent main staircase.
The restaurant offers a classic season cuisine based on the extensive culinary tradition of Navarra and the Basque Country.
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