A temple of culinary pilgrimage
The Hostal dos Reis Católicos has two restaurants, both of which offer the best Galician cuisine with the highest-quality market products: one with creative and regional cuisine with a modern twist, and the other more traditional. The Parador maintains the custom of offering a free meal to the first 10 pilgrims who pass through its doors and show they are walking the Way of St. James.
Traditional Galician finger food
In Galicia, the term enxebre is linked to the traditional, which is why the menu of the gastronomic space that complements the main restaurant features tradition, flavour and authenticity. A cuisine designed for snacking: empanada, Arzúa and Tetilla cheeses, free-range chicken salad, potato and chorizo omelette, Galician broth, fried eggs with chorizo-spiced pork loin and potatoes.
Type of kitchen
Caldeirada dos Reis (lobster, scallops and prawns), estuary seafood, Galician beef sirloin, octopus, rice with molluscs, Galician pie.
The oldest hotel in Spain
The Hotel has the largest collection of Madrid School paintings in the Paradors collection. In Santiago de Compostela alone, more than 140 works by artists including Martínez Novillo, Álvaro Delgado and Menchu Gal are on display.What’s more, the Parador has a business centre with large-capacity, spacious rooms for holding corporate and private events and celebrations of all kinds; it is equipped with the best technology and services to guarantee their success.
Beyond the Camino de Santiago, the city offers visitors a multitude of options, such as walking routes to discover the monuments in its streets and squares, walks through its parks and gardens and, if you have time, excursions to explore the Galician estuaries.