Tourist License Code: UH000852
Built at the middle of the XVIIIth century by order of Don Sebastián de Eslava (1685-1759), Viceroy of New Grenada, the Palacio Guendulain is one of the most unique and iconic buildings of Iruña, located at its old town.
After a long history as a family residence – Isabel IInd stayed at this palace becoming it for some days a royal residence -, Palacio de Guendulain opens its doors turned into an outstanding hotel with 25 rooms and suites with views to Plaza del Consejo and to the gardened inner patio of the palace.
Inside the hotel, customers will find an amazing carriage, dated at the first quarter of the XVIIIth century, and a finely decorated sedan chair. Likewise, it is exhibited at the inner patio an original collection of ancient carriages and other exhibition of fountains designed by the painter Luis Paret on the occasion of the openning of the public water supplying system.
At the main floor of this hotel, there are some amazing rooms where can be held several different meetings or events. At this very same floor, it is situated the gastronomic restaurant with views to the Plaza del Consejo, which also has a private dinning room with capacity for numerous attendees.
Palacio Guendulain offers to all its customers an excellent balance between the comfort of a modern lavish hotel and the history and charming of an iconic building of the XVIIIth century.