Spain Best Hotels: Maria Cristina Hotel In San Sebastian


Maria Cristina is a Marriott Luxury Collection Hotel that has been in business since 1912 when the city of San Sebastian became a favorite destination for royalty and aristocrats.  The magnificent design of the hotel is a work by architect Charles Mewes, also responsible for the Ritz in Madrid and Paris.

Maria Cristina Hotel in San Sebastian
Maria Cristina Hotel in San Sebastian
Hotel Lobby
Hotel Lobby

The 28 luxury suites at the exclusive Hotel Maria Cristina, are designed in a Belle Époque style but also show a contemporary decor to give the rooms a timeless elegance. Suites can accommodate families and larger parties offering two, three or four bedrooms and one or two living rooms. You can also choose river and old town views in connecting suites with extensive terraces to enjoy the spectacular views.

Attention to detail can be noticed even in the bathroom’s assortment of products from the highest quality brands like Acqua di Parma or LeLabo.

San Sebastian is well known for its gastronomic quality and variety, the 16 Michelin starred city offers not only fine dining, but also local cuisine excellence. You can enjoy an opulent breakfast in the he beautiful breakfast room with its tall columns that give the room a dramatic effect. 

You may also want to have a drink in the elegant Dry Bar, where photos of famous guests show the hotel’s connection to San Sebastian’s International Film Festival. Renowned artists, actors, and locals mingle in this English-style room that extends towards the hotel’s lobby and terrace.

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