The idea stems from a personal and professional desire to convert a really exceptional space into one that is yet more attractive and welcoming, allowing guests to enjoy a city steeped in history. The hotel is located close to the left bank of the river Najerilla, in the old quarter of the city, in a 17th century building that has been fully renovated and refurbished, with exquisite taste, to become a well-appointed hotel offering every convenience.
The Hotel Duques de Nájera offers 15 spacious, exquisitely decorated guest rooms with full en-suite bath or shower room.
The hotel also features air conditioning, central heating, phone, fax, internet, strong box, wake-up call service. Sound-proofed rooms. Disabled-friendly and non-smoking rooms available. Facilities: TV lounge, garage, room service, bar and breakfast room.
Location: in the town centre, 25 km from the railway station and 35 km from the airport.
Calle Carmen, 7
26300 Nájera, LA RIOJA
Tel: +34 941 410 42
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Hundreds of years ago, the first pilgrims reached Compostela with the aim of visiting the tomb of St James, the Apostle.
At present, in the span of almost 1,200 years, thousands of pilgrims from across the globe have followed in their footsteps. Although the reasons for making the journey have gradually changed over time, some things still remain the same.
In the early days, those deciding to travel the Way of the stars, did so for eminently religious reasons. Today, these motives have gradually changed and, nowadays, people do the Way for many different reasons: cultural, historical, promises, to discover oneself, or simply as a physical and personal trial. However, the passage of time has not managed to change the pilgrims’ feelings and impressions, the perfect harmony between man and nature, as well as the inner renewal which everyone doing the Way manages to achieve, even if they’re not aware of it.
With this initiative, the Hotel Duques de Nájera aims to bring all this closer, through the two stages of the Way of St James passing through the Community of La Rioja, which is perhaps the least known part of the route.
Across its valleys and undulating terrain, and with the finishing point in two historical cities: Nájera (the former capital city of the Kingdom of Navarra) and Santo Domingo de la Calzada, one of the mythical towns on the Way. You can enjoy the scenery, full of vineyards (producing one of the best wines in the world) and the warm and friendly welcome of the local people.