Bilbao

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Abando
10 reviews
Sitting just across the road from Bilbao's Guggenheim Museum, this upscale hotel takes a cue from its neighbor with inspired architecture and art-filled halls. — Oyster
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Abando
9 reviews
While it remains one of the best of the midrange commercial hotels in the city, its ability to capture Bilbao's vibrancy is commendable. No one will ever call this straightforward business hotel bland. — Star Service
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Abando
11 reviews
Attractive fifty-room hotel, with minimalist decor, bathrooms finished in black marble (separated from the chic, white-coloured rooms by a curtain), and a decent spa. €108. — Rough Guide
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Abando
9 reviews
The Carlton is a grand four-and-a-half-pearl hotel in the center of Bilbao's Gran Via area, with beautiful Basque architecture and interior details. — Oyster
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Abando
8 reviews
This luxurious boutique hotel has more character than many modern hostelries. — Frommer's
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Bilbo Zaharra
5 reviews
Clean, very friendly hotel, tucked away near the river in the Casco Viejo, with the feel of a B&B. — Rough Guide
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Castaños
5 reviews
This 151-room hotel has a playful exterior that competes with the rich architecture along Bilbao’s river promenade. — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
One of the best of the inexpensive choices, this little hotel lies in a restored 19th-century building in the center of the city. — Frommer's
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Abando
3 reviews
Impeccable rooms, amenities, and service underscore its reputation. — Fodor's
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Castaños
3 reviews
OK, it’s a chain hotel and, yes, whilst the rooms are cheap, they do charge over the odds for everything else. — Lonely Planet
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Abando
3 reviews
Set in the heart of Bilbao's commercial center, the Villa de Bilbao is a smart, modern four-pearl hotel. — Oyster
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2 reviews
The Occidental Bilbao is an upscale, business-oriented chain hotel located in the more residential eastern district of Bilbao. — Oyster
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2 reviews
Consisting of three stone cottages, the value Hotel Artetxe is a low-frills, charming farmhouse property that, despite its serene countryside location, is only a 10-minute drive into Bilbao. — Oyster
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Bilbo Zaharra
2 reviews
Across from the Teatro Arriaga in the Casco Viejo, this design hotel has a blended style of contemporary and antique. ... the street below can be noisy on weekends. — Fodor's
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Bilbo Zaharra
2 reviews
The name says it all – eight rooms with furniture and décor inspired by the local folklore of the Basque Country. — The Telegraph
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1 review
This neo-Gothic limestone castle with rooms in the watchtowers and defensive walls is one of the most extraordinary lodging options in or around Bilbao. — Fodor's
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1 review
A 53-room boutique hotel in a 1924 building whose original bones have been preserved, exuding a gritty industrial design true to the character of the surrounding Casco Viejo streets. — The Telegraph
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1 review
Overlooking the San Mamés soccer stadium, also known as "La Catedral," and with views of the Nervión River. — Fodor's
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1 review
This extraordinary hotel, occupying a reconstructed 17th-century country palace out toward the airport, is a great retreat for active travelers or families. — Fodor's
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Abando
1 review
Hotel Zenit Bilbao is a no-frills four star that oozes practicality. — The Telegraph
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