WHERE TO STAY IN LA RIOJA

WHERE TO STAY IN LA RIOJA

You will not regret staying with us overnight. Choose what you prefer: streets full of joy or villages immersed in the deepest of silences… Our recommendation would be a minimum of two nights stay, and we leave it up to you if you want to stay in one place both nights or to move to a different place each night.

We can help you offering some advice on your accommodation and managing your booking but, if you are wondering where to stay in La Rioja, first, have a look at these tips.

MAIN CITIES/TOWNS

There is no doubt about the advantages of a main town when thinking about where to stay in La Rioja. You will find lots of things to do in Logroño, Haro or Laguardia, well provided with all kind of services and with a wide range of restaurants.

Logroño: capital city of La Rioja perfect for shopping and with a bustling nightlife. Geographically located in the middle of the Rioja wine country and well connected by road with the rest of the region, it’s the perfect choice if you are planning on touring all over Rioja. It is easy to find accommodation of any type, from hostels to 4-star hotels.

Haro: town so-called Rioja wine capital, and that is exactly what you will find: wine, wine, wine,… It is in the middle of the Rioja Alta sub-region and also well connected by road to Bilbao. Wineries in Haro are considered among the best Rioja wineries, so if you are planning a Rioja “only wine” tour, it might be your choice! Wide range of accommodation types too.

Laguardia: at the top of a hill, overlooking the Rioja Alavesa sub-area you will find this charming walled town. Sleeping inside its walls is a whole new experience! Both boutique and standard hotels available, but there are not many, so, plan your booking in advance as all the hotels get fully booked easily.

COUNTRYSIDE

Most of the boutique hotels in the region are located at the countryside, so it becomes a nice option where to stay in La Rioja during your holiday. The charming villages and the beautiful landscapes are an add-on that can make your stay unforgettable, there is also the fact that a stay at the Rioja countryside will make you live an “insider” experience.

Rioja Alta and Rioja Alavesa: some of the best countryside hotels in Rioja are located in these two areas, that also have a few nice options of wine-themed and boutique hotels.

Cameros (south mountainous area): this is the highest uninhabited area of Rioja, which is good if you are a slow-traveler looking for calm and peace. Small cozy hotels and cottages where to stay in La Rioja and experience the real country life.

Camino de Santiago: along the pilgrimage route it is easy to find any kind of accommodation with different levels of comfort standards: from pilgrims’ hostels to “Paradores” hotels (a very well-known accommodation brand of hotels in Spain located on historical buildings).

* Would you like to have the help of a Rioja insider to book your accommodation in La Rioja? That is what we are here for! Contact us if you don’t know where to stay in La Rioja!

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