A refined four-star luxury hotel located in a newly built edifice adjoining a 16th-century palace, an exceptional area bringing together tradition, history and quality of life, it offers a variety of types of accommodation, all of them equipped down to the last detail. The hotel has direct access to the golf course and facilities dedicated especially to relaxation, including the spa, the fitness area and a lounge. In the same hotel you can discover the exquisite cuisine of Navarre from an unparalleled spot that dominates from above the entire Pamplona basin. The city of Pamplona is five km away and can be reached quickly from any point. The hotelâ€™s interior is decorated with stone, wood, velvet, artwork and designer furnishings.
WELLNESS CLUB One of the things that make this boutique hotel a unique place is its exclusive spa. An intimate atmosphere designed with the bodyâ€™s well-being and relaxation in mind, this spa is inspired by the thermae of ancient Roman palaces. Equipped with four special cabins for facial and body treatments, the spa has a fitness area, a tepidarium, a hydromassage pool, two water beds, waterfalls, a Finnish sauna, a Turkish bath and a sensations shower.
GOURMET CLUB Providing continuity to the gourmet legacy of the Castillo de Gorraiz, the hotelâ€™s restaurant has an intimate and cosy atmosphere with a view of the natural strawberry tree garden and the 16th-century architecture of the castle itself. A moment at the hotel's barSEE VIDEO
"During the San Fermin, the hotel offers to his guests a free shuttle service from hotel to the city and vice versa."
GOLF CLUB Itâ€™s possible to access the Gorraiz Golf Club from the hotelâ€™s lobby, and a round on the 18-hole course has a maximum duration of four and a half hours.
SPORTS & LEISURE CLUB In addition to golf, our guests can enjoy other sports such as paddle tennis, tennis, swimming and Basque pelota.
The Castillo de Gorraiz has 47 guests rooms distributed over its three floors, renovated in classic style and designed for the most peaceful relaxation. All of the guest rooms have a terrace from which the guest can gaze at the sun rising over the Golf Club or setting over the city of Pamplona.
39 guest rooms with Egyptian cotton sheets, velvet curtains and a Venetian mirror.
Standard de Luxe
Six guest rooms.
One guest room. Located on the ground floor, it has Egyptian cotton sheets, velvet curtains, a Venetian mirror and a hydromassage shower.
One guest room. Located on the ground floor, it has Egyptian cotton sheets, velvet curtains and a Venetian mirror.
A+B o B+C
A, B, C
How to get there:
In order to arrive at the hotel from any point, take the P130 in France-Uriarte direction.
Airport: 4 km
City center: 4 km
Trade shows: 4 km
Train: 6 km
Bus: 200 m
Beach: 75 km
Golf: 50 m
Destination information: Pamplona (Spain)
Pamplona is an old city where the influences of the peoples who have lived there are reflected in the beautiful buildings and streets.
The urban layout preserves elements from the Roman camps and the French Gothic style of the cathedral, only two examples of Pamplonaâ€™s rich history. Pamplona is a walled city full of bridges that cross the Arga River and connect the old towns. Itâ€™s a city of pilgrims who walk towards Santiago, a city constantly celebrating the festival of San FermĂn because of Hemingwayâ€™s work... Pamplona (or IruĂ±a in Basque) is a friendly place, with a strong personality and a great wealth of culture and monuments in which a good part of Navarreâ€™s historical transformation is summed up.
The old Way of St. James passes through the NavarrerĂa, the oldest part of the old city, entering through the Portal de ZumalacĂˇrregui, traversing the old French Way down Mayor de los Peregrinos Street and Curia Street, through the NavarrerĂa until it leads to the Cathedral of Santa MarĂa. Some of Pamplonaâ€™s emblematic sites are the Plaza del Castillo, the cityâ€™s nerve centre; the Casa Consistorial, Pamplonaâ€™s Town Hall; the Palace of Navarre; the Oteiza Museum; the Museum of Navarre; the Church of San NicolĂˇs; the Cathedral of Santa MarĂa; the Citadel and the Castle Tower; the Baluarte; the gardens of La Taconera and the Parliament of Navarre. Pamplonaâ€™s cuisine is rich and varied, with ingredients of excellent quality from all over the province.
The vegetables (asparagus, artichokes, peppers, lettuce...) are prepared following traditional recipes. Lamb, beef from fighting bulls, pigeon and quail meat have starring roles in some of the most typical dishes (such as calderete and bean stew).
The trout from Navarreâ€™s rivers, salt cod and salmon fished from the sea are other local specialties. Other notable gastronomic specialties include Navarreâ€™s chistorra (thin chorizo), cheeses, the regionâ€™s full-bodied wines and pacharĂˇn, a liqueur made from sloe berries.