Built in the mid-18th century on the initiative of Sebastián de Eslava, Viceroy of Nueva Granada (1685-1759), the Palacio Guendulain, located in the historic quarter of the city, is one of the most singular and representative buildings in Pamplona.
The hotel has 25 rooms and suites with views over the Plaza del Consejo and the inner garden courtyard of the Palace.
Inside, guests will see an extraordinary carriage from the early 18th century and a beautifully-crafted Sedan chair.
The main floor contains impressive rooms that are ideal for meetings or events. The restaurant is also located on the main floor, with views over the Plaza del Consejo. It also has a large private dining room.
Palacio Guendulain offers its guests a unique balance between the comfort of a modern luxury hotel and the history and charm of an emblematic 18th-century building.