Hotel San Sebastián is practically on Playa Ondarreta. It's a reasonably-priced 4-star hotel with 90 spacious and functional rooms, wifi and minibars. The location is great, and there's a large parking lot if you're travelling to San Sebastian by car. Great service.
Great 4 star hotel with an exceptional location, just a three minute walk from the beach. The hotel has an excellent restaurant, Kukuarri, which had the honour of receiving the "Revelation 2005" prize. Breakfast is also great, although I must say that if you do not take breakfast included, in the same street there are several bars where you can have a great breakfast.
This hotel is a 10 minute walk from the beach, but is very quiet. Breakfast was spectacular, including a chocolate fountain with churros. Rooms are spacious and clean, with a small terrace included. Highly recommended. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for.
This elegant and charming hotel, housed in a beautiful building with a neoclassical façade from the start of the century, is a symbol of San Sebastián. Its location on the beach of La Concha and just steps from the city centre is a luxury. Despite having been modernised and updated, it preserves intact its "belle epoque" traits.
I love this hotel opposite the Paseo de la Concha and steps from the Old Town of Donostia. This charming building has a decidedly French air from the 20th century. The rooms and decor like decades ago, but the rooms, many of which face the sea, have been renovated with modern, mainly white, decor. It's a great place in the heart of San Sebastian.
A guesthouse in the old town of San Sebastian, near the church of Santa Maria. The apartment on the top floor is a penthouse with two bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, and bathroom. It has a spectacular terrace overlooking the Concha Bay and the entire city. Ibon, the guy who runs it, is very nice and helpful.
This hotel is located on top of Mount Igueldo, as its name suggests. It's an institution, and like everything else in this beautiful city, it is an old landmark that has adapted to the times. Today it might be one of the best places to stay in San Sebastian - not for nothing, it is the hotel of choice for Real Madrid when they play here. You can see the hotel from all over the city, and if you're lucky enough to have a room with a view, you'll have amazing sights to behold both day and night. The room we had had a terrace overlooking the bay. Large, clean, and heated, it was comfortable and eco-friendly (they offer the option of hanging your towel, to keep it for the next day).
The TV was modern, although we didn't use it much, and the minibar was computerized, so if you took something from it, it would be charged directly (we didn't try). The only complaint we could make is that the wifi is charged separately (5 euros for 24 hours), which was a bit annoying. Despite this, the hotel is a good choice, with great service. Some of the waitresses have been working here for decades, and they are welcoming and friendly. The dining rooms are incomparable, overlooking the bay of La Concha. In a storm you can watch waves crashing onto the port, and with good weather you can enjoy the calm sight of the bay. What a great breakfast, too! A delicious buffet, all recently prepared. Okay, so it's not suitable for all budgets, but if you get the chance to stay here, take it!
This is a really great luxury apartment. It's huge, lovely, modern, spacious and very accommodating. And it's in the very centre of San Sebastian (indeed, you can see from the bay of La Concha). You can walk to all the points of interest, like the beach, the old town, the shopping area. It's also so large that it can host up to 10 people, which significantly lowers the cost of accommodation. It's an ideal place to spend a few days of real luxury.