Figuring out where to stay in Haro will not be a problem because of the wide varitey of hotels available.
Haro is a relatively small town yet still boasts more than a half-dozen hotels, many of which are focused on visitors who have come to sample the area's red wines. However, as the wineries of Rioja are spread across the countryside around Haro, there are plenty of hotels, resorts, and homestays dotted across the region around the town of Haro.
In addition to Haro accommodations in the city, there are cheaper pensions, hostels, and camping grounds near the Oja-Pull River. While the camping in this win country can be nice, there is only one campground in the city itself, and that site can be in high demand by those who want to sleep in Haro for cheap.
I many Haro hotels, homemade food is offered so tourists can enjoy dishes like caparrones, leek salad, or white beans with quail. If you prefer going out for drinks we recommend the bars in the area called La Herradura, which is located in the old town.
If you are traveling to this city, you should know that there are festivities that will drive up the costs of lodging in Haro, especially during Easter and and the wine festivals.