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Dear guests;

We inform you that the hotel will be closed from December 11, 2016.

We will reopen on March 3, 2017.

Nevertheless, we will answer phone calls and emails as soon as possible.

Looking forward to see you soon!


Originally it was the residence of the first Marquis of Santillana, Don Íñigo López de Mendoza. Today it is a charming five star hotel with an exquisite decoration which helps bring out the best of this historical building. By crossing the threshold of this hotel, the client will have the feeling of going back to medieval times but with all modern commodities.

As soon as you walk into this fully-equipped hotel with a long history, you will be surprised by the one-piece staircase which was made from an oak tree which was more than 700 years old. This staircase was left untouched during the careful restoration of the building.


This was the house of the first Marquis of Santillana, D. Iñigo Lopez de Mendoza, born in Carrion de Los Condes in 1398, son of Admiral Don Diego Hurtado de Mendoza and Doña Leonor de la Vega. He married Dña. Catalina de Figueroa and he visited Las Asturias de Santillana for the first time in 1430. Then, in 1445, King Juan II gave D. Iñigo Lopez the title of Marques de Santillana.

The house is a splendid Gothic building which dates from the 15th century. The main facade has two doors with a pointed arch. The iron work on the doors is worth mentioning as well as the four Plateresque-style windows.

Here you can also see the Vega Family's coat of arms with the inscription "Ave Maria". According to the legend, when the marquis was fighting against the moors, one of those shields saved his life.


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Visit us in:

C/Cantón Nº26 - 39330

Santillana del Mar


(+34) 942 81 88 88

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