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The sea in San Sebastián is not only blue. It changes from deep turquoise to lead grey. Our bay can change in a flash from almost tropical calm to the wildest of Atlantic squalls. And it’s there, facing a port dating back hundreds of years, that you’ll find the Lasala Plaza Hotel. A space where luxury doesn’t stop in the rooms. A luxury that embraces a love of local art and culture, sharing it with our guests.
Lasala Plaza aspires to be a hotel that embraces and highlights the best of Donostia-San Sebastián: its culture, its love of gastronomy and the sea, the art of knowing how to live and, above all, its people. A San Sebastián we want to share with our guests, so that you too can live the city like a real local.
We like to meet our clients directly, to talk to them face to face. It must be part of our Basque seafaring nature. That’s why we always do our best to treat those who book through our website with special care wherever possible.
Run by the renowned chef, Ander González, La Jarana Taberna recovers the name of San Sebastián’s ancient port area and invites diners to enjoy a delicious tour of traditional Basque cuisine with a contemporary touch. A journey based on locally-sourced seasonal produce, packed with surprises certain to impress.Discover our seasonal menu Book
The Lasala Plaza Hotel is housed in a building dating back to 1917, completely renovated yet preserving its original architectural characteristics. Visiting it means taking a trip back in time to the real, classic Donostia, when the city was a destination fashionable with royalty and European high society. This context may help to explain the madcap idea of putting a swimming pool with a solarium and 360º panoramic views of the city on the hotel roof, like a spa. Or why our multipurpose meeting room is so close to the eatery, La Jarana. Don’t forget that business and pleasure have always been difficult to separate in our city.