Where to find the best view?

 

The five hundred meters tall Mount Igeldo, located on the west side of the city, offers the most breathtaking view of San Sebastian. Igeldo was once a village inhabited by farmers, who breed poultry and cattle, but in times of local “belle époque”, in the early 20th century, several remarkable landmarks such as the funicular, gardens, casino and luxury hotel appeared here. Many of these developments, like the funicular, survive to the present day and have barely changed. The hotel was renovated in the late 60's, and since then time seems to have stopped here. To us, the hotel resembles Wes Anderson's "Hotel Budapest" and the mysterious hotel "Dolphin" from Haruki Murakami’s book "Dance, Dance, Dance" by the personalities of its guests, the musical accompaniment in the restaurant, and the color of the sofas in the lobby. When the French network of hotels, Accor, acquired Monte Igueldo hotel, it was awarded another star for the view from huge windows in the lobby which is truly magnificent. Travel through time here taking in the views of the endless ocean with a glass of wine in hand.
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