25 Oct, 2020 @ 12:45
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Gothic mansion to be transformed into boutique hotel in Spain’s San Sebastian


THIS dilapidated mansion might look more like a haunted house – one that the kids would be keen to dodge on their guising route this Halloween. 

But a major Spanish hotel group have pledged to transform the spooky spot into a boutique hotel full of five-star treats that’ll do the trick for tourists visiting San Sebastian.

La Concha bay

Palacio Vista Eder, a unique gothic mansion overlooking La Concha bay, has been sold to Millenium Hotels for a spell-binding €10.5million.  

The unique gothic mansion, which was built in 1912 and designed by architect Francisco Urcola, is one of the few properties in the iconic city to have its own garden.  

 Millenium Hotels, who own a portfolio of five-star hotels in Seville, Bilbao, Madrid, Cordoba and  Cadiz, say that despite COVID concerns the San Sebastian hotel will have the cobwebs cleared and ready to welcome guests by 2022.  That’s the spirt. 

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