Amenal,12, 15821 Amenal, Spain
About the Hotel Amenal:
The French Way leaves Palas for Campo dos Romeiros, a traditional meeting place for pilgrims, to enter the medieval village of Leboreiro. Between Leboreiro and Melide, cross the village of Furelos and its river through a medieval bridge to enter the urban area of Melide. From this point, the Camino passes through Boente and Castañeda to arrive later at Arzúa, a cheese-making village. The Camino presents itself in this docile stage and in very good condition, mixing earth and stone with small roads between towns, with gentle ascents and descents, alternating with flat stretches.
We are almost reaching our goal. The walking becomes serene, perhaps for fear of ending and not knowing or not wanting what to do next. On tracks of litter, among the last patches of pine and eucalyptus forests, very close and symmetrical, in some areas, also some oaks, the last villages arrive.
This is where El Amenal is located , right at the end of the Camino de Santiago, immediately before accessing the urban environment of the city, you will have a place of welcome and a well-deserved rest.
Contact number: +34 981 51 04 31
We have 13 double rooms. Each room has a television, telephone and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. All rooms have free wireless coverage for Internet access. We also have a room adapted for disabled use.
Double or Twin Room
This room features a plasma TV, free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom with a bath and free toiletries.
- Washing machine
- Private Bathroom
- Flat-screen TV
- Hardwood or parquet floors
- Wardrobe or closet
- On-site coffee shop
- Chocolate/Cookies (Additional charge)
- Fruit (Additional charge)
- Bottle of water (Additional charge)
- Wine/Champagne (Additional charge)
- Kid-friendly buffet
- Kids’ meals (Additional charge)
- Special diet meals (on request)
- Snack bar
We have a cafeteria and restaurant service for Hotel Amenal guests . We are the ideal place to rest after a hard trip, to gather strength and face the great day. All this accompanied by a friendly and familiar treatment, which we miss so much when we are far from our home.
The Galician cuisine is varied and relevant, with a strong attachment to tradition and has great variety of seafood, mountain and garden to prepare their dishes such as Galician soup, empanadas, pork with turnip tops, raxo , zorza, eels, the best tortillas, Padrón peppers, tripe, churrasco, pancakes, Santiago cake, excellent Galician bread and a wide variety of cheeses such as tetilla or cottage cheese.
Its wines are internationally known, highlighting those of Ribeiro, Rias Baixas (with a strong presence of Albariño grape) or Ribeira Sacra.
Our products are carefully selected, which allows us to guarantee freshness, texture and authentic flavor in each of our delicacies.
- Shuttle service
- Airport shuttle (Additional charge)
- Vending machine (snacks)
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Shuttle service (Additional charge)
- Smoke-free property
- Packed lunches
- Soundproof rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor furniture
- Sun deck
- BBQ facilities (Additional charge)
Pets are not allowed.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
- Accessible parking
- Street parking
Front Desk Services
- Tour desk
Entertainment & Family Services
- Kids’ TV channels
- Board games/Puzzles
- Laundry (Additional charge)