Out of the ordinary
There is a new Compostela. One that surprises and enchants natives and outsiders. A capital that opens the door to the sophistication of a new vanguard architecture which rather than blend in with the Old Town it renews it and gives it contemporaneity. Moure Boutique Hotel represents the paradigm of the big architecture serving to people’s welfare.
“Please, do it yourself” is a cornerstone of the commercial politic of the hotel, a refreshing view of the hospitality which is contrary to the luxury concept associated with the painstaking services. It also supports the maxim freedom for the use and enjoyment of the facilities, spaces and services by the guests. It seems logical that among its customers, many of them foreigners, abound people with concerns about new trends and design. Those who run away from the conventional and appreciate the originality and location alike.
The leisure zone is an open and dynamic space which joins wood, stone, concrete and glass, where the water sound has a constant presence. All guests enjoy this common space with open kitchen, honesty bar, coffee shop, press and free computers. Its atmosphere changes with the pass of the hours inviting you to rest and relax when it is getting dark while in the morning it pushes you to fully enjoy the day.
Among the many awards received by the Moure Hotel is noteworthy the Internazionale Ischia Di Architettura 2014 award
Each one of the fifteen hotel rooms has its own identity, including comfort solutions and original designs which ranging from the natural light coming from the bathroom to the headboards and passing through multitude of small details such as exclusive hangers. Moure’s singularity turns the bath time into a fun one time thanks to the possibility of taking a roman bath in a round bath and under a zenith natural light entrance. Or doing it enjoying the panoramic of the city and Pedroso views. We can have a bath in a balcony or even between ivy and stone walls of the exterior courtyard.
Rúa dos Loureiros, 6
981 58 36 37
according to supply
From 1st April
to 1st of November
and long weekends*