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Nobu: A New Hotel in San Sebastian

Abhilash Jayachandra, Contributor

San Sebastian just gave you another reason to put it on the circuit this summer. Nobu officially opens its sister hotel to Nobu Ibiza this month where they arguably cook the best food in Spain. Set right in town, you’re in prime territory to take in the best pintxos, bars, and restaurants in one of the top culinary spots in the world.

Nothing beats the experience of fine dining at a Nobu Hotel. Whether it is their famed Japanese cuisine designed by Chef Nobu or their comfort and luxury suites, Nobu Hotel has the best. Now, the luxury hotel chain is making its way to San Sebastian, a true culinary location, with a culture and architecture to match Nobu’s grandeur. So, take a look at the latest Nobu Hotel making its mark on the map.

Overview

San Sebastian is a coastal town with a vibrant culture; the sure-fire makings of a great Nobu Hotel location. The city is full of Michelin Star restaurants– the second-most per square meters anywhere else in the world. Therefore, it’s the best place for Nobu to be. San Sebastian is famous for its culinary culture, such as the bite-sized pintxo.

Nobu San SebastianThe Rooms

The fully renovated hotel is built on the famous Palacio Vista Eder which was designed and built in 1912 by Spanish Architect, Francisco Urcola. The hotel gives you a complete view of the La Concha Bay. 20 luxury rooms, beautifully designed and amply furnished with all the best amenities, are available for guests.

Food

Destination and food are intertwined with the Nobu experience. In keeping with tradition, Nobu’s trademark menu will be specially crafted for San Sebastian by Chef Nobu. And since San Sebastian is a culinary hotspot, Nobu will also focus on the local culture and cuisine when it comes to preparing the menu. Nobu’s brand is well-established for creating unforgettable memories around the fusion of local cuisine with Japanese craftsmanship. To that end, the Nobu restaurant, which overlooks La Concha Bay, is expected to have food that is sure to compete with Michelin-starred restaurants. After all, San Sebastian has the second-most number of Michelin-starred restaurants per square meter than anywhere else.

 

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