Hotel Centro Vitoria

The most central hotel in the city

We are in the heart of the city, in the old town of Vitoria, where you can walk along its cobbled streets and discover the Cathedral of Santa Marí­a, which inspired Ken Follet’s “World Without End”; visit the Bibat Museum; have some pintxos in the Plaza Virgen Blanca; or treat yourself to a Michelin-starred meal.

Enjoy Vitoria-Gasteiz and Álava with the help of Hotel Centro Vitoria!

Hotel Centro Vitoria

Vitoria - Gasteiz

European Green Capital

Vitoria – Gasteiz is the provincial capital that has the highest index of green areas per inhabitant, which led it to be named a European Green City in 2012. It has more than 130,000 planted trees and a green ring that cyclists usually do not miss the opportunity to travel along. From the Ataria Interpretation Centre, enjoy trail walk while bird- and roe-deer-watching.

Excellent transport links

Hotel Centro Vitoria

Train station:

500 m.

Bus station:

3,8 km.

Vitoria Airport:

12,6 km.

Hotel Centro Vitoria

Vitoria - Gasteiz

A city full of events

While June sees the Azkena Rock Festival, a benchmark in the summer festival scene, July is renowned for the Vitoria Jazz Festival, one of Spain’s longest running festivals.


Bicycle Friendly

In addition to the green ring, Vitoria has many bike routes, both around the city, with 160 km of bike lanes, and throughout the province of Álava.

Location and surroundings - Hotel Centro Vitoria
Location and surroundings - Hotel Centro Vitoria


All the way to the finish line!

July is the month for Ironman Vitoria-Gasteiz, famous among fans of this sporting discipline for being one of the races with the best ambience, especially for the number of local contestants.


of the Old Town

The medieval quarter, which was officially declared a monumental site in 1997, is one of the most beautiful and best preserved in the north of the peninsula. A visit to the Cathedral of Santa María, where Kent Follett was inspired to write “A World Without End”, the second part of the famous “The Pillars of the Earth”, is a must. But the old quarter hides many other gems that make a stroll through its cobbled streets well worth it: the Bibat Museum (Fournier Playing Card Museum and Archaeology Museum), the Casa del Cordón, El Portalón (the monumental gate), the Villa Suso Palace, etc.
Location and surroundings - Hotel Centro Vitoria
Location and surroundings - Hotel Centro Vitoria


Diversity on the Plate

And on top of all this, the diversity and quality of food and wine on offer is such that we were named Spanish Capital of Gastronomy in 2014. Forget fast food, here you will find options suitable for all tastes: restaurants, bars where you can walk the famous pintxo/pote route, carveries, cider houses…


Where nature and tradition meet

If time is on your side, Alava has many wonderful places to visit: 5 natural parks, 2 blue flag “beaches” in the Landa and Garaio reservoirs, the Salt Valley in Salinas de Añana, the Santa Catalina Botanical Gardens in Trespuentes, Starlight, the world’s first starlight park, and of course, La Rioja Alavesa, where you can visit famous wineries and maybe even take part in the grape harvest.

Location and surroundings - Hotel Centro Vitoria