Santa Cristina is a privileged spot in the heart of the Pyrenees for those seeking pleasures and unique experiences.
A place designed for the traveler to feel the tranquility and serenity that nature gives.
Between Canfranc and Candanchú, Aragonese Pyrenees, Huesca, beside the river Aragon, on the Camino de Santiago (Saint James Way), connected to France through the Pyrénées National Park, near the ski resorts of Candanchú-Astún and Le Somport, and few kilometers from Jaca ...
... a mountain hotel designed to enjoy nature.
Therooms at Santa Cristina Spa have views of the mountains. All of them have TV, air conditioning and safe. Free WiFi in common areas and free access gym.
Santa Cristina's petit spa includes hydromassage bath, steam bath, sauna and heated indoor pool, for an extra charge.
El Boj restaurant gives traditional Pyrenees cuisine a modern twist. It has a good selection of wines, local and international product, vegetarian recipes and views of the surrounding woods.
An if you are looking for a place for meetings, presentations, workshops and conventions, Santa Cristina is the perfect place to make decisions from the calm and serenity that gives the location in natural surroundings.
We offer a personalized restaurant service, just tell us what you need.
Our hotel building was in the nineteenth century a frontier office, 5 kilometres away from Col de Somport, the natural pass towards France from the Aragonese Pyrenees.
The name “Santa Cristina” is taken from the ninth century monastery, whose ruins lay 4 kilometres away from our hotel. This monastery was one of the three main hospitals of Christianity devoted to the care of the "Camino" pilgrims that where in route to Santiago coming from France across the Aspe Valley.
This historic building was restored and turned into a hotel in 1991, and renovated once again in 2005. These last alterations endowed the hotel with the Spa area, the panoramic terrace, integral restore of the equipment, rooms, etc. All directed by Spanish architect Ignacio Arzubialde and renown decorator Vicente García Plana.