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The team at Hotels.com have used their expertise to bring you a collection of the best Osorno Hotels for you to browse. We have Osorno Hotels to suit single travellers on a shoestring, romantic couples looking to splurge on an anniversary, groups of friends, young families, and much more. Each of the hand picked Osorno Hotels on our list is illustrated with a range of photos showing the rooms and communal spaces, as well as the exteriors, of the hotel from a variety of angles. In addition, we show you reviews and ratings from other Hotels.com users so that you can book your hotel in Osorno with real confidence. The sun splashed southern Spanish region of Osorno is famous for its wine,, ancient cathedrals, and stunning scenery, so get ready to sip an atmospheric glass of red in the comfort of your dream hotel room.

What's Osorno Like?

One of the first things that hits you when you visit Osorno is the sheer beauty of its architecture. From the Gothic magnificence of the Catedral de Leon, which dates back to the fifteenth century, to the beautiful spire of the Catedral de Santo Domingo de la Caldaza, there is lots to see here. The Catedral de Leon, in particular, is home to no less than 125 amazing stained glass windows. Osorno is situated in the Tierra de Campos region of Spain, which is famously flat with practically no hills or relief at all. This makes it ideal for cycling tours, so why not hire a bike (or take your own along) so that you can make the most of the good weather and explore at the same time? In the city centre, art lovers will also be delighted to see the fascinating National Sculpture Museum. Here, too, you will find loads of great bars, restaurant, cafes, and shops for you to eat, drink and browse in.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Osorno

Spanish is the main language spoken in Osorno, so why not learn a few phrases to give yourself a head start? The word for 'thank you', 'gracias', is pronounced 'grass-y-ass', or 'grathias', depending on whether you adopt an Andalucian accent or not. Southern Spain is famous for its wine, so why not take the opportunity whilst you are here to sample a few local grape varietals? At Hotels.com, we have so much local knowledge about Osorno, and indeed about great holiday destinations throughout the world. We have put that knowledge to very good use in finding you the best hotels in Osorno for your upcoming trip.