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Hotel Berria

an outstanding architectural landmark

Hotel Berria

an outstanding architectural landmark

Hotel Berria

an outstanding architectural landmark

Hotel Berria

an outstanding architectural landmark

Hotel Berria, an extraordinary landmark in Hasparren

Hotel Berria, an extraordinary landmark in Hasparren

Hasparren is located just outside the province of Lower Navarre between the mountains and the sea. This Labourd province town at the foot of Mount Ursuya has a rich architectural heritage. Napolean made no mistake when he travelled from Bayonne along this imperial mountaintop route with magnificent observation points overlooking the Basque Country. Like a symbol of renewal, the trinquet’s contemporary metal mesh cladding revives the traditional facet of the hotel’s facade. The two proudly combine creating a dynamic and unique place dedicated to the game of pelota and Basque customs.

A history of elegance and respect for traditions

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An emblematic building and convivial public spaces

An emblematic building and convivial public spaces

The reception desk, the bar, its counter and tall tables, and the roomy outside seating area with a view of the kitchen and glass wall provide perfect places to enjoy tasty mouth-watering cuisine, served by an attentive and courteous waitstaff.

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Between the mountains and the sea

So many places to visit with cultural, sports and recreational activities close by. The Basque Coast, its cities and famous beaches - Biarritz, Saint-Jean-de-Luz, San Sebastian, Bilbao, etc. Even closer by - Ainhoa, Espelette... Count on us for any information you need for all these destinations and activities.

Between the mountains and the sea

The legendary trinquet

The hotel’s main facade, the building’s most iconic side, is a perfect example of local architecture, while the trinquet’s metal mesh facade marks the beginning of a new era for the Berria.

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Awakening of a brilliant past

When Jean-Pierre Choribit decided to build the Trinquet Berria in 1929 upon returning home from Chili, he wanted it to be the largest and the most stunning. He achieved his goal with an extraordinary view and smooth surfaces facilitating speed... heaven for pelotari! A new chapter has been written in which the spirit of an illustrious history is now reflected in the new modern style.