Housed in a former monastery, built in the 16th century, Parador de Leon is a stunning hotel that has kept its original, luxurious interior decor, and impressive architecture. More…
The Facade of the Paradore is awe inspiring, all of the public rooms are luxurious, there is an air of grandeur throughout, it is a treat to stay here. The bedrooms in the new wing are spacious, well equiped and each have there own balcony. The buffet brecfast has a vast array of choice for all tastes and the main Restaurant is excellent for lunch or dinner. Stayed two nights would have liked to stay longer!…More
Located by the famous department store El Corte Inglés and within easy walking distance from the old part of the city and its magnificent Gothic cathedral, the hotel offers a smart combination of... More…
Good location. Excellent restaurant and good value all round. The room, in particular, was good value - plenty of space and comfortable beds with enough pillows (not always so in many hotels). We will certainly use Silken hotels again.…More
The Conde Luna Hotel is situated in the commercial and cultural centre of Leon, a few steps from the Cathedral and the Collegiate Church of San Isidoro. More…
For what I paid this was wonderful value: a big room, double bed, great view from balcony and a superb bathroom. The breakfast was excellent. A centrally situated hotel ten minute walk from the Cathedral.…More
The San Marcos Monastery, whose construction began in the 16th century,
replaced another 12th century monastery from the times of King Alfonso VI.
Different artists immortalised a yesterday where the strength of his legacy
can be seen in stone and wood, making the hotel a living museum.
past emerges in the Cloister and Chapterhouse embracing the present with a
learned renovation of large rooms. In days gone by these sheltered pilgrims.
There are suites located in the original building with views of the square and
also an annex constructed in the 20th century where the majority of the
accommodation is housed.
Regal halls, spacious rooms, a library and a
restaurant which in the main part offers an impeccable traditional gastronomy
with touches of signature cuisine; all of which makes the Parador de San Marcos
a unique establishment on St. James's Way and the Silver Way.
Formerly the capital of the medieval kingdom of the same name, it was united with Castilla in the 13th century.
The city's most famous monument is its great 13th-century Gothic cathedral known for its stained-glass and rose windows. Also important to visit is the Romanesque Church of San Isidoro with the pantheon of monarchs from Castilla y Leon. One of Antoni Gaudi's more conservative buildings is in
Leon, Casa de Botines. The San Marcos monastery is a good example of the Renaissance period. On the outskirts of
Leonare the Roman gold mines, Las Medulas.
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