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Reviewed 9 June 2019

The hotel is away from the city centre; it has a nice view on the surrounding hills but of course a car is needed to get there.
The rooms are big and well kept. We found the staff a bit coldish, in contrast to the extreme cordiality we found throughout northern Spain. But maybe it was just something occasional.

Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank mgialdini
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Reviewed 29 October 2018

I was so amazed at the views from the rooms and balcony on a previous bike holiday, I came back for my honeymoon! We had a ground floor room which we paid a small fee for and the room was huge. And the view, well, I would never tire of. Its the same from the bar / breakfast balcony, breath taking.
The hotel itself was very quiet, but early October is at the end of the season. We only seen three other couples at breakfast on one day and the one evening the restaurant was open, there was only one other couple.
The staff were friendly and English was hardly spoken, but this is why you come to this part of Spain.
Being so close to Santander, The Picos mountains are incredible and unfound by most European tourists. Amazing for a biking and driving holiday and Cangas De Onis is a great base to stay and this is a great hotel.

Room tip: Pay the extra for the larger rooms.
Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Paul M
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Reviewed 8 October 2018

As others have said, no one in reception on arrival, but someone came promptly when we phoned the number indicated. The same person was the waiter in the restaurant later, and was polite and helpful. We enjoyed a pre dinner drink outside on the terrace with wonderful views. There weren't many guests, which seemed odd at first, but it was after the summer season, and the hotel stands on its own well above the town where all the other hotels and amenities are. Many of the items on the restaurant menu weren't available. Of those that were, some came in large portions and some small, while some were quite sophisticated, so it was hard to judge what to order. I think the hotel would do well to modernise and simplify overall, and perhaps simplify to a brasserie style menu. The views are to die for, but I think to hotel needs to adapt to modern demands.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Annelacey
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Reviewed 15 September 2018 via mobile

These reviews sound like different places, sadly we got the crap version. We had a cracking view if we took turns climbing up to the tiny window. Room was ok, comfy enough corridors & social areas dark and uninviting, doors closed so you felt nosey trying to find the bar/cafe or restaurant. No staff at arrival, smiled at a guy sitting watching tv then noticed sign to phone for reception. Picked up phone then guy on sofa dragged himself over to sign us in. Were given a key but little else info. Worst breakfast all week, nobody to help or inform, sweaty cheese & ham on a shelf, plates other side of room, had to ask for drinks, bowls, milk, spoons. Nothing hot, not even a toaster here.

The view from the terrace is spectacular but we didnt feel welcome in the bar when ordering drinks to take out there.
There is covered but open parking, not totally secure.
The restaurant only gives English menu reluctantly...if you ask...people we met were very disappointed with the meal & service so we avoided. They had also asked about air.con & were told "This is Asturias, we dont need air.con" then the guy walked away.
The walk to the village is steep and dark and takes a good 15 minutes.
Staff were rude & impatient wherever possible.
We will not return & dont recommend as Asturias is beautiful, the people lovely, this place ruined it.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank lollybird
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Reviewed 15 March 2018

Strange place..... Booked via Normandy Ferries,nobody at reception when we arrived,eventually we found someone to book us in. The room was large,clean & comfortable with a great view of the town & back ground mountains. Wanted to try the restaurant one evening but it was always closed!. We did enjoy the area though.

Date of stay: October 2017
Thank Mike A
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