Facing the Bay of Biscay, and in the centre of San Lorenzo beach, is the Prince of Asturias hotel, an emblem of the bay and pride of Asturianos. It has been transformed into a modern hotel, combining the open and cheerful atmosphere of the tourist area where it is situated, with the amenities, facilities and tranquillity of a tourist-focussed company.
The Tryp Rey Pelayo Hotel is located in Gijon. This hotel has a total of 130 spacious rooms, including 5 suites, fully-accommodated with a bathroom and private satellite TV. Designed for an ideal vacation it has all the necessary amenities for your comfort: Wi-Fi, a la carte restaurant, conference room, Internet terminal, cafe, lobby, 24-hour reception and parking. Tryp Rey Pelayo Hotel is located just 10 minutes from the San Lorenzo beach and 2 km from the train station.
The Tryp Rey Pelayo Hotel is in Gijon. This hotel has a total of 130 spacious rooms, including 5 suites, fully equipped with bathroom and satellite television. Designed for an ideal vacation, it has all the necessary amenities for your comfort: WIFI, restaurant, conference room, Internet terminal, cafe, lobby, 24 hour reception, parking. The hotel is in a perfect location as it's just 10 minutes from the San Lorenzo beach and 2 km from the railway station.
This elegant 4 star hotel seems to rise above the waters of Biscay. This beachfront hotel also has fabulous views of the sand, the Bay of San Lorenzo, and the Historic District of Cimadevilla. The rooms can accommodate one or two people, and are very nicely and elegantly decorated. All rooms feature TV, minibar, iron, air conditioning and Internet. The hotel also has an outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, gym and sauna and a pleasant restaurant. A highly recommended place. The rooms don't go below 100 euros per night.
The Parador de Gijon is directly opposite the Isabel la Catolica park, and El Molinon stadium. as you'd expect from this chain, it's a charming hotel. It's located in an old mill, built around a landscaped courtyard with a little pond. It's a small building with just 40 rooms, all decorated in a rustic style. It has a cafe, bustling with people at lunchtime. Other facilities include a conference lounge and a restaurant, which specialises in "fabada asturiana" (the local stew).
This hotel has four stars, but you won't be able to believe that when you see it...really, it should have three. The reception is small, the building is small, and the amenities really aren't good enough. The only services they offer are laundry and coffee, the atmosphere isn't great, and it's in a charmless neighborhood. At least it's quiet, tucked away on a lane surrounded by old, poorly-maintained houses. The rooms are tiny and the bathrooms are already obselete by today's standards. Transport links aren't as good as the hotel claims, and although at least the service is pleasant - like most Asturians, the staff are friendly and polite - it made me think of a roadside motel, and I wouldn't recommend it.