Parador De Cangas De Onis - Cangas de Onis43.366748, -5.15115
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Family Hotels in Spain
Welcoming guests with elegant interiors, Parador De Cangas De Onis features 64 rooms with views over the garden. Opened in 1998, the attractive hotel attracts visitors with its original architecture.
Mountains and a river as well as Bufones de Pria and Asturias Museum are located nearby. The venue is set within 3 km from Cangas de Onis city center.
The hotel is set next to monuments, a monastery and a church.
Parador De Cangas De Onis lies 75 km away from Asturias airport.
Satellite TV, climate control and high-speed internet are provided in guest rooms. Every room is fitted with a bath, a shower and a drier.
Eat & Drink
This hotel features a buffet breakfast daily. Parador De Cangas De Onis offers the 24-hour restaurant serving local specialties. Guests are invited to the onsite lobby bar to unwind with a drink.
A buffet breakfast is served at the price of EUR 17 per person per night. The hotel offers a buffet breakfast at the price of EUR 18 per person per night.
It also has 24-hour front desk assistance, dry cleaning and housekeeping along with a video projector, a business centre and a meeting room.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 64.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Paid airport shuttle
Sports & Fitness
- Pedal boating
- Horseback riding
- Golf course
- Table tennis
- Paid airport shuttle
- Room service
- Bicycle rental
- Dry cleaning
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- Newspaper service
- Full board
- In-room breakfast
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Gluten-free meals
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Babysitting/Child services
- Children's play area
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Garden view
- Mountain view
- River view
- Air conditioning
- Individual heating
- In-room safe
- Connecting rooms
- Living room
- Ironing facilities
- Rollaway beds
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
I liked the secluded, quiet location, next to a river and surrounded by hills and woods. The old part of the Parador was very beautiful, the new annex where we stayed, less so. However the bedroom was large and well equipped and the bed very comfortable. The breakfast was plentiful and efficiently served.
I would have preferred to stay in the older part of the monastry but this was much more expensive. Overall I found the Parador rather expensive, particularly the 18 euro each breakfast.
The hotel was fantastic, staff friendly and helpful, and the rooms perfect - ours overlooked a tumbling stream and was lovely having the french doors open and listen to the water.
The only disappointment to us, which was just a minor thing, was the breakfast. The buffet style morning meal, although a wide range, was lacking in the hot foods, for example, the eggs every morning ran out, and when replenished were a little cold and short in numbers. There was sometimes a stampede for them, still leaving some disappointed people without any.
This is a lovely hotel formed from a former monastery in peaceful countryside. The atmosphere is wonderful and the food and service were excellent.
I am a frequent client of several Paradors. Very pleasant stay, apart from the restaurant's service and food. Not very professional staff at the restaurant. Also, I was not impressed with the quality of the cuisine, considering its price.
historic atmosphere and peaceful lots of history very relaxing easy to get too
unique building and style
As a stop on our drive from Santiago de Compostela to Bilbao after completing the Camino the Parador de Cangas de Onis provided a great spot for experiencing a bit of luxury and relaxation in beautiful surroundings.
Interesting old building with new annex for most rooms, popular with locals for weddings and other functions, plenty of parking, good value food, nice location being 30 min walk from Cangas so quiet in evenings.
Pity that there is not a kettle in the room, or that staff do not understand much english. Service in the bar is variable but very relaxed. Food served in the bar is good value but not very exciting and tends to have very dry bread in sandwiches and bocadilos.
Beautiful location, high standard, staff were friendly without being overbearing.
Surprisingly, the hotel seemed a little soulless. We had arrived from another Parador at Cervera de Pisuaga which had more character, although a purpose built Parador. The food was better there as well.
Really caring, efficient and knowledgable staff.
Whole attitude of staff - wanted to give excellent service. Site and position is fantastic.
Our stay at the Parador was the highlight of our vacation. Set in a monastery in pastureland with the beautiful Sella river running beside it, the place was absolutely lovely. The staff was professional, welcoming and eager to make our stay as wonderful as possible. We loved sitting in our room in our two living room chairs with the French doors open, sipping wine and watching the river move by. The cloister patio was a quiet place to enjoy a cocktail, snack, or simply sit in the sun and read. The parador is an historical space and we enjoyed the interpretive areas around the cloister. The food in the restaurant was excellent. Cangas itself is a great central location for enjoying the sports and activities associated with the Picos de Europa, There is also primitive history in the nearby caves and in town dolman, medieval history in the Roman Bridge over the Sella, and nearby Covadonga Santuario, The port side town of Ribadesella which was less than a half hour away provided a beach as well as seaside restaurants. It was just a paradise,
Very comfortable hotel in a great location. The reception staff were outstanding in helping us resolve a business problem which needed their office facilities. Food was good and the staff were helpful and spoke good english.
I love the paradors. What a wonderful way to preserve important historic sites. This parador is particularly splendid. The setting next to snow covered mountains and a rustic village is striking. The hotel itself is comfortable and the restaurant is quite good.
We stayed in the original part of this old monastery. We were upgraded to a superior room which was wonderful. All tastefully decorated, comfortable beds and modern bathroom, all very clean. Good internet in the room. This parador is well situated for exploring the area and also for the port of Santander, if you are travelling by ferry. There is plenty to explore, caves with stone age drawings, small towns and seaside harbours. The countryside is dramatic and beautiful. Food in the restaurant was passable.