Some great budget hotels in Oviedo for under 43US$ per night include Hostal Oviedo and Hostal Arcos. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Pension La Casina, which is a 10-minute walk from Mojon de la media legua.
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Where to stay in Oviedo?
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Vetusta, is a modern hotel just a 10-minute walk from Renfe and FEVE train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Travelers who prefer staying in the center of the city should check out Eurostars Hotel De La Reconquista and Exe Hotel El Magistral, which are a 10 and 5-minute walk from the city center. A top-rated option is Ayre Hotel Ramiro I, which is less than 0.5 miles from the city center. Nh Oviedo Principado is a great place to stay while visiting City Center district.
If you're a first-time visitor to Oviedo, you might opt for a stay in the center near Estatua de Mafalda Homenaje a Quino, at City Express Covadonga or Fruela. If you are interested in discovering some of Oviedo's sights, then select a hotel next to Monte Naranco, such as Ayre Hotel Alfonso II situated a 10-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Oviedo
Located 0.6 miles from Albergue de Peregrinos El Salvador, luxury Albergue de Peregrinos El Salvador offers a sauna, a golf course and hiking. Consider booking a room in the boutique Hotel Carbayon, that comes with a tennis court and lawn tennis. The 4-star Oca Santo Domingo Plaza is an option for those who prefer reliable service.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Pension Romero is a cozy apartment only 20 minutes' walk from Monte Naranco. Oviedo has 98 B&B deals, such as Apartment Calle Caveda or Magnifico Piso Centro De Oviedo. Vut-923-As for your home-like comfort and atmosphere. With a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a solarium, Hotel Nature Oviedo is ideal for families visiting Oviedo. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Gran Hotel Espana in City Center district, offering views of the lake.
City Guide: Discover the best of Oviedo
Oviedo is a place where bourgeois culture opposes the working-class ethos.
As the Spanish Asturias capital, Oviedo is used to living in grand style in contrast to neighboring regions. Oviedo's wealth stands before your eyes with its plethora of historic and religious buildings, attractive squares and pedestrianized center.
Born from beauty, Oviedo is a noteworthy city to indulge in Asturian culture. Whether you prefer a room in cheap or luxury hotel in Oviedo all are already available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms.
Looking around Oviedo you'll see it can easily set itself apart from the rest of the Asturias by its appearance. Warm yellow-colored walls mark a cluster of old-world buildings scattered in the pedestrianized city center making Oviedo pleasant on the eye and safe to explore on foot.
As soon as you get involved with the city, you' ll its excellent bars and restaurants, small churches and 19th century old squares all make Oviedo unique about its architecture.
The Velarde Palace hosts part of the Art Museum
The Town Hall, a symbol of Olviedo and looms far away the city limits
Santa Maria del Naranco, a small pre-Romanesque church on a hill just outside Oviedo
Cathedral of San Salvador, an example of Gothic architecture from the 9th century
San Miguel de Lillo, a small church with unique architecture
Once upon a time two monks named Maximo and Fromestano established a small settlement in 761. With time, it evolved into a busting city thanks to efforts of King Fruela I of Austurias who built a palace in the area. As soon as capital credentials moved to Oviedo, the city became in the focus of foreign interest. Consequently, the Pilgrim's Route to Santiago running through the area transformed Oviedo into the main crossing in the region.
Sitting at the crossroads, Oviedo absorbed different cultural influences and today reflects Roman, Visigoth, and Norman styles in architecture. But the real swell of foreign visitors came to the city since the Arts College also known as the University of Oviedo was established.
Since then the city of Oviedo has got its second wind and became full of energy as city-leaders worked to improve its appearance. That led to renewal schemes, it gained pedestrian zones, improved cityscape and enjoyable old quarter.
You should make a trip to the city to see Oviedo as it changes. Booked.net can assist you with your stay If you book a hotel at our website.