Hotel Palacio Valdes is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Aviles, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Aviles' most popular landmarks, such as Church of the Franciscan Fathers (0.1 mi) and Church of San Nicolas de Bari (0.2 mi), Hotel Palacio Valdes is a great destination for tourists.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Palacio Valdes offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and a coffee shop. Guests of Hotel Palacio Valdes are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, there is paid private parking available on-site.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to Pasaje Roma, Pasarela Restaurant, or Merlot Vinos y Tapas. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as El Jardin De Yume, Confiteria Vidal, or Cafe Lord Byron.
If you are interested in exploring Aviles, check out an architectural building, such as Palacio de Balsera.
Enjoy your stay in Aviles!
Stayed for 1 night during my Camino Norte hike. Spacious rooms, bathrooms with hairdryer, and I even had a small balcony overlooking the Niemeyer culture center. 2 min by foot to the main square. Reception closes at 9pm but they seem to have a call option 24/7. Overall an enjoyable stay
The room was comfortable with a nice balcony right in front of the pedestrian walkway that leads to the Oscar Niemeyer centre. It's quiet and very well located (without parking space) and the staff was nice.
Overall: 4 stars; recommend staying if you are in this town. Hotel room: 4 stars; very clean and clean floors and bed sheets. Looks like hardwood floors but they are laminate and have some wear/tear on them. Lift ceilings so be careful not to hit your head if you are tall. Loved the skylights that opened though for fresh air (stayed on 4th floor). Bathroom: 4 stars for being clean and newer tub/toilet Breakfast: wasn't included in our room price but they do have a standard breakfast buffet w hard boiled eggs. Croissants are more like danishes. Location: 5 stars; next to Niemeyer and city center
Have stayed here on numerous occasions over the years whilst working locally. Staff, service, cleanliness are second to none and at under 50 Euros a night, you really can't complain. Excellent WiFi (free), friendly, cozy bar/cafe - cannot comment on the restaurant as I've not eaten there. The staff could not do enough to make my stay more enjoyable, a fact I will be eternally grateful for. Aviles itself is a great town with lot's of character. This hotel is literally 2 mins walk from the central square with restaurants, cafes, shows/festivals (on National Holidays). There is also a great park around 10 minutes walk away.
On arriving here at dusk, we were struck by three things. Clearly visible in the distance was a Mordor-like factory of some sort, quite elegant in its way, adding a motif of smoke and flame to the evening sky. Closer up was what, at first and many subsequent glances, looked like a pair of massive, oddly-shaped, white warehouses with an ineptly-drawn sketch of a woman, left unfinished because of the arrival of the police. In front of these was a weird and depressingly municipal-looking footbridge. This and the warehouses (which were set in a vast skateboarding area) turned out to be the Oscar Niemeyer centre, a modernistic palace of art whose designer doesn't seem to have noticed that, rather than contrasting with the surrounding light-industrial landscape or commenting on it in some enlightening and eye-catching way, it merely continues it. The third thing was that we couldn't see the hotel even though the satnav insisted we were parked right by it. It's on a street that just doesn't look as though you could hide a hotel in it anywhere. Eventually I noticed the discreet glass doors with their even-discreeter sign and we were home and dry. A hidden hotel, a cultural centre disguised as an Argos warehouse, and to continue the theme, Aviles, despite its unprepossessing exterior, turns out to have a beautiful casco viejo, or old town, with cobbled squares, enticing narrow streets, and more cafés, bars, and restaurants than even Mr. Creosote could empty. This, and the Niemeyer centre, are two great reasons to visit Aviles. The Hotel Palacio Valdes is a third reason. It's clean, comfortable, and realistically-priced, with a bar that sells my favourite Spanish beer, red Mahou, at 1.90 euros the bottle, so that's a great start to the evening, especially when you arrive tired and thirsty but are not allowed to leave the hotel until everyone's done faffing around upstairs. The breakfasts are okay, if a little dominated by bready things, but given the hotel's central location and the warm friendliness of the staff (and the local people in general), I can confidently recommend this place.…