Hotel La Arena

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Dr. Aquilino Hurle 31, Gijon, 33202, Spain
Hotel La Arena
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Rated 17% higher but also costs 55% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families33
  • Couples63
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Villa

by wibblywobblies

We are going to Gijon for a wedding and would like to hire a villa. We will be staying for three nights, there are six of us going.

Is this possible and can anyone recommend a villa or other accommodation?

Are there any sights we should make an effort to see while there?

Many thanks, Clarise.

RE: Villa

by Thomascalvo

Hi

You have a lot of villas in Asturias, you can try and click on tis link and you will see what you have next to Gijón

http://www.infoasturias.com/plantillas/SRT_plantilla_concejos_frame.jsp?concejo_id=24

Travel Tips for Gijón

Semana Negra in Xixon.

by asturnut

Semana Negra (Black Week) during the summer is a lot of fun in Xixon. There are lots of concerts and festivities going on. The city doesn't sleep during this time. It's fantastic! After we enjoyed some concerts, we walked all the way to the other side of the beach (which is a very long walk) to see the big, ugly modern art sculpture called 'Elogio del Horizonte'. Then, since the buses and trains stop running around midnight and we had no money, we had to sleep on the Playa de San Lorenzo with a bunch of other people. Then at like 5 am, we got up and went to the inner port which is lined with palm tress and is sofly lit, and we just sat and enjoyed the quietness. It was a nice time! We went home exhausted! We were too busy partying to take pictures so picture from Semana Negra is borrowed from Asturias Natural.com

Roman hot spring bath ruins

by asturnut

Termas Romanas de Campo Valdes - were once public baths, constructed on the site of hot springs between the 1st and 4th centuries by the Romans who once occupied Gijon. For a small fee (under4 euros, depending on age, group size, etc) you can visit the site. Free admission on Tuesdays. Hours of operation vary with season and day of week. Regardless of the day, the site always closes during the afternoon for lunch and siesta between 13 and 17:00.

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