The city of León has a privileged position at the crossroads of such historically significant routes as St James’s Way and the Silver Route, as well as a communication hub between Asturias, Galicia, and the rest of Spain. This makes this millennial city, with its more than 2,000 years of history, a very appealing destination for visitors.
The history of León goes back to the Roman Legio VI. Then it became the capital of the Kingdom of León, when the first democratic parliament met in 1188 in the Claustro de San Isidoro under Alfonso IX, which led UNESCO to name León a “Cradle of Parlamentarism”.
León has a rich and extensive gastronomic variety, as well as a complementary offering which makes visits to the city quite an experience.
Its sports and leisure facilities include two golf courses, sport clubs, a river walk, outdoor sport facilities, many pools with their own sport centres, a Sports Palace, a Stadium, and sport pavilions, as well as traditional and new shopping areas.
|Total Number of Hotels:||19|
|Total Number of Rooms:||1599|
|Total Number of Beds:||2957|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (theater):||700|
|Largest Meeting Room Capacity (cocktail):||700|
Capacity of the largest meeting room
Number of Meeting Rooms: 2
Largest Meeting Room Capacity (theater): 250
Largest Meeting Room Capacity (cocktail): 50