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Located in Grado, Hotel Areces has a bar. Among the facilities at this property are room service and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking is available on... The staff were extremely helpful and courteous and the decor was simple and modern.
Located 1.2 mi outside the village of Grado, El Lacayo de Sestiello offers apartments and rooms with views of its gardens and the surrounding mountains. Great restaurant both for food and also for the scenic dining hall. The view from the large window at sunrise was so impressing Cachopo dish is really a must to try, so rich and tasty and typical from the area as explained me by the waiter.
Located in Grado, Hotel Auto-Bar features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi. The hotel has family rooms. All guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. The family that owns this hotel is wonderful! They take great care in making sure their guests are ok. I will be recommending them to my friends who are interested in doing the Camino Primitivo.
Grado is a charming market town in the mountains of Asturias, with a gentle microclimate that lets palm trees grow and water flow all year round. The people are accommodating and the downtown area is a nice human scale, with a lively bar scene and a Sunday market that fills the streets with all kinds of merchandise and color and freshness. My favorite part is the hiking trails that crisscross the area; Grado is a great starting point for several fine hikes into the mountains or along the river valley. One attraction is a small set of caves nearby, with Paleolithic paintings inside! You have to book in advance and wear sensible shoes, but this little "value-added" makes the town a standout for me. Restaurante Gran Feudo makes a stupendous burger, as well as a platter of grilled vegetables worth writing home about.
This is a small city with a positive self-image. The economy has been hard on the town -- too many empty storefronts -- but the people seem very positive and happy to live here. The public library, located in a renaissance palace, is worth an afternoon's visit in itself! Strolling along the streets lined with Art Deco and renaissance mansions, as well as charming local architectural gems, was a real treat. And there are palm trees, up north and among the mountains! The little tourist kiosk beside the park is a handy first-stop to learn about the historic buildings; the river walk is well-kept and much-used by everyone, the restaurants and bars friendly and good quality.