We show you the suite at the Reconquista Hotel where Felipe VI and Letizia will rest when they go to the Princess of Asturias awards
As usual, since 1981, it is On October 20, the Princess of Asturias Awards will take place, the XXXI edition of these awards. But to enjoy this important celebration, the kings arrived a few days earlier in Asturias, especially in Oviedo, with their daughter Princess Leonor. Where did the monarchs live during their stay in the city? The Reconquista Hotel, an emblematic five-star place where prominent personalities from all walks of life have passed, including royal members as happened during the Princess of Asturias Awards, is the location chosen for the rest. Although it is now a luxurious place, the truth is that the building was a hospice and children’s home until 1972. In addition, The heritage jewel of Oviedo has been a National Monument since 1973.
It is part of the Eurostars chain and has an attractive location, as it is only a few minutes from the Campoamor Theater, where the famous awards are held. The hotel has 142 luxury, bright, and elegant rooms, all of them exterior and in classic style. “Equipped with two single beds or one double bed and with the highest quality fabrics, the rooms also have a complete pillow menu, a 32-inch LCD TV, the possibility of air conditioning with individual control, and a workspace with Wi-Fi connection,” They explained on the website. But this is not where Letizia and Felipe VI live, because they too 7 Junior Suites and 4 Grand Suites, the “crown” jewels of the place. “The two Royal Suites, located in its most exclusive area and with balconies located on the baroque façade. Each has an area of 80 m2, a separate bedroom, a marble bathroom with a hydromassage bathtub, and a living room with a classic atmosphere decorated with noble materials and carpets from the Royal Tapestry Factory. They are decorated with pieces of art and antiques of great value,” they explained. Without a doubt a perfect environment to rest from the hustle and bustle of these events.
With absolute luxury qualities, these rooms are very bright, with outside and otherwise views of the emblematic Patio de la Reina, with a private furnished terrace and luxurious decoration, which combines excellence with the best materials and modern bathroom design. “They have direct access to the patio corridor and a free Wi-Fi connection. Double bed subject to availability,” they said. Fully booked for these days and with some places until Christmas is over, the room where the kings of Spain sleep has a cost in November of 540 euros and includes breakfast. Luckily for the monarchs, in addition to the peace they can have these days, the hotel also promises an experience steeped in history. The cat patio, listed as an Asset of Cultural Tourist Interest, is one of the rooms where you can walk with your daughters.