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Visitors to the capital of the Leon province will find many Leon hotels to spend the night, or longer, in this beautiful city. This ancient seat of the Kingdom of Leon is today an important waypoint on the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela. Finding a hotel is made easy with's peer-reviewed booking system. All accommodation options are reviewed and rated by past guests to give you an idea of the experiences on offer at the many hotels available. also provides photos of sample rooms and facilities so you can choose accommodation that suits your personal taste. A map pinpoints the exact location of the hotels in relation to major tourist attractions and transport routes in the area. Other details such as in-house dining and links to external Tripadvisor reviews ensure guests make fully informed bookings.

What is Leon Like?

Leon is packed with history, stunning monuments and is home to one of the most spectacular cathedrals in Spain. Sight-seers should head straight to the 12th century Leon Cathedral which is stunning by day or night. A holiday here is incomplete without a visit to the Casa de Botines, designed by Gaudi, or the beautiful Romanic church of Basilica de San Isidoro and the magnificent Hostal San Marcos which went from pilgrim shelter to monastery to prison to grand modern hotel. Returning visitors and pilgrims love to visit the riverside Parque de la Candamia and enjoy the chorizo, the morcilla and the botillo in the markets in the Barro Humedo, or 'the wet district', which is the centre of Leons bustling nightlife. Culture lovers should swing by the moden MUSAC contemporary art gallery that is designed not just to exhibit art, but also to encourage interaction, communication and the involvement of visitors in the artists work.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals

This is a city with plenty of energy, and you'll see it in the ancient streets of the Barrio Humedo at night. Go bar hopping and buy only a single drink at each stall. Drinks generally come with free tapas, and it's customary to sample each bar's specialities. Be a part of the unusual Genarin celebrations on Holy Thursday night, get drunk and make offerings to the alcoholic furrier named Genaro. You'll also never seem out of place if you're walking around with a rucksack and a pilgrim staff here. The locals are known to eat late, so keep your hunger at bay with tapas before the taverns serve dinner, though there are some that cater to hungry pilgrims from 7pm onwards. Book your Leon hotel with and find the best accommodation to suit your travel plans for any season.