Parador de Corias
At a glance
Asturial Airport is 36.2 miles from the hotel.
The restaurant serves ingredients from the farms of Asturias and the waters of the Bay of Biscay.
The village of Cangas de Narcea , 2km from the hotel, is dotted with beautiful churches, palaces and mansions.
The hotel sits within an 11th century monastery that’s been named a National Historical-Artistic Monument.
The historic hotel is accompanied by a contemporary spa where facilities include a range of thermal experiences, a gym and an indoor swimming pool.
Spa & Leisure
In contrast to the historic hotel, the spa is a modern addition featuring all manner of facilities including a gym, indoor swimming pool, a hydro-massage pool, a Turkish bath, a bithermal shower, Scottish shower, aroma mist shower, a Vichy shower, an ice fountain, a sauna and heated loungers.
Central to the whole experience are the treatments, offering brightening, hydrating, moisturising and anti ageing therapies for face and body and for both men and women.
Hotel & Accommodation
In the beautiful Asturian town of Cangas del Narcea, Parador de Corias is an impressive monastery and a National Historical-Artistic Monument. In the basement is a beautiful museum where you can see archaeological remains of the original building, dating back to the 11th century, while views from the bedrooms look out onto views of the mountainous landscape and the river Narcea.
The Parador restaurant is located in what was once the monastery’s refectory. A historic space, it is one of the most beautiful spots in the hotel, serving ingredients from the farms of Asturias and the waters of the Bay of Biscay. Tuck into the likes of verdina and fava beans, bonito, hake, white sea bream, clams and razor clams influenced by monastic tradition.