The Silken Luis de Leon enjoys a privileged location in the commercial and business. A short walk from the historic city center and opposite the shopping center "El Corte Ingles".
Group of 50 walking Camino stayed at this hotel for a week Rooms and ensuite bathroom to a good standard Well serviced Breakfast was hit and miss On a few days big numbers for breakfast which seemed to overwhelm the staff and they could not keep up with the demand to replenish the buffet The coffee machines could not handle the demands Other days with lesser numbers there was not so many problems The bar behind reception was hit and miss and the level of serviced varied greatly. The biggest disappointment was the attitude of the reception staff. ApRt from one lady most were not really interested in providing guest requirements A good hotel which has the potential to be very good I stayed in the same chain in San Sebastián and it was excellent
"Lovely "Leon" - Spain "
Leon is an amazing city just 2.30 hours away from Madrid if coming by fast train or 4 hours by bus. Leon has some really nice scenic locations to be worth visiting. It is one of the neatest cities of Spain & you can find lot of gardens & parks in Leon. People love football here & you can see them playing all around you if wondering all the city. Hotel Silken Luis de Leon is located in the heart of the city and just in front of the very famous & biggest shopping mall at 25 meters distance. Worth visiting if coming to Spain for a leisure trip.
"Tired and hungry"
Arrived after a long day. First room we were offered had not been cleaned but we were immediately offered another modern and quiet room. Dinner was included but restaurant was full so ate in the bar. Limited menu del dia but tasty enough. Tina's salmon not cooked so sent it back and got another. Breakfast OK. Slept really well in a comfy bed
"Good hotel in very convenient location"
The rooms and bathrooms are large. It is a five minute into the old city and also down to the river. Right opposite the El Conde Ingles store and supermarket. The only this wrong would be that there are no tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms.
"treated like second class citizens at breakfast"
Stayed here two weeks ago, mercifully for only one night as part of an otherwise excellent tour. The rooms were fine, receptionist very helpful recommending a nearby restaurant as the in house facilities were taken over for a first communion party - and the bar was mobbed as Leon were playing a key football match. The barman was, frankly, incompetent, to make matters worse. The best was yet to come: breakfast for our group of 22 was served gracelessly in a windowless basement room and consisted of a choice of Cocopops or cornflakes with 8 bowls ... no fruit, some packaged cakes and the usual DIY toast, with useless domestic toasters. Only coffee was on offer. The two staff couldn't have been less helpful. The breakfast in the restaurant was of the standard we had met in every other hotel. Our guide was mortified and you can be pretty sure the agency will not use the hotel again. Also, the rooms and some of the bedding stank of cigarette smoke.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM