Lugar Troniecho (Lanuza) 11 22640 Sallent de Gállego /Huesca (Aragon|Spain)
Behind this coarse stone façade, characteristic of a mountain refuge of the Tena Valley constructed with stone, wood and slate, hides an inn that is unique in the tradition of the peaks of Panticosa and Formigal Mountains. Hotel La Casueña inhabits the history of Lanuza, a village in the Pyranese of Aragon, from its nine Justices of Aragon, to its inundation caused by the nearby reservoir. Enriched by the past and the artistic flair of the decorator Vicente García Planas, this hotel surpasses all expectations. The ironwork on the arched entrance and stairway, as well as the frescos in the common areas and garret rooms are creations of his inspiration and hard work. The rest of the ornamentation debates between an escape to modernity and a latching on of the past. There are geometric and polychromatic panels are offset by allegories to Romanic art and miniatures from the museum of religious art in Huesca. A little something for everyone, yes sir. There is more consensus to be found in the bedrooms however; with a total of ten rooms, each one dedicated to a book and author: The War of the End of the World by Mario Vargas Llosa: Yellow Rain by Julio Llamazares; Inventory by Mario Benedetti.... Atop the bedside table is a book for which the room was named after. What details. The dinning room is just as special, it’s an intimacy space with frescos on the ceiling and illuminated by lanterns, perfect for a romantic evening beside the warmth of the minimalist fireplace, while outside the windows the snow falls.
Double room: 6, Special double room: 4;
todas con heating, king-size beds, flat screen TV, Canal Plus TV, DVD player, work desk, non-smoking bedrooms, bathrobe, hair dryer
ski lockers, conference rooms with capacity for 10persons , living room
Café bar, Restaurant
Open year round.
Credit cards: DC, EC, MC, V, 6000
VAT (8%) not included
Hotel La Casueña was born of the desire to put a little life back into the town of Lanuza. As the first business initiative here, it has decisively contributed to the town’s renaissance.
We aim to offer a novel space where tradition, new tendencies and technologies, nature and the guests can all coexist in a warm and exceptional harmony. This place is a refuge for the senses, a space for gatherings and ongoing conversations with nature. Our objective is that each guests esteems their stay in our house as an important part of their journeys.
The principal materials in the structure of the building are stone, wood and forged iron; the design and décor combines rustic and modern elements with an abundance of details that that evoke nature. The result is a very comforting space. Visitors will find ten rooms, each one dedicated to a different writer; in each room there is a book after which the room is named. The rooms are brimming with literary references. Some of the shower curtains have silk-screened texts written on the, to give an example. The bathroom sink counters have little river stones under glass top. The living room and little library are united in one; the transparent walls allows light to enter and gives a peek of the pine tree trunks and leaves and twigs ready to feed the fireplace. The dinning room is presided by a colorful mural on the ceiling.