We have been at this resort recently .... what tranquility, relax ... Upon our arrival they give you discounts which you can use inside the hotel. VERY GOOD IDEA The treatment has been very good by the employees ... what most drew our attention, is what good people they are and some of the treatments you receive ....
What a shame I can’t show you pictures from inside the spa or the Water Palace. For me, the second best experience of the weekend by the Rias Baixas.
The hotel itself is amazing. Super comfortable and with a quite pleasant and attentive service.
But its real strength is its Water Palace. A circuit of absolutely incredible natural waters (derived from an adjacent ancient spring). The best part of the circuit is the sauna with rear bath in a natural water pool located on an open-air terrace.
The situation was as follows: between rock and rock, Mr Mauro Fuente, next to him the always cheerful and happy Mr Pons, Jimmy Pons; and just in front the Finn Lasse and a server. The trick is to leave the sauna, walk three meters to 8th and quickly get in the warm pool from which, logically emanates steam.
After a while of talking loosely it started raining so imagine the most incredible moment. Hotel 100% recommended.
We took these pictures during our last stay at the hotel. The buffet has lots of items like fresh juices, and it is placed on a stone table in a spot with spectacular views of the garden. The weather didn't allow us to use the pool, as it's not heated, but has a large area for sunbathing and drinks menu. The best part of the hotel is definitely the views, you can see through the trees to the lighthouse museum of the sea.
It's a good idea to relax by visiting the hotel's thalassotherapy center Thalasso Atlantic. The thalassotherapy circuit is amazing, super relaxing and super healthy. Last time I went, I went alone and it was really enjoyable. This time, I went for health reasons because I had back pain. The jets are very strong and, together with the water temperature, the pain in my back and neck reduced in an hour! Highly recommended. The best time is during lunch because there are almost no people. In addition, the sea views are spectacular. Children from 4 years old have access to the circuit and there is a babysitting service for younger kids.
The Hotel Ciudad de Vigo has 101 fully renovated rooms, including double rooms, rooms with king-size beds of 2m, suites, junior suites and living rooms with up to 80m2. All the rooms have satellite TV, minibar, hairdryer, safe, air conditioning, security locks and other amenities such as free wireless internet. The bathrooms are marble and the various rooms have a bath tub, shower or multi-function sauna. For your convenience, both smoking and non-smoking rooms are available.
The hotel is comfortable and above all, it is in a great spot (in the center of Vigo) and staff treatment, offers highly personalized attention. The facilities are great, and the hotel gives you a great sense of harmony. It mixes modern decor that has combined the ethnic and oriental, making it an attractive place and very zen, and everyone wants to try the spa. Practically everything that passes through your head you can have it at the hotel spa, they have a myriad of treatments and massages, with daily promotions, and package sessions. The rooms are luxurious with endless details and amenities that will cause you to not want to go home.
The hotel is comfortable and has a prime location, right in the center of Vigo. The service of its staff certainly makes you see that you're going to have highly personalized attention. The facilities are great, and the hotel has a sense of harmony. Mixing modern decor with the ethnic and oriental, makes it a place attractive and very zen. Makes everyone want to have a spa day. Practically anything you can think of you can have it at the hotel spa. They have a myriad of treatments and massages, with daily promotions and packs. The rooms are luxurious with endless details and amenities that will make you not want to go home.
The Bridge of San Jose: we wanted to escape the "hassle" of my land bound Valencia Rias Baixas Galicia. What good memories we had pipe and certainly the best Hotel recently renovated, Carlos and Paul of all the waiters are the best, the hotel food was delicious, we came away with 2kg more. The service of all the staff, make you feel at home. Thanks to Barbara, Paul, Eva, Marisol, Carlos, D. Paul and as Albert.
I visited this hotel for 15 days in June 2013 and I had been there 2 years earlier, but it didn't look the same at all. It has air conditioning, wooden floors, led TV, new mattresses, new doors, carpeting in the hallways and that says nothing of the common facilities. It looks like another hotel and I can only say congratulations. I just want to emphasize that the people who work there are still as lovely as ever and I hope to go back soon lots of kisses and hugs to Lola, Jose and Raul.
The Lane Hotel is in the village of VILAGARCIA of Aurosa, on the coast of Galicia. The rail has 29 rooms. All come with the best amenities that a client could need, always striving for comfort and a unique stay. The hotel offers many services: terrace, pool, restaurant with traditional cuisine, room service ... Internet access is free. THe hotel is within a few minutes walk to the Chapel of the Angels. You can also visit the famous cities of Pontevedra and Santiago de Compostela.
I stayed at this hotel on one of my visits to Vigo, in July 2007. It is a 3 star, and part of the Sercotel chain, ideally located in the financial and commercial heart of the city, next to the Corte Ingles department store. It is a multi-story building accessed up a few stair, as the street on which it stands slopes steeply. In the area it's virtually impossible to find parking, but the hotel has underground parking (7.50 € per day) where you can park as long as your car is not too large, because the access ramp is very narrow. Be aware that maneuvering in and out can be a bit difficult.
The reception area is quite spacious, with a desk, a lobby area with sofas (where tourist brochures are on offer), and access to the cafe and restaurant, which is open to the general public. Unfortunately, the staff we encountered weren't very friendly, and when we arrived, we had to wait quite a while for them to organise our check-in. The room was quite nice, spacious with two king size beds, a closet with two shelves, satellite tv, luggage racks, and a desk with a book about tourism in Galicia. The furniture was dark wood contrasting with the curtains and duvets in garnet tones. There were radiators for heating, and air conditioning, but there was no thermostat, and we assumed it was controlled centrally.
The room overlooked a courtyard, so we had a horrible view (the street isn't particularly special, either), but in return, we didn't hear any noise from the street. There are shutters so we slept like babies! The bathroom was also quite spacious and well-lit, acrylic with a large bath, wc and wash basin set into a marble plateau. The hot water came out perfectly and with a lot of pressure. We also had a hairdryer and a complete set of toiletries - toothpaste, shaving cream, shower cap, sewing kit, kleenex, soap and gel packets. We found only one problem - a broken plug socket. I noticed that each room has a separate electrical box behind the door.
The breakfast buffet was included in the price of the room, and was pretty good and varied, consisting of scrambled eggs, bacon, cold cuts, cheeses, toast, croissant, yogurt, juice and fruit pieces. The coffee was served by the waiter, but he left table a jug on the table to help yourself as you wanted. The breakfast room was in the cafe, but in a separate area reserved for hotel guests. Overall, I quite liked this hotel. It is conveniently located in the city centre, from where you can walk anywhere, and the quality : price ratio was good (we paid € 65 plus VAT for a double room with breakfast included).
This tiny, nice hotel is in the center of Sanxenxo that has access to the beach. Because it is on the beach itself! It is 2 minutes from all amenities, restaurants, and the beach Silgar. Waking up listening to the sound of the sea is most comforting, open the window and see the sun, the sea and the boats is the best way to start the day. I highly reccommend it. Ideal for lovebirds.
This 4 star hotel is close to the zone of Portonovo and Launched beach. It has a small pool, a children's poo as well as spa services by appointment. Not expensive and the treatment of workers in the hotel is very nice, cordial and close.
The hotel is a two star Recamar we found next to the train station, with a good price / performance ratio with respect to its location. The highlights are the friendly service and wi-fi in all roms. Yes, from the third floor, it is very difficult to get a decent signal. Even though the hotel appears old, it is classically decorated and simply furnished but comfortable and fair according to their category. For more details, do not fail to watch the video.
A good choice in Vigo! The last time I was in the city of Vigo, I stayed at Hotel Coia de Vigo, which is conveniently located near the most important places of the city, so I consider it a good option in Vigo. The only fault I noticed is that even though it was recently reformed, it really is quite old or as they say retains its traditional flavor. Although I consider the price appropriate for its quality. I recommend it to anyone. I easily got to the markets, without needing to move my car from the lot.
Great hotel great location, very friendly and very qualified staff, very modern and comfortable rooms, full buffet breakfast with great, high-quality, varied products! Highly recommended Hotel and next to the nightlife!
This hotel is Ideally located at the foot of the roundabout (Gran Vía) that organizes the whole city, and that leads directly to the center of the city, however, it is still relatively easy to park here. Personal attention is great. Rooms: comfortable and pleasant. Very clean. Quality / Price: highly recommended. They usually have online offers.
This place is ideally located at the foot of the roundabout (Gran Vía) that organizes the whole city, and leads directly to the centre. However, you can still park pretty easily in the area. The personal attention is great. The rooms are comfortable and pleasant, and very clean. The quality vs. price makes it highly recommendable. They usually have online offers.
This summer we stayed in Sanxenxo and we loved it. I recommend it 100%. The place is lovely, with fantastic beaches and great environment. We stayed at a hotel that had been opened the previous month and was very comfortable, being so new was great. Veteris Pontus is called Sanxenxo, very close to the beach. If you are looking for quality accommodation at a good price this is your hotel.
It is located in the heart of the city of Vigo, near the train station and bus stop (which takes you to the airport). The hostel has a total of 6 rooms which have now been refurbished, all with en-suite bathrooms. There are single and double rooms, all with minibar, internet ADSL-WIFI, safe, TV and heating.
This hotel has just opened its doors after being remodeled. It was really very good. It has a very modern lobby with a greatly improved image. The rooms are beautiful, as well as spacious and well maintained. The staff give very good treatment. Besides the structural improvements, this hotel is also very well located, so if you are travelling on business or with family or friends, it's easy to explore Vigo. I highly recommend it.
I was in this Hotel Boavista has a lovely view that I could enjoy with my partner and it was like I was in my own house. The workers who are immigrants are very attentive, cleaning in the rooms, the food of a wide variety and they had seafood, this hotel what it is that is outside the town but has a beautiful landscape, my partner and I were able to go to town and beach are close
Hi! My partner and I stayed at Hotel Avenida. We were served by a very nice girl named Beatrice, who explained the surrounding area and we were also testimonies of the great relationship between the hotel's guests and its staff. I was joking around with an employee, who later turned out to be the hotel manager, revealing the friendship between all employees.
The three B's, bueno(good), bonito (nice) and barato (cheap) but also centrinc. The best things are the views of the river, breakfast and the staff. The worst things are road works on the streets of Vigo, but what city today doesn't have road works? Highly Recommended.