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Hotel Attica 21
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Reviewed 10 October 2009

We selected this hotel due to the price...the location is completely lousy for any sort of sightseeing around La Coruna...but then again, taxis are easy to get and not too expensive.

We had planned to spend only one night here, the last night of our time in Spain, before we flew to London for a couple days before returning to the U.S. However, we both got sick while traveling and decided to skip London and just stay 3 nights here to rest and get well before flying to London to catch our flight home.

4 star hotel...good price...we entered and our first impression was of the least cozy hotel lobby imaginable...all conference hotel feeling...cavernous lobby with bar, restaurant, and seating area that opens up to the rooms above..think rooms in a circle looking down on the lobby below. Huge, sterile business like place...

We checked in to the practically deserted hotel, and the friendly guy at the desk told us that because the hotel was "full" we were being upgraded to a junior suite. OK....hard to believe this giant hotel was full when there was literally nobody in the giant echoing lobby space....but, hey, a free upgrade.

The room seemed nice...It had a separate tv/ living room space with a couple of couches, coffee table, mini bar, etc. and the adjacent bedroom had another tv and a small workspace....the tv in the bedroom didn't work. We called, and they said someone could come up the next day to look at it...Nobody was available that day...we wanted the tv by the bed because we were sick and planned to just veg out in bed.

Alas, our excitement about our "junior suite" ended when we woke up after morning number one in room 711, and my husband said, I think there is a mosquito in here...I got bit...I looked, and his back and shoulders were covered with 13...THIRTEEN....giant, red, swollen, welts...I said, 'um....sweetie...that was no mosquito..." There were no mosquitoes in the room.

We had no idea where else to stay in town, and we were both sick with no energy to move, so we went to the lobby and I told the guy we had to change rooms because my husband had been bit...at first, my reference to "chinches" in the room seem to cause the guy to smirk a bit....but when I asked my husband to show him his shoulder...the guy's attitude changed and he said, "I'm sorry", and said, "you'll need a new room"....um...yeah.

so we changed rooms, back to the standard kind we were supposed to have, and for the next couple of nights, no problems....

At first, I wasn't going to write about this, because bed bugs can happen anywhere...I know that. We travel a lot. And I appreciated that the staff were apologetic and just moved us...

But, on further thought, I decided that I have no idea if the staff went ahead and did anything about treating the room. I can only assume they did....but people ought to know that in July 2009, at least, there were definitely bed bugs in room 711....

I can't rate the place poor. It is not poor. If not for the bed bugs, I would not have such negative feelings about the place...And any hotel...ANY hotel can get bed bugs...so I am ambivalent about writing about it...but if it is an ongoing problem, then people need to know. The location however stinks...And bottom line, I wouldn't go back due to the bed bugs, the location, and the sheer cavernous feeling...I prefer a cozier place.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 August 2009

This hotel was a disappointment from the beginning. It is located far (according to google maps: 4,1 km - 10 mins by car - 50 mins on foot) from downtown in a depressing enclave of other dreary high-rise chain hotels with views on one side of the freeway, on the other of a geriatric community. The look of the hotel is straight-up "weary business man" - cheerless and gray. Upon entering our room, we found a welcome plate of fruit, meat and cheese that had clearly been sitting there a couple of days, as it was covered in mold (see photo). I was so surprised, that at first I thought it was abstract art. The electronic amenities were pretty old-school (there was even a 90's era boom box). Bathroom and bed okay, but overall the furnishings were rather tired, and after the moldy antipasto platter, I felt as though there were a certain unsanitary film over everything in the room. Front desk was fairly friendly and English-speaking, but when we informed them in a non-aggressive way of the platter, they just said, "ok, we will remove it," without apology. We had planned to stay 2 days, but cancelled the second night. As were were pretty tired after canoeing for 3 hours on the Rio Sella earlier in the day, we ordered room service, which was prompt, but not very good. We also used the business center to find another hotel, though not in La Coruna, which we found depressing, granted probably due to the inclement weather, and found that the computers were old and slow. I can usually find a few positive things to say about a hotel, especially a mid-tier one like Attica 21, but I got nothin'. Overall: yuck and bleh.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 May 2008

Very beatiful hotel!
Entrance hall, rooms hall, very stylish! It's a business hotel, but with lots of charm. We got there because my wife had to go to Couña's University, so its very close, but, it's 5 minutes from the center. Some people go to the Riazor because it's infront of the beach, but it's a 3 stars, and the price is the same. I wouldn't change. Very clean, rooms well decorated (pitty they didn't have an LCD, but, that's not a problem!)
We were impressed with the hotel.
Recomended.

  • Stayed: May 2008, travelled on business
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Stayed: May 2018, travelled as a couple
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