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Eurostars Ciudad de la Coruna
Ranked #10 of 32 Hotels in La Coruna
Herne Bay, United Kingdom
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“Good value, Comfortable and Friendly Hotel”
Reviewed 21 July 2013

Although the hotel is undergoing renovations, we were made to feel very welcome by the excellent well trained staff, who did everything to make our stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible. Breakfast was superb, with a wide choice of hot and cold food and plenty of juices and hot drinks available. Rooms were well appointed with wonderful views across the sea and hills close by. A great holiday and thoroughly recommended.

  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with family
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Droitwich, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 19 July 2013 via mobile

Stayed here for two nights on a business trip to Northern Spain, and was the only English person staying at the time. The best thing about this hotel is the location, right on the headland. Fantastic sea views from most rooms and a great walks by the sea. A bit too far out of the main town to walk, but a cheap taxi ride at best is all that is needed. Clean hotel, comfortable and decent sized rooms (mine even had a jacuzzi bath!). The parking is a problem, and I agree with others comments on the paper thin walls.....There are no secrets at this hotel!! I thought at £50+ per night inc. breakfast it was good value. The sad thing is, with a few basic improvements, this place could be exceptional. Friendly staff that act as if they want to be there would be a good start. The attitude of the bloke that ran the restaurant was enough to stop me eating in it, and when I dared to ask for an iron I felt guilty for asking! The restaurant is huge, and has an outside area, and if run properly could be awesome. Little things like tea and coffee in the rooms (a fundamental for me in any hotel). Sort out the parking and put a bar in that serves more than one beer! The surrounding area is beautiful and this Northern part of Spain is no way a poor relation of its more popular "southern" relation......I do recommend you come here and take a look!

Stayed July 2013, travelled on business
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 8 June 2013

We stayed here 4 years ago and I gave it a 5* rating. Reflecting on that, I was generous.

The position on the headland is still superb, although the lack of dedicated parking means many guests have to park on the road outside, alongside the residents in the neighbouring flats.

Our first impression on arrival at about 6.00 was a wire snaking through under the revolving front doors, leading to a cleaning machine working outside. There was nobody at reception and
it took a little while before anyone appeared. Curious design means there are 3 steps up to the lifts, but once in the room all was OK.

We went down for dinner. There was nobody there, or seriously expected from the attitude of staff. They were dashing about setting up what looked like a wedding reception in half the dining room. Most of the rest was half set up for breakfast, with the buffet already waiting!

No. This was the dinner arrangement for the 5 tables set for dining. Was this a restaurant? Yes. Could we get hot food? Yes. Is there a menu? No, just ask me. We got a simple meal, but Campaniles offer better variety and service.

Thinking this must have been an off day we tried again the second night. 4 tables laid, smaller buffet. A menu of sorts was produced and copies in English and Spanish were then placed beside the buffet, proving they did exist. Again, guests were made to feel as though they were in the way of staff wanting to lay tables for breakfast.

Food was just that - food. It was reasonable value for the money, but not anything you'd want to book.

The deal we got was fair value for the money spent, but not a bargain. The hotel is looking tired, and the proprietors mighty want to abandon evening meal service altogether, or outsource it to someone who can make better use of the space.

  • Stayed June 2013, travelled as a couple
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Oslo, Norway
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Reviewed 21 May 2013

I stayed one night here in May 2013, and had a pleasant stay. There was however some minor “problems”...

Behind the reception area there is a room where the receptionists seem to spend an awful lot of time. I went down to the reception three times to ask for directions, advices etc, and every time I had to linger around and try to give the receptionist a friendly “signal”. It was all a bit awkward in the end...

Unfortunately you can hear everything in the hotel due to paper thin walls and hard wooden floors. Do not expect to go to sleep early or get up late... It sounded like the room over mine was having a minor earthquake. And the version of “Killing me softly” coming from the bathroom next door will haunt me forever.

The hotel is located quite a bit outside the city center, but in a quiet and new area on the tip of the peninsula. It looks a little run down from the outside, but the room was both modern and nice. The bathroom had a bubble bath, and you could choose pillows from your own preference. Everything seemed clean and well maintained. It was really quiet at night, and possible to sleep with your window open (air-condition did not seem to be turned on properly yet)

Be sure to ask for a room with ocean view. I would also recommend taking the time to walk around the area surrounding the hotel – it is really nice. There is even a small beach right in front of the hotel. It is possible to walk to the city center in about 20 minutes, and the promenade makes it a nice experience with plenty of photo opportunities.

It is possible to buy the breakfast for EUR 7 (in advance) or EUR 9 the following morning. I did not try it. You can park for free right in front of the hotel as well.

Considering the very reasonable price I payed, I would recommend the hotel.

  • Stayed May 2013, travelled solo
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Vigo, Spain
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Reviewed 2 April 2013

This Hotel was fine, good value for money, as we stayed only for 1 night and paid a really nice price for that, didn´t have breakfast though.
The Hotel is situated in around 10-15 min of walking distance from the centre, and has its own small beach with beautiful views on the ocean.
The room and bathroom were pretty big, clean, silent with everything you need. The bed was just HUGE, very comfortable.

  • Stayed January 2013, travelled as a couple
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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 5 January 2013

This hotel is a little dated and tired but we enjoyed our stay, we booked the hotel after staying at the Eurostars Salamanca (ex Melia). We were given a seventh floor room with sea view . The distance from the town may be a problem for some people but they could always get a bus or taxi, the staff are very knowledgable and helpful.

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  • Stayed January 2013, travelled as a couple
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Istanbul, Turkey
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Reviewed 24 November 2012

We had the obsession of seeing the ocean from "the corner" of Iberian peninsula, and we accomplished our goal. On 26th October, during a rain-storm, we checked-in. There was only a single parking place empty, and we drove in. I do not think it will be so easy in summer. The high middle-aged guy at the reception must have been a sailor or fisherman once. He communicated practically with short sentences, but he always smiled and did his job flawlessly, gave us the rooms we asked for and showed us the breakfast room within 2 minutes! Checking out the next morning took even less ...

Our room was looking North towards the ocean, while our friend's was on the opposite side and from 6th floor we both had different, but nice views. Of course, the storm did not allow us to open the window on the ocean side completely, but we could manage to keep it at 1/4ths so that the rain did not flood the room.

Our room was huge indeed, compared to our friend's which was on the other side, and normal, 25m2 or so. The arch shape of the building might be the reason, we suspected. As we would arrive late, and the weather was terrible, we had prepared ourselves cheese, jamon and wine as our late evening meal. Our room was so large that 4 of us could comfortably dine in there. The 2m wide sofa accomodated 3, and I sat on the chair. The mid-table was also large enough to place even 6 plates.

During sleep, we did not hear the storm, but as a precaution, we pulled the curtains. Maybe because we were tired - I can not be certain about that - but we did not wake until breakfast, so the room temperature must be convenient.

Room furniture and decoration is from 80s, but of high quality and kept very well. The bed was comfortable and linens were fresh and clean, just like the towels. There even was a shoehorn. I had not seen one in the last 15 years in any hotel!

Breakfast was undoubtedly complete, including sausages. Instead of omlette, they serve scrambled eggs. On the other hand, bacon was delicious, so I guess English make the majority of tourists.

Although it seems simple on the map, finding the hotel was not that easy during the rain-storm. And GPSs also do not work properly under such conditions, you know.

There is a bus stop 30m away, and 3 busses depart from there. The center is only 5 minutes. There is a beach towards the tower, and a promenade on the ocean side. In summer, I doubt we can afford the place! We regret having not stayed there longer.

Room Tip: Certainly from higher floors looking back to the ocean. Maybe a bit colder in winter, though ...
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  • Stayed October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Property: Eurostars Ciudad de la Coruna
Address: Rua Juan Sebastian Elcano 13, 15002 La Coruna, Spain
Region: Spain > Galicia > Province of A Coruna > La Coruna
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 On the Beach Hotel in La Coruna
#7 Romantic Hotel in La Coruna
#10 Luxury Hotel in La Coruna
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:4 star — Eurostars Ciudad de la Coruna 4*
Number of rooms: 130
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The ocean is Galicia and Galicia is the ocean. For this reason a truly Galician night is one with the murmur of the waves breaking on the cliffs and waking with the dazzling reflection of the ocean light and the soft sound of the calm, morning waters. Without any doubt, because of its location and its quality, the Eurostars Ciudad de la Coruna (City of Corunna) is the ideal accommodation for treating oneself to pleasures that are so human, so Galician, so Atlantic. The Eurostars Ciudad de La Coruna is a true oasis in the city. Here, in this secret Corunna courtyard, we have exchanged the streets for a first class collection of sculptures; here, the noise of the city gives way to the sound of the waves: here, the sound of traffic is drowned and the wind peacefully takes its place; here, the hills rise to contemplate how the city falls in love with the ocean and, here, we take off from daily life to submerge ourselves in history contemplating, next to the Eurostars Ciudad de La Coruna, the most ancient lighthouse in the world, erected in Nero's times: the Tower of Hercules. ... more   less 
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