The Hotel Attica 21 is in a secluded area of La Coruna. In October 2010 I spent a weekend in this hotel for a wedding and was very satisfied with the stay as it has all the comforts of its class (4 stars) and everything is very new and in good condition. The wedding banquet was held at the hotel and I must say the food was excellent and plentiful, all highly decorated and well served. The waiters were very friendly. As for the room, it was furnished with modern style in oil colors and wenge. The bathroom was spacious and had a bath with half screen. The only bad thing was that it was far from the center.
This hotel is in a provincial capital, next to a beach with no more than 30 people in August, green areas, for sports or fishing, ancient monuments within a 5 minute walk, while just another 5 minutes from the centre. That can only be achieved in the city of Corunna. I feel like a VIP.
I spent a weekend at this hotel during the summer, and was delighted with it. The hotel is located on the outskirts of the city, in an office area near the hospitals. However, there are several streets with cafes, bars and restaurants nearby, so finding somewhere to have a drink isn't a problem. To get to the centre, you'll need to drive, or go by bus or taxi (you can catch either of these just steps from the hotel). It is modern, and everything is clean and new. The bathroom was sparkling clean, and the mattress was incredibly comfortable. As for breakfast, there is enough variety and everything is very good. Moreover, it's continually replenished. There were several types of cut fruit, sausages, pastries, freshly made omelette ... in terms of drinks, there were different types of tea on offer, coffee and hot chocolate. Service was great. Highly recommended.
The Hesperia Coruña hotel has the good service we expect from luxury hotels and I had a very satisfactory experience except for three small details: room 506 has a cup stuck to the sink forcing you into an awkward position, it smells a bit musty, and the selection of newspapers available in the lobby is very poor.
I lived in La Coruna for ten years and know the Melia Maria Pita hotel well. When I got married, we had the wedding feast at this hotel and also hotel management invited us to spend a couple of nights in the honeymoon suite. It was truly great. No complaints, on the contrary, nothing but praise for all the hotel staff. And of course, it has wonderful views of the bay including the beaches of Matadero, Orzan and Riazor. Beyond Riazor stadium there is a building of very cool glass engineering work, which contrasts with the Tower of Hercules across the bay.
Zenit Coruña is a good hotel in a very quiet area with plenty of things to do nearby without having to take the car a lot. The staff are polite and friendly. Proof that simplicity, good taste and kindness are the keys to hotel success.
The Plaza hotel is in the shopping area of La Coruna. It has all the amenities of a modern city designed for cosmopolitan holidays. The hotel has 84 rooms and 4 junior suites that are modern and elegant in style to create a cozy atmosphere. The hotel has a restaurant which offers traditional Galician cuisine with modern touches.