- Reviews: 1938
Sercotel Blue Coruña: A city centre hotel
I had a fairly high floored room - it was bright, airy and comfortable. However, the downside was that on the road outside there are metal plates in the road and as cars drive along the metal rattles loudly and does make a great deal of noise as the street is otherwise quiet at night.<br/><br/>The breakfast and coffee was excellent.
There is a lounge that offers free drinks and snacks to residents; it was not so busy when I was there, but it did offer value for money.
- Reviews: 13
Hostal Muíños: the best and cheapest place to crash
This hostel is very well located in the center of the city with the best sights, bars, the beach etc as close as they get. The price is just 10 euros for an individual room with shared bathroom. Rooms smell very strongly like mold, they're dirty and there is no heating in winter, however in summer time there is no need for air conditioning. An excellent value all things considered. FOR BUDGET TRAVELLERS ONLY!!!
- Reviews: 90
Hostal Palacio: Where the zombies live...
It's a really cheap place, and the location is great, but somehow, you get the feeling that this is the kind of place that you could shoot a zombiemovie in. It's dead quiet all the time, and the owners are a little weird...<br/>Refurnishing needed...
- Reviews: 1
yolanda: Clean, cheap and funny place
It's a place where you can cook and wash you clothes. Close to the beach and city center. People is wonderful
close the beach
- Reviews: 17
Hostel Alameda (near Bar Caracas): La Coruna's best budget hostel
This is a 1 star hostel with the feel of a luxury hotel.<br/><br/>You pay little for your room and you get it on-suite. The view isn't much though, you look down onto a street.<br/><br/>There is a bar downstairs and a restaurant /bar owned by the same people called Bar Caracas. All taxi drivers in La Coruna know where Bar Caracas is.<br/><br/>It is room only, but there are lots of places to eat in the same street, including seafood resturants and others.<br/><br/>The main shopping street and a big park is just across the road.<br/><br/>Highly recommended. The hotel staff speak basic English.<br/><br/>Be warned though, when there is a football match on, the bar downstairs is very noisy.
It is a very friendly family-run hotel and restuarant. It is not frequented by tourists, only off-the-beaten-track people and so on.<br/><br/>It is good also if you're a backpacker who doesn't want to stay in a hostel, because it is the same prices as a hostel but it is more lovely.<br/><br/>Number of rooms: 12<br/>Maximum number of guests: 21
- Reviews: 48
Centro Gallego: Ruined our holiday
Thank goodness we only had to stay here one night- and even at that we stayed in the bar as long as we could just to avoid going back to it! It was horrible- there were stains on the pillows and the sheets (lucky I brought my own)- the entire hotel stank of fried fish- even though we were three floors up from the cafeteria. The fried fish smell could have come from the girl at the desk- cuz she'd the personality of one!
The smell and the stains! But got to spend a lot of time walking around Coruna- just to avoid this place- stay at Maria Pita- I hear it's much better!
- Reviews: 3
IF YOU ARE GOING TO CAMP, THE...
IF YOU ARE GOING TO CAMP, THE BEST PLACE IS IN SANTA CRUZ, 15 KMS. AWAY FROM LA CORUÑA, IF YOU WANT A HOSTEL, THE BEST IS THE SOL HOSTEL IN LA CORUÑA CITY AND A GOOD HOTEL IS FINISTERRE ALSO IN LA CORUÑA CITY.
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