See why so many travellers make Hotel Via Norte their hotel of choice when visiting O Grove. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Via Norte offer a flat screen TV and a desk.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Restaurante Asador D'berto, Culler de pau, and O Chiringuito, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Via Norte.
If you’re looking for something to do, Iglesia Parroquial de San Martin (0.9 km) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Hotel Via Norte.
At Hotel Via Norte, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to O Grove.
We stayed there for two nights. The room was good and silent but didn't have a view to the water in front of the hotel. The breakfast was nice and with different thing every day. It has a nearby place to park the car and it was at a walking distance from the city center where there were a lo of restaurants. Staff was friendly and helped us on everything we needed. Considering the price it was a very good choice. The only drawback was that there was no wifi in the room. It only worked on the reception and on breakfast room.
We were in Lisbon and decided to spend a few nights near Pontevedra on our return to the ferry at Santander. This year we travelled by car - leaving our usual mode of transport, BMW R1100R motorcycle, at home. We looked up Hotels on TripAdvisor (room for the laptop in the car) and set the SatNav for the Tamanaco - such reviews cannot be ignored. We arrived there after an 8 hour drive, stopping for refreshments on the way, to a very warm welcome and a 2nd floor room with balcony and sea-view (none of these stand on a chair and lean out of the window jobs!), including a breakfast each, for a very good price. We parked the car, outside the front of the hotel, for free. We cannot comment on the thinness (or thickness) of the bedroom walls as there appeared to be only 3 couples staying. Breakfast was not a buffet but a served meal - orange juice, coffee, croissant (or toast), jam and yoghurt (2.5 Euros each). The room was quiet - double, double glazing - although some traffic noise came through but not enough to worry us. Free Wi-Fi, lift and free loan of an umbrella (although we had brought 2 with us) were nice extras. We went out for our evening meals and had a local map with hotels, cafes and restaurants marked - we even had recommendations from the hotel. We had a great 4 nights there and would recommend anyone wanting a quiet holiday by the sea, to go in June, before the crowds arrive and the prices go up.…
you have to think about a two star hotel. with this in mind, the hotel tamanaco is a very nice hotel with nice rooms and bathrooms. the location is great, with a nice view to the "ría" and close to the city center - just a 5 minutes walking. the breakfast is nice: a bouffet with the basic breakfast for a latin perspective. the staff is friendly and the price is good for what you get. but... the rooms' soundproofing could be improved, as you easily can ear the noise from other rooms and from the corridor.
Just spent one night at this hotel. Had planned 2 nights at another hotel in O Grove, but due to a mix up, the other hotel, La Conessa, had no room for us the second night. The bedroom was good size, as was the bathroom. You could sit out on a small balcony overlooking the estuary.Staff were great and friendly, and the breakfast had the largest choice of all the hotels we stayed at in Galicia. Despite being on the road, there was no road noise (3rd floor). We thought it by far the best value for money of all the hotels we stayed at, and would loved to have stayed for our original two nights.