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What We Love

  • Tech-rich guestrooms allow you to control mood lighting, temperature and blinds without getting out of bed
  • Whirlpool tubs, heavenly showers and Bulgari products
  • Excellent, knowledgeable staff
  • The rooftop pool, which has a view of the Atlantic Ocean
  • A comprehensive selection of Asian-inspired spa treatments

What To Know

  • Guestrooms are completely soundproof
  • WiFi is free throughout the hotel
  • Located in a pedestrian zone
  • The skyline swimming pool has a 15-person capacity
  • Children are allowed in the spa only until 6:30 p.m.
  • The Skyline Terrace Bar can get busy on weekends
  • Pets are not permitted

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
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Overview

The Review

A short stroll from Vigo’s pretty harbor, a major fishing port on Spain’s northwest coast, Gran Hotel Nagari Boutique & Spa opened as Galicia’s first boutique hotel in 2010. In the lobby, low-slung chandeliers, lashings of Spanish marble and black onyx, and a variety of Asian antique furnishings set a glam tone that’s echoed across the property.

The 63 loft-style guestrooms are decked out in a rich palette of white, gold, silver and black, with dark-wood floors, faux-fur throws and textured walls and headboards. {“type”:”img-inline”,”src”:”/static/images/product/properties/3256/prop-83021-1354301417-full.jpg”,”width”:”275″,”caption”:”The Skyline Bar is a magical spot for a glass of Rioja at sunset.”}The tech-rich rooms let you control the lighting, room temperature and window blinds from the touch of a bedside button, while bathrooms take things back to basics with just a peekaboo glass screen separating the bed from the deep soaking tub and lovely Bulgari amenities.

The real pampering, however, is reserved for the hotel’s 8,000-square-foot spa where Asian-inspired treatments get top billing and a Sieste Bath, a “sensory stimulation tub,” lets you experience total weightlessness. After a treatment, head up to the rooftop pool to swim, relax on a bubble jet bed or wallow in the Jacuzzi.

On the food front, Alameda XXI serves traditional Galician seafood dishes and decadent desserts such as chocolate and green tea mousse. For lighter snacks, Manhattan Wine & Lounge serves tapas coupled with a decent cocktail list. Or order a glass of Rioja at the Skyline Bar and drink in the Vigo views.

How to Get There

Gran Hotel Nagari Boutique & Spa
Plaza de Compostela, 21
Vigo, 36201 Spain

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1195 Reviews
Superb stay
Reviewed 2 months ago

Having never been to Vigo before, we booked based on previous reviews and were not disappointed. We arrived very early but able to leave our luggage and were phoned by a friendly receptionist when our rooms were ready-an hour & a half earlier than expected. We were allocated 2 spacious, comfortable rooms overlooking very attractive gardens. The bed was superb, the rain shower amazing and everything was spotlessly clean. The bath was a lovely addition and the rooftop spa brilliant. Lighting could be altered to suit the mood. Staff were attentive and efficient. The only downside would be the cost of the spa. Spaces are very limited and we were fortunate that in October it was not so busy. This was a great choice and we would return to this hotel on any future visit to Vigo.

Lousy service. Not a luxury hotel.
Reviewed 2 months ago

The check in experience was annoying (they precharge the credit card you use to make the reservation, so it’s a hassle if you want to pay with cash or a different card)

The parking garage is tiny and there’s no valet. (It’s also hard to find if you’re not familiar with Vigo)

The Spa has no availability. So much for staying here to enjoy the spa. The hotel could not recommend another place for a massage.

The rooms are small, with no views. This is not suitable for business or romance. I can’t think of any reason to stay here. Find another hotel in Vigo.

Pretty stylish hotel on a lovely boulevard in an interesting city
Reviewed 2 months ago

This hotel surprised me a lot. It is very stylish and trendy. Nice staff, trendy furniture, good location, cool atmosphere and delicious food served by handsome waiters.
In my opinion it is a must to see CÍES ISLANDS at least once in your life. These islands are of a stunning natural beauty and can be reached by „Mardeons“ boats. You need to get a special permission to visit the islands, but it is very easy to obtain it.
In order to fully take profit of a long day, come to Nagari and stay here for at least 3 nights. On day 1 you arrive and enjoy Vigo. On day 2 you take the first boat to Cíes, and the last one to get back to Vigo. On day 3 you go by rented car to Baiona and have lunch at the monumental Parador. In the afternoon you visit the villages of Cangas and Sanxenxo area. On day 4 you check out and proceed to Santiago de Compostela, which has a stunning old city and Cathedral.

Nice but definitely not perfect!
Reviewed 3 months ago

Nice hotel in a beautiful surrounding. The executive rooms were expensive but at least spacious and clean.
One big negative aspect of our stay was the noise of the elevator which made it hard to get a relaxed and comfortable sleep.
Another negative aspect was situation with the pool. Although the pool on the top has a beautiful view, it was not well organized. Too many people for that little space.
I am not sure if I would book that place again or even recommend it.

NOT a 5 starts hotel and you get charged for everything
Reviewed 4 months ago

We were told that was one of the best hotels in town. That was our first time in VIGO.
Hotels looks nice in the pictures. It seems nice at first sight.
We booked a standard room, thinking it was ok in the “best” hotel I town.
Our room is was with no view. Only window was to an internal patio of not more than 15m2, in a 3 floor of a 8 floors building. It was noon, and we had the impression it was late at night.
Room had a funny decoration, modern but definitely not a 5 stars hotel.
We complained.
We chose to book the best room of the hotel, the penthouse.
We paid the obvious difference of price.
Then the room was with views, true, but still: NO balcony where to have a drink with my wife. Amazing. Room was distributed in the most peculiar way: Two bathroom and a jacuzzi and and extra and completely useless studio again heading the internal patio.
Then, we come to the EXTRA charges, for everything, and I mean every thing. Amazing for a host in the best room of the theoretical best hotel in town.
For instance, We did not find the remote control of the TV at first, and wondered if showing TV needed to be paid as an extra. That was not finally the case by gives you the feeling we had.
The so-called “pool in the skyline” (very nice in pictures but rather a small pool in the top of the building) was an incredible negative experience: 32 euros per hour, my wife and I. And as I felt asleep for 10 mm, We we’re charge an extra 16 euros.
When you ask why you have to pay to use the pool in a 5 star hotel, you are explained that this is not a pool but a “water experience circuit”. My wife and I had a great time laughing at this: just a small pool just a couple of gadgets.
It has been a great experience of what luxury is NOT about.