Hotel Alda Estacion Vigo

Calle Alfonso XIII, N 19,Vigo,Spain

  • Experience World-class Service at Hotel Alda Estacion Vigo

    Hotel Alda Estación is located in Vigo, 20 minutes’ walk from Vigo Port and 5 minutes’ walk from the shopping area. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The modern rooms have a stylish décor and come with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a bath or shower. The hotel can offer some information on the area. You will find restaurants and bars in the surrounding area. Vigo Airport is a 20-minute drive from Hotel Alda Estación, while Vigo Train Station is 10 minutes’ walk away.


    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • So-so

      Reviewed 04 September 2019

      A birthday lunch for 6, some great dishes, some average ones. Ross, the Galway lad, was our server, and was jovial and attentive, and happily arranged vegan alternatives for my daughter. The ambiance is good, usefully busy but noisy. The Coffee Negroni was decent; my wife enjoyed the non-alcoholic Aecorn Spritz, and many liked the Gingerella soft drink, despite its sugar content. We found the Courgette Carpaccio and the Mackerel underwhelming but we really liked the Tagliarini parmesan and the Cornish hake was perfectly cooked, as was the Pappardelle Beef Shin Ragu. The T-Bone was shared between 3, and was plenty for two young men with appetites and a girlfriend of slightly smaller dimensions; it was cooked well and to requested amount, and the deep fried polenta was a great feel in the mouth. The salted caramel icecream was nothing special and we couldn't eat it all. We tried the Grappa Classica but the Grappa Nosiola was far better and not a lot more expensive. Jamie Oliver was dining at the same time but we didn't bother him, since that would have been rather crass, if not disrespectful and we're not fame-worshippers. Overall, pleasant but not exceptional apart from a few dishes. Interestingly, we thought the pasta at sister restaurant Padella in Borough was better than here. Strange.

      Lawrie S
    • Pasta!

      Reviewed 02 September 2019

      Love this place. I have lived abroad for 6 years so I was very happy to see this place is still delivering quality. Lauren was charming and the team all give great service. Highlight? The pastas. Absolutely delicious.

    • Good Italian restaurant

      Reviewed 28 August 2019

      I had gone to Trullo with my family on a Saturday summer evening. Having arrived on time we were swiftly seated and presented with the menu, it did not take us much time to order a variety of starters to share and our mains. The starters (Anchovies, Burrata, Farinata and Pici) all were good and well presented. For the main I had the pork chop. All the food was good, well prepared and elegantly served. The accompanying wine (Calafuria and Primitovo) were good accompaniments to the food. It was all rounded off with Chocolate tart and salted caramel ice cream for dessert. Trullo is a good restaurant, worth visiting but perhaps not spectacular. I may return but I doubt that it would be a regular place to visit.

    • Proper pasta

      Reviewed 26 August 2019

      Trullo is just 5 minutes from my house and I am a regular. They are super efficient at updating the website with the ever-changing daily menu. Thats very handy for me as I can decide whether to treat myself to a midweek delicious pasta. Portions are small and suited to me. If you do the 3 course menu, it is a pricey enterprise. You can normally snag an early lunch seat without a reservation. Forget it at the weekend or evenings - you need to book. Its not cheap but the quality is outstanding. House wine is very reasonable. Its very handy for Highbury & Islington station.

    • Once again...superb

      Reviewed 25 August 2019

      I love this restaurant, even though we were put downstairs on a lovely summer evening (how do you get tables upstairs?). The staff are friendly, attentive and knowledgeable. The food is divine. I chose three starters and then a shared pudding and that was perfect. First burrata with poached pear - out of this world; then some special anchovies (can't recall name but I love anchovies) with ciabatta toast and salted butter and finally the papadelle with beef shin ragu - stunning! Finished by sharing salted caramel ice-cream with my husband. We drank good red wine...possibly Temporillo?? and had a lovely evening. We will be back.


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