This early 20th century 5 star spa hotel first opened it´s doors to the public in 1907 offering a high standard of accommodation, first class service and a wonderful variety of unique treatments in it´s spa that draws on the healing mineral water found in abundance in this picturesque corner of Galica.
The elegant white edifice set among gardens of palm trees and hortensias, is a classic spot on the island (accessed via a bridge) of La Toja. One of the most aristocratic locations anywhere in Galicia, it faces the tides of the Arousa estuary, along which shores, early in the morning, can be observed the shellfish-fishermen at work.
The large halls, high ceilings and terraces recall the golden age of Europe´s most select spas, though it´s facilities have been carefully maintained and modernised to the requirements of the present: tennis, a 9 hole golf course, and not forgetting the Thermal Club conceived for enjoying the more pleasurable side of water and a modern spa for relaxing with the most sophisticated therapies.
The hotel features 169 spacious double rooms and 28 suites. All rooms have heating, air conditioning, kingsize beds, satellite TV, safe, minibar, pillow menu, bathrobe, hair dryer and other thoughtful extras you would expect of a hotel of this standard.
SANXENXO AND O GROVE
No-one questions the fact that Sanxenxo holds the honorary title of tourism capital of the Rías Baixas. Almost joined to Portonovo, both have a young, happening atmosphere of beaches and bar-hopping.
Sanxenxo is one of Galicia's tourism capitals. Its population increases in summer and the large-scale urban development means everything is modern. Before the tourist boom, it was nothing more than a small fishing village, but the constant arrival of outsiders transformed its appearance totally, as people were drawn by the magnets of its beach and bustling nightlife. A Lanzada, a beach which runs for more than four kilometres, belongs to the town councils of O Grove and Xanxenxo and is one of the most popular in Galicia. The sanctuary there is visited by sterile women, since old legend has it that its waters have the virtue of being able to influence fertility.
The port of Sanxenxo is clearly clearly designed for tourists, offering places to drop anchor, above all for shallow-draught boats. It is also used by small fishing boats which work inside the estuary. In any case, the fishermen's neighbourhood and the outskirts of Sanxenxo are still reminiscent of times gone by, as is Portonovo, an attractive and nearby seaside town. The traditional local flavour of its harbour makes it one of the most charming corners of the Rías Baixas.
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