Located in one of the most emblematic buildings of the city, NOVO stands as a warm retreat where guests immerse themselves in the warmth of Galician hospitality, sharing conversations while enjoying an unforgettable culinary experience. Every dish tells a story, each bite is a tribute to the passion for good food and shared life in A Coruña, the City of Glass.

Minor Europe & America achieves bringing together traditional Galician and Mediterranean cuisine with an international touch at the NOVO restaurant, located in the NH Collection Finisterre, an emblem in A Coruña.

A Coruña is a city full of history and with lots of sea. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Rías Altas, A Coruña has been a strategic enclave for the Celts, Phoenicians and Romans who have left their imprint, giving it a unique personality.

The footprint of time is felt underfoot and the view delights as you stroll through its old town full of historical heritage. Its excellent gastronomic offer allows you to enjoy the best local ingredients and seafood.

Minor Europe & America has wanted to turn its NH Collection Finisterre hotel into an emblem. Following the group’s commitment to gastronomy, the Novo Restaurant, aware that gastronomy is part of the customer experience, combines the best products and the best Mediterranean cuisine with international touches.

In addition to having great international chefs, at Minor Europe & America value is also placed on national chefs and industry professionals, such as Tito Fernández, who complement the accommodation offers and make it possible to consolidate Minor Europe & America’s position as the best gastronomic hotel chain in Spain.

DiverXo (three Michelin stars) by chef David Muñoz, Santceloni (two Michelin stars) by chef Óscar Velasco and La Terraza del Casino (two Michelin stars) by chef Paco Roncero, make up the seven Michelin stars that make Minor Europe & America the hotel chain in Spain with the highest number of Michelin stars. In addition to 12 Repsol Suns distributed between Madrid and Barcelona.

At the international level, four more Michelin stars are added (twelve in total) with the Dutch chefs Jacob Jan Boerma, (three Michelin stars in the De Leest restaurant located in the Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam) and Chris Naylor (one Michelin star in the Vermeer restaurant located in the NH Collection Barbizon Palace in Amsterdam).In addition to the gourmet cuisine, Minor Europe & America continues with the segmentation of the gastronomic offer at other levels, like experimental, thanks to its commitment to cocktail bars with new offers on the top floor of some of the chain’s hotels.