Cheap hotel in Granada, Spain
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 27, 2012
Very charming hostel located within walking distance of most attractions. The decor is rather unique compared to most other places we stayed at. Staff were fluent in several languages but were not very service oriented. Regardless, we enjoyed our stay and would recommend the place.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 17, 2012
I was pleasantly surprised by the facilities. Like other review, the customer service orientation by front desk staff is questionable. But the location is great and easily accessible by public transit. The single room was very small. I laughed at the thought that they offered a remote control or the TV with a deposti because you can reach it from your bed! The room was clean but too noisy if you try to have the window open because of street traffic. The AC was not very good which is why I tried to open the window. Still, good value for your money!
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 16, 2012
for the location and friendliness of the staff, tops! the only drawback is that it also is a tapas bar and will be noisy all night. If you want peace and quiet, this is not the place, if you want to sample spanish tapas bar/ nightlife this is it!
"Great place to stay"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 5, 2012
I really like this hostal. It felt more like a hotel to me, but maybe that's because I got a private room. The bathroom was actually outside of the room, but I never saw another guest and I did have the only key for it. My privacy was never compromised. The location is perfect. At the bottom of the hill leading to the Alhambra and a quick walk to Bar Leon, which became my favorite place in Granada for tapas, and Hannigan & Sons, a fun Irish pub. The city center/commercial district is also a quick walk. The room did not have a TV, but if you need a TV in Granada you have issues. Most of all, the owner Sergio is a really great guy. If you speak a little Spanish or at least try to, you'll immediately consider him a friend. I read some other review saying negative things about him. It's not true. He's a sweet old man who can pass for your grandfather, and I wish him all the success and happiness in the world. I hope I get to stay here again soon.
"Basic, Clean, Convenient"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 28, 2012
What can I say? This hotel is basic but it's clean, has a killer hot shower, AC and free wifi, and is located in a very convenient spot in the center of Granada. It's easy to take trips back to the hotel in the middle of the day if you get tired and need a break (and Granada is hot in the summer, so you do get tired). Best of all, the price is VERY reasonable. It is just off the main road, so you have the convenience of that without the noise. Highly recommended.
Staff was friendly and helpful; they even kept our bags while we traveled. Even with our poor Spanish we managed to communicate. The room is clean and neat. It is a GREAT location for getting around Madrid; three metro stops within easy walking distance. Price is wonderful. We gave it a 4 because the room was on a noisy street, even during the night. But we still would go back. Suggestions: soap dish in the shower, clothes hooks in the bathroom (since these are communal areas), and towel racks in the bedroom (since the bathroom is shared).
"Excellent stay!!! More than perfect for low budget"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 30, 2011
Excellent stay!!! More than perfect for low budget travelers. This was the best hotel decision I made during my European trip.
Comfortable room by yourself at hostel price. Internet by cable in your room, fans and open windows for ventilation, safe, small fridge in the room. Bathroom and shower/bathtub are separate, but clean and great, European style.
This is a pension-looks like it's family run. They are nice and always available, but no breakfast and not that much guidance/involvement, so you need to be somewhat independent. Not sure if they speak English, but you should be trying to speak Spanish in Spain anyway.
Location is great-very close to a central, main shopping area. No cars can go in because it's a pedestrian street, so you'll need to carry your bags for a few meters (not far from taxi spot and bus stos), and up the stairs (no elevator). Not far from Alhambra. You can get anywhere in Granada by bus, but look out because stops are not really announced. Taxis are cheap. I enjoyed! Gracias!