"Perfect hotel for a short stay in Granada"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Mar 20, 2014
I travel to Granada often for business, and this is the best hotel I've found so far. As I'm having to work while I'm away, the ultra-fast internet keeps me connected with work, and the massive king-size is so comfortable! Everything is very clean, and it has a great location in the Realejo neighborhood. I'll definitely be returning the next time I'm in Granada.
"Nice Place, but leave your car at home."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 8, 2014
The hotel was nice. We wish it included breakfast, but fewer and fewer of Hotel.com rooms include breakfast. Parking was an additional fee and you have to have the desk clerk come to another building to put your car in an elevator/lift, to put it in the basement. It makes more sense to either stay on the edge of town or leave your car on the edge of town. Easy and cheap mini bus from downtown to the Alhambra. Allow a half day to visit the Alhambra and when you get there be ready to have photo flashes and elbows from tour groups from the other side of the globe.
"Great place to stay in Granada"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 14, 2014
This hotel is in the center of Granada. It was extremely clean and the beds were comfortable. The lady at the front desk was very nice, knew English well and was very helpful. They have a cafe but all we got was coffee and orange juice. It was a great place to stay for a reasonable amount of money. If you are driving to Granada, the hotel has a garage that costs only 15 euros a day versus 20 euros that we paid because we didn't know. I believe they will park and get your car for you. I would definitely stay here again.
"Sightseeing at La Alhambra"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 9, 2014
We stayed at Alhaja to tour the Alhambra. The apartment hotel is run by friendly folks, and it is walking distance to La Alhambra, as well as to many nice restaurants. It is quaint and comfortable. The only difficulty we had was finding it, as it is located on a very tiny alley and our taxi driver had difficulty initially locating it. (Take their phone number with you and the staff will help guide you there). Once you are there, you will enjoy the convenience and feel of the town.
"VERY nice, but a couple issues"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 13, 2013
The hotel and staff were very nice, but there was construction going on the building next to it. Made it a little hard to sleep in on the weekdays. The shower floor was also a little slippery so be careful if you're less than sure footed.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 12, 2013
We had two rooms, that were off the street. One was very quiet the other on the side street on Friday night was noisy but the other night were fine. No wifi in room, just lobby. Restaurant downstairs was great. Hotel close to everything. Walked to restaurants, churches and squares. Enjoyed our stay thoroughly.