Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Guejar Sierra does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Juan Francisco, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Juan Francisco offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a concierge. Plus, Hotel Juan Francisco offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including Bar El Autentico, restaurant la era, and Encapaco, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Juan Francisco.
Hotel Juan Francisco puts the best of Guejar Sierra at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
A real gem of a hotel in the heart of this very pretty village. Fantastic value, everything you need, clean functional rooms with incredible views. Family run, generous breakfast, excellent evening meal. I will be back.
We usually come in winter here but it’s a lovely warm day so we’re outside. The hotel has a charming terrace with lovely views. We had a very good lunch which was fantastic value for money, especially the menu of the day. The hotel itself is very clean and comfortable. Well worth a try if you’re in the neighbourhood
A lovely experience in a small inexpensive rural hotel perched a thousand metres up in the Sierra Nevada above Granada. We had a large room overlooking the mountains. A clean hotel with friendly staff. It’s two star but what more can they do to get three given the swimming pool and lift? Breakfast basic but no need to buy food in the evening as large plates of free tapas are supplied with each round of drinks! 30 min by bus to Granada and a fantastic 5 hour circular walk in the door step with fab views and rock formations.
This hotel has lots to recommend it : - big, comfortable bedrooms with well equipped bathrooms and good showers - a cozy bar and large terrace with mountain views - a very good continental breakfast - a small swimming pool (open seasonally) - a large car park. The village has very narrow streets and little parking generally so the car park is essential. - the staff are amazingly polite and helpful - the only awkward thing was our lack of Spanish so communication was tricky -located in a village served by a good bus service to Granada The only negative in our opinion was the village in which the hotel is located. One of the things we enjoy on holiday is eating out in different restaurants and trying local bars. In September, the village appears to be 'out of season' so most of the bars and restaurants were closed. This is no reflection on the hotel but would affect our decision to stay there again.…
We intended to stay only for three nights but due to work commitments we had to return early. If work hadn't have called we would have stayed for a week or even more. Its very difficult to describe the lovely ambiance of this little hotel, the owner,the staff, his family and some of the locals felt like old friends after the first hour, they couldn't do enough for us.The room was large and comfortable, The food was amazing and the menu del dia was only 10 euro for about 7 beautifully cooked and prepared courses, although it shows 20 euro per person on the website it is only 10. In addition veggies and vegans are well catered for. Only a small point but important to me was that they had FRESH milk, which is amazing to find in a hotel / restaurant or bar these days, I loathe UHT milk so I was thrilled. With each drink ( inexpensive ) a tapas was served, including one of the nicest garlicky,parsley,fried squid served on lettuce I have ever tasted, I am going to ask Juan for the recipe it was that yummy.I wont go on and on although I could, you will never regret booking into the Juan Francisco and when you do please say hi to them from Steve and Davina we shall be back soon!…