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The walls are thin and we could hear people talking or walking or coughing outside the room. The door is difficult to open. Otherwise the room and toilet are ok except it's very bare minimum.
Location is superb.
Yes, sorry, but we didn't like everything in this hostel-like hotel: loud inside, bars loud outside, tiny room, old furniture, run down and uncomfy. No, unless you have no choice in fantastic Granada! Had to leave after the 1st night.
We spent a week at this hotel in early May and found that it provided all we needed. When our taxi from the airport had to drop us a couple of blocks from the hotel because of a May Day march and rally, we were...More
Very close to Granada Cathedral and public transport. Good sized rooms with very clean showers. Located in a side street and so, no noise at all. Very good breakfast spread. Very helpful front desk. Would certainly stay here again, if I visit Granada again.
US$50 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello We took a bus from Madrid to Granada and then took a taxi from the taxi stand outside the bus station direct to the hotel. On the way back to the bus station we walked one street from the hotel and took a bus... More
Hello We took a bus from Madrid to Granada and then took a taxi from the taxi stand outside the bus station direct to the hotel. On the way back to the bus station we walked one street from the hotel and took a bus directly to the bus station (We had a Granada Card that had travel included so we used it to depart ) We caught a bus from Granada to Seville. We used Alsa bus which were excellent. I am not sure about how to get to and from the airport. Alsa have very reasonable prices and different categories of bus. The one from Madrid for example was like a business class plane seat with meals, snacks and back seat entertainment.
When arriving to the hotel the first day the streets are very narrow and some one way. It is hard to find the hotel without knowing where it is. I am glad we arrived by taxi.
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"We had a room on the second floor at the back and it was very quiet."