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Stayed here for 4 nights. A really good central location in a stylishly converted grand old house. Staff were ALL very helpful and friendly. Highlight is the restaurant, La Fabula, with Michelin starred chef Ishmael Delgado. Stunning food and service. Granada as a whole is...More
This lovely hotel was once an old manor house and is an easy walk to the Cathedral. We had a spacious room with a small enclosed balcony that faced Calle San Anton, but it was quiet as the doors to the balcony were double glazed....More
We had a small group staying here. The peole on the third floor only had a skylight and a sloping ceiling which they hit their head on getting out of bed, the hotel was able to change their room for the second night but avoid...More
Beautiful hotel close to town within walking distance. About a 10 minute walk to the Cathedral Granada, shopping and a plethora of restaurants.
Very clean, English speaking employees who are very service oriented. Valet parking only.
Beautiful courtyard where one can sit and relax from...More
We have visited many beautiful and memorable places over the years but the Villa Oniria hotel has earned a very special place in our hearts.
This beautiful boutique hotel is situated in Calle San Anton in the centre of Granada and is within 10 minutes...More
Response from tomcat1949 | Reviewed this property |
The main bus station is not within easy walking distance of the hotel. Depending on your luggage you could get a taxi direct to the hotel for about 15 euros or grab one of the circular buses which will take you into either... More
The main bus station is not within easy walking distance of the hotel. Depending on your luggage you could get a taxi direct to the hotel for about 15 euros or grab one of the circular buses which will take you into either Plaza Nueva ( C1 or C2 ) or Reyes Catolicos ( C3 or C4 ) in the Centre. Walk for 5 minutes down to Puerta Real de Espana. San Antón is a further two minute walk. Easy and a good way of finding your bearings as you’ll be walking this route many times. By the way if you do book this hotel do try the restaurant opposite and slightly to the right of the main entrance. ( Veracruz. See my separate report ) Good fresh food and fantastic value. Most of the clientele are Spaniards.