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Triana Baja, 7, Granada City Center, 18001 Granada, Spain – Show map
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Abadía Hotel's staff speaks: Dutch, Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 14 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
Dutch, Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
12:00 PM - 11:30 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 2 years are welcome.
One child under 3 years is charged EUR 15 per person per night in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 20 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Based on 587 reviews
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This charming, family-run hotel is right in the middle of Granada’s historically significant center, next to the cathedral, Royal Chapel and Moorish baths.
Score from 582 reviews Very good
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This is the best hotel i've stayed till now. It has everything you need in order to feel at home; everybody is nice, always smiling and willing to help. Rooms are wonderful! clean, spacious, well decorated and equipped with mini bar and a kettle so you can make your own coffee or tea. I would really recommend this hotel to everyone who is planning to visit Granada!!
The staffs are really friendly and helpful. The facilities I had in my room were very well-thought (extra heater, hairdryer, kettle, extra blanket, etc.) I really enjoyed my visit!
The wifi is veryyy slow :(
Spacious and homey
Location, friendly and attentive staff, charming rooms and courtyard, excellent value for the price, convenient and inexpensive parking
room size, full bath, beautiful courtyard, electric kettle and frig
Told American Express not accepted
Lovely interior and courtyard. Comfy, clean and quiet rooms, with good shower, beds, fridge, tea and coffee-making facilities. Very helpful staff. Convenient location between railway station and old city centre. Short walk to all manner of bars and Alhambra shuttle bus. Best of all, off-street parking in central Granada. The parking itself is on a grotty piece of waste ground, but it does the job and seemed quite secure.
Streets immediately around hotel are quite dingy if you care about that - we didn't. Granada's traffic and one-way systems are a nightmare. None of this is the hotel's fault though. The only problem with the hotel itself was that the wifi didn't work.
It is a good value for money, nice and quiet room, not far from the city center and places of turistic interest, friendly staff and beautiful courtyard.
The car parking attached to hotel in secure locked garage,booked in with price of room,a kettle etc to make tea or coffee,pretty patio,building sympathetically restored.
Environs with spray painted walls leading to hotel from street.( rundown& bit spooky)wouldn't suit the faint hearted!!
The staff were helpful and the location was central. The tourist attractions very good.
After missing turning across pavement to enter approach street we unfortunately got lost and ended up photographed going into a prohibited area mainly due to one way systems and bad signage. The Graffiti was a disgrace and everywhere. The hotel approach much the same. It left you feeling wary of muggers.
The room was comfy, the view down to the enclosed courtyard was lovely. The staff was helpful and gracious. Having parking available was excellent.
We chose the Abadia in part because it offered parking. Unfortunately, it's location on a tiny, one-way street within a frightening confusion of impossibly narrow streets in the medieval town made it virtually impossible for us to find -- even with Google maps. We were rescued by a helpful city guide. Once arrived, it was an excellent location and we were very satisfied.
Value for money. Well-functioning hotel with charming patio. Good and kind service from young staff with good language skills.
Spacious room. Clean and comfortable. Nice quiet location within reasonable walking distance from most major areas of interest. Staff are very helpful and friendly.
The receptionist was kind and the room was fairly small but well maintained. The toilets were clean.
The wifi was not reachable in my room.
Helpful staff that gave us very good recommendations for our three nights stay. Privat parking offered.
Some street noise.
Nice building inside. Good room and courtyard. Good bathroom. Helpful staff. No complaints Would stay again.
The location was a bit rough but quite well situated.
We had a great stay. Perfect hotel for tourism, in the very center of the city, but also very quiet. Perfect
Good location, quiet but within easy walking of the centre of Granada and the station. Nice courtyard for evening drinks.
Tiny bathroom and rooms a bit dark.
Close to the main Centre and secure parking. The staff were very friendly and helpful. I would without doubt stay here again.
The smell of disinfectant in the room and a teaspoon to go with the cups would have been a good idea. That said I always take one with me, others may not. Take your own tea or coffee as none is supplied.
The location was very good. Easy walking distance to most places of interest. We booked a hotel room and we're offered (on arrival) an apartment about 10 min walk away. We chose the apt. Very quiet property. Cleaning needed attention. Overall happy with our stay. Lovely old traditional building and apt very large. Recommend.
Could have been cleaner. No instructions for washing machine. Having said that...Very minor details.
Clean, light room. Friendly & helpful staff. Excellent value for money
Staff were very pleasant and the room adequate for a night or two.
No wardrobe and 4 hangers!!
Very good staff, very helpfull and sympathic. This is an hotel with a true spannish style, really beautiful (especially the courtyard). The room was good and clean.
the wifi a little bit slow
As other travelers also comment, the staff was a very nice person. He was really kind and amiable. He was willing to answer my questions. The room was very clean and well furnished. If you are looking for a cheap and good room in Granada, I definitely recommend this hotel!!
Quietness of the location. The warm welcome.
It is hard to find, and a little far from the centre.
Location is near the train station.
When I booked this hotel, 54+ Euro was already charged to my Visa Card upon booking with the remaining 100+Euro uncharged. I arrived at the hotel for check-in on 12 Sept after 6pm. A young man helped me check in. He showed me two credit card receipts of which one was the amount of 54 Euro that had been charged while the other was the remaining 100+ Euro. He asked me to sign on the 54 Euro receipt and told me the 100+ Euro receipt can be signed whenever I want it. At that time, I thought I wanted to check out the hotel first to decide whether I wanted to stay for the rest of the nights there. So I told him I would sign the receipt when I check out. He said ok and he put away the unsigned 100+ Euro receipt. When I checked out on 15 Sept, another man called Jose Annnio Sanchex Vazyvex (I can't read his handwriting) helped me. He claimed to be the owner of the hotel. He said he couldn't find the 100+ Euro unsigned receipt and had to swipe my card again. He also implied that I lied about the above incident. He insisted that he had to swipe my credit card again! This means that my card will have been swiped twice - once for the unsigned receipt which he claimed he couldn't find while the second time was when he insisted. For credit card payment, my card is charged when it is swiped, not when I sign! Over the course of our argument, I did ask him to call the young man who helped me check in to check with him where he had put the unsigned receipt but he refused. He kept saying he knows everyone who works there and he knows none of them would do the above (ie, asking me to sign the rest of the bill at check out). He also questioned why I didn't pay at check-in. It was ridiculous of him to blame me on that because: 1) His own staff asked me to pay later and the miscommunication is his hotel's problem 2) it is common for hotel guests to pay at check-out, not check-in! His attitude was bad!
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