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Avenida Ramón y Cajal, 2, Distrito de Ronda, 18003 Granada – Show map
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Food & Drink
Buffet-Style Restaurant, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and costs EUR 1 per hour.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
French, Spanish, English
2:00 PM - 11:00 PM
5:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 1 year stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Next to the Alhambra, Hotel Alixares offers panoramic views of Granada and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Score from 2602 reviews Good
A 5-minute walk from Granada Cathedral, Barbieri Granada Hostel features brightly decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi. Set in Granada’s charming old town, it is a 4-minute walk from Bib-Rambla Square.
Score from 214 reviews Very good
Hotel Molinos, located in the Realejo area of Granada, holds the Guinness World Record for the narrowest hotel in the world. It has a rooftop terrace with views of Granada.
Score from 425 reviews Very good
Within a 15 minute walk of the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, Al-Andalus Hostel is in a traditional Andalusian town house, centered around an interior patio.
Score from 465 reviews Very good
- clean - good beds - free parking - cheap, therefore we could accept the shortcomings below. - pretty decent breakfast - good bus Connection every 4 minutes for 1,20 to centre
- small room with basic facilities only, completely white, like a monistary, no atmosphere at all. Looks like a prison from the outside. - shower had no steady temperature - breakfast from 8 to 9:30, too early for a holiday. - centre is in a 25 minute walking distance - no cleaning in our 3 night stay
The place was very clean, we didn't have to pay to use WiFi and we got a nice and spacious room for a low price. Breakfast was delicious. Staff was really friendly and ready to give advices
Location a little bit far from city centre. 20 min walking.
Staff is friendly Breakfast is included I got a room with a bathroom for myself Complimentary shampoo and soap Very nice common areas
Location: somewhat far away from city center Booked an additional night and they charged me twice as much. Wifi was really bad.
This place is amazing. This like hotel. You have air condition in room with breakfast, all for 14€.
Nice hostel with free parking with breakfast included. We felt young again.
Cleanliness Air Con
Location a bit shady/seedy Price-expensive!
- very clean; when you go to the bath room it has a sign that it was disinfected (this should be a standard) - simple
- I did not like the attitude of one of the front desk attendants - the breakfast is kind of poor and short; I especially did not like the milk (but the breakfast was not that important anyway)
Good value for the money. Friendly staff.
Difficult to find. The GPS may mislead you. The hotel lools like a school.
Nice and clean
No kitchen, 30 mins walk from the city, very sterile environment, no kitchen facility, no good communal area, no WiFi in rooms
This is a really well run, comfortable hostel. Breakfast included and was good. Free safe parking. We thought it was good value for money.
It was a fair distance from the centre but the bus only cost 1.20 Euro so that was not a problem. It was great.
cheep price, clean room, free-towel, delicious breakfast.
I couldn't use WIFI in my room. Signal was increadiblely weak. Concierge was always busy and unkind. He looks as if he doesn't want to talk with customer
My room seemed very clean and I appreciated that a warm blanket was provided in the closet without having to ask for it. The room was spacious. Bottled water was available from vending machines in the lobby.
The staff was not friendly and didn't offer any help wih getting to know the city or how to get around unless you ask specific questions. There is only wifi in your room I you pay extra- you can only use it by the reception desk for free. The breakfast is only offered from 830am- 1000am - a very short window of time in the first place- so if you have to leave early for any reason you cannot even get a piece of bread or fruit to go, even if you explain you have tickets for La Alhambra at 830 am and need to leave the hostel by 8 at he latest and you've paid for breakfast. The hostel workers were very rude and short wih me; unfriendly and unhelpful, and I live in Madrid, where people are generally more cold and unfriendly. Also, the hostal is a 30 minute walk from center, so it is very costly in time and money to get to and from if you wish to be in he center but have to return to he hostal at any time during the day. I would not recommend this hostal to anyone nor will I ever return. I travel every other weekend and visit many hostels; this experience was one of my worst hostal experiences over he past six years of European travel. Very disappointed.
a bit far from city center
Bus at end of road takes you right into the heart of Granada
Took a bit of finding coming in from the motorway from the west. Burning off cuttings from the surrounding olive groves filled some areas of the city and surrounds in still warm weather conditions in early November 2013.
Only 20 minutes brisk walk from the centre, the hostel was extremely clean and the beds/pillows were comfortable. Breakfast was great It's well run, efficient & best of all was not overrun by groups of loud teenagers.
We were able to walk everywhere. We really appreciated free onsite parking. Clean and comfortable. Good free internet in lobby. Good value for money.
We would have preferred a double bed to 2 singles.
the staff were very friendly very helpful. the area was quiet and the parking secure at no extra cost.
rather noisy due to it being basically a youth hostel. Lots of banging doors and shouting down the hallways.
very helpful staff, free parking, to get to alhambra by car go via motorway - NOT through the city. by alhambra there are some free parking spots just few minutes walk from official parking (expensive!)
BOOKING COM - this hotel requires hosteling card to get the price you bet, by default people dont possess the card, so default price should be shown 2EUR more, please fix this.
Very expensive city and tickets to atractions. No friendly staff in buses, in Alhambra, the ATM was out of order to Caixa Bank. It was very difficult for us to communicate in english
Cheap and very clean accomodation. Close to the downtown. Everything was perfect. Some rooms have free internet from reception.
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