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Elvira, 25, Granada City Center, 18010 Granada, Spain – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.6/10! (score from 496 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel Posada del Toro.
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and costs EUR 15 per day.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
1:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
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 496 reviews
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Location and the very friendly and extremely helpful staff when having trouble buying tickets for the Alhambra. Had room 601 facing the Elvira street with lovely views of the Alhambra. Also noise But when shutting the windows absolutely quiet for a good sleep. Very close to the train and bus stations by taxi. Close to the centre , walking distance to the Alhambra.
Breakfast was ok nothing special But it was sad to have horrible prepacked buns,muffins when there are bakeries all around the hotel who sell most delicious baked breads etc. had 1/4 of a roll of toilet paper at first day and not replaced after cleaning and had to ask at reception.
No welcome little help very impersonal service. Location the only plus as quick walk to Alhambra
Convenient location. Reasonable size room
Air conditioning didn't work, other than the fan to circulate a little bit of air. Room got very very hot. The wifi on the 2nd floor and in the room was almost non existent. 45 mins to download a 5 page Word document. Numerous failures. No access to most websites. The drain in the shower could not cope with a reasonable water flow- fortunately we noticed in time. No movement sensor for light in the dark corridor at night. Lots of noise from the street at night from drunks counter the convenient location depending on your room. Breakfast is lousy, not continental unless you consider small packages of processed cream cheese and jam on toast is a continental breakfast. Doesn't start until 8 so if you have to go to a queue for tickets to the alhambra or catch a plane, you miss out anyway. The furnishings are dated.
Great location. Very helpful staff on reception. Hotel was well laid out. Nice, large comfortable room. Very good breakfast.
WiFi connection was sporadic.
The location was very central, within walking distance (20 min.) of Alhambra, and other places. The rooms were pretty, big and clean, the bathroom and shower good. Breakfast basic but fine, good selection for an uncooked breakfast. The people at the reception know English well and were helpful.
The hotel is on a very busy street.We had rooms facing the back of the building, as we asked for, and still there was quite a bit of noise during the night. Finding parking the first day was very difficult, as it was a Saturday, the second night was easier.
The staff friendliness and willingness to assist were outstanding. The closeness of the hotel to the center of the city and with most of the sites within walking distance makes this hotel an excellent choice. We will return again!!! Raoul & Iris L.
Easy access to main tourist sites, commercial areas and other areas of interest. Hotel was small and intimate. Room was fine. Never an issue with basic needs.
Impossible to get to via rental car, unless you knew exactly where you were going. Hotel seemed less than secure. Breakfast was ordinary for the money. Would I go there had I known what I was getting? Perhaps, but I might have looked more closely at alternatives.
Staff very helpful and friendly. Brilliant location with easy access to all tourist sights. Lovely old building beautifully refurbished. Love the central courtyard!
Location was not easy to find in a hire car but don't let this put you off!
location, staff, charm
The hotel is located in the very city center, near the cathedral and the famous Albayzin district. It's a renovated XIX century building in typical Andalusian style with a small patio and a fountain, while the rooms rather belong to Spanish Art Nuoveau atmosphere. Very helpful staff! I cannot catch the Wi-Fi and they proposed me a LAN cable.
The breakfast is continental, but it doesn't matter much - cafes are at every corner.
After nearly 5 weeks in Spain we rate the Posada in our top 3 and at number 1 (uno) for value for money. Facilities excellent, room spacious, right in the thick of action, breakfasts generous and the hotel has character and is well cared for.
The plus is atmosphere and location and with this comes the street noise factor which can affect your sleeping patterns. But hey, go Spanish and change your behaviour, sleeping hours and everything is fine. Their wifi is feeble, so you have to find a corner in the corridor or near the door to get a reasonable connection, but definitely not the worst we encountered in Espana. All up I would highly recommend this hotel.
Location was great....very characterful hotel...very helpful staff
double bed was two singles pushed together
In the heart of the city and easy to get buses, etc.
Street noise all night, but one is in the heart of the city, so one could expect that.
Its location and the courteous staff
Really enjoyed our stay at Hotel Posada del Toro. Quiet room looking onto patio made for a great time there.
Excellent location for visiting Granada
Poor 'continental' breakfast. It's tolerable only when you spend two nights ... Unpleasant smell in the bathroom; No lamp in the desk, esp. when you work with notebook late night; Thin walls - you can hear every breath of your neighbour (and more ...) No regular provision of shower gel and soap - we had to ask a lady in the reception; Price is much higher than in Sevilla or Cordoba for a comparable room
Location Room Staff Price Breakfast
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The location was great. 2 streets away from where the bus that bring you from the airport. Friendly and helpful staff. Decent breakfast, enough to fill your belly and you can be off. The Albacin area starts right outside the hotel.
friendly and helpful staff. Near bus stop to Alhambra.We will stay at this hotel if in Granada
The sign of the hotel outside should be bigger. Easier to see and locate.
It's centrally located, easy to get to, fairly priced and includes a continental breakfast. Modern, secure and sound proof doors to balconies above crowded and active street below.
Beds, bedding, furniture and towels have all seen better days. Light sleeper disturbed by creaky old elevator that adjoined the room.
Location of the hotel, suite with two terraces and excellent views. Good facilities in the room.
Breakfast was poor. Serving non-fresh orange juice in Spain is an insult. Also, sleep quality is somewhat compromised by the party streets surrounding the hotel.
Posada del Toro is a classic, old Granada building, with gorgeous tiling, mosaics, molding, elaborate mirrors, to name just a few elements. The bathroom has the strangest shower, an antiquated stand-alone, self-enclosed object which, in addition to a normal shower spray or an overhead shower (like a science lab emergency shower), has dozens of sideways-flowing jacuzzi-like sprays, with innumerable options. Didn't use any of them, but the point is, it's an quirky hotel that is true to its era, with the decor to match. More importantly, the room, towels, and sheets are clean, and the room on the 6th floor was spacious, with a view of the Alhambra. The staff is very helpful, and we got great restaurant recommendations (e.g. Oliver). And despite it being right near clubs, bars, and restaurants, the noise is almost imperceptible (at least from the 6th floor.) It's centrally located at the base of the Albayzín, a block from Plaza Nueva: a 30 minute walk to the main entrance of the Alhambra (which is at the top of the fortress, away from the city), and at most a 15 minute walk to all of the cathedrals, monasteries, museums, and restaurants that we wanted to visit. With breakfast included (toast, marmalade, fruit, coffee, and orange juice), it's an incredible bargain.
The continental breakfast could use an upgrade, with meats and cheeses available as well, even if it meant a slight price increase to the rooms. Five days is a long time to eat only toast and marmalade. Also, the Wi-Fi is terrible, with very slow speeds and frequent disconnects; this would not be so bad except there is no computer in the lounge/common spaces, so planning day trips and printing out maps was an arduous process. The hotel should either upgrade it's Wi-Fi or install a desktop in the lobby. It would be nice if the hotel had more double beds, rather than two twins, but this is common throughout Spain. However, it would be nice if, at the time of booking, one could know whether or not one would get the double or twin rooms, but again, this is standard operating procedure. Also, in keeping with its aged decor, while perfectly clean, the bedspreads (not the sheets) are a bit threadbare and ratty, and management would be wise to replace them, as it would be a simple and cost-effective way to eliminate the only aspect of the rooms that is less than stellar and gorgeous.
Location of hotel. Quirkiness of rooms relaxed atmosphere.
Pillows not the best. Very few hangers in wardrobe
Friendly staff Great rain shower Very close to alhambra and other visiting spots
Small room Breakfast is very bad, just some prepacked croissant, no hot things, as eggs or cheese for on the bread. Only mermelades.
Friendly helpful staff
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