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Hostal Rodri is located in Granada’s old town, 5 minutes’ walk from Granada’s Cathedral. It is surrounded by shops, lively bars and restaurants serving Spanish tapas. Free Wi-Fi is available.

The beautiful Albaicín Distric is less than 10 minutes’ walk of the guest house. Granada’s Train Station is 15 minutes’ walk away while the Alhambra Palace is 2 km from Hostal Rodri.

Basically a hotel! Room was very clean and well-furnished. Manager was also very nice and took the time to give recommendations for things to see and places to eat at.

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9.7
Exceptional
1,817 reviews
Price from
£59
per night

Itinere Rooms is just 250 metres from the top of Elvira Street, which is famous for its tea houses, tapas bars and traditional shops. Just beyond lies the amazing Albayzín district. Airport and city buses leave from a stop just outside the property.

good location - walking distance to everywhere, nice and helpful staff, good sized room, clean.

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9
Superb
1,187 reviews
Price from
£43
per night

At the guest house, all units are fitted with a wardrobe. Complete with a private bathroom fitted with a walk-in shower and a hair dryer, all units at the guest house have a TV and air conditioning, and some rooms also boast a balcony. At the guest house, units have bed linen and towels.

Central location Friendly staff Clean rooms

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9
Superb
497 reviews
Price from
£72
per night

Practically situated in the heart of Granada, Pension Boutique Gomerez Gallegos is situated 300 metres from Granada Cathedral. This guest house offers a concierge service. The tour desk can help arrange some activities and free WiFi is included.

Very clean. Really nice. Really nice staff.

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9.2
Superb
538 reviews
Price from
£72
per night

Located 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of Granada and its bars and restaurants, La Posada de Quijada guest house features free Wi-Fi and facilities for disabled guests.

Breakfast is served every morning and lunch and dinner are also available at the guest house.

Our host was welcoming and helpful. We were given ideas of places to eat that were spot on! The home cooked breakfasts in the courtyard were wonderful. The bathroom was modern and pristine. We had a beautiful view. We loved our 2 day stay.

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9.3
Superb
421 reviews
Price from
£94
per night

This guest house has central heating and offers rooms with flat-screen TV and private bathroom with shower. Some rooms have a balcony. Pensión Alfin also has a shared lounge and offers luggage storage and a daily cleaning service.

Beautiful pension, lovely people, great location. Alhambra 10 min to main entrance, 5 min to shops and lots of restaurants, 5 min to pub and nightclub quarter. Great breakfast and lunch directly over the road. Thank you so much Manolo and the Team. 😻

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9
Superb
727 reviews
Price from
£117
per night

La Casita del Corralon is in Granada’s charming Albayzín district, just 250 metres from Mirador de San Nicolás Viewpoint. This house has free Wi-Fi and a small private garden.

A minibus that runs every 10 minutes will take to the city centre, and a tourist train regularly departs for Alhambra.

The nice little vintage house in the hearth of Albaicin,. You feel like in fairytale. Very cosy, with old wooden furniture, wooden doors and windows, nice curtains. Very clean. You have your own patio. The house is close to st.Nicolaos from where you can see the Alhambra. The garage for car is just before the hotel, and very close to Casita del Corralon The owner Ingo of the hotel Santa Isabel, from where we pick up the keys, was very nice, he has explained us everything, where to go, what to do, recommendations about the restaurants and places to visit. The small bus for Alhambra (No32) or city center stops in the front of the house. You can walk to city center by foot.

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9.2
Superb
154 reviews
Price from
£110
per night

Hostal La Ninfa is set in Granada’s historic Realejo district, at the foot of the Alhambra, which is 10 minutes’ walk away. La Ninfa features a characteristic façade, 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi zone.

Loved my stay here! The room was so much larger than I expected and the decor around the property was so lovely. The owner and her son are so friendly and happy to give advice.

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9.1
Superb
822 reviews
Price from
£38
per night

This 17th-century building is located on a pedestrian street in Granada’s beautiful Moorish Quarter of Albayzín.

It offers charming, air-conditioned rooms with private bathroom. Free WiFi is provided thorough all the property.

Damian is a great host! He made sure I was able to find the place (he collected me from the bus stop!) and then helped me carry my bags up the street and into the room. It’s a great location and every morning I woke to a view of the Alhambra; worth the daily trek up the stairs!

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9.8
Exceptional
98 reviews
Price from
£145
per night

Situated in the centre of Granada, La Perla Granada Suites features accommodation with free WiFi in a historic building. It is located 400 metres from Granada Cathedral and provides a housekeeping service. The guest house has family rooms.

I love the location, cleanliness, easy of checkin/checkout and the friendly staff. I was in the third floor and the views from the room were spectacular!

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8.1
Very good
3,406 reviews
Price from
£39
per night

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Warm and welcoming guest houses are ideal for travellers who prefer unfussy accommodation with a personal touch. They are usually family-run, and your host will provide local recommendations and optional meals. Often cheaper than regular hotels, guest houses can also feature a cosy living room and a garden.
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  • 8.9
    Scored 8.9
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 49 reviews
    The apartment is in a quiet street but very close to the city centre and to the train station as well. It is perfect for couples for a short stay. It has all the amenities you need (fridge, microwave, coffee maker), comfortable and nicely decorated. Joaquín is a great host, he even provided us a guide for the city.
    Pál
    Young couple
  • Avg. price/night: £128.03
    6.8
    Scored 6.8
    Pleasant
    Rated pleasant
     · 1,652 reviews
    Great location, good WiFi, responsive host, friendly and helpful staff. Clean room and comfy beds. Even though the pension is located in the heart of the city center, we didn't hear any street noise.
    Emina
    Group
  • 9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 405 reviews
    We loved staying at Carmen de la Alcubilla del Caracol. It far exceeded our expectations. Alejandro was a wonderful host and helpful in every way. Breakfast was very enjoyable, Lorenzo was delightful and provided excellent local information. The guest house is spotless with comfortable areas to relax and a charming garden.The views are amazing and it's very quiet. Granada is a beautiful city to visit.
    Mrs Joan Loverso
    Young couple
  • 8.6
    Scored 8.6
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 860 reviews
    Great location, right in the middle of the historic city centre, which was perfect for exploring. Loved the common areas, really liked all the social activities (family dinner, walking tours etc) - this is a great hostel for those who want to make new friends. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful.
    Malgorzata
    Solo traveller
  • 8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Fabulous
    Rated fabulous
     · 376 reviews
    Great location in a lovely area of town - the heart of Albaicin. Very close to all sights and the city center. A large terrace with a great view of the Alhambra. Grocery store 15 meters away with always cold beer. The apartment is equipped with everything you need. Quiet and peaceful at night. Good contact with the host who responds to every request. I highly recommend!
    Borislav
    Young couple
  • 7.8
    Scored 7.8
    Good
    Rated good
     · 351 reviews
    Simple and cozy place in great location. The host Frank is super nice, helpful and hospitable. Would recommend if you looking for a cheaper spot close to the city center :)
    Kamils1993
    Solo traveller
  • 9.4
    Scored 9.4
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 405 reviews
    Very pleased we chose this hotel. Great location! Great stay! Great hosts! Close to the Alhambra and just a short walk downhill into the main city centre. Alejandro & Lorenzo are perfect hosts! Muy bien!
    Carl
    Young couple
  • Avg. price/night: £72.29
    7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 716 reviews
    This is a quaint guest house with beautiful courtyard and simple, somewhat old-fashioned rooms. If you've had enough stays in modern renovations, this is definitely for you on your trip to Granada! We had a large room and there are tables and chairs in the public areas. We also found the location pretty convenient – near enough to the city centre but quiet and tucked away near San Jeronimo.
    Stephen
    Young couple
  • 9.0
    Scored 9.0
    Superb
    Rated superb
     · 1,158 reviews
    Great hostel! Large room, nice bed and everything spotless clean. Great location in the city centre. But the nest was the super nice staff that were very helpful and up for a chat. Thanks for the lovely stay!
    Stephanie
    Solo traveller
  • Avg. price/night: £42.68
    7.3
    Scored 7.3
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,060 reviews
    The pension is close to the city centre in a relatively calm area. The room was quite large for a single one, clean and quiet. The common bathroom wasn't too small. The wooden interiors are really beautiful. I arrived early and the hosts let me deposit my luggage hours before the check-in, so I could visit the city as soon as I got there. They don't speak English (I didn't expect them to, of course) and my Spanish is bad, but they are great.
    Samir
    Solo traveller

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