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Hotel America
4.2/547 Reviews

Hotel America

Granada|0.03km from Alhambra
We were very happy that we chose to stay at this Hotel. Staying onsite allowed us to get to the 8:30 am booking very easily and it was lovely to have a place to rest from the heat of the afternoon. We visiting the Nasrid Palace in the morning, followed by the Generalife. Then we were ready for a nap. We visited the Alcazba about 1 hour before closing, watched sunset and there were no crowds at all. The staff was very helpful and the breakfast was delicious. The garden restaurant is absolutely lovely and is such a nice place to take a break (I recommend it even if you aren't staying here). The room is small - but many places we stayed in Spain had small rooms. The bed was comfortable and the hotel was quiet at night. If you want 5 stars - go to the Parador. We thought this hotel was absolutely lovely and a good price, considering its location. It was lovely to walk around the grounds in the evening. You can't access any of the gardens but it's lovely in the morning and evening when the crowds have gone just to wander around the public areas. We got a little lost trying to figure out how to drive up to the hotel to drop off our bags, but we figured it out on the 2nd try. Then, we parked our car at the bottom of the hill in the public parking. We walked into town each night for dinner, which was lovely. The walk back up the hill after dinner was well lit and very pretty. If I was to do this again, I would choose to book the ticket that allowed a night visit of the Nasrid Palace, and then the other areas the next day (just my opinion).
Hotel Casa Morisca
4.5/567 Reviews

Hotel Casa Morisca

Granada|0.4km from Alhambra
We stayed in a 2nd floor “executive” room for 3-nights in late April at the Hotel Casa Morisca in Granada (€186). It was an atmospheric hotel with a central courtyard, the rooms entered off balconies and stairs around its perimeter (there was also a small elevator). It was nicely located on a side street just off the river, with a number of restaurants, bars, tourist shops and mini-grocery markets a few steps away. It was also convenient to the Alhambra and Albaicin's old town, although both were an invigorating 15-20 min climb up either side of the valley. Granada centro, with its cathedral and Arab baths, was a 15 min walk along the pedestrian-friendly riverfront street. Our east-facing room was a bit small, but reasonably lit by a window and a pair of doors opening onto a tiny balcony (we needed to remove the little metal chairs to actually stand on the balcony, and strain our necks for a glimpse of the E end of the Alhambra). The room was furnished with a king bed with side tables, a small table & chairs, a cabinet with mini-refrigerator and coffee fixings, small wall-mounted TV, and a closet with a safe. The bathroom was reasonable in size, with a single sink and bathtub/shower. Not much else to say about the hotel – it had a small courtyard with chairs at the back, and offered breakfast at €14 per person (we didn't try it). Overall, it was comfortable, conveniently located, but struck me as a bit overpriced for what was delivered.

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Casual Ilbira Granada
4.3/552 Reviews
Stayed for 2 nights on a room only basis. Spotlessly clean and very friendly staff. Rooms have a good mini fridge, and there is a kitchen next to Reception with a kettle, microwave, cutlery and crockery. Bus stop outside goes to the Alhambra for €1.40. Good selection of bars outside the hotel, and about a 10 minute stroll to the Cathedral, or Bib Rambla all on the flat. At the start of the narrow road to the hotel is a roundabout. Here is the Marquis’s sister hotel - great for breakfast. Scrambled eggs, bread, coffee and a large bowl of fruit & yogurt will set you up for the day for under €10. Just around the corner you can catch the C32 bus to Albaicin for €1.40. Lovely views going up a very steep climb. Get out at St Nicolas Square at the top. There are a couple of cafés next to the square where you can enjoy a coffee or beer, with the most amazing views of the Alhambra, then catch the bus or walk downhill (about 20 mins) back into the centre. We were worried about driving and parking in Granada, so we parked up in a little town outside of Granada, called El Fargue (coming in from Murcia), and caught the N8 bus in. Cost €1.40, and travels down the only main road through every hour, just after the hour, to Jardines del Triunfo, which is the other end of the main Gran Via de Colon - a 15 min flat stroll from the hotel, or a 5 min taxi ride. N8 bus returns to El Fargue from the same place at half past the hour. Saved the stress and expense of driving and parking in the City. Very successful. We will certainly do it again, and we will also stay at the Marquis Urban again.
Palacio de Mariana Pineda
4.4/561 Reviews
Palacio de Mariana Pineda was an absolute dream place to stay in Granada during our honeymoon. We stayed in both the Junior Suite with Alhambra View and the City View Deluxe Double, either of which we’d recommend for stunning day and nighttime views of the Alhambra. The hotel is located right on Carrera del Darro. The staff were very friendly and helpful with recommendations of good places to get tapas, go see a flamenco show, and other places of interest in Granada. We highly recommend Palacio de Mariana Pineda for your stay in Granada.
Hotel Casa Morisca
4.5/567 Reviews
We stayed in a 2nd floor “executive” room for 3-nights in late April at the Hotel Casa Morisca in Granada (€186). It was an atmospheric hotel with a central courtyard, the rooms entered off balconies and stairs around its perimeter (there was also a small elevator). It was nicely located on a side street just off the river, with a number of restaurants, bars, tourist shops and mini-grocery markets a few steps away. It was also convenient to the Alhambra and Albaicin's old town, although both were an invigorating 15-20 min climb up either side of the valley. Granada centro, with its cathedral and Arab baths, was a 15 min walk along the pedestrian-friendly riverfront street. Our east-facing room was a bit small, but reasonably lit by a window and a pair of doors opening onto a tiny balcony (we needed to remove the little metal chairs to actually stand on the balcony, and strain our necks for a glimpse of the E end of the Alhambra). The room was furnished with a king bed with side tables, a small table & chairs, a cabinet with mini-refrigerator and coffee fixings, small wall-mounted TV, and a closet with a safe. The bathroom was reasonable in size, with a single sink and bathtub/shower. Not much else to say about the hotel – it had a small courtyard with chairs at the back, and offered breakfast at €14 per person (we didn't try it). Overall, it was comfortable, conveniently located, but struck me as a bit overpriced for what was delivered.
Hotel Rosa de Oro
4.1/520 Reviews
Very convenient a only a short walk to Plaza Nueva, the hop on hop off train, bus and taxi ranks. Very comfortable. Paid extra for 2 rooms with views of the Alhambra, definitely worth paying extra. Friendly staff, nice and quiet. There was nothing we did not like and would quite happily pay a return visit.
Casa Bombo
4.6/543 Reviews
I stayed here in October 2022 for 1 week and I fell in love! The employees are all very nice and it's awesome that they offer you free breakfast in the morning with a lot of variety to choose from. The location is great- just opposite the Alhambra with amazing views all day and night long! Keep in mind that it's located in the Albaicin therefore a lot of walking is required, paths are uneven and steep. Good workout, though :-) The only downside is that the walls are very thin- this was not an issue except for one night when a very nosy couple checked in that was enjoying itself until 2 in the morning. Luckily, that was only one night out of 6, the others guests were much more quiet! I stayed at the room that has the bathroom outside the room- it didn't bother me but keep that in mind if you don't like that. Overall, I had a great time, good conversations with Flamenco Carlos ;-) and enjoyed the amazing views.
AMC Granada
4.1/562 Reviews
We are a family of 4 (2 parents, 2 college-age kids). Location of hostel is great, in the heart of old city, in walking distance of all sites. BUT the room was disappointing. The photo used on booking sites is deceptive. Our room was very narrow, with only one small window which made it oppressive. WiFi was VERY weak, which was an issue when we needed to book tickets online for sites like the Alhambra. And when we complained about this, the staff at the reception not only did not apologize (or give any kind of discount for the serious inconvenience) but acted like we were lying about it -- which is the worst reaction possible. Also, if you have a car, be warned that the parking garage is EXTREMELY small and difficult to get in to -- and of course you have to pay extra.

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