La Casa de Victor is a clean and quiet Bed and Breakfast in the center of Granada. It is a cozy place run by its owner, Victor, a teacher of Spanish who has been hosting guests from all over the world since 2003. If you want to be able to sleep at night this is the place! There is no curfew here. You will have your own keys and total independence and privacy.
All the rooms have tea and coffee making facilities including a kettle, a small fridge and a dining table. There is free, fast and reliable broad band WI-FI access in the rooms. There are lots of books in several languages and guide books on Granada, Andalucia and Spain. Book exchange is available free of charge on leave one take one basis. Victor has designed and printed his own exclusive customized map of Granada for his guests, which has already become very popular. It includes all the places he likes when it comes to go out sightseeing or partying, eating or drinking, for tapas or wine, for beer or ice-cream, for hot chocolate or pastries. Priceless! You will not want to go out without it!
La Casa de Victor is right in the center, in a very quiet, narrow, pedestrian street, two blocks from Plaza Mariana Pineda in one the most beautiful and popular parts of Granada, within walking distance of almost everything: restaurants, tapas bars, clubs, museums, monuments, festivals, flamenco venues, theaters, cinemas, most beautiful squares, parks, gardens, boulevards and most popular shopping streets and avenues. We are also connected by direct buses and shuttles to each and every part of Granada, including the Airport and the Bus and Railway Stations.
Full breakfast is not provided but free tea, coffee, sugar, milk, croissants and cupcakes are included with your accommodation. You can have that in your room whenever you want, as early or as late as you like. It is not a banquet but remember it is free and available all day. If you want to have a richer breakfast or save money on food remember you have a big fridge in the room and there are good and cheap supermarkets nearby where you can buy fruit, yogurt, cheese or cold meats but, please remember there is no access to the kitchen and it is not allowed to cook in the rooms either.
La Casa De Victor is not a hotel, it is a private home and there is not a receptionist here. You must always inform your host of your travel plans and arrival time in advance to avoid you any inconveniences. Also, please note arrivals are not accepted before 10:00 or after 23:00
The property policies:
Minimum age 18 / No pets / No Smoking
La Casa De Victor is not a hotel and there is not a receptionist here. You must arrive at the time that you entered when you made the reservation. Please double check that the time you gave is correct. If it is not correct or if you need to change it, contact your host as soon as possible to make a new appointment. Please, do not underestimate the importance of this warning, otherwise you might find yourselves in the street with nobody there to let you in. Please, always act like you would if you were to stay at a friend's to avoid you and your host any inconveniences. Thanks!
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Run by Victor, a great guy who provides an awesome map of the town, with tips about all his favourite local places. Rooms are spacious and bright, location is good (just across the road from the bus stop that leads up to Alhambra). Breakfast was basic but sufficient. We would definitely return!
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Victor is special and your B&B is very nice. Good position and good service.
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