Tired of crappy accommodations and impersonal hotels? Come stay in our backpacker ´s hostel and enjoy a new concept of lodging. This charming historic mansion is located in the oldest and most attractive neighborhood of Granada, the Albaicin. Moroccan markets, sunny plazas, amazing viewpoints ... Come and discover the perfect mix of classic Moorish architecture with a unique touch of character; find yourself in a relaxing and informal atmosphere, perfect for independent travelers.
A unique small hostel with lots of common areas (Hammocks, Chill Out, Patio, Bar, BBQ and even a Tree House) where you have the space to do your own thing and meet other travelers but where there is always someone at hand to answer your questions and offer best tips for you to experience the life of Granada outside of the typical 'tourist attractions'.
Enjoy our amazing Barbecues and big Paellas, cheap dinners, best mojitos, Wifi, games, free breakfast, book exchange. Do not forget to join us for the sunset Free Walking Tour through the Albaicin and Sacromonte neighborhoods and our daily activities: Arab Baths, Diving, Paragliding, Flamenco, Trekking, Cycling, Horse riding...
Through we have activities every night, we are not a party Hostel, and after 00.00h you can always continue the party in the local pubs nearby. :)
Feel free to leave your bags with us for the day once you checked out and keep on using all Makuto facilities when your transport leaves later in the afternoon.
You can also join us in our Volunteer Exchange program - collaborate with us in exchange for free accommodation! (minimum 1 month. Basic spanish required)
Come, stay with us and be part of our backpacker's family. Turn your trip into an unforgettable experience.
** Check in time from 14:00 **
** Front desk open from 8:00 to 00:00**
Check-in: from 14:00. Reception is open from 8am to midnight. We have a 48hr cancellation policy. Late cancellations and no-shows shall be charged the equivalent of the first night's accommodation. Credit card payments shall be charged an additional 5% commission; please try to pay with cash instead. Sorry, no children under 5 allowed in the dorm rooms with shared bathroom. Property reserves the right to pre-authorise your card prior to arrival.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
We had a private room with a bathroom and it was very clean and decorated in an eclectic style! Very characterful. It's a fantastic location right in the Albacin, with laid back staff and a friendly atmosphere. There was quite a lot of coming and going during the night (doorbells ringing, people calling out for friends etc etc) so it's not the quietest place and the room was above the front door. We were there in Oct so the end of season feeling was prevalent and everyone was laid back, kind and helpful. It was the same price as a 2/3* hotel room so not a cheap option but it was nice to have a place to hang out in and chat with others when you needed a break from walking the city or just for a friendly nightcap before bed, which you wouldn't get in a hotel.
A disappointment was that our second booking (done on internet through hostal world) was mixed up and Makuto had given our room to someone else and we had to go elswhere. They tried to help us by finding us a hotel room but it was an expensive taxi ride away (which Makuto did not offer to pay) and we also lost our deposit with hostal world. My advice is to phone Makuto directly to make a booking with them as there are obvious problems with the internet booking system.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Very small, but with friendly atmosphere and kind people.
Not suitable for long period, but perfect for a short stay.
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