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Based on previous Granada accommodation searches, the average starting price is £37
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Granada is £37 per night.
tmjungling 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!
Barrio Alto 18 QuentarExcellent 94%
morango87 My friends and me stayed 4 nights in this lovely hostel and enjoyed our time in Quentar and the fun-da-lucia Hostel very much. The inhabitants of the small village were all kind and hostpitable, espacially Axel, the owner of the fun-da-lucia and the people from the corner-shop (which is by the way not too expensive). If you feel comfortable in a peaceful and calm neighbourhood, this is the right place for you.
k_zamouri Very clean and perfect location! Straight in the heartof the city and on a climb distance from Al Hambra. (800 m steep climb) Tipical Andalucian hotel. Very good hotel.
jennifer.i A lovely brand new hostel, combining the charm of a beautifully restored old building done in the Spanish/Arabic style with a little bit of Swedish modern practicality thrown in! The owners (a young Spanish/Swedish couple) run the hostel very well, keeping it all very clean and are also very friendly and offer lots of useful advice about what to see and do in the area. There is a communal dining/kitchen/lounge area for everyone to meet up in and relax. The facilities are good and there is a very comfortable homely atmosphere there. The location is central and everything you need or would want to visit is nearby. My only complaint is that sometimes you could not have breakfast till 9am, as they wanted to clean the kitchen first!
Sander Extremely helpful and friendly staff, quietness and good facilities are offset by a bad location in two ways: first because of the rather dodgy looking street this was on (accessed through an alley off a more major shopping street - doesn't feel good to walk down there in the dark), and second because of its overall location in Granada, which is far from everywhere you want to be; its only saving grace is really that it's conveniently located wrt the train station.
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