x The average starting price for a place to stay in Granada is £32 per night.
hannah.her We just stayed there for one night, but it was really nice. The hostel is located in the city centre. There is a garage nearby where you only pay 10 euros for 24 hours if you stay at Hostal Nuevas Naciones. The staff was friendly and told us everything we wanted to know, the room was clean with comfortable beds. The ensuite bathroom was also very clean and nice. I can really recommend you to stay there!
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!
Calle Padre Alcover 10 AExcellent 93%
Calle Conde de las Infantas, 15-17Excellent 93%
karenrudki This is a great hostel, the staff are friendly and go out of their way to help with suggestions. It is centrally located and very clean. My room is big and has only two bunks in it plus our own bathroom and small refrigerator! I have extended my stay by four nights...thos hostel and Granada are a great place to chill out.
garyhowart This was like being in a family home - amazing place! No parking in the Albayzin (Old Town) but there is limited parking at the top of the hill. Follow 'Parking Albayzin' signs. Almost certainly better to arrive by public transport but either way you'll have to be fairly fit to manage the uphill walking. Definitely worth it though!
Barrio Alto 18 QuentarExcellent 91%
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.
bernimille basic but clean, excellent spot if you like to be in the middle of things, staff were pleasant and helpful. Not alot of English is spoken so phrasebook is a good idea, or talk with your hands!!
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