Hotel Rosa D'oro is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Granada, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Granada's most popular landmarks, such as Barrio de Albaicin (0.1 mi) and Escuela Delengua (0.2 mi), Hotel Rosa D'oro is a great destination for tourists.
Hotel Rosa D'oro is a romantic small hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and 24 hour check-in. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Granada. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travelers looking to enjoy some crab can head to Alameda Granada or El Pescaíto de Carmela. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Italian restaurant such as Pizzeria La Nonna, Il Gondoliere Nuovo, or ¡Viva Maria!.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than The Alhambra (0.3 mi), Hammam Al Andalus Granada (0.0 mi), and Mirador de San Nicolas (0.2 mi), which are some popular Granada attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the small hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Granada!
The quote we got from Booking.com was half what the hotel went and took out off my credit card after we stayed!! We had a tiny room up in an attic up a spiral staircase with our luggage no help - it was daylight robbery! No internet connection in the room - nothing worked no tv !! They won’t write back to my letters I have sent asking for the refund they robbed my card of & they just ignore my phone calls - suddenly they can’t speak English!! BE WARNED these people took money off my card after I stayed there and a payment before I stayed there!!! They should be closed down!!!!
I booked this hotel and I had to cancel my bookings . I booked with free cancelation . The hotel deducted the whole amount from my account and after 2 weeks of the cancelation still did not recive back my money . I called them but nobody answer the phone , I wrote 2 emails and they did not answer personally , i got an automatic message that they just answer those emails if someone booked with them and I booked with Booking.com I would not recommend to book this hotel to anyone .
We booked back in January Palacio Cobertizo de Santa Ines through Expedia. We were told by e-mail that upon arrival to go to Rosa D'Oro hotel because the reception is for both hotels. Upon arrival we were told that the hotel we booked was not existing anymore (fraud) that we would have to stay at Rosa D'Oro for the 2 nights we had reserved. We were not happy at all because we had booked a 4 star hotel and a suite as a room at a cost of $199.00 Canadian per night.. Rosa D'Oro Hotel is a 3 star hotel listed on Expedia at $99.00 Canadian per night. We mentioned our concern to Maria at the front desk and she said for us not to worry as she would do something to satisfy us.I said the only way we would be satisfied would be to pay only one night as we had pre paid as a deposit for one night. Don't worry I will do something. We believed her. When we left after the 2 nights I reminded her what she had said. Please no worries she said. She asked for us to pay the parking (another fraud) and I gave her my credit card. Big mistake. Without my authorization she took my card number from the parking payment and charged me $199.00 Canadian for the second night. I have no receipt and it has passed on my credit card. Maria is a liar and a fraud. Instead of paying $198.00 Canadian for the 2 nights as advertised on Expedia, it costed us $398.00 Canadian. I have my credit card company on the case and will deal with the local authorities. Please stay away from this hotel.…
Good condition and very clean but on the small side especially bathroom/ shower (micro). Great location in old town beside bustling cafes and river. WiFi was so poor we had to sit beside reception and then still weak. Forget about uploading photos! Didn’t bother with breakfast at 10 Eu pp. Lots of places open nearby for a coffee and churros. Day staff were lovely and helpful but boss was of the non smiling variety. There must be better choices for the money.
My wife and I were traveling w my mother-in-law and found this hotel extremely difficult. If it had been just the two of us it wouldn’t have been a big deal and the beautiful location and pretty rooms would have outweighed the struggles we had. We called twice in advance (we are fluent in Spanish) to ask about accessibility but no one mentioned that 1) the hotel had recently relocated and would be difficult to find (even for a friend who was helping us who lives in Granada) 2) there is no access by car and the closest parking is a fifteen minute walk and costs roughly 25 euros per 24 hours, and 3) the hotel reception is up a steep flight of stairs and although there is an elevator it can only be used with help from the single person staffing the desk. On the other hand, it was great for my wife and me to be in the old city, the rooms were great, and breakfast (though not included) was good. …