The location is not perfect but 15 minutes walk to Alhambra, and very nice new road, a supermarket just across the road, good value for money. The interior is a bit outdated but considering the price, it is OK. I like the little magnifying mirror in the bathroom, very thoughtful. There's no lift but I stayed at first floor, so it is OK
This hotel is well located a short walk to the City Centre and an uphill slog to the Alhambra. Boasting to be the narrowest hotel in the world? but of doubtful benefit. The hotel is modern, the reception is a cafe and the staff were very friendly and welcoming. However parking in their dedicated car park very nearby provided a true test of skill and faith. Our room was very small, barely enough room to store our cases, but worst of all there is no lift in this hotel. We were right at the top in the 4th floor, and even a walk between the high ceiling floors was challenging. The situation was very clear, carry your own bags, and good luck with that.
We stayed three nights in a triple room here in July 2019. This lovely little hotel with quirky stylish décor in a good location in the historic centre of Granada. Very convenient for the local bus to the magnificent Alhambra. Whilst this might officially be the world's narrowest hotel, our room was fine. Nearby paid parking is available.
The Hotel is not so far from the Centre area and Cathedral if walking. And convenient if taking a taxi to Alhambra up the hill. Lots of small local shops and restaurants and bars about in the area, but not too noisy at night. A basic hotel and okay for 1 or 2 overnights without spending a fortune.
Stayed for two nights in a “two-bedroom apartment” in the annex of the hotel. Considering it is a one or two star hotel (per Booking.com, it may warrant a 3.5 star rating (for exceeding a one star hotel’s expectations). The staff was lovely and kind. All transactions and communications with the hotel were clear, honest and thorough. Pros: Location, location, location. A nice 15 min walk to Alhambra. Tons of space for a large family; appears to be a converted apartment. We were only a family of four, but it could easily sleep 8 people in the many beds in the 3rd floor room in the annex of the hotel. Good living space and good A/C. There was a safe in the room. Great neighborhood. Near a grocery, fruiteria, laundry, lovely bakery, great coffee, good restaurants. Could happily live in this area. Overall, a good value for area and size of the room. Cons: Front desk not open 24 hours. Reception closed at night. Not capable of intervening after 10pm when guests loud and keeping others awake. Very loud neighbors can be heard in annex. Master bed incredibly firm. Too firm for some. Only a few hangers in the closet. Poor wifi in the room - spotty at best. There were only two very discrete (about 2’ diameter) locations where wifi worked consistently well. Dated, utilitarian furniture. Overall the room needs a refresh; not updated for a long time, it seems. Walls need drywall work (in various places, e.g. around A/C) and painting. Some areas of old drywall patchwork need to be painted. The shower doors were plastic and rickety. No mini-fridge but ample room for one. Loathe to evaluate cleanliness. Frankly, the room was dark, old and somewhat dingy. Other elements, such as no fitted sheet on the master bed (it kept coming off as we slept) lent to a feeling of dinginess, but it was not unclean. That said, we spent little time in the room - there is so much to see and do in Granada. Having a well-located room was well worth the fair cost. …