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Hotel Molinos
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Reviewed 22 August 2011

Molinos is a great place to stay in Granada!! The staff are great, the rooms were very clean, nice big bathroom, and comfy bed!! Our favourite thing about Molinos was the price, and we loved the roof top terrace!! Just ask the front desk for the key, and make sure you go all the way to the top!! Stay at Molinos if you want a hotel with great value, awesome roof top veiws, and comfy place to stay !!

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 August 2011

This hotel is very well located and is a great value to stay in Granada. Besides the fact that it is the World's narrowest Hotel (as clearly written on their website) and that you need to take your luggage up the stairs yourself, it is very good. Criticisms about the service read on tripadvisor is just true in part. Most of the employees did speak at least a bit of English and we manage to understand each other very easily. We did not encounter any unpleasant people at all. On the contrary, relations were very respectfull, friendly and the lady at the reception gave us tips about Granada and its sights. Definitively, for the price, this is a bargain!!!

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Jean-Philippe P
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Reviewed 4 October 2010

This is a nice hotel, very close to the Alhambra (walking up the stairs). The room was nice and clean but a littel bit noisy (was in the front of the hotel). The owner was nice and helpful without English. We stayed there for 2 nights and recommend it highly. They have a garage near by (costs 14 yuros a day)/

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled with family
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Thank oppnoa
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Reviewed 17 July 2010

stayed at the Hotel Molinos for 2 nights this month, and couldn't have been more pleased. Now this is not a luxury hotel by any means, but the combination of price, location, and the unexpected friendliness of the owner was a winning combination. I can't remember the owner's name, but he was so nice and helpful with local info and just a pleasure to chat with that he really made the stay more memorable. This is the narrowest hotel in the world supposedly so when you have a family you are put up in the adjacent building, still a tight fit but the AC worked, the bathroom was clean, and the beds were comfy. You are only about a 20 min walk from the Alhambra if you like to hike up hill, and only a 10 min walk from the cathedral and great shopping and restaurants. Granada overall was beautiful with the Alhambra being the highlight and probably deserves 21/2 days 3 nights to fully appreciate but can be done in 11/2 days and 2 nights like we did.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Thank aztec273
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Reviewed 30 May 2010

My mom and I stayed at Molinos for one night after a grueling morning of driving through the mountains and a long afternoon at the Alhambra. Molinos was exactly what the doctor ordered. We had a spacious room overlooking the street with a huge bathroom, AC, there's and elevator in the building too. The staff is friendly and helpful and the hotel is in a great location. On a quiet street but just around the corner from a million great shops and restaurants, walking distance to the Alhambra and to the center city which is tons of fun. The man at the desk even recommended a great place for dinner on Calle Pavaneras where the food was delicious. Later, they gave us great directions for how to get out of the city. If you stay at Molinos, be sure to ask for recommendations and advice, these guys know what they're talking about.

  • Stayed: May 2010
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Thank travelingfrog11
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