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Reviewed 15 April 2013

As our coach approached this hotel along a busy, narrow, street I was afraid we'd be in for a noisy stay. Fortunately, once through the well-polished glass front doors, any street noise ceased. The reception staff processed our arrival quickly and politely. Two small points : a. The two small lifts were inadequate to handle our coachload ; some of us had to queue while waiting for an available space in one : b. As we had been travelling all day, it would have been good had an hotel employee helped us to take our heavy suitcases to our room.

Our bed-room, though small, was more than adequate for our two night stay. It was in good decorative order, and contained everything we needed. We slept well in quietness.

The hotel's situation meant that we could walk to the city centre in twenty minutes, or to the river in five. While we tended to eat at city centre restaurants, we noticed several not far from the hotel.

Breakfast comprised a wide range of options. Both hot and cold dishes were available : all were of a good standard. We partook of the hotel's buffet on one evening. Again, we were satisfied with both the quality and range of food on offer.

  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Geoff M
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Reviewed 17 February 2013 via mobile

Stayed at this hotel for two nights in late January 2013. It was the second hotel out of four we stayed in traveling around Spain. It was also our least favorite of them all!! Lets start w the positive first.

The location of the hotel in reference to the city center is outstanding. There's a little market for juice and water right across the street on the corner. There is also a taxi stop near by-leave the hotel and go right, take your first right and then a left at the next street. You can, however, walk to the city center by takin the same path, but taking a right at the corner where the taxis are and just keep going straight for about five minutes. Lots of boutiques for shopping along the way ladies :)

Many great little bars and places to eat. We could never find the tapas area designated in Brown on the city map given to us by the hotel, but Sanchos just down the street on the left has great burgers!! Also, Made in Italy is a bar just down the way on the left w great prices on drinks.

Now the not so positive:
The hotel stay did not include breakfast (it was the only hotel on our trip that did not). There is literally one outlet in the room unless you unplug a lamp or something. The room key operates the lights in the room, which was standard in the hotels in Spain, but it also seemed to be in some sort of wacky timer here. So if u didnt change the channel or flip a switch every now and then everything would shut off.... There is no free wifi. They say its a couple of Euro for thirty minutes, but it's really for only like13 minutes. The computers ran ridiculously slow when they worked correctly at all. The staff was obnoxiously loud all the time and hardly spoke any English at all. We were hung up on twice while attempting to order room service (asking for juice and water mind you) because they could not understand what we were asking for, which is how we discovered the market across the street previously mentioned :/. The smells people discussed here are very real and very disguisting AND they happen all the time at random times. We would wake up w headaches from all the crazy olfactory stimulus in the night. The cleaning service is crazy loud starting at 6a in neighboring rooms dragging furniture around and banging things against walls. The view was non existent. The shower head is positioned really wrong and makes it a task of concentration to shower without soaking the floor.

Don't be fooled by the lobby either. The rooms look nothing like it. The rooms are more cabin looking (with a random misplaced Greek column near the window that coincendently blocks the one outlet) with pastel florals and wooden decor.

We never complained about any of this to the staff for fear of wasted breathe and/or energy PLUS they wouldn't understand us anyway, but this is definitely not a four star hotel in my opinion and I will not stay here agin should I visit Granda again.

  • Stayed: January 2013
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4  Thank Meredith-SanDiego
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Reviewed 15 February 2013

Location of the hotel is very nice, all the interesting places are quite close, u don't need a car to reach them. Breakfast is good as well, my husband liked a lot the bed, it was so comfortable that he didn't want to get out of there. There are a lot of tv channels

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Eugen1a
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Reviewed 6 February 2013

We stayed there on Eastern 2012. The staff was helpful and nice. Very kind to our kid. They offered us a welcoming "tapa". It's not far a way from the center and near a street full of bars with tapas. We reached by foot all the most interesting places. The furniture was a bit updated but the facility's maintenance was fine. The only con was the lack of blinds in the windows so I got an early wake up.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Chavernys
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Reviewed 13 January 2013

Very disappointed with this hotel, room was ok although the only available socket did not work and had to charge computer/phone in bathroom.

Bar is very small and near to the front door as the weather was cool in the evening it was uncomfortable to sit in, went and found another hotel nearby to have a drink.

The food was the worst aspect, very little choice and all the food that was meant to be hot was cold - not helped by cold plates., seemed poor quality of food used. I have stayed in many 4 star hotels in Spain and this was by far the most disappointing.

Sign outside suitable could be lit but never was, so it was difficult to find way back when dark as it is a small street not very well lit..

Room Tip: Didn't see any other rooms.
  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank lesleymargaret
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