Lest I sound very fussy, I'll start by saying we stayed at 6 hotels in Andalusia - and I rated the other 5 as excellent. At Santa Ines we arrived to a locked door and a cold lobby. The tickets for the Alhambra that I had requested were not ready. There was no elevator and no bell hop. We were on the third floor and the last flight of stairs had no railing. Yes, I believe in bringing only what I can carry, but this was a challenge. We found the "superior" bedroom rather cramped with a double bed between a closet and the windows; there were no night tables. The adjacent sitting room was also small and the very basic sofa often had a damp spot because of a small leak in the ceiling. On our final day the door lock malfunctioned, and we were locked in our room until my engineer spouse was able to remove the broken lock. Yes, the view of the Alhambra was pleasant, especially at night, but the room was greatly overpriced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 16th-century Palacio De Santa Ines, in the Unesco World Heritage Albayzín district, is a 5 minute walk from Granada Cathedral. Crossing the small hall at the entrance, visitors will be fascinated by the courtyard beauty because of its fountain, columns, balustrades and in particular, of Renaissance frescos painted. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palacio De Santa Ines Hotel Granada
- Palacio De Santa Ines Granada