The hotel rooms are old and even if remodeled lack common sense amenities. A brand new marble bath didn't have a single shelf or horizontal surface for toiletries.Hallways reek of mold and walkways have uneven stepping. Trip hazards abound. One room contained an awkward step that made it impossible not to trip down to the bathroom or back up to the bedroom. And this was in a "better" room after we rejected the one we stayed in on our first night which had an interior stairway so slick you could slip on it in bare feet.
The location requires a 7.5 euro cab ride around a mountain to go anywhere. If you do stay here save some money and walk to the cab stand 4 blocks away.
The breakfast is generous but the quality is second rate.
Hallways reek of mold.
Some staff are helpful, others just rude.
I suppose it's a unique experrience but one I could have easily done without.
- 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