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Palacio de Santa Ines
Ranked #9 of 124 Hotels in Granada
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 13 June 2014

Friendly staff; great location; big, clean, comfy, quiet room and a good breakfast to start the day. I loved being in the older area of Granada and loved walking by the river. The hotel arranged a tour to Alhambra for me that was spectacular. I spent a coupe of hours at the hammam across the street which was the very best way to de-stress.

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Reviewed 7 June 2014

This hotel was our fourth stop on a circular tour of Andulusia. We only booked one night so that my cousin's wife could see the Palace of Alhambra first hand and as a surprise booked one of the superior rooms. On arrival we were shown to a magnificent suite of rooms with a partial view of the Palace from the wonderful bedroom and the shared terrace, this was classed as a standard room, the superior room in contrast was much smaller but with a wonderful view of the Alhambra. We pointed out our disappointment to the staff who were very apologetic and understanding. The position of the hotel in the Albacian is perfect for exploring this area and the buses to take you to the Alhambra and the Mirador of St Nicolas. The staff were wonderful both on reception, cleaning and in the breakfast area, which I must note was the most extensive on our travels. It was a mistake only booking one night here, there was so much to see and the hotel was a stunning example of Andulusian accommodation with a story to tell.

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  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Enjoylifeandlive
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Reviewed 6 June 2014 via mobile

Had a room with a view - loved it. Sure the view is from relatively low angle, but its still there. Combine that with all the atmosphere of the hotel and its surroundings, you get themost authentic tourist (if that isnt an oxymoron) experience possible.

I would advice against having a car. If disabled or disabling conditions, i would also advice for more easily accessible location.

Basic services - good for three star hotel.

Stayed: June 2014
2  Thank Xtrttvllr
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Reviewed 5 June 2014

If is really cool saying that i sleep in a 500+ year old building. This hotel manages to blend the historical with the comforts of modern living. The building itself is interesting, dating from the 1500s. I was first assigned to a windowless interior room, but my request to move to a room with windows was immediately granted. The new room was much larger (even had a loft) and had a view of the Alhambra. The desk staff were very helpful and friendly. I had some problems with hot water, but they addressed them as best they could. The hotel is very clean, and the breakfast fresh and filling. I really like the location of this hotel (at the base of the Albazyn). The car parking scheme (leave the car near the entrance of the old city and take a cab) is a little expensive, but really works quite well. You really cannot bring the car into the old part of the city, so this solution is a good one. Just be sure to add $22 per night for parking when planning your expenses. The only downside to this hotel would be for the noise sensitive. Because of the layout, you can hear even the tiniest noises from the corridors on all 3 floors-didn't bother me, but I can imagine some folks being annoyed. That's the price of staying in such ah historical and interesting property.

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Reviewed 1 June 2014

This is a great little hotel located down a narrow cobbled road alongside a small river.
We paid a bit extra for a room with a view of the Alhambra. It was worth it.
On the first night of our stay the moon rose next to the Alhambra, it was quite eerie.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was excellent.
We were unable to get Alhambra tickets on line before we left on our trip but the hotel staff managed to get some for us, for which we were very grateful.

Room Tip: Pay the extra for the view, it's worth it.
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  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank John M
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Reviewed 1 June 2014

Wonderful little old hotel located in a 16th century palacio. The staff was wonderfully helpful, the room was clean and well-equipped and looked out over an inner courtyard which we thought would be noisy but wasn't. The hotel is perfectly located to pretty much everything you want to see in Granada (we could look down on it from the Alhambra). When we got there we discovered that breakfast was included in our reservation. Solid comfortable bed. Our room had a loft with a trundle bed (which we didn't use). The only problems were that the spiral staircase leading up to the loft was a bit in the way of getting to the bathroom, especially at night in the dark, and the beautiful ceramic sinks in the bathroom weren't quite installed properly so all the water didn't drain out of them. All in all, though, a great value for the money.

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2  Thank Rsmith90211
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Reviewed 31 May 2014

100 euros for a room should buy something quite special but this sadly falls short. The location is superb but bear in mind it is largely inaccessible by car so expect to carry or wheel luggage up cobbled, stepped streets, and no lift to the rooms off the lobby. I had a room off an echoey narrow street which amplified voices, worse still, bar opposite, windows don't offer noise proofing. Room sizes are small but clean (smell of bleach so they should be), it is an overpriced tourist hotel but earns the price due to location near al Hambra, expect to pay much more for a room with a view. Without the view, you may as well stay elsewhere in the city.

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Address: Cuesta Santa Ines 9, 18010 Granada, Spain
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Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Room Service Shuttle Bus service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#9 Romantic Hotel in Granada
#13 Business Hotel in Granada
Price Range: £46 - £145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Palacio de Santa Ines 3*
Number of rooms: 35
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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