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Hotel Casa 1800 Granada
Ranked #4 of 123 Hotels in Granada
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 29 January 2012

We spent two very pleasant days in the Casa 1800 Granada. Staff lived up to their reputation for friendly and thoughtful service. (One staff member, out of four or five we met, had an imperfect grasp of English and refused to speak Spanish to us.) The room was large, beds comfortable, amenities just right and of course the room was immaculate. The only problem was an overexcited heating system that belched out Sahara-like temperatures. Fortunately we were in the mild Granada winter so we just opened the window and slept comfortably. The hotel's location was in our opinion perfect, just off the Plaza Nueva (New Square, built in 1500) in the heart of a lively city (a university town, so lots of students in the Plaza). Restaurants, bars, historic sites were minutes away on foot, and the Alhambra just up an admittedly steep hill.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 January 2012

Doesn't live up to the great photos but it was close to Alhabra and the room was clean and warm. Breakfast exhorbitant price and wi fi didn't work for me.
I couldn't work out why the route from reception to the room was so cold but in the morning I found out that you are led from an enclosed reception through an open coutyard to the rooms .Iit looked impressive in the morning. No bath but shower worked fine. staff were helpfull in storing bags whilst we went walkabout.

Room Tip: Avoid lower courtyard rooms and above noisy buffet.
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  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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3  Thank kremmen1955
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Reviewed 20 January 2012

We arrived by train before noon and were told we could check in after about one hour. We left our bags and grabbed a bite. When we returned, we found we had been upgraded to a superior room which was quite lovely. The staff was so friendly, and they helped us with our bags to the room (lots of stairs in the hotel, some rooms not serviced by elevator). The breakfast was amazing. They also had free fruit, snacks and juice and tea in the afternoons. We were able to store our luggage the next day, too, since we didn't depart for the airport until mid-afternoon. Very conveniently located to the Plaza Nuevo.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank 700Traveler
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Reviewed 20 January 2012

We stayed in this nice hotel last September. Whilst our stay was pleasant it did not live up to the rave reviews we had read on Trip Advisor. It is in good location for accessing the sights in Granada but it is still situated on what might be described as a back alley. We booked a standard room and it was quite nice, but perhaps not as good as the excellent photos on the web site. The "Hotel" does not have all the facilities which you would expect for the price and it would be better described as an upmarket B&B. However if you are looking for something quirky and do not want the usual commercial hotel experience, this might suit you.

Room Tip: Do not accept a lower level room facing on to the internal courtyard. If you open the window, guests...
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  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 January 2012

Stayed at this property over Christmas recently. Paid nearly 150 Euros a night for a 'Superior' room. In comparison to other hotels in Spain and Europe, found that for this rate, the hotel was not a great value but just 'OK".

The positives:

A great staff - very helpful, always friendly, accommodating, and eager to help with questions.
The hotel location was excellent - right off Plaza Nueva even if a bit difficult to locate at first.
Quiet, being secluded from the din of town.
The look of the hotel is authentic 'Granadian' - Spanish-Moroccan, for a good sense to the area.
Rooms were finished with quality materials such as marble, old natural wood beams, tile, etc. There was a feel of quality to the surroundings.
Beds were very comfortable and large enough for my 6' 3" friend.


The Negatives:

WiFi was spotty at best, dropping off repeatedly. It was definitely inadequate for sizable downloads.
The 'Superior' room my friend and I had was crowded, had only one chair, and the chifforobe was too small for two people. The room's only windows opened not to the outside but rather to the lobby/entrance of the hotel, making privacy a real issue.
There is a control for the heating/Air Conditioning unit but only the front desk has control over its operation. I was never able to get the temperature regulated properly and the room always felt stuffy.

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Buffet breakfast was offered at 12 E and I found it to be adequate but not great.
The hotel is fairly new (as is its sister property in Seville) and has yet to work out the kinks.

The hotel has accommodation for only two rooms with twin beds and it's difficult to see how they can reconcile the difference (except for rates) between a standard room and a superior one. There was a mix up upon arrival whereupon we were sent to a queen bed room (the staff handled the change beautifully). That room and the twin room appeared identical except for the bed.

Room Tip: Ask for a room with a window facing the Alhambra. There are only two twin rooms in the hotel so get...
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  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 9 January 2012

We stayed here for 2 nights in Gradana. Lovely little hotel, and the rooms have a sense of charm in the Spanish-Moroccan medina style. Bed was super comfortable, and the bathroom was a good size. Location is good as you can walk everywhere from the hotel - and it is in a really nice, quiet lane way - so undisturbed sleeps. Only negatives are if you have a car the closest car park is about 1km away (note: Granada is not a car friendly city), and the breakfast is expensive if it is not included in your room rate (12 euro per person - so we ate out every morning - fresh juice, tea/coffee and croissants for 3.50 pp. down the road.)

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1  Thank Wanderlusting_Aussie
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Reviewed 7 January 2012

While I really enjoyed the actual hotel, the biggest problem is that taxi's can not reach the hotel and you have to walk about a 3-4 minute walk to get there. While this doesnt sound too bad, it feels worse when you have 2-3 luggages and are rolling them up on cobblestone. I felt bad for the neighbors when we had to leave at 4am and make all that noise.

That being said, that is the only con. The hotel is beautiful, great charm and lovely decor. The rooms arent plush, but they are comfortable and beautifully decorated. They had an incredibly attentive and helpful staff. We loved the daily complimentary coffee and pastry.

Overall, the location is good, hotel is clean and nice and the city is awesome!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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Address: Calle Benalua 11, 18010 Granada, Spain
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Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada > Albaicín , San Pedro
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#4 Romantic Hotel in Granada
Price Range: £49 - £212 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Casa 1800 Granada 3*
Number of rooms: 25
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Hotel Casa 1800 Granada is a charming hotel located in a fully restored XVII century historical building, the building is known as Casa de los Migueletes and served as the headquarters of the militia at the time. The hotel is decorated with chandeliers, frescos, cupolas and luxurious furnishings, always in keeping with the noble wood of the building whilst highlighting the Classicist and Mudejar elements of the original house. The rooms are elegant and cozy, some enjoy views of the Alhambra, inner courtyards, coffered ceilings and offer all kinds of amenities. The House is organised around a central courtyard where each morning breakfast is served and in the afternoon tea is offered to the hotel guests, who are treated to a family atmosphere and making the stay special and unforgettable. The charming hotel has a privileged location in the centre of Granada between the magical Albaicin and at the foot of the Alhambra. Nearby there are museums, theatres, monuments, shops, restaurants and tapas bars. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Room Mate Migueletes Granada
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