Small but clean room & bathroom. Very good buffet dinner. A nice easy walk to the Cathedral and shopping areas. This was the last city on our tour before returning to Madrid. All the shops in Spain close for siesta at 2pm. Some reopen around 6-7pm, some don't. (Incomprehensible considering their current economic crisis). Make sure you go back at night and discover there is a whole little world of mazes and plazas within mazes. We were lucky enough to encounter a flamenco guitarist and dancers performing just outside the Cathedral at around 10:30pm. Granada turned out to be my favourite city in the 15 day Cosmos tour. I wish we could have stayed an extra day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This tastefully decorated hotel has several rooms available for hire for business meetings or for celebrations or banquets of any kind, as well as a restaurant with very varied menus. The rooms are all outward facing, but they are all sound-proofed. They are well equipped with modern furnishings, and some also include a lounge. To sum up, this hotel offers the greatest possible comfort to all guests, to make their stay (whether it be on business or for pleasure) as pleasant as possible. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Don Juan Hotel
- Don Juan Granada