My family of 3 (2 adults/1 child) spent two nights at the hotel after a 3 hour drive up from Marbella to explore Granada. The hotel exterior has an old world elegance with modern amenities in the rooms. It is centrally located at a three way busy intersection but suprisingly our room which faced a rear side street was quiet. One night proved a little noisy as Granada was celebrating their soccer teams win of the WorldCup. My intent in searching for a hotel was to find easy parking to let the car sit while we explored on foot. There are numerous plaza's, shops, stores, gelaterieson almost every corner, and public buses to take you anywhere. We walked to the cathedral, the Arab/Silk Markets, and took a small bus two blocks over to the Alhambra. Driving in to the city despite having researched my directions was a little nerve wracking and we drove around in circles several times only to find we were a block away from our destination after asking for directions ( we don't speak Spanish). Once you find the parking lot which you have to go around and behind the hotel to get access to the entrance (was confusing) parking is fairly convenient as you can get to the garage via the hotel lobby. Parking was 18 euros/day, but safe. We had three single twin beds in our room/tv/balcony/central air/internet only in lobby/but door between sleeping room and dressing room/bathroom. Nice scented toiletries in bathroom. The hotel room had plenty of towels but no wash clothes, and housekeeping did not seem to know what face clothes were when we asked for them. The hotel is energy/eco friendly in that you have to leave one of your room keys in a slot at the interior of the door to keep the electricity flowing to the room. We ate elswhere but they do have a restaurant. Check in was uncomplicated and the staff were friendly and helpful with maps directions, etc. My 11 year old son loved the fact that there was a large Burger King Across the Street since he was going through fast food withdrawl for our 9 days in Spain. It opened at 10:00Am so unlike the USA did not serve breakfast but rather lunch/dinner. We later discovered wonderfull pastry shops one after the other on the main street . Plaza Nueva was a short distance away lined with Tapas bars but you have to time your right as many were either closing and re-opening later when we wanted to eat. The food in the area seemd more Spanish Touristry so I was rather disspointed in our evening meals. Do you reasearch in selecting places to eat. The gelato selection was amazing and make up for so/so meals. I still don't understand why everyplace gives you bread whether or not you ask for it but charge you 3-5 euro's for hard rolls?? The NH Victoria Hotel was great location and for 99Euro's/night and no extra charge for the third bed for my 10 year old son, I thought the trip advisor reviews were accurate and I would definately stay there again.
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- The NH Collection Granada Victoria is located in the historic city of Granada at the foot of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountain range and the intersection of three rivers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Nh Hotels Granada
- Nh Hotel Granada