This colonial style hotel is an attractive building in a quiet street not far from the centre of the city.
The rooms are, however arranged around a interior courtyard in the Spanish manner and this does mean that everything that happens in that courtyard is audible in the rooms. In addition most of the rooms only have internal windows. This makes them cool but also rather dark and people passing in the corridors can see into the rooms.
I would like to comment on the service of the staff but we hardly saw any. I can't make up my mind is this is a good thing or a bad thing. The hotel ran perfectly well so one can assume that, wherever they were, they were doing their job. The exception was breakfast service which depended on one girl serving and a woman cooking and they were greatly overstretched.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is located in the beautiful colonial resort town of Granada, best known as the Great Sultana. The Hotel was refurbished keeping it`s original colonial architecture, creating a picturesque and warm atmosphere for our guest. Hotel El Almirante has twenty rooms in suite. Each room equipped with air conditioning, hot water, mini bar, and LCD cable tv , wifi available throughout the Hotel and rooms. Guest can relax in the swimming pool troughout the day or in our tv lounge with courtesy PC. Hotel El Almirante was built with the enviroment in mind. We have utilized the lastest tecnology in solar power for our hot water system. the installation of a card system for the rooms ensure unnecessary use of energy. ... more less
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