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Reviewed 11 August 2014

This was a beautiful place to stay, with wonderful views across the valleys and mountains from the front rooms. We could hear the stream from the balcony and with the window open which was very relaxing. The pool was incredible and we had it almost to ourselves - a very relaxing place to spend the afternoon.

Staff were very friendly and helpful - and had great suggestions for walks in the surrounding countryside.

Only downsides - breakfast wasn't as high a standard as the hotel itself, and the walls of the rooms were very thin. We could hear the couple next to us talking drunkenly late into the night, and they also left their ventaxia on until late which made a loud humming noise. I think this would be more of a problem during peak season if the hotel is full. It wouldn't put us off staying again though - the hotel overall was lovely.

Room Tip: A room tip - try to stay at the front not the side or back - the side near the pool you can hear the aircon.
  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank EFarrington
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Reviewed 19 July 2014

Stayed one night whilst visiting the Alpujarras in July. Hotel offers lovely accommodation in a wonderfully quiet location on the edge of Capileira, but within a few minutes walk from the little towns points of interest. We had room 308 which is at the top of the hotels grounds and has a beautiful peaceful little stream bubbling past the windows. Even in the heat of July the nights here are cool and sleeping was bliss with zero noise from anything other than water flowing by.

Breakfast was very adequate consisting a buffet with most things modern European travellers insist on. The hotel was extremely clean, reception and restaurant staff very helpful and attentive and we thought the hotel was good value for money - we will be back.

Room Tip: rooms closer to the top of the property are set in wonderful garden.
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 2 June 2014

The trip to this hotel is fairly scary (not third world scary) as the road is up a narrow winding mountain. Once you arrived you wonder how a town could be built on the side of a mountain and how the town stays on the side of the mountain.

The accommodation goes from awful to nice depending on what room you get (I was in a large group). Some of the downstairs rooms are dark and small and horrible (very disappointing!). The majority of the upstairs room have verandas and good views and the rooms are a good size. The other disappointing aspect about the hotel is the plastic under-sheet on the beds!

The hotel is fairly basic. There is free internet only in the reception area which is adequate for emails and facebook only. The staff here are nice and pleasant to deal with.

The swimming pool was well used by our group and the restaurant is large. I had a few dinners here plus breakfasts. The dinners were very nice, and breakfast was again basic but adequate. The hotel makes good coffee in the restaurant.

From memory there were no English TV channels.

Room Tip: get upstairs room with verandah
  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank guynz
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Reviewed 27 May 2014

We booked for 3 nights, but stayed for only one. If you've read the same guide book which says it is the luxury option in Capileira, beware! While the swimming pool is lovely, the gardens pretty and the breakfasts very good (the usual buffet, but with home made jams), I found the bedroom cold and charmless. I slept in my jumper in spite of having extra blankets.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Judewalker2013
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Reviewed 21 May 2014

We stayed here for three nights on a walking holiday. The location is excellent as a center for walking. The hotel was created from several adjoining houses and is also an information center for the National Park. The rooms are spread out, very well appointed and comfortable - although maybe a little cramped. There are many excellent restaurants nearby, including one directly across the road from the hotel. It seemed to us that not many people choose to eat at the hotel in the evenings - and the one time we did we were not particularly impressed. This is a very remote location so granted you can't expect all the facilities of a top class hotel. The pool and bar area were very nice to sit in the early evening but closed at 8:00pm. There is a WiFi Internet connection in the hotel lobby but it was not available in the room. Parking is very tight especially in the evening when visitors come into town to eat.

Room Tip: Not all the rooms have good views - best to ask to make sure if this is important to you.
  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Granada100
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