In Spain, Granada is a must stop. Everything from it’s food to culture and proximity to other great places, makes it big hitter on a trip to the south of the country.
I remember that when I was sifting for where I would stay, there were so many excellent options (that doesn’t happen in a lot of cities) but the one that came out on top was Granada Inn.
The location, the rooms, the amenities, everything across the board looked good and the reviews supported it.
I got in touch with the stellar team at Granada Inn to see about staying with them during my visit with my Mom and they were quick to have me on board.
Situated right in the heart of the action, it was just a few steps to the bustling shops and restaurants. The hostel was clean, well laid out and the stunning patio is the centre of it all.
Here is a quick but thorough look at the inside:
A few more details:
Internet: I found the wifi strong and consistent throughout my stay and best of all, it’s free! If you’re not travelling with a laptop or mobile device, they also have free computer terminals for guests to use.
Kitchen: Although I didn’t have a chance to cook, (and honestly who would want to with such incredible food in this city,) the kitchen was fully set up and many people made use of it. If you have a private room or apartment you may also have kitchen facilities in there as well.
Beds: Such comfy beds. I slept like a baby, although the pillows could have been slightly fluffier. I asked that they consider getting bigger pillows in the future and I suspect by now they are. I also loved how the apartments and dorms had so many beds but nothing felt cramped. There was tons of room!
Lockers: As always, lockers are a must for any hostel I book and Granada Inn had them! They were a substantial size too.
Location: You honestly couldn’t beat the location. Right in the centre of it all and everything was an easy walk away. It was also really easy to get there from the train and bus station.
Price: At the time of writing, beds ranged from about $20-$30 a night. Private rooms and apartments started around $35.
Staff: I loved the staff. There was always someone to help and they were so refreshingly friendly. (Thanks Team!)
Other: This hostel has been completed renovated and it shows. Everything was new and state of the art, making it so comfortable to stay in. The free breakfast was delicious and I want to give an extra mention to the elevators that made the hostel accesible. That’s not something you come across all the time. It shows that they’ve really thought through how to best accomodate any guest. They had free sangria on one of the nights and then took us all out to salsa which everyone enjoyed!
I honestly loved staying at Granada Inn and Brock’s mom gives it two thumbs up! Yes, it’s comfortable for moms too! We will no doubt be back here on our next visit to Granada. We felt so welcome and right at home.
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I’d like to thank the Granada Inn crew for hosting us during our stay in Granada. We throughly enjoyed our time with you and look forward to returning!