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Hostal Viena

Hospital de Santa Ana, 2, 18009 Granada, Spain
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Silver Spring, Maryland
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11 reviews
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 20, 2012

This hostel is basic but adequate for a brief stay. I was only there for one night. Cost was only 20 Euros. My main reason for staying there was to have easy walking access to the Alhambra. It's in a perfect spot. You're on the road going up to the Alhambra plus you're a short walk to Plaza Nuevo and... More 

Thank Jim112263
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12 reviews
7 hotel reviews
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 14, 2009

Perfect location for exploring Granda - literally on the road up to Allhambra, and also very close to the Cathedral, 'old town' area and many of the sights. Very friendly and helpful staff, parking was in a private garage and only 8Euros / day. Room we had was on street side - and was a little noisy at night but... More 

Thank FatMeercat
Austin, Texas
2 reviews
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 26, 2009

Centrally located, quiet, very cheap. No phone, but staff came and knocked on my door for my wakeup call. Halls are colorfully tiled, and enclosed courtyard with lending library and chairs to read in. Rooms small and plain, and the smallest shower I have ever encountered, no soap provided, but do have towels and hotel and room were clean. Literally... More 

Thank Travelcatmeow
new york
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4 reviews
4 hotel reviews
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 21, 2008

When we booked this hostel, the staff had honestly informed us about the noise from down stair pub. As we stayed for the weekend from Friday to Sunday, we had prepared ourselves for a nosiy sleepless weekend nights. But luckily, the noise wasn't as bad as we expected at all. Of course it wasn't quite but the music and loud... More 

Thank eni77
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 20, 2005

I can believe that this hostal might be noisy when drunken people are about but fortunately for us it was quiet - we were there mid week and perhaps we were just lucky. Our room for three was very large with a balcony and a large mirror-lined bathroom with bath/shower/bidet/toilet. Having just come from the Hostal Arias in Seville it... More 

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1 of 5 stars Reviewed August 8, 2003

We recently made a reservation and the hostal asked for our credit card details. They then put in a small transaction (a few pence) to check the details correct. THIS IS ILLEGAL and has been taken up with the credit card company. I would warn anyone not to use a hostal adopting such practice. Besides, it was a blatant distrust... More 

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Chicuno, I work there at Hostal Viena, responded to this review

Hello, To confirm the reservation we asked for the credit card details and we charge 0,06 euros (0.0448425 GBP, 0.0885210 USD), (we always tell it to the person before we do it) This is NOT ILLEGAL and is a normal way (used for many little hostals), and the only way that we have to verify that the credit card info... More 

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3 of 5 stars Reviewed July 8, 2003

tolerable, and staff friendly, but bed sagging in the middle, and doors paper thin, not good when rowdy backpackers come back pissed in the small hours.

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