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Abadia Hotel Granada

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Calle Triana Baja 7, 18001 Granada Spain
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#65 of 131 hotels in Granada
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We are proud to offer 16 fully furnished rooms with satelite television, telephone and Free WIFI high speed connection in all the hotel. Other facilities are limited hours reception desk support with multilingual staff. A partner restaurant 100 metres from the hotel, with typically granadian cuisine. Air conditioning (or central heating), and a complete bathroom with hair dryer, bath products and one suite room with jacuzzi. The Apartment Abadia is situated 500 meters from the Abadia hotel and in a beautiful Granadian Patio too. ABADIA Hotel Granada (Casa-Patio del siglo XVI), uno de los más encantadores, romántico y fabuloso hotel al más puro estilo antiguo. Conocido dentro de la categoría de hoteles con encanto. A 10 minutos caminando de la Catedral y Albaicín y diez minutos en autobus de la magnífica Alhambra. El apartamento Abadia esta situado a 500 metros del Hotel Abadia.
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Valet parking
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24-hour security
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Kirsty wrote a review Apr 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom8 contributions6 helpful votes
Firstly, the hotel was very professional and helpful beforehand and assisted us with our booking. When we got there we were delighted with the service from the lady on reception, sorry I don't know her name but she was Polish. She gave us all the information we could need to have a great stay in Granada. Everything there is in a walkable distance as long as you are of reasonable fitness so there is no getting to know the public transport system like in some cities. The hotel itself is in a traditional style but that's what we like so it suited us perfectly. If you have a hire car, there is a car park which is free until 2pm on they day of departure so we left our car there while we visited the Alhambra Palace. If you want somewhere that is clean, friendly and reasonably priced then you won't do much better than the Abadia.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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H H wrote a review Oct 2019
New York City, New York43 contributions4 helpful votes
Clean comfortable room with dated furniture. The place has a beautiful courtyard. It did not offer breakfast but there were great places just around the corner. We were able to walk everywhere. Poor wifi.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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paturner51 wrote a review Oct 2019
Dallas, Texas8 contributions12 helpful votes
We stayed for three nights in Oct 2019. The room was unusually warm upon check in and we asked “Oliver”, the deal manager, to manipulate the air conditioning remote control to a more manageable level by personally visiting our room. He agreed. We came back from dinner and he did, effectively, nothing. The room temp was 82 degrees Fahrenheit or something around 28 degrees Celsius. We had a thermometer with us. We slept very little. The next night, I complained in a highly professional and respectful manner to Oliver again. After getting gibberish as to why it was hot, it was clear to me he couldn’t or wouldn’t solve the problem. I asked politely for a different room but he said they were all full up and so we spent all three nights in what we both called The Oven. We both got very little sleep. We COULD have opened the two windows to get cooler air BUT the window curtains were very sheer/thin and anyone could look easily into our room. Thus, I’m trying to explain ardently that in spite of everything we tried, management had little or no sympathy for our plight. This place also makes clear to you they make fresh towels only every other day plus, in a new first for me, they charge 2 euro if you want instant coffee in your room. And, they want 9 euro per day to park your car in their garage area. Would I stay here again? No. Would I recommend? No. Note: when we checked out I advised the front desk manager that our stay at night was very unpleasant and hot. She expressed absolutely no interest or sympathy or apologize whatsoever so clearly, they have been thru this before.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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nandaccorsi wrote a review Oct 2019
Barcelona77 contributions48 helpful votes
I was traveling with my parents and because they are a bit older and have some special requirements, I called the hotel in advance to ask about a few things. They confirmed to me that the hotel has an elevator (which was true) and they told me that every room had a bidet in the bathroom, which was not true. All the other facilities were ok and the bathroom was comfortable enough (still without bidet). No refrigerator in the room. Which was fine because we knew it. But it is something that would add a special value for them since Granada is a hot city. The wifi connection was also very poor in the room. The service bothered me a bit. Every day we saw different people working there and they were all very young people, and for every question I had, there was not an answer with 100% sure. They also hang, every evening, a flyer saying that the reception is opened until 0:30, which is not true, at 11:00 pm there was nobody anymore.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Room Tip: Beautiful courtyard to sit down and rest, but bad wifi connection.
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KaidiL wrote a review Sep 2019
26 contributions27 helpful votes
Wanted to book a room and as normal wanted to check out the place before but the girl at the check in sayed the company police says it is not allowed before payment and was rolling eyes. Absolutely unwelcome attitude and of course did not want to stay there.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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$40 - $113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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granada abadia hotel
LOCATION
SpainAndaluciaProvince of GranadaGranadaCentro - Sagrario
NUMBER OF ROOMS
16
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Frequently Asked Questions about Abadia Hotel Granada
Which popular attractions are close to Abadia Hotel Granada?
Nearby attractions include Basílica de San Juan de Dios (0.09 miles), El Templo del Flamenco (0.3 miles), and Saint Jerome Monastery (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Abadia Hotel Granada?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, baggage storage, and express check-in and check-out.
Is parking available at Abadia Hotel Granada?
Yes, valet parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Abadia Hotel Granada?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro Del Mundo Granada, Gloria Benedetta Italian food, and El Cambalache.
Is Abadia Hotel Granada located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Granada.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Abadia Hotel Granada?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Italian, Polish, and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Abadia Hotel Granada?
Many travelers enjoy visiting The Alhambra (0.9 miles), Generalife (1.0 miles), and Mirador de San Nicolas (0.6 miles).