Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Granada, Villa Oniria is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Villa Oniria makes it easy to enjoy the best of Granada.
Rooms at Villa Oniria provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Villa Oniria Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. You can also enjoy a hot tub and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Villa Oniria.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Cathedral and Royal Chapel (0.4 mi) and Escuela Delengua (0.5 mi), guests of Villa Oniria Hotel can easily experience some of Granada's most well known attractions.
Travelers looking to enjoy some crab can head to Alameda Granada or El Pescaíto de Carmela. Otherwise, you may want to check out a sushi restaurant such as Masae, aisushi Restaurante, or Restaurante Burbu.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like The Alhambra (0.7 mi), Hammam Al Andalus Granada (0.6 mi), and Mirador de San Nicolas (0.8 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Villa Oniria is sure to make your visit to Granada one worth remembering.
Perfect stay in Granada. Very friendly and helpful staff. Very well situated to explore the city. If you want to visit the alhambra, book your tickets in advance (something you should do anyway) and access the alhambra through the puerta de la justicia. The hotel's restaurant is also a must do... we had a lovely gastronimic meal and great service.
This is the perfect tranquil oasis if you are exploring Granada. Our room was elegantly designed and furnished and the bathroom was great with an excellent shower. It was carefully cleaned each day. The quiet air conditioning was effective but never intrusive. Great to have a kettle in the room with tea and coffee regularly restocked. Everyday began with breakfast in the lovely private garden and there was a great range of ripe fruit, meats, cheeses, breads, pastries, nuts, cereals and yogurt as well as the offer to cook something hot from the kitchen. The staff were enormously helpful and unobtrusive, always appearing quickly if we needed anything. We ate at the hotel restaurant on our final evening and wished we’d come before as it was delightful. Overall a wonderful boutique hotel.…
This is a smallish, clean and well-run hotel. Room was very nice. Especially liked the bathroom. Breakfast was ok. The location was great. We could walk to the various plazas, restaurants, and bars quite easily, The Alhambra was a little far, but the Arab district was an easy walk.
Spacious room on the 2nd floor, excellent bathroom with bath and shower + seperate toilet. Nice little attention for our honeymoon: rose petals on the bed. Little tip for the hotel: Upon cleaning the rooms, it would be nice if they could fold our pyjama's (instead of throwing them on the bed) and maybe leave a bottle of water (especially when it's 30 degrees outside). Very nice (historical?) building with a lovely garden where you can enjoy a drink and/or a snack. Great location in Granada! The breakfast however was not worthy of a 4 star hotel. Prebaked bread (only half baguettes), certainly not fresh pasteries, unripe fruit (kiwi), nothing warm to serve (for instance scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, churros??). Also never enough juice and not enough pinces or forks for the buffet, so people just took things with their hands (not very hygienic, certainly in covidtimes). Furthermore, it was very unclear how to take your breakfast. Upon check-in we received a extensive list where we had to choose what we wanted. But on our first morning it turned out to be a buffet. When we asked the reception they told us to leave the note the night before, which we did that evening, but the following morning we did not get the items that we asked for (rather simple things like fried eggs and cheese). So we don't understand the point of giving out this list as they clearly don't do anything with it... Also, as I mentioned the garden is lovely. However, on one particulary hot and busy day, we came back early to the hotel to have a drink in the garden (instead of on one of the many terrasses in the city, which were all fully booked), only to find out that it was closed for the hotel guests because of a private event. We can understand that, but the hotel could/should have mentioned it somehow (at breakfast / by putting up a note by the front door), because a lot of the hotel guests were not pleased to only find out when they were already back in the hotel. In conclusion, this was our last hotel during a 2-week trip through Spain (all were 4 star-hotels) but we don't think it really met the 4 star-standard. Good for 3 stars maybe, but we expected more. A little more attention to some details and they're there ! Tip: even though the valet parking is an easy choice, we chose the parking at the Puerta Real (100m from hotel): if you book minimum 1h in advance via their website, you get a great discount. We paid €40 for 3 days, instead of €66 with the hotel. …
A very good choice if you want to book a hotel in the middle of the city center of Granada. We booked the luxury suite, with roof terrace (4th floor;view on Sierra Nevada) perfect for enjoying the evening. Room is spacious and bathroom very good. Park your car on arrival in front of the hotel and the staff will park it for you. We decided not to include breakfast (nice bakery in front of hotel🙂) We will book again next year!
The hotel is very well located, close to everything that matters in Granada. The room is absolutely clean and well decorated. The hotel's atmosphere is very pleasant and welcoming. The staff do everything possible to offer a pleasant stay and to make us feel unique and special. They were very professional and welcoming when they kept the hotel open for 3 days, during the closure of Spain by the coronavirus, just to assist us. And they kept the pools heated and the gym running in perfect condition just for us. It is a hotel that we strongly recommend and to which we will return whenever possible.
We recently spent 3 days in Villa Onira's penthouse, which has its own personal veranda with views to the Alhambra and mountains. The room whilst not large was tastefully decorated and appointed, But the air-conditioning wasn't working and the room did get hot(only switched to cooling later in the year) .Unfortunately the veranda was somewhat tired and the wooden decking was loose/broken in places. The staff were excellent and immediately make you feel at hom and overall the hotel is lovely. What we hadn't realised is that the restaurant wasn't open on the Sunday & Monday of our stay. The biggest disappointment though was breakfast, it was limited in choice and only on the last day did we know that you could order hot food though again very limited and as for the waitress well she might benefit from developing her approach to people and her job. We mentioned the air con and decking issue to reception and they were most understanding and made sure that we left happy.…
Beautiful cosy hotel with nice & helpful staff. The location is convenient and central. 20-25 minutes walk from Alhambra, 25 minutes drive from the airport (£24-£28). Bus stop is 10 minutes walk, but not reliable to the airport, at least on the way back home! Room we were given is clean, good size, but with average facilities. Breakfast is average! But Fresh & tasty, however, no hot food apart from eggs on request, no vegetables or even olives! So if you like English type of breakfast, find another hotel. Overall, happy stay!
This hotel pretentiously self proclaimed as elegant and upscale has many points left to be desired. Deplorable service. Needs maintenance and looking pretty tired, breakfast probably the worse we had in Spain on this trip. From coffee machine running out of coffee beans and not being replaced, to serving artificial orange juice instead of natural. -Mind we are in one of the orange produce most important regions in the world...and most hotels of lower category have fresh squeezed orange juice.-. Bananas were green, pastries old and chewy, and overall limited selection of items. As for the room, there was very low water pressure and we ended up full of soap and without being able to rinse it. The bed had no duvet and we had to call reception because we were cold. There was a coffee station but no spoons. If you still decide for this hotel at least avoid asking for help in obtaining tickets for the Alhambra. We were told there were none available for the days we were staying there and only through an agency for 69 euro per person this would be possible. Gladly we went to ask at the tourist office... guess what.. plenty of tickets were available and we could even choose the time slot of our convenience! Last time I visited Granada I stayed at hotel Palacio de Los Patos and it was by far superior to Villa Oniria, …
When we checked in, the very nice receptionist asked if we already had tickets to visit the Alhambra. We told her that we had not made arrangements at which point she said we probably not be able to get tickets as they are sometimes booked out months in advance. Mind you, it is late November and the weather very bad, but, we were shocked and disappointed, but, she said that she would check it for us and call us to our room to let us know if tickets would be available. 30 minutes after arriving to our room, we called the reception and she informed us that there are no tickets available. How disappointed we were, coming all this way only to find out we would not be able to visit the main sight of the city and the reason for our trip to Granada. We asked her if there was no way, no agency, no way at all to obtain tickets somehow. She said she would check. She then called back and said fthere was one agency who could provide us a tour and tickets the day after tomorrow at a price of 69 Euros per person. We were scheduled to leave early to Gibraltar the day after tomorrow so had a discussion in our room about it and finally decided we would have to skip Gibraltar in order to visit the Alhambra. We went to the reception on our way out and told the receptionist we would accept the tour. We then left the hotel, walked into town and stumbled across the tourist information office. We decided to ask about tickets there to the Alhambra and the very nice girl told us there were tons of tickets available and she would help us to book them online. We booked them right then and there for 14 Euros each for the next day. We really could not understand why the hotel receptionist would insist that no tickets were available and force us on to an expensive tour. When we returned to the hotel, we informed the receptionist that we would NOT be taking the tour and she was not happy and said that it would probably not be possible to cancel. We told her we would NOT be going on the the tour and NOT paying for the tour. The following morning, we had a call from the reception telling us that the agency refuses to cancel the tour. We informed reception we would not pay for the tour and we went and had a wonderful time visiting the Alhambra. At the Alhambra, most people were buying their tickets right there at the ticket booths. No matter how many good points there may or may not be about this hotel, the hotel staff could have ruined our stay in Granada and maybe we would have left without ever having visited the Alhambra. We never asked for the receptionist's help and she was the one who started the conversation when we checked in. Had she never asked, we would have just gone to the tourist office, booked our tickets, and never had this bad experience. Because of this we would never book this hotel again. A few more points for management of the hotel: -the water pressure in Room 401 is deplorable and I was left with shampoo in my hair and no water -charging an additional 2,50 Euros for capuccino at breakfast is cheap, especially when the first morning there was no more milk at the coffee station and the second morning, no more beans. Everyone in the breakfast room was frustrated by it and there was only one person working the breakfast room, so very understaffed. -nice to have coffee and tea in the room, but we never had spoons to stir the sugar/milk. This seems to be a housekeeping issue -the wall paper is peeling off badly in the men's pubic restroom. Lack of maintenance -please do not put old artificial flowers in the rooms. Better to have no flowers at all. But that was really the least of our concerns. There are countless other issues to be addressed, but, we won't be staying here again to see if anything has been fixed.…