We found it very overpriced for what it was and felt that we could have got a better deal somewhere else, even though it was Semana Santa and prices were high everywhere.
The room was clean and modern, as was the bathroom, but was absolutely TINY.
The staff were reasonably helpful, but spoke very little English.
Breakfast was better than expected and had fruit, toast, juice... the usual.
It was a bit annoying that each time you want enter and leave the car park, they have to open the security gates for you, and in the end we felt like we were annoying them so decided to start getting the bus into town. The security was probably wise however, as this is not a particularly fantastic area of Granada. There are metal bars on every window of the hostel and it looks a bit like a prison - at least we felt safe!
Bus stop just around the corner - maybe a 5/10 ride into town but also walkable.
Other guests were mostly spanish teens, but it was a pleasant atmosphere.
All in all, no major complaints, but would probably choose something different next time.
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