We stayed for 5 nights in October 2013. The hotel is about 15 minutes' walk from the centre and is very quiet. Our room was fine but the mini-bar was empty when we arrived and never replenished (not too worried as we rarely use it, but for a 4* hotel this is very unusual). The buffet breakfast is typical of the type and there was plenty of choice. Shower and bath worked perfectly, as did the air-conditioning. This hotel relies on tour groups and so they don't have to try particularly hard to cater for the independent traveller, as repeat bookings are more or less guaranteed from the big companies. Lots of comings and goings all the time and breakfast can get very crowded. Very clean and comfortable - no real complaints and we would probably go back. The 4 star rating is questionable, in my opinion. We had one of the rooms that require a key and therefore we needed to go to reception quite often to leave or collect it. There are frankly not enough staff there and we found the entire area empty on several occasions with the main door to the hotel wide open. This is clearly a major security issue and needs to be addressed. The staff we met were friendly and efficient but did not have time to give much personal service and were often rushing to do things.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Modern hotel with restaurant and bar is situated in the downtown district near Congress Palace; staff is multilingual. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Corona De Granada
- Corona De Hotel Granada