Location is fine, very close to the centre of town, but quiet enough to sleep well. The staff are fine too, very helpful and friendly enough. The room I was in was very small indeed, with just a waist -high swing door separating the sleeping area from the bathroom.
Breakfast was very simple, a choice between either yogurt, muesli and fruit, or scrambled egg, processed cheese slices, some kind of spam and toast. Coffee was fine. I don't think they serve any other kind of food, I didn't see a menu or anyone else eating whilst I was there.
The other guests were a mixture of couples, of various ages. plus one or two older European men entertaining young female companions. The price was not bad, but I paid cash and was never given receipts, so this might have something to do with it. They also insist that you pay at the beginning, rather than at the end of your stay.
Overall, not bad at a pinch, but think you can do better in Granada for the same price.
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- Hotel el Club is a unique hotel with an original composition of a casual style, comfort and coziness in an authentic colonial building from 1869. Centrally located near the center of Granada and easily accessible by car, our hotel is a good operating base for many interesting places nearby to visit. The pleasant atmosphere of our hotel invites you to a wonderful and relaxing stay. Visit us for an experience and a stay like never before. The staff of Hotel el Club gives you and your guests a hearty welcome! ... more less
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