- Reviews: 105
Another Night in Paradise: Homey accommodation
I stayed here for 4 nights at the beginning and 4 nights at the end of my trip. I loved it!
The guesthouse is owned by Donna, an American woman. Sergio is her Mexican cook, and beside some great breakfasts he'll make you practice your Spanish as he doesn't speak any English (I think he speaks a little French...) :-)
There are only five rooms, so I met all the other guests within half a day. It felt like sharing a big house with people. Some of the guests were staying here for several weeks, and some were involved in volunteer projects. I had some very interesting conversations. It's not a backpacker kind of place though, but it has a very homey and relaxed atmosphere.
Because it's so small you should probably book ahead if you want to stay here.
Note: there is no air conditioning, only table fans. Also, the two bathrooms are shared.
Great breakfast served in the kitchen, where you can chat with the other guests.
Two TV lounges, hammock and beer from the fridge (honour system - you write down what you take).
It's like living in a big house with friendly roommates! Makes you feel part of the community, due to the fact that Donna is so active in the town with her numerous volunteer projects. This is the perfect place to come if you're interested in volunteering, e.g. teaching children. No formal experience necessary; Donna is grateful for any help she can get!
- Reviews: 73
hostel oasis: best hotel in Granada
the best hostel in Granada; free internet, good beds, nice staff and an excellent atmosphere for 5 dollars a night
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