Apartamentos Plaza Hotel Granada

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

PLaza Nueva 4 Granada ES-18010, Granada, 18010, Spain
Hotel Macia Plaza
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 53% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families90
  • Couples88
  • Solo85
  • Business66

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Macia Plaza hotel parking

by busylady

Need car parking in or near this hotel. If no parking at hotel what is nearest parking and distance from hotel?Should I park and then take a tzsi to hotel? Gracias

RE: Macia Plaza hotel parking

by puerto_lover

It seems strange to me that you have not consulted the hotel itself. The hotel's website says: Private car park 300 metres away.
As this is a private car park, presumably they need to know that you want to use it. So it would be a good idea to contact the hotel. Otherwise parking can be tricky in the centre of Granada.

granada hostels

by mary_darko

me again:P
im thinking to spend one night in granada too any suggestions???

Re: granada hostels

by jackfruit

We stayed at the Hotel Macia Plaza on Plaza Nueva. Great location and easy walking distance to all attractions including the Alahambra (20 mins uphill walk). There are plenty of places to eat on the Plaza and great nightlife too. This isnt a hostel though, it's a reasonably priced hotel. We paid 60 Euros for a double bed in 2002.

Happy travels!



We will be going to Granada, Spain this middle of March. Is Hotel Anacapri a good choice? Or is Macia hotel Plaza better? Thank you for any input.


by puerto_lover

Hi. The chances of you finding anyone on VT who has stayed at both hotels is remote. However you can read reviews of travellers who have stayed in these hotels on Trip Advisor !

For the Macia Plaza there are over 80 reviews.
and for Anacapri over 40:

You will enjoy Granada. Did you decide to make your Alhambra ticket bookings? It is recommended to do this before you get to Granada because of the sometimes long queues at the entrance. Also you can choose/select the entry time slot for the Nasrid Place complex within the Alhambra grounds.


by Roadquill

Don't know about those two hotels, but I would stay at the Ladron de Agua again in a heartbeat. (http://www.ladrondeagua.com/ Right at the base of the Fortress on a small street overlooking a stream. Many tapas bars a 2 minute walk down the road. The Cathedral about a 10 minute walk. I took the shuttle bus up to the Alhambra, but walked back down to the hotel. Karl


by sw247

Sorry can't help with those hotels, but if you want to stay in a really lovely cosy, clean and friendly place, located in the heart of Albaicin , with terrace views of the Alambra and really good people, helpful lovely staff then check out
this place http://www.elnumero8.com/en/

It's brilliant and really affordable, me and my girlfriend stayed there in January and for New years, wonderful time!



Travel Tips for Granada

Andre Segovia

by keeweechic

Andre Segovia was bon in Linares, a city of Andalusia in 1894 and from there, he and his family moved to Granada where his father practiced as a lawyer. While Andre was learned to play the violin and the piano, it was the guitar that captured his interest, much to his family’s objections and began to teach himself, developing his own technique. At that time the guitar was not the most accepted form of musical instrument in a lot of circles. Segovia practiced and experimented and developed his own style and made his first public appearance in Granada in 1909 at the age of 15. He went on to become one of the great guitarists in classical music.


by belgianchocolate

'Gargoyles'. I simply love them.
They are not typical for Granada of course.
You can find them on almost every gothic
church , cathedral. They are used to lead
the rainwater from the roof away from the
walls in order not to damage them too much.

I love them because it was one of those rare
moments that early artist could express their
creativity. In most cases the subject was from the
bible. But making a 'gargoyle' and imagining evil
was a chance to get loose.

Go and see them on the cathedral.

Parque de la Ciencias

by call_me_rhia

The futuristic Parque de la Ciencias is Granada's Science Park Museum. It is located in the new part of town, over a very large area (over 30000 square metres). It contains five main interactive exhibition rooms which are dedicated one each to the history of the universe, the planetarium with astronomical information, the history of Earth, physics, and a room especially designed for very young children.

Although the exhibition is aimed towards young people and students/schools, it is interesting for adult, too - though maybe not a priority. The park is located on Avenida del Mediterrneo; don't worry, you'll recognise it by it tall observation-tower (in the photo). The opening times are the following: Tuesday - Saturday 10.00 - 19.00, Sundays 10.00 - 15.00. On Monday it is closed. Take Bus 1 or 5 (to the Park) to get there.

Dancing the night away

by Christina1881 about Cambodio

Cambodio is a HUGE discotec in the Sacromonte in Granada, where they play good Spanish pop music - and on a lucky night you might here an english popsong as well ;-)

If you normally like discos - then dont miss one of the biggest ones in Granada - "Cambodio" I have not yet heard of any dresscode - but it is a fancy-inplace so I wouldnt recommend you to wear too relaxed clothes - eventhough I think you could get in with wearing that!

It was our regular Thursday night starting point!

by raquelitalarga about BODEGAS CASTAÑEDA

There is a bit of confusion as there is a 'sister' restaurant nearby which does sit-down meals and is a bit touristy. You'll know you in the real one if there is a long bar with huge oak casks on the walls.
Waiters are patient, tapas is OK (recommend cheese board racione), atmosphere always excellent, usually standing room only (there aren't many tables anyway)
Their famous 'calicasas' (a mix of local wines and vermouth)should be sampled!!


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 Apartamentos Plaza Hotel Granada

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Macia Plaza Hotel
Macia Plaza Granada

Address: PLaza Nueva 4 Granada ES-18010, Granada, 18010, Spain