This is the definition of hotel that you can find in their site: The word hotel defines the activity of the establishment but does not correspond to the category according to the national legislation of every country. For more information about the legal category, please contact the establishment.This establishment is a boarding house in accordance with the Spanish legislation. This hotel is bookable on line for 2 people. For any other enquiry, please contact the hotel directly.We stayed in the hotel for 2 nights and payed 39 euros per room and night, breakfast not include. We payed extra 3.50 euros per person and night for breakfast that consist in coffee, tea, hot chocolate, baguettes and mini pastries.
Esta es la definición que puedes encontrar en la propia web de este hotel: La palabra Hotel define el establecimiento en su actividad hotelera pero no responde a la categoría conforme a la legislación nacional de cada país. Para más información sobre la categoría legal, póngase en contacto con el establecimiento.Este establecimiento es una pensión conforme a la legislación española. Este establecimiento es reservable por internet para 2 personas. Para otras opciones contactar directamente con el hotel. Pasamos 2 noches y pagamos 39 euros por la habitación y noche, el desayuno no va incluido, pagamos 3.50 euros por persona y día para desayunar. No había cafeterias cerca para poder ir a desayunar, el desayuno consiste en café, infusiones, zumo de naranja que sabe a medicina, baguettes para tostar y mini croisants y napolitanas.
Does anyone know if Camino De Granada charges for parking in the car park?
Or does anyone know of a cheap hotel on the outskirts of Granada where parking is easy?
I'd be very grateful for your feedback.
The Hostal Suecia is on a cul-de-sac at the bottom of the Alhambra hill, in the center of Granada (a few hundred yards from the Alhambra). They have FREE parking. Also this is not a hostel, it's a large Andalusian House with 11 guest rooms all with bathrooms. Around $70 US not sure what that is in Euros these days
You can read reviews here:
I haven't been there in a few years, but looking at more current reviews, it hasn't changed much. I do agree with the one comment about noise from outside the room (you get this in many places in Spain with hard tile floors), but this place is on a very quiet street, doesn't have a lot of guests gong in and out, and I had no problems sleeping after a long day of exploring and a good dinner and bottle of wine. It's a couple blocks from the Campo del Principe, which is a square which cafes and restaurants.
I don't know about parking charges at Camino de Granada but many hotels try to supplement their income by making a charge. One of the reviews in May 2007 does mention that it is Free if parked outside (subject to space available) or a charge when using the underground park.
Seems that staying in the new section is best. Also look at Street View on Google Maps and you can see the location as well as cars parked outside.
This opens a view of the hotel.
IBIS Hotel chain has a hotel south of the centre surrounded by the usual stores etc. Worth looking at but I don't know about parking but clearly should be plenty around.
This is a Google view:
and IBIS hotel page for this place:
and reviews are :
I noticed that nearby is an ETAP which is the budget hotel from France.
We were staying right in the middle of the town and parked in the underground parking lot.
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