Hotel Anacapri

Joaquin Costa 7, Granada, Granada Province, 18010, Spain
(3 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Excellent location, super hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 14, 2014

The Anacapri is in a brilliant location, in the city centre and on the edge of the Albayzin district...the most ancient part of the city...and very near 'Little Morocco'. It's just a couple of minutes' walk from Granada's cathedral where buses 3 and 33 from Granada's bus station stop (and other buses too) and from where buses to the Alhambra and around Albayzin depart. Plazza Nueva is just a couple of minutes' walk away. Yet for all its uber-central location, the street on which the Anacapri is sited is very quiet, with barely any through traffic.

For a solo middle-aged female traveller....or anyone else who much prefers to explore on foot or by public transport...the Anacapri is perfect, imo.

The building is old, although modernised and extended upwards in more recent times. There is a covered central patio, around which rooms are set on several floors. Both corridors and rooms, at least on the lower floors, have lovely wooden ceilings in true Moorish style.

My simple room was on the first floor, to the side of the building. It overlooked nothing more than a tiny roof area left over from the original building, but that was fine by me because it ensured that there was no street noise at all. The room was beautifully clean and warm (it was chilly in Granada when I visited) and the bed very comfortable. There was ample storage and hanging space and an in-room safe (you get the key from reception...it's free).

The bathroom was large, also warm, and with tub as well as shower, bidet, basin and toilet and plenty of towels. The water was always hot and I really appreciated the chance to soak in a tub after a long day of walking.

Wifi in the rooms is free and efficient.

There is an efficient pair of lifts and the reception area is modern, with a computer for guest use and plenty of seating. The breakfast area might be slightly cramped if all the guests decided to eat around the same time, but as I visited out of season that was not a problem for me. Breakfast included coffee (machine), fresh orange juice, fresh rolls, preserves, yoghurts, pastries, cereals and imo was very good value if included in the room price (it was for me).

Reception staff have very good English and are courteous and efficient. I'm sure they'd also be very helpful as well, though I did not need to ask them for help.

This really is a very good hotel for its price and location. I'll definitely stay there again if I return to Granada.

Directions: The hotel is in a side-street on the opposite side of Gran Via de Colon from the cathedral. Joaquin Costa leads to Reyes Catolicos.

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Great location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 8, 2006

A very pleasant experience.

Rooms are large, with balconies, and lovely framed paintings. What a co-incidence, my room had Lord Krishna with his favourite Radha!!

Concierge is clean & attractive, and all members of staff very courteous.

Unique Quality: Quiet location, off the busy main road of Plaza Neuva, yet minutes from Cuesta Gomerez, the street leading straight to La Alhambra.

Superb breakfasts.

Nice restaurants and cafes all around.

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Husa Hotel Chain

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 29, 2005

My stay in this hotel was excellent. It is centrally located so 15-20 minutes away from Alhambra. Close to Plaza Neuva which is one of the main squares with cafes and restaurants. There is a helpful English speaking Lady and the front desk which was really helpful. I needed an adaptor for my IPod and she was very helpful in finding a hardware store, I was really greatful.

Unique Quality: The rooms were a nice size not too small even by European standards. The street that the hotel is located on there is not a lot of vehicle traffic but pedestrian traffic. I was there in May so noise from the bar across from hotel died down about 11:00 pm-12:00a.m. the latest.

Directions: I took a cab from the train station - any taxi would know where it is - you can either mention the name of the hotel or to be safe write down the street.

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A FRIENDLY 3* HOTEL

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 18, 2005

We really enjoyed our stay here, and the Anacapri is ideally situated right in the heart of Granada
the rooms are very pleasant, warm and comfortabe on a chilly November day, and air conditioned for the hot summer months, fully equipped with mini-bar, hairdryer and all the usual facilities including internet access
the beds are long, ideal for taller guests but our old bones found them a tad uncomfortabe, but our room was lovely and quiet and we slept quite well, there are two lifts and while access for guests in wheelchairs is not great the hotel is accessable for guests with limited mobility

in the public areas the bright reception area leads to a charming covered courtyard, with a small fountain and seating, there is also a salon which is non smoking, and a bar

breakfast is buffet style with a good selection of cerials pastries rolls and buns, with cold meats cheese and a choice of preserves, yoghurt orange juice and fresh fruit are also available, the coffee is very good, and ideal kick start if you have over indulged the night before on the great wines in the tavernas

the staff were wonderfully welcoming, friendly and helpful, our first room was on the same floor as a rather boisterous and noisy child, I do like children but having one constantly opening and banging its room door and shouting does make me rather grumpy, as does the fact that its parents were either unable or unwilling to control it, and our request to move rooms was immediately met

we really enjoyed our stay here, and will definately use the Anacapri again when we re-visit Granada

Unique Quality: the hotel is on the edge of the Arab quarter and only one street away from the Cathedral, where the bus stop is to and from the airport, close by is the bus stop for the minibus up to the Alhambra, Albican and Sacremonte, and there are excellent bars and restaurants on the adjoining streets

Directions: across the road and down the side street opposite the cathedral, Joaquin Costa is the first street parallell with the Cathedral

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Address: Joaquin Costa 7, Granada, Granada Province, 18010, Spain

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