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La Juderia: Hostel in old Jewish district - so central

La Juderia is a hostel in the old Jewish district (hence the name,) of Granada.

There are 2 parts to the hostel, the 2nd one round the corner to the first, and actually easier to get to.

Accommodation is certainly cheap, rooms clean and serviced daily. Laundry is done for you at 5 euro a load, breakfast is available at 5 euro if you want.

Staff was certainly helpful to me.

I was at the 2nd part, and there there are private gardens to relax in as well.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written October 21, 2011
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Guadix - Cueva la Graja: Luxurious troglodyte hotel!

Guadix is about 55km from Granada and this is no ordinary hotel.

This hotel is a cave. Actually is is many caves - cut into the mountain and it is fab!

We had a kitchen, a living area 9with a fireplace - they asked us when we arrived if we would like wood but we declined - STUPID mistake - damn it was COLD in the night. I thought I would die of hyperthermia... but we had been promised central heating - their vernsion of central heating was not quite the same as ours though! The bathroom was very nice and we had two seperate bedrooms... all connected by passageways with archways... very nice. It was very clean and 9apart from the bitter night cold) it was most comfortable. Thrilled we stayed here!
Outside our cave was a "garden" area and as we were the only people staying we had it exclusively to ourselves.

The owner of the hotel was very friendly (made phonecalls to the Alhambraon our behalf to try to get us tickets!). We got a complimentary bottle of wine and a candle in a terracotta pot that I had until recently when I knocked it over and smashed it!

There is a "restaurant" here. I use the word loosely. Grandma who was the cook spent a good few hours cooking our meal. She was very keen to show us her handbag that she had purchased for a bargain in town. Dinner took many hours to cook and was not the best tasting foodbut, Grandma';s company (despite the language poblems) was good and the drinks went down well whilst we waited.

I most certainly do reccomend this cave/hotel.

For our family apartment is cost €220 for two nights on a self catering basis.

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  • Related to: Arts and Culture
  • Written May 7, 2010
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Hotel Palacio de los Navas

We stayed at this old XVI century old house, now turned into a hotel. It is rather small and cozy, and is fully refurbished. The service was OK, though there is not much room for common areas, just a few sofas in the patio.

It is very well located, in a pedestrian street with many bars and restaurants. It is at walking distance to everything, and there is a mini bus at the gate (nº30) that takes you right to the Alhambra Gate.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Castles and Palaces, Family Travel, Luxury Travel
  • Written January 3, 2010
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Gran Htl Luna de Granada: Hotel Rooms

The hotel has 252 rooms are a reasonable size, tastefully decorated and very comfortable. The floors are timber but surprisingly not very noisy as can be the case in some hotels. All have nice bathrooms which are full equipped, aircon and heating, satellite TV, minibar and the all important in-room safe and internet access.

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  • Related to: Historical Travel, Photography
  • Written August 27, 2009
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Gran Hotel Luna De Granada: Gran Hotel Luna De Granada

The Gran Hotel Luna De Granada is quite modern and is within easy access of the shopping area and restaurants in the old city. It is also easily found off the ring motorway. The hotel offers a swimming pool, gym and sauna. The hotel’s restaurant offers a buffet breakfast as well as lunch and dinner. There is also a bar and café. Staff are all very friendly and helpful.

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  • Related to: Historical Travel, Photography
  • Written August 27, 2009
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Hostal Buena: Good choice for budget accommodation in Merida.

We spotted this little Hostal on a side street just off the route as you approach the centre of Merida so went in to make enquiries, a fairly simple Hostal with small slightly cramped rooms but in a quiet location and prices set very fair. As my trek-mate was only staying the one night and I was sating for 3 nights, we arranged to share a twin room on the first night and then for myself to move into a single for the next two nights.
Friendly owner, centrally located and a good choice for budget accommodation in Merida.
If you are continuing on “The Via de la Plata” then continue down Calle Calvario to the end, cross the road and go under the underpass under the railway, cross the park by The Old Roman Aqueduct and you will pick up the route on the other side of the park

We paid around 40 e for a twin and 25e for a single
Cello available at Tourist Office

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Hiking and Walking, Backpacking
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Hostal Juan Perro: Only Choice for San Pedro de Merida

Hostal Juan Perro was the only accommodation listed in the Confraternity guide, slightly more expensive than we were used to paying but a really nice Hostal
Rooms are clean, well furnished and have a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water
Excellent food available in the street-level bar / restaurant

We paid 50e for two of us sharing a twin room

Cello available

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Hiking and Walking, Budget Travel
  • Written May 14, 2009
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The Hostal Rio: Officially” closed Hostal in Medellin

As it was Easter Sunday and there was only one Hostal listed for Medellin, we decided to ring ahead to pre-book our accommodation, It was just as well that we did because The Hostal Rio was “Officially” closed, however the owners (Who didn’t live on the premises) agreed to come and open it up for us and rent us a room when we arrived. We duly telephoned them on our arrival and within 10 minutes they came and rented us our room. We thought that it was a little expensive at 45e for 3 of us sharing a rather cramped triple bet never-the-less were grateful to the owners of the Hostal for opening it up for us.
No food available at the Hostal (I think there would have been had in not been “Officially” closed) but a few choices of restaurants / bars in town where Cello’s are also available.
Rooms are clean and as well as having a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Hiking and Walking, Backpacking
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Hostal Galicia: Highly Recommended Hostal in Don Benito

One of the Nicest Hostal’s we stayed at on the entire route, Very Friendly Family run establishment (Owners actually came from Galicia) Very Pilgrim Friendly.
Rooms are clean, well furnished and have a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water
Excellent food available in the downstairs bar / restaurant and The Menu del Dais only 8e!!)

We paid 20e each and all took single occupancy of twin rooms

Cello available

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Hiking and Walking, Budget Travel
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Sports Hall: Perigrino Accommodaion in Campanario

For Perigrino Accommodation in Campanario contact the friendly local police (Office alongside Ayuntamiento) – They gave us a lift in their patrol car out to the Sports Hall on the outskirts of the town
Hot showers as well as toilets and wash basins but no other facilities (You have to provide your own mattress and sleeping-bag)
We weren’t given a key to the room, The Local Police let us in and showed us how to get out through the fire escape which self locked behind us, so all our belongings were secure. After we had eaten we were instructed to ring them back and someone would pop out and let us back in again !!
Again there was no charge for the accommodation.
Cello available form local police

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  • Related to: Budget Travel, Hiking and Walking, Backpacking
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Hotel Paraiso: Right on the route through Castuera

This was now Maundy Thursday, but as Castuera is a fair sized town and as there were three options for accommodation listed in the Confraternity Guide we didn’t book ahead. However we wondered if we had made a mistake by not doing so when we found the first Hostal to be full and another one was 3k out of town, however when we tried The Hotel Paraiso they managed to find us rooms. This turned out to be an excellent decision as soon after we arrived the Samana Santa Procession passed right past the hotel so we had a birds eye view.
Rooms are clean, well furnished and have a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water
Excellent food available in the downstairs bar / restaurant

We paid 30e for two sharing a twin and 18e for one person sole occupancy in another twin

Cello available

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Hiking and Walking, Budget Travel
  • Written May 14, 2009
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The Casa Parroquia: Perigrino Accommodaion in Monterrubio de la Serea

As Easter (Samana Santa) was almost upon us and as there was only one Hostal listed in the confraternity guide for Monterrubio we rang ahead to book accommodation, Unfortunately, My Spanish isn’t as good as it might be but we established that the Hostal was full but it appeared that alternative accommodation was going to be made available for us. This turned out to be in the “Casa Parroquia” – a house owned by the parish church.
When we arrived in Monterrubio a guy called Max spotted us and took us to the Casa Parroquia which was close to the church on Calle Virgen du Guadalupe, It had a hot shower but we had to provide our own mattresses and sleeping-bags, we were given a key to ensure that our belongings were safe and the next morning we were asked to put the key through an open window in the house next door. again there was no charge.

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  • Related to: Budget Travel, Hiking and Walking, Backpacking
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Hostal El Cazador: Excellent accommodation in Hinojosa del Duque

Excellent accommodation on main road entering Hinojosa del Duque
Rooms are clean, well furnished and have a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water
Good food available in the downstairs bar / restaurant
Cello available
We paid 18e (again two people sharing a twin and one in sole occupancy of another twin

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking, Hiking and Walking
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Hostal La Amistad: Just of route in Alcaracejos

Good cheap accommodation in the centre of Alcaracejos
Rooms are clean and have a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water

Just of route near the main crossroad in the centre of the village.
We paid 16e per person (Two sharing a twin and one in a single)
Food available in downstairs bar / restaurant
Cello available

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written May 14, 2009
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Hostal El Cruce: Nice Hostal in Villaharta

Nice Hostal, on main road just before you enter village of Villaharta (Slightly off route, turn left when you reach N432 instead of crossing it, then you pick the route up on the outskirts of the village the next morning.

Rooms are clean, well furnished and have a TV and have private bathrooms with lots of hot water

We paid 22e each for single occupancy of nice twin rooms

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Budget Travel, Backpacking, Hiking and Walking
  • Written May 14, 2009
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