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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Inglaterra Granada
Travel Blogs from Granada
Got up early (by Spanish standards) and after skyping the kids, went in search of breakfast. Found a place mentioned in Lonely Planet called Gran Café Bib Rambla. It was quite a popular place, but our Spanish wasn't up to asking for a menu, so we ordered a pastry and café con leche. I had something like a pane ou chocolat, which I don’t …
We got up and packed before having breakfast at the hotel. No Nutella this time and no madeleines either. But very enjoyable. Then we went for a walk over to Notre Dame. It really is an amazing place.
There was some VIP being escorted by three soldiers with machine guns. Not your everyday sight in NZ. Then back to the bowl to collect or …
... if I cull the wrong ones. I can't get him to optimise as that is not his thing, but his photos are already part optimised by the camera anyway. If that doesn't make sense you don't take picture in RAW format like me.
Granada involved good and bad buskers, churches, hippies and beggars, tapas, raciones, cervezas, vino and late starts to the day, the meals etc. Generally all very laid back- including the naked woman bathing in the river next to the cafe! ask ...
Went to catch a ten thirty bus on the understanding we would have no problems but we could not get on an hourly bus until three pm. And then it was one of the top of the line services costing double what we wanted to pay. So we had to pay as we wanted to be in Granada today. Spent the hours waiting at the Prado. When we got on the bus we were very impressed with the luxury. Only 3 seats across and ...
... The hotel that we stayed in made a breakfast with more breads,
meats, cheeses, fruits, and beverages that I could ever ask for. It was
surprising to get all of that because I have been used to toast and tea for
breakfast for the previous month. I felt quite spoiled.
From there we explored Granada some more and then hopped on
the bus up to the Alhambra. The Alhambra is sort of a fortress overlooking the
city of Granada. So on top being the ...