Hotel M.A. Alhamar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel M.A. Alhamar Granada
This hotel has a good sized room and bathroom. Some of the bathroom package (comb, shower cap) were just empty boxes. I am looking forward to a good night's sleep.
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... we would've done differently is do the tour on our first day as it would have helped us decide what we wanted to see more of. Highly reccomended nonetheless...shout out to Pancho Walking Tours!
Thank you to everyone to gave us some many great tips...they really helped enrich the quality of our time in Granada. We hope to pay it forward sooner rather than later...
Tip: For anyone that plans on going to Granada and goes to the Alhambra get your tickets ...
... found this amazing tapas place for dinner which for 2 euro you get a glass of sangria and a plate of tapas- yum! After this, we went up to the Sacromonte caves and watched a flamenco show- the dancers were amazing! Tomorrow we explore the Alhambra and the town of Granada- can't ...
... Apparently some of the caves can have up to 12 rooms!
On our second day in Granada, we went to the Alhambra where we spent the next 3 hours wandering through different sections. We started with the Nasrid Palace which was where Mohammad I, the first king of Granada, lived in the 1300s. The architecture and detail of the palace is astonishing! The intricacy of the patterns, and they have even carved a ...
... sweet and helpful the entire time I've been here. When my stomach hurt because I ate a hamburger that wasn't beef, she made me chamomile tea. When I needed a full cup of coffee in the morning rather than a spoonful of coffee in a cup of milk and chocolate powder, she obliged (Ana, can I have coffee instead tomorrow? I gave you coffee. Uh, that's not going to work for me). She also manages to cohabitate with Chispe, who is basically a mean dog of a cat. ...
... d have thought no one ever talked to them in their native language. But, this was a little out of the way place so maybe they don’t get too many Americans renting from them. Anyways, we get the car and off we head to The Caves of Nerja, that the locals had mentioned. We get there just in time before they close for lunch for 2 hours. (This is such a common thing in Spain you learn to just ...