Hotel Juan Miguel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Juan Miguel Granada
We enjoyed our stay very much, bedroom was spacious and comfortable, there was plenty to eat at breakfast and the staff were very helpful and friendly. We would have liked a tea / coffee making facility.
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