How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of NH Victoria
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews NH Victoria Granada
Travel Blogs from Granada
... front of me is a family of three speaking English and reading Rick Steve's Spain guide. I decided to walk over and introduced myself and we started chatting up a storm. As it turned out, they on the celebration trip due her daughter just recently accepted to med school and this a nice reward for her achievement. We had a great chat from job to travel spots an travel recommendations. On arrival in Granada, I wasted no time at the ...
... check in system consists of a piece of paper and a red colored pencil). Yesterday I walked around the Alahambra in the morning, which was really amazing. Unfortunately, I couldn't go inside because you have to get tickets ahead of time. I saw as much of the city as I could before it got too hot, then came back to the hostel to pester them about getting a bed ready for me so I could take a siesta. In the evening I had tapas with Raquel (a ...
... the moment there was nothing we could do but wait and hope someone eventually showed up. I had a feeling that check-in wasn't supposed to be until 5pm so we wandered around the corner (bags and all) to grab some lunch at a nearby tapas restaurant.
Granada is known for offering free tapas with every drink, which is possibly due to the large student population here. This means that every time you order a drink (whether it be a ...
... attracting people from all over.
For hundreds of years, two greatest religions of the world, Islam and Christianity, clashed in this region of Iberian Peninsula. This conflict made Andalusia a center stage for many battles, political show downs, alliances and betrayals. Capital city of Andalusia – Granada
became one of the greatest cities of the Muslim Spain, who came from Arabia and Northern Africa during different periods ...
Indira: What time is our train supposed to leave?
Pete: 10:30. I'll call us a cab shortly.
Indira: This ticket says 9:30...
Pete: Are you sure?
Indira: Positive. What time is it?
The first morning in Granada was nice and chill. We slept in pretty late and headed out for breakfast. The plan was to walk around a bit, check out the castle, but not bother going in if it was busy. The conclusion after the ...