Hotel Granada Center

Address: Avenida Fuentenueva s/n, Granada, Andalusia, 18802, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ronda area of Granada, is near Cicerone, Cultura Y Ocio S.L, Aljibe de San Miguel Banos Arabes, Casa de los Pisa, and Real Chancilleria.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Granada Center

    Reviewed by pjf000

    Don't judge a hotel by its foyer!

    Reviewed Sep 12, 2013
    by (58 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

    This large hotel is dated and it appears that the profits have been spent on its foyer/reception area rather than their rooms. It rates itself as 4 star but would really need to upgrade and refresh the accommodation to be such.
    Internet Wi-Fi was very slow but managed to get an Ethernet cable (eventually) from reception to plug in directly.
    Hotel parking could be a problem if you drive anything other than a compact vehicle.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Granada Center

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Granada

    The Amazing Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by sharonscanlan on May 03, 2015

    18 photos

    We left the hotel at 8:30 AM for trip to Granada where we would visit the Alhambra. Our trip was on a lovely 2-lane highway through olives groves and it was very hilly, beautiful country. We saw many Pueblo Blancos, villages where the homes are whitewashed to help reflect the intense heat. It will be in the 90's today in early May. On the way, we stopped at a former rail station with a nice shop where they sold very good saffron and olive oil products. ...

    Granada, Flemenco, Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by clareandbuzz on Mar 26, 2015

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    ... them there and let them return to Africa. It's also where she granted permission to Christopher Columbus to explore the world.
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    Leave me in Granada in the middle of paradise

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... an "authentic" old Andalusian home. It was very beautiful. Lots of greenery in the internal courtyard, beautiful tiles and decorations. Of course you can't visit Cordoba without going to the Alcazar (Castle). Beautiful views of the city from the towers and a lovely orangerie and gardens. There is also a collection of Roman mosaics that have been moved there from some other site and placed on the walls.

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    Golden Granada

    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Jul 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... later.

    After we dump our bags a group of us head out to have a wander and get some lunch and we end up having some kebabs! They were pretty damn delicious kebabs too. We wander into the Cathedral (Yes another Cathedral in a European town its crazy). This Cathedral is slightly different to any of the other ones we have ventured into so far and showcases typical 'Baroque" architecture… they say it gets it’s name because you will go "broke’ as a result. This ...

    The Alhambra

    A travel blog entry by jeffwill on Sep 09, 2013

    8 photos

    "During the latter part of my sojourn in the Alhambra I was more than once visited by the Moor of Tetuan, with whom I took great pleasure in rambling through the halls and courts, and getting him to explain to me the Arabic inscriptions. He endeavored to do so faithfully; but, though he succeeded in giving me the thought, he despaired of imparting an idea of the grace and beauty of the language. The aroma of the poetry, said he, is all lost ...