Hotel Corona de Granada4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The hotel looks well maintained. The bedrooms are bright, clean, comfortable and spacious. Breakfast buffet is okay, and there’s a good selection of pastries, ham and cheese. Considering the price, it’s value for money. I would have given a higher rating except that I had a bad experience with the staff. I asked for directions to a nearby laundromat, and the front desk staff gave me one that’s 8-km away. She said it’s near, without checking the distance. Too bad I followed her directions instead of relying on the Google map. :(
Room fine and clean. Bar and restuarant were more akin to motorway services - not a relaxing environment. Short staffed (we were on an escorted trip and the guide warned us that this is always the case), so had to wait for a waiter to come and serve at the bar. Roof terrace needs some attention but is a suntrap. Room safe was very tricky to operate!
We have just had two nights at this hotel in a junior suite. The suite was very comfortable and spacious with an extremely comfortable super king size bed. The bedroom side of the room incorporates a whirlpool style bath with an extremely large shower in a separate bathroom area . Reception are very friendly and speak excellent English.There are car parking facilities which cost 17 euros a day...staff park and deliver the car when required. We only used the restaurant for breakfast which was very good offering plenty of choice; fresh fruits, meats, breads as well as a range of cooked foods are always on offer. Happy hour is worth visiting ...two for one is excellent value.
Stayed 2 nights on a tour of Andalucia. Good location, 15 minutes' walk to centre of city and had friendly, professional staff. Buffet breakfast is basic but okay. Okay for a couple of nights' stay and clean comfortable bedrooms. Rooftop pool is tiny and up a load of steps so didn't use it. Luckily I had a room at the back, but I understand the front rooms are noisy because of the traffic.
This is in a good location to see sights but it is noisy during the night. It also states staff are multi lingual. Some are not. I left my half eaten breakfast and tea I bought from home on the table while I went to get hot water. I was gone for 2 minutes. When I returned the waiter had removed everything from the table including my Herbalife pot of tea. I spoke to him to explain but he did not speak English. I eventually got it back but where in the world do waiters remove things that do not belong to them or food that has not been eaten !!
Well situated for a walk to the centre. My room looked newly refurbished but it was fairly compact and, although there was a wardrobe, there were no drawers for anything else. The bathroom was OK although the shower looked fairly old and the shower gel dispenser (take your own!) was situated right under the shower which was very odd. Also no grab rails in the bath/shower and rather tired looking towels. The bed itself was comfortable but the pillows were appalling - very small and very hard. My room was situated right by the stairwell so noise carried up from the bar/reception. Breakfast was good and the hotel was very clean. Overall a decent hotel that needs a few tweaks to make it a bit better. Certainly OK for a couple of nights. Would have given it three and a half stars if possible but doesn't quite justify four.
We stayed here for two nights as part of a Classical Spain Tour organised by Riviera Tours during September 2017. The hotel was spotlessly clean and very well managed. All of the staff we met were polite and efficient. Our room was on the third floor and was very well appointed with everything we needed for our short stay. The bathroom was large and well equipped. We had dinner in the hotel restaurant on the first night but were not totally impressed. Although there was plenty of choice the quality of some of the dishes could have been better. The breakfast buffets were fine though and included a good range of local produce. We used the rooftop pool and sun terrace which were a way of relaxing after our daily tours. The hotel location was in a busy part of the city but street noise did not impact upon us at all. A good urban hotel for a short stay in a lovely city
We stayed here for two nights as part of our tour of southern Spain. The hotel is centrally located within walking distance of the city centre and road train stops. The foyer is modern but a bit spartan and there is a small bar. There is a generous happy hour though. the restaurant and buffet is fine but can be a bit crowded when large tours are leaving early. Only had breakfast as restaurant was not open over the weekend. However there no shortage of restaurants near by.The room we had was small but comfortable. The only view is of the light well and windows of other rooms which meant keeping the curtains closed.There is a safe with a key from reception for no charge. Also a fridge with two bottles of water which are complimentary but it does not say so. A note would be a nice touch.
I can't fault the location of this hotel in Granada, it is fine for getting about to the main sites. The room was reasonably spacious but the bathroom was a bit tired and the shower not good - just a spray over the bath which kept coming off the wall. The public areas are quite attractive but the service could be very hit or miss. Sometimes very good but at other times you could be ignored. The food was a bit of a low point, with a pretty uninspiring buffet breakfast in an area where there were insufficient seats (although an adjacent seating area remained closed off for no apparent reason). The evening buffet dinner was equally uninspiring. The restaurant staff seemed to be non-existent most of the time and when they appeared they were pretty unhelpful. Trying to order a drink was difficult and paying for it was even more difficult. The bar has a happy hour, during which drinks are two for one. However the staff seemed to vanish for long periods so buying anything could be difficult, and the choice was very restricted, basically just wine or beer, There was an incident one morning when a handbag was snatched from a breakfast table - the breakfast area being near reception - and the culprit ran off down the street. Not really the hotel's fault but clearly it was easy to loiter in the reception to wait for an opportunity without being challenged by the staff. Not a bad hotel, I would use it again, but I would eat elsewhere.
Lovely clean hotel. Although the triple room was much smaller than the website photos would have you believe. There are a lack of tea and coffee facilities in the room together with minimal wardrobe space. Roof top swimming pool adequate to cool off in. Centrally located with plenty of shops bars and restaurants within easy walking distance. 15 -20 minutes walk would take you to the central shopping area of Gran Via and Recogidas. If you're feeling energetic 40 minutes walk could take you to the large shopping mall Nevada although taxi's are very readily available and reasonable.
- Walking distance to Granada Cathedral
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Located in Distrito Ronda within a short walk of Granada Cathedral, Hotel Corona de Granada is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Plaza Nueva. This 4-star hotel has 121 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Granada and also close to Alhambra and San Jeronimo Monastery.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's buffet restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All of Hotel Corona de Granada's 121 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, laptop-compatible safes, and desks. LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
Guests staying at Hotel Corona de Granada enjoy an outdoor pool, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. Valet parking is available for EUR 17.50 per night, and there's also an area shuttle for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this boutique hotel include 3 meeting rooms, conference space, and free newspapers.
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53% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 591 reviews