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Hotel Inglaterra

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We spent 4 nights in this hotel and it was very reasonably priced and in a great location for visiting all the sights and the restaurants. The room was very spacious and had a view of the Alhambra Palace. The staff were very friendly and the breakfast was good

Spent 3 nights in this wonderful city centre hotel. Many key sites within walking distance. Hotel was spotless, staff very friendly and helpful. Great choice at breakfast very reasonable price. Busy outside at night but didn't hinder a very good night sleep. Will return for another stay.

Stayed for 3 nights here in October, weather unfortunately poor, but absolutely no complaints about the hotel. It's very central to Cathedral, shopping, bazaar and around a 15 min walk (uphill) to the Alhambra Palace (justice Gate where you can enter, or further uphill to buy/redeem your tickets). There are plenty of great tapas bars on the same street as the hotel, and even an Irish bar! We also used the little land train (hop on hop off) as the weather was poor. This was a good way to explore the narrow little streets of Granada. The airport bus drops you off at the Cathedral stop, and the hotel is around a 3 min walk from here, same on the return journey, airport bus stop is 2 min walk from hotel. The reception staff were pleasant, and the breakfast had plenty of choice. I would definitely stay here again.

Great location, price, and friendly staff. Even though our rooms faced the street once the windows were closed it was very quiet. The rooms are small but clean, good wifi. The staff is very friendly and helpful especially the ladies at the front desk and the woman in the breakfast room.

A lovely old building in the old part of Granada right on the edge of the historic Moorish Albaycin quarter. If travelling by car you can park temporarily in a local side street while you check in to the hotel. Reception will give you directions to an underground public carpark close by, where you get a discount. Pay the hotel on leaving and they give you a pre-paid ticket for the carpark. If you're not used to driving along narrow city streets it might be a bit challenging to access. If you're using public transport or taxi - no problem. We requested a room with a view and got a 5th (top) floor room with view of the Alhambra Palace over the local rooftops. Perfect! Very comfortable room with tea/coffee making facilities (rare in Spain, as we later discovered). Air conditioning if you want it, though we had the windows open at night. Note: lift goes only to the 3rd floor. For 4th/5th you then have to use the stairs. A beautiful building - elegant if slightly 'faded' with attractive balconied atrium. Helpful reception staff, excellent breakfast for 10 Euros with plenty of choice, fresh fruit and all the usual continental breakfast items. Cooked breakfast also available on request. The hotel is in a little pedestrian street with cafes and restaurants, and lots of others within close walking distance. Highly recommended!

We stayed here only one night towards the end of our trip to Spain and really enjoyed our stay. It is in an old building with Moorish motifs and with updated rooms and within a short walk of what we understood to be the interesting parts of Granada. Both Gran Via and Calle Reyes Catolicos are a stone's throw away. The neighborhood is somewhat noisy which may be a problem for longer stays. We were amazed that our taxi was able to drop us off at the door to the hotel given the narrow and I would have though impassable-for-cars streets.

Old world charm , cobbled streets , great bars and Tapas ..near by , everything at a walking distance ...and of course , Value for money !! Staff are courteous and professional . Rooms are with a view (5th floor ..) with spacious bathroom . Suitable for couples, solo traveler, group of friends ...not sure if its pet friendly !! Tip : Ask for rooms on 5th floor ...down side is , no elevator after the 3rd floor ,hence you need to drag your luggage up ...stay at lower floors , if fitness is an issue ... A word about Breakfast : Pretty decent and at a reasonable price . Over all , I would definitely recommend this budget hotel and would stay here again , on my next trip ..

Perfectly located with quick access to everything! We asked for a room on an upper floor and it was wonderful! Quiet, great view, large room and bathroom. Just know - you have to take the elevator and then climb a flight or two of stairs to get to those rooms. If you are driving, be prepared to be driving in the main tourism zone with narrow, crowded one-way streets. We probably should have communicated better with the hotel in advance and just gone straight to the parking garage. It is a very tight parking garage - get a small rental car to make it easier. Go to the tapas bar next door! It's the real deal!

The walls are thin and we could hear people talking or walking or coughing outside the room. The door is difficult to open. Otherwise the room and toilet are ok except it's very bare minimum. Location is superb.

Yes, sorry, but we didn't like everything in this hostel-like hotel: loud inside, bars loud outside, tiny room, old furniture, run down and uncomfy. No, unless you have no choice in fantastic Granada! Had to leave after the 1st night.

Room options

Double Room Single Use

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Superior Double Room, View (Alhambra)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

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69% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 522 reviews