Hotel Inglaterra3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Excellent location for the tourist sites in Granada. Staff are friendly and the cold buffet breakfast is plentiful and delicious. As with most hotels in Spain the rooms do not have tea/coffee making facilities. A kettle would have been a bonus. We would definitely recommend the hotel.
We loved that there were many stores within a walking distance from the hotel. Even the stadium for the bull fights. Staff were amazing, we had Sergio, Carmen, Rose and Paula. We were made to feel very welcome. Great view from our hotel room. Well stocked room with fruit on arrival. Friendly and professional staff. The restaurnat next door was amazing. Buffet had a good selection of choices. I would stay there again. Muchas gracias!!
This hotel is close to the Plaza Nueva in Granada down a side street. It is moderate sized with a helpful efficient and welcoming reception. All the staff at the front desk were helpful and made us feel we were valued even just walking in and out. The room in the attic as it was described was well appointed including a kettle with tea and coffee not often available in Spain we have found. We had a view of the Alhambra from the balcony. You could get a lift to third floor but then a flight of steps to one of the three rooms on the fourth. They served breakfast although we didn't eat in. Very clean and well serviced everyday. Highly recommended
It will be hard to beat Hotel Inglaterra in terms of location. Located on a small side street off the southern end of the main road Gran Via de Colon, it is no more than 100m from the tourist hub Plaza Nueva, from which the road to the Alhambra begins. Restaurants and shops are plentiful in the area, though I think better restaurants can be found in the (slightly) more local area in the streets surrounding Plaza de Bib-Rambla. That, in any case, is just 200m away on the other side of the Cathedral. Getting to and from the railway station was easy. The bus "LAC" runs between the station and the Cathedral stop -- the nearest to the hotel. One trade-off from its central location may be street and cafe noise (depending on which way your room faces). Light sleepers may be bothered by that. But even so, it doesn't go on till too late. Granada is not a late-night city. I wasn't bothered by noise at all. I also noticed that I might have been lucky not to get a room facing the atrium. Whenever I came out of the room to the stairs, I noticed that noise (e.g. housekeeper's cart and her voice) tended to be amplified by the hard walls and the hollow, echoey form of the enclosed central courtyard. The room was clean on arrival, the bed comfortable. There was a lift to the floor on which my room was located, but I have a feeling (looking at the buttons) that the lift does not go all the way to the uppermost floors. For the price I paid, I expected the following features and these were present: Climate control that was precise through a thermostat; wifi that was strong and reliable; at least 2 power points for charging equipment; sufficient and evenly-distributed lighting; a writing desk; a fridge. In the bathroom, towels were dry and fluffy, hot water came through quickly, water pressure and drainage were good; all fixtures were in good working order. Provision of toiletries: reasonable. The television had many channels, but only one offered international news in English -- CNN. That said, one channel was more than offered by most other hotels in the same price bracket that I stayed in during this trip. For the price that I paid, I expected the following features but these were not provided: No electronic safe or lockable drawer for valuables. No kettle, no cups. No drinking water provided. The guy who checked me in was super-friendly and helpful with information. I did not take breakfast at the hotel. In fact there's a large cafe just at the corner of the the side street and the main road that serves breakfast.... and other cafes close by too.
Welcoming, very well-informed and helpful staff, perfectly clean, well-stocked bathroom,delicious breakfast but beyond anything else - location, excellent, in the very heart of the city: bus stop round the corner, within minutes' walking Calle Elvira, Plaza Nueva (terminal of coach rides to Albayzin and Sacromonte) and Plaza Isabel la Catolica ( mini-coach to the Alhambra), just on the other side of the Gran Via - the Cathedral, the Coral del Carbon , Plaza Bib Rambla. Trusting their recommendation, I saw a really great zambra flamenco show at tablao Maria la Canestera that I enjoyed very, very much/ pick-up and drop off. If ever in Granada again, this hotel will be my choice.
we really enjoyed our 2 night stay. the staff is very nice and friendly. the room and hotel a bit outdated and could use a bit of TLC but the room was big and clean and so was the bathroom. The breakfast was excellent with a great selection and the lady in charge was super nice and always smiling. we loved the location as well.
Stayed here for 3 nights last weekend, the hotel is very convenient if travelling by bus from the airport - get off at Catedral stop and cross the road from where it is only a 2 minute walk. The hotel was clean - our bathroom could do with an updating though. The bed was comfortable. Breakfast was great and the staff where friendly. Not much of a view from the bedroom, but only there for three nights so that was unimportant to us. Plenty of bodegas nearby.
We stayed 4 nights in a room with a view of the Alabama. There are only a couple of rooms on the 2 top floors which is wonderful. However with that said we were fortunate enough to be the only ones for the first 4 days on the floor. Our final day we had neighbors, the walls are thin as it’s an older building so bring ear plugs. The view was wonderful and the room was a great size. Our bathroom however was very narrow so every time I walked in I hit the toilet (I’m not a large person). The bed was comfortable, however, we could have had better pillows. The floors also could have been cleaned better, they were dusty and needed to be wiped down since our day of arrival which was never completed. The breakfast was wonderful and has everything you may desire for a quick breakfast. The hotel location was fantastic and overall quiet of street noise (we were located in the back). Public transportation was convenient we took the SN1 from the bus station and the LAC to the train station. We also utilized the C4 to the Alhambra which was the best 1,40€ spent as you will walk so much at the Alhambra your feet will thank you. We also took a taxi for 5€ from the Alhambra to Plaza Nueva, instead of waiting for the mini bus (they are small and if your not handicap/elderly you will stand the 15 mins back down to the city ctr). Overall Hotel Inglaterra met our needs it is definitely a 3 Star Hotel and no more.
Very close to the cathedral and the pedestrian area, this small hotel is really nice. In weekend night the movida of young people is in these street. The rooms are a bit small. Comfortable bed. Very clean. The interior of the hotel is a beautiful patio. Elevator only to the 3rd floor. Receptionist very kind. Breakfast just aklright
I have just had a wonderful long weekend in Granada. The hotel was brilliant. Very helpful staff. Breakfast was lovely and when having the cooked option it was freshly made. For the price you couldn't really ask for more. The rooms were clean, but we didn't see much of ours as there is so much to see outside. Very close to all amenities, everything was within walking distance. Will definitely stay here again.
- Walking distance to Plaza Nueva and Granada Cathedral
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
Located in Central District, Hotel Inglaterra is adjacent to Plaza Nueva and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Granada Cathedral. The 36 rooms at this 3-star hotel include minibars, TVs, and premium bedding. It's in central Granada and also a short walk from San Jeronimo Monastery and Mirador de San Nicolas.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 36 recently renovated rooms provide minibars, phones, and desks. TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests of Hotel Inglaterra enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and free newspapers. Self parking is offered for EUR 18 per day. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a TV in a common area.
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69.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 562 reviews