Hotel Inglaterra3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We spent a week at this hotel in early May and found that it provided all we needed. When our taxi from the airport had to drop us a couple of blocks from the hotel because of a May Day march and rally, we were slightly concerned. The hotel is right in the city centre, down a back road surrounded by bars and restaurants. But we found that our room, on the second floor at the back, was so well sound-proofed that, once inside, we didn't notice a thing. The room was clean and modern and the facilities were all good. Because of its location, we did not have breakfast in the hotel, but went out each morning to check out the tostada, juice and coffees of a range of local breakfast bars. The hotel's prices were very reasonable and we would thoroughly recommend it as a place to stay in Granada.
Service was totally terrible the room wasn't insulated against noise so I could hear even guest's complain from my room Plus, I couldn't open the window because the window looked out onto noisy lobby
Very close to Granada Cathedral and public transport. Good sized rooms with very clean showers. Located in a side street and so, no noise at all. Very good breakfast spread. Very helpful front desk. Would certainly stay here again, if I visit Granada again.
Go to anywhere within walking distance, and can find LAC / Sin 1 / C1/ C2 buses within minutes . Lots of restaurants choices close by. Can get nice Iberico bellota jambon at the shop round the corner.
This hotel is located in the walkable, easy to get to buses etc area of Granada. Our room was large, quiet with views of Alhambra and the mountains. It was extremely easy to walk to the Catherdal, the market, loads of restaurants, the C3 bus to the Alhambra. Breakfast was good but there are other places close by. The staff was helpful. An excellent place to stay in Granada. Yes we were on the 5th floor in the back so it was very quiet.
We stayed two nights here and the rooms were good and the beds were really comfortable. The very complete breakfast was delicious. There were sitting areas and superior where we were able to enjoy a game of bridge in the evening The staff were so helpful and supportive of all our requests. It is within walking distance of the Alhambra yet on a tiny little street. Parking is available but I would recommend taxis. It is a delightful neighborhood.
Hotel Inglaterra was tucked away in a small alley off the main strip in Granada. We found the hotel without much difficulty thanks to our GPS. When we went up to the front desk we were told we would need to part in a public lot not far from the hotel and we were given a map to find the packing lot. We left the desk being told "it's easy to find" .... it was NOT. We drove around for over an hour and then used different directions, other than the bad map we got from the desk. Only to find the lot was now full. We went back to the front desk and told them what had happened, and they could or would not doing anything for us as far as parking. We were given the option of finding our way to another parking area. Which finally we were able to park our car. We arrived in Granada at noon and finally parked the car at 3PM. Went back to the hotel and were told our room wasn't ready. We went for a drink!! The room itself was OK ..nothing great, but OK .. the people at the desk were not helpful with anything we asked for other than they did hold our bags for us while we went on a tour the following morning. It's was a shame to have our start of seeing Granada begin in such a stressful manner. I would NOT recommend this hotel. Location was good, but after that .. no way!
Clean and decent sized rooms, t.v. did not work, and be wary of noise from the Riviera bar across the street. We had two twin beds, air conditioning was a little anemic, but much nicer than our experience in a hotel in Sevilla.
First off, you can't beat the location of this hotel. We had a rental car and it was a little tricky actually FINDING the hotel as it's located on a teeny-weeny little cobblestone one-way street, but they will e-mail you directions and if you have a GPS (which we didn't) you shouldn't have any problems. Parking is a few easy blocks away and costs $18 Euros/night. First, the good stuff. This hotel is quiet, it's in a great location, and there are tons of little tapas bars and vendors right outside the front door. The staff are super friendly and the breakfast buffet is only 8 Euros per person. Here are the things I didn't like about it: - the towels are super thin and small (and I'm only 5' tall, so that's saying something!) - there is no safe in the room - the room key is attached to a big, clunky piece of plastic with the room number on it, which doesn't make it easy to carry around. You therefore leave it at the front desk when you leave to explore. Several times, when we returned, there was a new person at the reception desk and when we asked for our key it was handed over, no questions asked. We could have been anybody! It would be much better if they asked for ID to make sure we were the people authorized to access the room. Twice there was nobody at reception for a few minutes, and we could have easily leaned over and helped ourselves to any key we wanted. Which means anybody else could, as well. - The "queen-sized" bed is actually two twins pushed together, which isn't so bad except the sheets are tucked in around all sides so if you're into cuddling, you'll have to take the bedding apart. - A combination of shampoo/bathwash is provided in a container attached to the wall. Hair conditioner is not provided, so if that's important to you you'd better pack it. - The floors are marble and for some reason shoes squeak when walking on it, and it's quite loud. Having said all that, the location really can't be beat. It's a short 2 blocks to the main cathedral, and it's close to the street which takes you up to the Alhambra. Speaking of which, book your Alhambra tickets AT LEAST A MONTH ahead of time as we thought we could buy them on the day of, and they were sold out. We got up at 6am the next day and lined up with a couple hundred others, and the tickets sold out with only 20 people to go in front of us. SO disappointing, as that's the sole reason we went to Granada. All in all, we were happy with the hotel (the open courtyard in the centre is very unique and colourful - I loved it) and we would still likely stay there again, knowing what I know now.
We stand here for two nights, had quiet room, clean and comfortable, good bedding and bath, helpful staff. The location of the hotel is absolutely perfect, very close to the historic city and walking distance to Albaicin and Alhambra We left the car in the st. Augustin car park as recommended by the hotel (discount), just few minutes walk. Only thing we would be happy to have had is the tea / coffee making facility
- 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. Each of the 36 rooms at this 3-star hotel includes a balcony, a minibar, and a TV. 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 balconies or patios, minibars, and phones. 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. Rooms also include desks.
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. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
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69% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 496 reviews