Hotel Macià Cóndor4.0 out of 5.0
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This hotel was chosen as part of Trafalgar Tour of Spain, Morocco, and Portugal (September 2017). The hotel is very basic, small, and old. Elevator was so small. The dining area was also small and the food served for the included dinner was nothing special. It is likely a good place only for people who need a bed for a night. If you intend to stay longer, consider a different hotel. The hotel is however accessible to different tourist sites in Granada. The avenue just outside the hotel is walkable.
On first impressions this hotel was quite impressive. We were dealt with quickly booking in and when we entered the bedroom it was clean fairly well appointed and reasonably spacious . Regretfully when we went into the bathroom it has no part in a modern 4* hotel. To use the toilet you had to sit with your knees under the sink. You had to turn sideways to get between the sink and bath. There was no shelf for cosmetics and personal items. The showerhead could not be turned to where you need it. Would have been poor in a 2* totally unacceptable in a 4*. The hotel was tastefully decorated until you got to the dining room/restaurant which was strictly utilitarian with Formica topped tables. Breakfast was only average with a mediocre choice and in general was cold. Bar service was patchy and was charged different prices than on the tariff. The hotel in general seemed understaffed as everyone seemed over busy particularly at breakfast service. TV was Spanish only. Not very good at all.
The staff is nice and the location is good. However, during our two days stay we spend as little time as possible in the hotel. The room and the restaurant left us with a feeling of being trapped in a bunker.
The hotel rooms are good but no view. It makes you feel airless. Our room was located just behind the lift (206) and it was horrible. I could not sleep for two nights because of the noise. Location is the only good thing about the hotel. Breakfast is sufficient.
Stayed at the Macia Condor 28th June for 2 nights. This trip was booked through David's tours and was lovely. The hotel was centrally located in town and close to all amenities. Also the hotel was lovely the rooms spacious clean and comfortable. The management and staff were friendly and pleaseant. We would definately recommend a stay at this hotel. Value for money was excellent and cannot complain at all about this hotel. You should stay here if in town Oops the domestic staff deserve a mention first class service room pristinely presented Regards to the macia condor staff Joe and Charlotte 😀😀👍👍
I stayed here for just one night as part of a tour through Spain. While the hotel was very well located with just a short walk to the city centre, the rooms were very small and dated with questionable air conditioning. The bathroom itself was not overly small just poorly laid out with the vanity overhanging the toilet making it difficult to manoeuvre. The bar area on the ground floor was nice and breakfast was good! This hotel is ideal if you plan on spending your time exploring and just need a base. No frills but adequate!
People told me it was old and cramped. Yep it's old, but such an elegantly old. I thought my room was like a cubby! Everything you need, but small. Bar, restaurant and a couple of blocks from town. AND importantly for me, there is a laundry across the road and down a bit. Loved it here.
This is a no-frills hotel so don't expect much. If you're just after a place to sleep and spend the whole day exploring Granada, then it's worth considering. Rooms are small and interiors are old, definitely need some upgrades. As rooms are smaller, the beds are smaller too. King size are actually double sized only. Glad we only spent 1 night here, as part of our Trafalgar tour. On a positive note, it is situated strategically in the main roads of Granada at Avenida de la Constitucion so most bus lines stop right in front and there are many taxi around the vicinity. Town center and Albaicin & Royal Chapel are practically 1.5km away. But honestly, I don't mind being slightly farther away from the town center if my accommodation is nice and doesn't feel like a hostel.
Hotel placed in Avenida de la constitución, quite close to city center. Easy to find, really well communicated, and taxi and bus almost in the front door. Looking at the prices of the rooms, I was expecting something else from the rooms. Quite old furniture and very limited number of king size beds, There was not available despite the fact that my reservation was done with 3 months in advanced. Hot water was not properly working in the bathroom, and the bath did not have any sort of rail to help you on the way out. What make it quite dangerous, specially because it was not a shower, but a bath. The hotel has parking inside, although is quite small and requires some skills if you have a big car. As I said the experience was good, but I think it's more a 3*** hotel. Also the timetable of the cafeteria was weird for a 4**** hotel.
I stayed in this hotel while I took the Trafalgar tour in the title. The hotel is somewhat inconspicuous as it is among many buildings on a crowded street. The rooms are rather small but OK. The surrounding area is nice and one can get a view of the distant snow-capped mountains from the streets here. This was the first of those few nights where an included dinner was provided to the tour group and it was a disaster. There were two waiters who had to put food in a plate, heat up the food in one microwave and serve. Meanwhile three students came in the guise of entertainment and were singing loudly and trying to sell their CD. The chicken that was served was uncooked inside and raw with blood oozing from it !! I am not sure if the food came from the hotel kitchen or was from a caterer contracted by Trafalgar; but tourists must be aware that such callous behavior can be expected from this company. I hope that this was a rare incident and I did not experience it in the rest of the dinners. The dinners in the optional tours (where you pay quite a large amount extra) were quite good.
- Walking distance to San Jeronimo Monastery and Granada Cathedral
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Located in Beiro, Hotel Macià Cóndor is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as San Jeronimo Monastery and Granada Cathedral. This 103-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. Located centrally in Granada, it's also close to Alhambra and Plaza Nueva.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning with breakfast, served for a fee from 7 AM to 10:30 AM.
Hotel Macià Cóndor's 103 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, safes, and desks. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
Hotel Macià Cóndor offers a fitness center, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for EUR 18 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the area. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
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57% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 382 reviews