Casa Del Trigo4.0 out of 5.0
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We had reservations at another Hotel but for whatever reason they had no vacancy, so, they arranged accommodations here and paid for the taxi. The rooms were spacious and very well equipped. The hotel where we were originally booked was on the outer edge of Santa Fe but Trigo was right in the middle convenient to restaurants, old town, city gates, etc. We learned thatSanta Fe was a quaint, OLD town (established in 1492!). This was a nice hotel and we all would stay there again.
I was placed in a room on the second floor, the first floor being reception. The main staircase leads up from the centre of reception and then literally onto a corridor on the floor above with the entrance each room. I could hear everything from my room. Phones ringing from reception, doors slamming from reception area and the restaurant. I was really disappointed with the way the reception staff handled noise. I woke up at 6:30 on my last morning by guests talking loudly and having a conversation down in reception. The person on the front desk should have monitored the noise and told them to be a lot quieter at that time in the morning. Also the wifi kept dropping out in my room and I was only one floor above reception and there really is no excuse for this these days. Apart from this the hotel is fine and there are no other problems but I will never stay here again as sleep is very important to me as I am paying to relax and feel comfortable in my bedroom.
Hotel is located close to airport ans only 30 minutes from Granada. Rooms are clean and good. Staff is friendly and nice. There is Wi-fi also but it could be better. I got room where it id not working. Breakfest is acceptable but could be more choice.
Upon arrival front desk guy was extremely rude. Upon leaving, we asked if he ( the same guy as the night previous) could call a taxi for us. He said yes with a smile but then did not call the taxi. After waiting outside a while, we returned to ask him if he had called. He said "well I need to know which Taxi company you want me to call". Being foreign travelers we don't know the taxi companies! Another negative was the bathroom had dirty spots on the floor and hairs. One of the night lights was not functional. Noise of voices from the restaurant was moderately loud, but the restaurant was quite good. The reason I picked this place was because it was close to the airport and we arrived late, but if I had to do it again I would taxi the extra way into Granada and stay at a more charming place.
This hotel has a terrific potential. Best location in Santa Fe, right by the bus stop that will take you to Granada in 15 minutes, charming rooms... However, rooms without a view, uninspiring breakfast facilities (and food!) and unhelpful personnel ruin the picture. Just to give you an idea, the staff encouraged us to fill in the complaint forms so they could get paid their salaries. I hope they get back on track with new management!
This is a very nice hotel, convenient for Granada without the traffic & parking hassle. Very comfortable beds and pillows, no views but nothing to see anyway as it is in the centre of town. The staff are very pleasant, the breakfast is OK and it is very good value at euros 59 per room. Santa Fe is a funny little place but it has a charming church in the centre and the temporary palace set up by Ferdinand & Isabella when they were beseiging Granada and where they met Columbus and agreed to finance his voyage. A tip, if you want to eat somewhere different try Cafe Bar La Union in Calle Iglesia 1, tel: 958 440 356 (Spanish speaking only). Very friendly owner with a Mexican wife who cooks very nice food at cheap prices.
We checked into this 4-star hotel due to its proximity to Granada (30 minutes by bus). Alas, it has more stars than it deserves. Despite arriving early, we were assigned a room in the basement with two windows that lead to nowhere. While the room was clean, the TV lacked any non-Spanish channels. The no smoking room clearly had smokers staying in it as the bed reeked of cigarette smoke. It rained at night and we ended up having dinner at the hotel's restaurant. That also was horrible. The seasonal fruit dish ended up being two whole apples! The room was overpriced for what we got!
Too bad there is only excellent...or it would have been a VERY excellent!! It's in a little town outside Granada (15 to the Alhambra).The building outside is gorgeous. Lobby is nothing special. The rooms and bathrooms are great. The windows in the bedroom are the old wooden windows that have a little door in them where you can open and look out. Very quaint! The room has an adorable Juliette balcony. Upstairs on the roof is a jacuzzi, we didn't use it but we did bring a bottle of wine up and played cards and watched the sunset and the beautiful views! It was our (my husband and I and our son and his wife) 2nd favorite hotel in our European trip (3 and a half weeks of France, Germany, Italy and Spain.)
It was good. Delicious meals, a very comfortable bed and loved the rustic decoration! 15 mins away from Granada center, i loved to stay in such a lovely place, and very peacefull zone aswell! Very polite and kind staff always with a smile in their faces... That was the best. They gave us maps and everything we needed to enjoy our stay. JUST GREAT
We liked this hotel. We couldn't find suitable rooms in Granada and stayed here en route to the Alhambra. Pleasant staff, nice decor, very good buffet breakfast. Free public parking 5 mins walk away. Very lively cafe tapas bar at street level. Otherwise, not a whole lot to do in town.
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42% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 144 reviews