Looking for a place to stay in Granada? Then look no further than Hotel Finca La Marquesa, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Granada to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a desk, and Hotel Finca La Marquesa makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Granada, Hotel Finca La Marquesa is located a short distance from Generalife (2.4 mi) and The Alhambra (2.5 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Bohemia Jazz Cafe, Wild Food, and Restaurante-Pub Albanta, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Galeria Alea, Milenium Gallery, and Reez are some popular art galleries that are relatively easy to get to.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Finca La Marquesa as you experience everything Granada has to offer.
We have been in this hotel(formaly a monastery) for a couple of days. Parking space is available for free. The rooms are ok but a bit monotonous. There were a lot of long hairs on the floor and the bed. Iam bold so it did not belong to me ;) The bathroom is also ok. We had the room la cruz which had offcourse a view on the cross. There was a swimming pool but it was not quite clean. The breakfast was good. Plenty of things to get. The hotel is situated outside the centre. To the city is ca 1 hour walking. A taxi cost ca 7 euro. The hotel is idealy situated to make a trip to the Siera Nevada! It was not the best hotel during out holiday in Spain but overall perfect!
We had a lovely stay at the La Marquesa. The staff, in particular Presce could not have done more to accommodate our needs for our two night stay. The service was excellent. The rooms are quite small and the beds are also on the small side. Both our rooms were upstairs with no lifts. So lifting luggage was a little difficult, but the outlook and surrounds of the building made up for it. Parking was also great as we had a 7 seater Van. We didn’t have the breakfast as we did our own thing, but we did use the outdoor tables under the wisteria and enjoyed our stay.
we had serious trouble finding this place in Granada, the address is actually outside the city of Granada in the countriside Calling the hotel we had the worst experience of our trip with the reception person not being able to help wirth any directions, only a few words in Spanish repeating the "Carretera Zubia 200" words... Even when passing the phone to two very friendly Spanish passerbies they could not figure where this place was, even after giving the hotel our location in Granada.
We stayed two nights at this beautiful hotel, the rooms are tastefully decorated, very nice bathroom. A short taxi ride to the centre, highly recommend booking without breakfast as the hotel does not have a kitchen, breakfast was very very basic. Overall, we had a wonderful experience, would definitely come back :)
I have such mixed feelings about this hotel. We arrived, easy to get to location and free parking, we were greated by the receptionist who was very helpful if you spoke Spanish (luckily we did) but did not speak very much English. Firstly, the hotel is GORGEOUS, great styling of a very old property, interesting building with lots of history, nice little rooms with all mod cons (and then some). This is where it all went wrong: after we checked in my boyfriend noticed an a4 sign in spanish saying that the pool was closed. When he queried this there was a lack of any sort of information and it was just noted 'yeah it's closed'. We queried it at reception and were told that they had put too much chlorine in the pool and that it was unsafe to use. When we noted that this was an issue as we had specifically booked it for 3 relaxing days by the pool, we were told ' it's cold anyway'. No apology was made, no discount was given. The receptionist told us that he would ask his manager when she returned from lunch, when we asked him to call her he refused saying that he wouldn't want to interrupt her break but she should be back in 2 hours. I understand that these things happen, the pool was dirty, they had to chlorinate it, however the lack of warning given by the hotel or care given when we were clearly upset was not acceptable. On top of this and because I booked through hotels.com I had to call them to cancel (as they had taken my card details and didn't want to be charged) when the receptionist found out he came to interfere in Spanish asking us to cancel directly with the hotel and to hang up the phone, something to do with paying commission. Overall this had a huge impact on us, the way we were treated was unacceptable as the cost of the hotel was not particularly cheap. We ended up leaving the hotel and booking a four-star hotel in the city centre with parking for less money and an (OPEN) roof top pool which was lovely. I'm sure if the pool had been open we would have had a lovely stay but unfortunately I have to leave a warning, if we hadn't of spoken Spanish or read the sign we would have jumped straight into the pool. There is also no bar available during the day so you have to use your mini bar by the pool. Such a shame for a hotel I was really looking forward to.…
This hotel is a good choice if you want to avoid overpriced and pretentious Granada hotels, where most rooms and service in general will most likely let you down, as they do pretty much anywhere in Andalucía. The structure is indeed next to a high-speed road, which spoils the atmosphere. There is no doubt about it and other travellers made a point about this. Having said that we had a gorgeous suite, which largely made up for the unfortunate location and the building overall is fascinating. We travelled in winter, so we couldn’t enjoy the garden nor the pool, but they looked amazing. Service is basic, there seems to be one person in charge for the whole structure at any given time, but there is a reception open 24 hrs a day. On average it took us 15/20 minutes to drive anywhere in central Granada, where we would leave our car in a parking garage. There are plenty of options in Granada for this. Breakfast wasn’t really remarkable, they don’t have a kitchen so they do what they can. I honestly think, adjusting your expectations, this hotel won’t let you down especially if you have a car and you are passing through Granada for 1 or 2 nights. …
This was a splendid find in Granada outside the city centre. We chose this place as we hired a car in Granada after our first night and needed a place with free parking. This place has sooooo much more than just free parking! It is beautifully presented with Moorish style that one might expect in a royal building of its time. The staff were amazing - friendly and helpful. One member in particular (Carmin) helped me with looking up some stuff for the Sierra Nevada mountains (as I only have limited Spanish), was happy to mind our bags after we checked out and were visiting the Alhambra. Fantastic service! The bedroom was pristine clean, spacious with a large bed and the bathroom was equally as nice. It had the charm and character of a building several hundred years old with the working amenities of a new building. The car park is gated and there is additional parking outside the gated area. There is a 24 hour reception so even if you're arriving late / early, it shouldn't really matter. You'll always be able to find a park. If you don't have a car this place might be a little bit far out from the city centre for walking there but there are plenty of other options to get into the city and for what you'll save on accommodation charges close to the city (for something equally as nice), a taxi trip here and there would be negligible. I'd happily stay here again if I was in Granada. I stayed at 3 different hotels in Granada (due to last minute booking and also needing a place with parking after the first night) and this was the best of the 3. I am not a party animal and am happy for somewhere a little quieter than the inner-city places. Whilst this is close to a main road, we didn't notice any road noise at all during the night. Thanks for a wonderful stay! Wish it could have been longer.…
Back to a city after the mountains, but we did not want a hotel in the centre. We chose LM as it has some character, a nice pool area and secure parking. It is easily accessible from the autovista. Our room, Tendilla, was perfect, with a nice view out over the pool area. Behind that they have a wedding marquee and garden area which must be quite a sight when they have one on. It was never more than 10 euro for a cab into/out of the centre, the best drop off is the taxi rank just after El Corte Inglese, then everything is within easy walking distance. The road noise mentioned in other reviews is minimal, and was not a problem for us. The breakfast buffet had a decent selection, with excellent coffee. The overall four rating is only because there is no other food available at the hotel, so take some Scooby Snacks as back up if required. Thanks to such a friendly team for looking after us.…
Stayed one night for a short visit to Granada and the Marquesa was perfect for that, nice size room and clean too. The Hotel is on a busy road but we couldn't hear it in our room. Breakfast was not up to much for 10 Euro each and only a mini bar in your room so take supplies or maybe an honesty bar that staff could manage easily might be the answer! The staff were friendly and very helpful and there is a bus stop right out side to take you to town. All in all a good place to stay.
I ended up here by chance at the last minute. I wanted a place with a pool and parking. It is a bit out of town but the pool is great and rooms very individual and tastefully done. The only downside was that as it is so old and the walls so thick, the wifi was a bit patchy.