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Casa Palacio Pilar del Toro Hotel

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tel aviv
Reviewed 26 October 2013

Situated next to the plaza nueva, this is a very nice hotel although at the moment undergoing some renovations in its public area. The rooms are very clean, nicely decorated, with bathroom, and the hotel is generally very inviting. The neighborhood, however, is not very quiet, and youngsters are partying deep into the night, so if you have problemsd sleeping...

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Edmonton, Canada
Reviewed 24 October 2013

Cute place in Granada, we stayed in the, heart of the Albazin area,hard to find but worth the struggle,we would go back to that area in a heartbeat.Lots of nice tapas places ,very close to the Alahambra....one thing that we didn't know was the courtyard was undergoing some renovations,which was too bad.

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Lancaster, United Kingdom
Reviewed 12 April 2013

we arrived at the hotel and found reception locked up, with a map pinned to the door of the sister hotel across the square where we had to go, after over 6 hrs of travelling this was not the reception i expected. my husband set off to the other hotel while i waited with the bags. after being checked in,...

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Granada, Andalucia, Spain
Reviewed 30 January 2013

We live in the province of Granada in Spain and took time out to go back to the Alhambra because the Emperor's rooms were open for just a few days this January. The night life around the Plaza Nueva is fabulous with most bars closing at 2.00am and the free tapas they offer means that you have to stop drinking...

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Derby, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 November 2012

We stayed in a very modern hotel in Malaga before coming on to Granada; and this is a real change - a wooden framed, traditional Moorish courtyard building right in the heart of ancient Granada. We had a deluxe room which boasts of a whirlpool bath - and this was really fun! However the down side to the historical experience...

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Boulder, Colorado
Reviewed 5 June 2012

Hotel Casa del Pilar, Granada My daughter and I stayed in this small hotel located right off of Plaza Santa Ana. Our room had a small balcony, a very modern bathroom and clean, comfortable beds. We were within easy walking distance to great shopping on the Gran Via, to the Albaicin area, which gave us fantastic views of the Alhambra,...

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Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 6 April 2012

We arrived in Grenada and by chance we found our way to this hotels doors with our car... In a one way street - no way to get out - except by reverse... But the receptionist said calmingly "relax - I know what I am doing"... And she knew...! We loved this place from the first minute. We had the...

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Jerez De La Frontera, Spain
Reviewed 1 November 2011

Stayed over the weekend, beautiful rooms, comfortable beds, nice bathroom with toiletries. The location was brilliant, we ride a Honda Goldwing and the parking for bikes was right outside the hotel - so peace of mind for my hubby. However, there was a downside for us over the weekend...we had requested a quiet room as we are travelling on motorbike,...

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Northampton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 1 November 2009

Beautifully restored 17thC Hotel in central Granada. Large ‘special’ doubles have original wooden ceilings at €136 (although tourandalucia.co.uk got us deal at €96) but some noise from above - standard doubles at €80 are fine but choose one not opening onto patio which in summer likely to be smokey : and have breakfast in one of many local cafés.

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England & China
Reviewed 28 July 2009

Had a driving holiday around Andalusia and of course stayed one night in Granada, found this hotel on the main square after walking out of the Tourist Office with an accommodation list but little help or advice from their staff. The hotel looks elegant on arrival and the local architecture attracted us. The reception is small and often un-manned, but...

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Charming hotel at Granada City Centre. New management to recover essential atmosphere of the hotel and the restaurant Pilar del Toro ... more   less 

Additional Information about Casa Palacio Pilar del Toro Hotel

Address: Calle Hospital de Santa Ana 12-2, 18009 Granada, Spain (Formerly Hotel Casa del Pilar)
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada > Realejo - San Matias
Price Range: ₹ 3,088 - ₹ 7,369 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Casa Palacio Pilar del Toro Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 12
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“Ask for a corner room. They have tall ceilings and some have a balcony.”
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“Ask for rooms away from the central foyer, which could be noisy.”
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“105 & 205 will be the quietest and have a view into the courtyard too. Rooms 104 is terrible.”
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