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My fiancé and I frequent many hotels and this is undoubtedly one of the nicest. Staff were incredibly helpful and polite, the room was a spacious and very clean and the hotel as a whole had a clinical yet comfortable feel to it. Very highly...More
Only stayed there a few days but when I go back to Granada I will definitely stay there again. Can't give it a better review or recommendation than that. But, I will tell you a little about the hotell. It is in a great location....More
Recently stayed at this hotel whilst I really enjoyed the location and atmosphere of the neighbourhood, I felt somewhat under whelmed by the hotel room which we had.
Unfortunately the room didn't have a typical function shower I could use, stains on the carpet and...More
The good points on Villa Oniria are the location in the centre of Granada and a beautiful building. However, the bad points far outweigh the good.
There was a total lack of management and service throughout our 2 day stay. Check in was mediocre, we...More
This is a really nice boutique hotel. Nice spacious rooms, great service, good food and convenient old town location. Staff is very friendly and eager to help with reservations and recommendations. Easy to stay here again.
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The main bus station is not within easy walking distance of the hotel. Depending on your luggage you could get a taxi direct to the hotel for about 15 euros or grab one of the circular buses which will take you into either... More
The main bus station is not within easy walking distance of the hotel. Depending on your luggage you could get a taxi direct to the hotel for about 15 euros or grab one of the circular buses which will take you into either Plaza Nueva ( C1 or C2 ) or Reyes Catolicos ( C3 or C4 ) in the Centre. Walk for 5 minutes down to Puerta Real de Espana. San Antón is a further two minute walk. Easy and a good way of finding your bearings as you’ll be walking this route many times. By the way if you do book this hotel do try the restaurant opposite and slightly to the right of the main entrance. ( Veracruz. See my separate report ) Good fresh food and fantastic value. Most of the clientele are Spaniards.