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Suites Gran Via 44
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Reviewed 17 May 2012

Really nice quiet hotel. We had Room 23 on the second floor which had a large lounge/diner with kitchenette, a separate bedroom and a balcony. The bathroom is well equipped and the electronic bidet is something else. Don't stand over it and press the start button to see what happens, you get soaked!
There's a small hotel car park (three cars) which costs approx 20 euros per night which we used.
There's free wi-fi in the room, the most challenging part was taking down the 20 character password over the telephone.
They will deliver breakfast to your room for a charge but if you leave the hotel and turn left there are plenty of bakeries, restaurants and bars nearby. The cathedral is about a ten minute stroll away with many bars and restaurants near there. More authentic is a road that parallels the main road behind the hotel which leads to various tapas bars and restaurants.
We walked to the Alhambra from the hotel, it's a fair hill you have to go up (we're in our 50s) but there is a bus that you can catch near the hotel.
All in all an ideal location and a great place to stay.

Room Tip: As we were checking out I was reading the Visitors book and there were a few recent comments about the bathrooms being smelly which we didn't experience at all. I'd try for a suite with a balcony as from the fire escape floor plan some rooms only seem to have a couple of small windows one of which is into the atrium.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank SugarloafView
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Reviewed 16 May 2012

We booked this hotel in central Granada so we could visit the main sights in the city. We booked a 1 bedroom suite with sitting area and kitchen. Flew into Malaga and drove from there to Grenada in about 1hr 40. Granada is not really a drivers city and if you understand and prepare for this you will be fine. There are roadworks on major routes into the city and the hotel provides directions to compensate for these. Your sat nav may not cope as well with this issue. The hotel only has around 8 parking spaces and we were told that these could not be booked in advance. There is a lane alongside the hotel with yellow lined boxed areas for hotel guests to park for short periods at check-in and check-out. There were no spaces at the hotel so we were directed to a nearby public parking location (Triunfo Parking). Public parking is underground and numerous, clean, well-lit, and have toilet facilities. The parking spaces are narrow however and were adequate for our rental car which was a Fiesta, but would be difficult in a SUV or people carrier (at least without damage). Parking costs 18 euro per day which is not bad, and was barely 5-10 minutes walk from the hotel (Triunfo Parking). We felt safe there and the car was fine. Beware the usual mopeds and also look out for traffic lights at pedestrian crossings. You will often see a green light about 30 feet ahead of you when the light right at the crossing in front of you is red. Coming from the UK this was unusual and tricky so take care.

The hotel desk staff were pleasant and helpful, and the hotel itself was clean and nicely decorated. The ambience is lovely. We have stayed in many suite hotels and we found our room to be excellent. The sitting area was a good size with a wall-mounted flatscreen TV. There were a few english news channels. There is a dining table and a small kitchen area with microwave, stovetop, fridge etc. Taps are good quality. There was no kettle in the room but a quick call to reception produced one. An iron and ironing board are available from reception also. The bathroom was small but with a very nice roomy shower, electronic bidet, and sink. The bed was comfortable with a memory foam topper and comfortable pillows. The decoration was tasteful and modern and everything was very clean. The room is cleaned daily although this does not include dishes and the kitchen area. There are wooden shutters on windows which provides for a really dark room and a good nights sleep. We were on the first floor despite which noise was not a problem except for someone knocking loudly on the outside hotel door at 4 am one night. No issues with noise from the street and we stayed Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights. You can order breakfast as an extra which will be brought to your room. This was 20 minutes late but we were not in a great hurry. It is basic but tasty and costs roughly 8-12 euro. We kept a few basics in the fridge, and there is a Carrefour mini-mart down the street about 10 minutes walk in the direction out of town.

From the hotel it is only a 10 minute walk or so to the Cathedral area, the Plaza Nueva, the Plaza Bib-Rambla and the Al-Caiceria (market). There are numerous places to eat in these areas, from street cafes to nice restaurants, and we felt safe walking here at night. There are several very nice ice-cream stores and Tapas bars also. We booked a hop-on, hop-off bus tour (foolishly), but there is a fantastic local bus service with smaller buses that run up the narrow streets to the viewpoints in the Albayzin and to the Alhambra itself if you don't want to walk. These buses run along the Gran Via so you can catch them very near the hotel. That said, the walk to the sights although steep in places should be manageable for most. The bus costs 1.20 euro per person for each journey. Taxis are numerous, but we didn't need them. The streets are narrow and cobbled in many areas, so good footwear is helpful. We visited the main sights and they are all wonderful. At the Cathedral we did not have any problems with the gypsy ladies. They certainly approached us but were not persistent when we walked on or said no. Compared to many cities this and begging were not an issue....few and far between and not at all aggressive or persistent. If you are going to the Alhambra book in advance...tickets can be collected on Gran Via at a La Caixa cash machine on the walk into the centre from the hotel. Beware the queues for the Nasrid Palace. We were booked for 4 and the queue was very long and in direct sunlight. It turned out many people queued even though their time was 415 or 430, and this really slows down the movement. In addition, they stop admitting after about 10 minutes so you could be behind people and not get to the entrance. If you are going with young children they do not tell you that buggies/strollers are not allowed until you get right to the front of the queue, by which time you will have lost your slot. We saw several people caught out like this. Otherwise the visit is lovely, and there are numerous drinking fountains as you move around, and trees or buildings for shade.

We really enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay here again.

Room Tip: Perhaps a higher floor if you are a light sleeper, but this was quiet compared to many hotels we have stayed in.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Andrew F
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Reviewed 13 May 2012

This was my favorite hotel that I stayed at during my honeymoon trip to Spain. The price is so good and the quality of the hotel was unexpected. It appears to be newly built. Spacious and within 10-15 min walk of all of the main sights (except you have to take the bus or walk further for the Alhambra). There is a bidet toilet - awesome! The bed and pillows are memory foam. It is a full King, not the typical two twins pushed together as seen in Europe. The kitchen was fully stocked with a mini fridge with drinks and snacks for sale. The basement has free coffee and tea (not in the room). Internet is via an old, overheating laptop in the basement. An iron and ironing board is available upon request. No restaurant but there is a bakery less than 2 minute walk away. The road noise was acceptable given the fact that my room faced the main street.

Also, laundry is available, but is expensive. But was worth it.
I would definitely stay here again.

Room Tip: ask for higher floor
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Angela P
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Reviewed 8 May 2012

Very comfortable and spacious apartment in the center of Granada. All main sights are within 10 - 15 min walking distance. We had a suite on the first floor. Separate living and bedroom. Clean. Good beds, nice bathroom. We prepared our own breakfast - shop selling croissant at 20 mtr from the hotel. Very nice that our rental car could be parked in their garage (some extra costs).
Staff was friendly and helpful. Free and functional wifi.
If traveling by car, make sure you read the directions on the hotel's site. With that, access is easy.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Japiotje
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Reviewed 3 May 2012

Loved our 3-night stay at Hotel Suites Gran Via 44. Spacious and clean rooms, friendly and helpfull staff. The location was okay, only a short walk away from restaurants and you could catch a bus to Alhambra almost at the front of the hotel.

Room Tip: There was a nice lift, so probably the higher the better.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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