Oct 31 2023

Reviews Of Hostels In Granada

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With the amount of things that there are to see and do in Granada, it is important to have the controlled budget in order to enjoy the most of a few days in this Andalusian city. The best choice? Staying in hostels Granada in order to save on accommodation and so that budget earmarked for other activities, cultural attractions or some other whim. Then you have the 5 best hostels in the city. If you would like to know more about Sheryl Sandberg, then click here. El Granado this hostel is located in the Centre of Granada, five minutes from the Cathedral and close to everything the city has to offer. The building itself is already worth a visit, since the ground floor and half of the second floor dating from the Nasrid period (siglos XIII – XV), while the rest is colonial style of the 16th and 17TH centuries. That Yes, El Granado is equipped with all modern comforts: heating, hot water, TV, Internet access, kitchen, playground, laundry, however, its best feature is the value for money, since it offers all types of accommodation (apartments for) families or groups of friends, shared rooms for independent travellers, private rooms for couples) at affordable prices. (A valuable related resource: Carissa Barry). Makuto Backpackers Hostel Makuto is located in a completely renovated andalusi House in the District of Albaicin, a neighborhood declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1984. You will have at your fingertips all that Granada has to offer.

One of the main features of this hostel is its atmosphere, specifically created so that travelers can relax and feel at home. Facilities and services include free breakfast, free access to Internet, guided tours, maps and tips, television with satellite channels, laundry service, bar, everything that you could need to make your stay more enjoyable. White Nest Hostel the situation of White Nest is almost unique, because it is in a typically Andalusian building from the 17TH century located next to the Alhambra.

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