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We stayed at another hotel for the first 4 nights in Granada, but they didn't have room for our final night so we had to find an alternate. Last minute booking meant we ended up here - hotel is ok, with decent location, but definitely...More
The Building is amazingly beautiful - colonial style at it's best! The room (4 Person room) was also very nice with a very big bathroom. For breakfast we had different optional to choose from the day before, which were all good but not extraordinary. Staff...More
The positive things( nice female workers, comfortable bed, and good breakfast), do not even come close to out-waying the negatives about this place.
The room that we had was like a sauna, in spite of having 2 fans. There was AC available, but it was...More
We wanted to stay at one place for 4 nights but couldn't book all our nights in only one place because we were visiting Granada during the Holidays and we were booking our hotels two weeks before the trip, most hotels were completely booked and...More
We enjoyed our stay at Casa Antigua very much. The hotel staff was very friendly, the hotel felt quite secure, and the room was lovely and huge. The breakfasts were excellent and filling, and we really appreciated that they asked for our breakfast order among...More
US$56 - US$93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Jeanine-Allan | Reviewed this property |
We booked this hotel when we were already in country and phoned them from our previous city/hotel. They were perfectly accommodating. However, you may need rudimentary Spanish to assist with any special... More
We booked this hotel when we were already in country and phoned them from our previous city/hotel. They were perfectly accommodating. However, you may need rudimentary Spanish to assist with any special arrangements.
Having said that, as far as I could tell, all rooms are on the second floor. I do not recall seeing any rooms on the first floor at all.
Enjoy your time in Granada and, if you have time, I would recommend Leon as well.
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"2nd floor, back with view of the other houses's roofs"