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Hostal La Ninfa

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Reviewed 20 October 2010

Stayed here for a couple of nights recently. Beware widespread road works and road closures in Granada while they build or extend their metro system. Very bijou and rustic hotel. Certainly different from other modern hotels. Rooms very clean but very small. Local private car park 18 euros per day. Parking available on road although difficult to find during evening...

Thank BucksJanet
Boston, MA
Reviewed 18 October 2009

this hostal is in the Realejo neighborhood and is located across from the Campo del Principe, a tree-lined plaza next to numerous bars and restaurants. it's convenient to the entrance of the Alhambra, as it's near the base of the hill where you can take the stairs all the way up (about a 20 min uphill hike on cobblestones). Plaza...

Thank okitt07
Reviewed 8 July 2009

localisacion: perfect: 10 min walking to city-center & monuments o you can take a citybus a 2min. room:perfect: a little bit small, but very, very clean personal: perfect: very, very staff & helpfull, speaking inglish, french & german very nice stay

Thank ismaelo1994
London, UK
Reviewed 2 December 2008

Unlike most places in old Granada, this is a new-build. In fact, so new, that they were doing construction work for a new lift when we stayed here, so the place was a bit of a bomb site. Still, it was a comfortable enough basic hotel, clean and tiny rooms and microscopic bathrooms, with no frills whatsoever other than the...

Thank ebit
Reviewed 3 October 2008

The hostal has a good location and look very nice from outside. Problems are inside: very ungentle and unfriendly people at the desk, especially the owner (very terrifying). Rooms are small and not perfectally clean. The air-conditioner doesn't work at all. Price expensive. People at desk speak spanish, there is no way to complain (in my opinion they pretend to...

Thank mircice
st catharines
Reviewed 2 October 2008

We end up at this property after leaving another hotel in Granada emty handed at 11:oo pm not been able to open our room and having walkin four floors up with no elevetor,we were on the street looking fora way to get another place tostay when i saw this couple coming and asked them for a direction,She (Vanessa)was like an...

1Thank totita77
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 10 April 2008

Good things about La Ninfa were: This hotel was clean, very nicely decorated, with helpful and pleasant staff. The location is great, too, in the Realejo area of town, an easy walk to the Alhambra and other sights. Not so good: There was REALLY NOISY construction going on at the hotel, starting in the morning most days. They didn't tell...

Thank NancyBG
Reviewed 28 January 2008

We stayed at the hotel, it's really nice for the price. The mistake was to go to the restaurant La Ninfa. For quite unreasoble price we got a meal which was frozen inside. It had been sent back to the kitchen, but they included it in the bill. We tried to exclude it, but it resulted in a terrible scandal...

Thank michael_hist
Reviewed 3 November 2007

Great little hotel in Granada. A little out of the main tourist area - 5 min walk to the main square. Friendly staff who were very helpful. The rooms are quaint but comfortable. Best bed I had the whole trip through Spain. Local bars nearby which was handy. Can get a little noisy. I was there for National Day and...

Thank LF0308
Reviewed 25 October 2007

By accident we ran into this lovely decorated hostel. The owner and staff were very friendly, rooms looking cozy and clean. The rooms are not too big (the more expensive ones are...), but complete, inclusive a full functional bathroom which is also decorated in style. Additional plus-point: La ninfa is close to the Alhambra, but also the historic city center...

Thank Johanna_Edgar

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Address: Plaza Campo del Principe s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada > Realejo - San Matias
Number of rooms: 11
Also Known As:
Hostal La Ninfa Granada
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“some rooms have couches and multiple beds, others are private -- all have spotless bathrooms and elevator access.”
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