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This hotel is in a great location just three blocks from the main square, and two blocks from Granada's bar and restaurant street. It's nice and quiet too since rooms look in on the lovely courtyards rather than out to the street. (Note that this...More
We spent two nights at the hotel in the peak season. The experience could only have been better if the rooms were larger- though to be fair- we arrived after spending 13 days in a two bedroom house that we rented on the coast.
El Patio Malinche is a hotel dream come true!
They have about 20 really beautiful rooms set around a little courtyard with a nice clean pool and some chairs. The breakfast is amazing, staff superfriendly and helpful and the views of the volcano great. I...More
I stayed in Patio del Malinche from Dec 22nd - 27th. I traveled to Granada on my own just for a get away and an adventure as well as some volunteer work in nearby Pantanal. This hotel was truly perfect. It is 3 blocks from...More
Although this was our second choice in Granada, we were really pleased with our stay. Both the street and the hotel itself were quiet (our rooms were right next to the pool, so we wondered if it might be noisy, but pool closing time was...More
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When we stayed at the Patio del Malinche they did not serve a breakfast buffet, but instead offered choice between different options, e.g. yogurt with granola and fruits or a great (giant!) fruit platter. We really liked it... More
When we stayed at the Patio del Malinche they did not serve a breakfast buffet, but instead offered choice between different options, e.g. yogurt with granola and fruits or a great (giant!) fruit platter. We really liked it! Good quality of ingredients, adequate dish sizes and an excellent coffee. I am not sure if they may adapt in accordance with number of guests (we were very few back then), but I can say that we didn't miss a breakfast buffet. :)