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Turin, Italy
Reviewed 5 May 2014

Small hotel in Granada managed by a family. The hotel is in a quite position, the rooms are small but cozy and clean. The hotel offer a Breakfast with a reasonable price (5 €) offering a good choice (salt and sweet).

1Thank SebAnna F
Malaga, Spain
Reviewed 10 January 2014

Just got back from Granada stayed at this hotel for a couple of nites, right in the centre of Granada nice people, rooms a bit small but fine for us, would stay again when visiting Granada, price was 50e per nite good and clean

2Thank Rita A
Mumbai (Bombay), India
Reviewed 5 July 2013

We stayed in Granada for only 3 days, but staying at the hotel made it so much easier for us to experience the city, even though we had limited time. The managers, Firas and Marisa did their best to help us with whatever we needed, including bus tickets, and have extensive knowledge about the best ways to see the various...

2Thank AJDMello
San Salvador, El Salvador
Reviewed 11 March 2013

I just returned from a weekend at Granda and stayed at this pension. It is very nice, clean, excellent location just between Darro Street and San Antonio Street. The rooms are small, yet very cozy and above all the people treat you with warmth and offer you all the possible help. The prices are accessible and close to a bus...

2Thank CeciP33
Bucharest, Romania
Reviewed 8 January 2013

For 66 EUR per night this hotel is a bit overpriced. Stayed for a day in the double room. Very small one. The bad and luggage was filling all the room. But was clean, very nice bathroom and comfy bad. The free Internet access was not accessible from the room. Also the hotel location is not the best. You have...

Thank Mustaine2011
granada_10, Gerente at Hotel Reina Mora, responded to this review

Dear customer, Our price for a double room for two people in peak season is 56 €, 5 € per person for the buffet breakfast + parking 13 euros, the normal price of public parking is 17-20 € / day. It is expensive for you? we are in the city center, the cathedral is a 10 minute walk from our...

Vienna, Virginia
Reviewed 6 November 2012

Ok, the hotel was good - VERY clean, comfortable beds, clean and renovated bathroom, decent breakfast, good location (fairly close to "downtown), etc. However, I was traveling with my 2y old and frankly, I didn't feel welcomed. No one was rude and they were very polite, but we were not allowed to bring the stroller into our rooms. For what...

Thank J R
Reviewed 1 October 2012

The Hotel Reina Mora has been described by one reviewer as' A Gem'. Let me tell you now,it's definately not a gem. The photos give a completely false impression. We found it dark, depressing, charmless and overpriced. Our twin bedded ground floor room was tiny and 'gave on' to the street which meant that the ugly roller blind had to...

1Thank geoffrey w
granada_10, Gerente at Hotel Reina Mora, responded to this review

Dear sir. Sorry for your disappointment with our hotel. We do not publish photographs of our hotel FALSE, since you arrived was angry and upset, not knowing why. It's not fair to write false comments about our hotel. The facade of our hotel does not have graffiti, these totally confused, all our rooms have double windows are very confortables, and...

Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 13 July 2012

I stayed as a single traveller.at Hotel Reina Mora during the "semana santa" last April . I found it extremely comfortable. The hotel owner and the lady at the desk were very welcoming and extremely helpful. The room was very clean and pleasant. I also enjoyed the breakfast and sitting at a large dining room table gave me the opportunity...

1Thank Viviane F
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Reviewed 2 June 2012

Very friendly atmosphere - upon arriving the host gave us a full presentation of Granada re. where to go/eat etc. Excellent beds. Very clean and beautiful Italian interior design. In a walking distance to everything but a bit hidden away so no noise in the evenings.Breakfast was modest, however fair considering the cheap price (only 5 €) Super nice rooms...

Thank Sarah B
granada_10, Gerente at Hotel Reina Mora, responded to this review

Dear Customer, we thank you about you honest opinion, it is so very important for us. we try to do best the breakfast, and I hope sometime you can visit us again. Thanks to customers like you helps to make our service better. THANKS.

Bangalore, India
Reviewed 25 May 2012

Stayed for a day in the triple room. The front desk was very helpful. The room was cold. The free Internet access was hardly accessible from the room. Hotel breakfast was poor and is best avoided. The bus to reach the Al Hambra is a good 10 minute walk from the hotel. Never make the mistake of not pre-booking the...

2Thank akmbangalore
granada_10, Gerente at Hotel Reina Mora, responded to this review

Dear Customer. I do not understand that you have had cold in the room, we have a quilt on every bed and blanket for each bed placed in the closet in case the need, plus we've shown how you have to put the heat in your room is with a single control, you can select the temperature you want. We...

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Description and services: Reina Mora Hotel is a recently built hotel (2005) located in the heart of the city centre just 3 minutes walk from the Congress Centre and within a few minutes walk from the most important monuments. Four-story building, modern construction, outward-facing rooms. 16 rooms available and lounge (available in October 2009). 24-hour reception service. 16 rooms available, all outward-facing. Single, single (big bed), twin, double (big bed), triple and quadruple rooms and one junior suite, all equipped with:• Air-conditioning• Central heating• Mini bar• Telephone• Wifi and cable Internet access in all the hotel.• Satellite TV• Bathroom• Towel-dryer• Sound-proof rooms (double glass windows)• Family rooms up to 6 people • Non smoking rooms• Pillow Menu in all the rooms (Low-Medium-High). Private parking on request and with charge Eur 13.00 per day (Please, indicate it in "Special Requests"). There will be a lounge for guests available in October 2009, offering free tea, coffee and infusions. Laundry service (not included in the price). ... more   less 

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Address: Calle Nueva de La Virgen 40, 18005 Granada, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada
Price Range: RM191 - RM492 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Hotel Reina Mora 2*
Number of rooms: 15
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“Choose the family room on the topmost floor. Beautiful city view.”
 of 5 bubbles AJDMello, 4 Jul 2013 | Read review
“If you are mad enough to stay here book a room on the upper floor.”
 of 5 bubbles geoffreyw980, 1 Oct 2012 | Read review
“We had the room with terrasse which is very recommendable as it is perfect for sharing a cold glass of wine after having been on sight seeing all day.”
 of 5 bubbles 29SarahB, 2 Jun 2012 | Read review
“Rooms on ground floor are larger I was told but none are that big.”
 of 5 bubbles bwdlinks, 6 Nov 2011 | Read review
“I guess a twin room or a double superior room are better size then double ones. the 4th floor is the highest and firther away from the street and reception noise.”
 of 5 bubbles OlgaBe, 19 Oct 2011 | Read review
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