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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 May 2012

Not as advertised If you are after luxury, then already - photos give you indication that the rooms are not fitted to luxurious standards This actually a sad run down villa, old furniture, rugs etc although it does have potential to be good If you think you are going to swim in the pool - well make sure you have...

Thank Emily_WestLondon
Mudgee, Australia
Reviewed 1 June 2011

Got off the bus from Seville and caught a cab here ( or tried to), things didnt start well when the cabbie had to ask his mates where the place was. As stated in previous reviews you can t drive but we got dropped close and as it turned out it was just as well because there is no staff...

1Thank themudgeerambler
austin, texas
Reviewed 3 August 2009

i've read a few of the less-than-flattering reviews here. not my experience. yes, you cannot readily drive here. it's an ancient part of an ancient city. which is WHY you come here. i parked at a safe, underground lot, an easy and delightful 10-minute walk away. a taxi CAN bring you here. there's just no parking. several emails to confirm...

Thank marc_english
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 5 September 2008

We stay in Granada at least 2 times a year, and I've tried many B&Bs because I like their quirkiness. Sometimes however, quirky, can spill over into something you don't really want. As in- instead of the furnishings being pleasantly shabby-chic, etc, we found they were really very run down. It would be one thing if we were paying 89...

Thank kschmitty0
Reviewed 23 May 2008

Stayed here for 2 nights on our honeymoon. We managed to stay in a room with balcony with the MOST amazing views of the Alhambra for 175 euros a night, which I thought seemed pretty reasonable. The ceilings in some parts are very low (both the bathroom and the stairs) and I kept bashing my head and I'm only 5...

Thank lg23a
Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 28 August 2007

What a mistake it was to book this place. While walking to find it (you cannot drive to the hotel) my wife and I were hassled by teenagers using drugs less than a block from the hotel. When we found the hotel entrance there was a torn up old couch across the small courtyard from the door and a couple...

1Thank FrisbeeDog99
Reviewed 23 May 2007

Stayed here for 2 nights in April in room 9. The hotel was beautiful and in a great location. Room 9 was lovely, the only thing was that it was a little dark but it didn't really matter. Had a lovely bathroom with both a bath & a shower and the beds where very very comfy, was also nice &...

1Thank AnonymousCheshire
Tunbridge Wells UK
Reviewed 1 October 2006

This hotel was a disappointment. It had the potential to be good. Our room was large,characterful and well-furnished. The location was central, in a quiet, narrow lane about 100 metres from the main drag and the Alhambra bus stop. >The shortcomings arose from sloppy housekeeping and maintenance, and low levels of staff training. During the earlier part of our holiday...

4Thank johnhopkins
Reviewed 20 June 2006

The Carmen de Santa Ines is tucked away in a quiet corner of the Albycin but is close to the Plaza Nueva, the Alhambra and the bars and restaurants of the Moorish quarter of Granada. It is peaceful and charming, and an effective recreation of an old merchant house with lots of period pieces, and surrounded by greenery and old...

4Thank Nige and Jane
Reviewed 25 September 2004

We spent two nights here and really enjoyed our stay. The hotel is beautiful. It is in a fully restored arab house and attention has been paid to every detail. The hotel is located in the best possible location in Granada, the quaint Albaicin neighborhood. It is on a quiet, pedestrian only street a couple of blocks up from Plaza...

8Thank cjohnson13

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Additional Information about Carmen de Santa Ines

Address: Plaza Porras 7, 18010 Granada, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada > Albaicín , San Pedro
Price Range: $131 - $284 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Carmen de Santa Ines 3*
Number of rooms: 9
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“Book cleaner for everyday of your stay and additional hours if you are throwing a party Do your own catering or find your own chef Bring disafectant, rubber gloves, and helps if you know some plumbing When showering in one of the bath tubs on floor with kitchen - be prepared to mope the floor yourself, the bath leaks”
Emily_WestLondon, 7 May 2012 | Read review
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