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All reviewsgreat locationold townspiral staircasealhambra viewtaxi farecharming hotelalbaicin districtcentury buildinglots of charactersitting areaold palacebreakfast was excellentno elevatorbreakfast roomtea and coffeecar parkshort walk
Well placed in old part of the city vlise to all the sites. Room was spacious and included tea and coffee making facilities. Staff were friendly. Handy to some good cafes and restaurants ........recommended
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If you are looking for a fabulous little hotel in the heart of the Albaicin walking distance to the Alhambra then this is the perfect hotel for you. The staff is amazing, beds are comfy and they have a stocked mini bar and coffee in...More
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Response from Palacio S, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at Palacio de Santa InesResponded 28 January 2018
Thank you so much for such a positive comment about your stay in our Hotel! It is always a great pleasure to read comments like yours. We are glad we could be a part of your holidays and we hope that if you...More
A very clean hotel in a good location. My main complaint was the noise. Although there is double glazing I could clearly hear the people talking in the alley outside, and on Friday night as people left the night club this went on until 4:30...More
booked a family room (king and 2 singles) which is hard to find in Europe. The room was a little cramped, bathroom 2 sinks but a little small. The best aspect was the location. However, the price might not justify the whole experience. Cannot comment...More
Fantastic location with a tiny view of the Alhambra. Very close to restaurants, the cathedral, the main square, etc. The building is fascinating. We had a suite on the second floor (third floor-American), with a huge bedroom, a sitting room/ dining space, and two bathrooms,...More
Response from Heather S | Reviewed this property |
Not entirely sure, but the room we stayed in (and in most places I've traveled in Europe) even the 'double beds' were twin beds pushed together with their own sheets and everything so you should be able to pull the beds... More
Not entirely sure, but the room we stayed in (and in most places I've traveled in Europe) even the 'double beds' were twin beds pushed together with their own sheets and everything so you should be able to pull the beds apart!