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Richmond Hill, Canada
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

From the noisy and crowded road along the river Darro to the side alley and voila - you are at the old Moorish house filled with artifacts. This property is all about location and ambiance. We had upper room with amazing roof top terrace and magnificent view of Alhambra. From here you are at the walking distance to everything in...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 21 September 2016

The house is more like a riad in Morocco - stuffed to the gills with artefacts and beautiful objects. The roof terrace at night is magical, with a wonderful view of the Alhambra lit up against the night sky. Our room had its own little patio, but it did mean that we didn't get much sunlight in the room itself....

Thank Trangmard
Kent, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Happy we choose to stay here. Good sized comfortable room. Lovely views of Alhambra from the roof terrace. Interesting neighborhood. Easy walk to the bus stop for the red local buses that go everywhere you would want to go. Happy we choose to stay here

Thank Delias_Diary
Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 8 January 2016

We stayed at the room with direct access to the roof terrass, and above that was Another terrass where you could sit in the evenings and enjoy the whole atmosphere at roof top level, including the Alhambra that was right above us. It was no nice we were reluctant to leave the buildning. But it was perfectly located in the...

Thank MarieB100
Reviewed 7 June 2012

The Horno del Oro is up a narrow street in a perfect position opposite the Al Hambra. On arrival we were greeted warmly and handed the keys to the front door as well as our room. Breakfast is ok, and is the only time you see any staff, You just come and go ,as if it were your own house....

2Thank csnlondon
New York City, New York
Reviewed 9 April 2011

We absolutely LOVED Horno de Oro. We arrived without reservations and were warmly welcomed by the amazing couple that runs the place. Ask them everything about Granada -- they will passionately tell you stories, make suggestions of amazing places to listen to genuine flamenco, and show the house itself, which is an authentic moorish house from the 16th century. Incredible!...

2Thank AlessandraOP
Reviewed 1 November 2010

The building itself is quite unique; old and beautifully furnished in Moorish style. I stayed in the Alijbe Room which is the smallest and near the front door. You do get a lot of noise from the laneway at night when people walk by and talk loudly, as they do in Spain. There is also a bit of noise at...

4Thank MelbourneEchidna
up north
Reviewed 5 July 2008

I stayed in this property on my honeymoon and I was so amazed by the two poor reviews that I decided to write my first review for trip advisor. The question has to be asked is air conditioning really relevant in a property of this age that was specifically designed to stay cool in the 15th century? (see previous review)...

3Thank rankoutsider
Alta Loma, California
Reviewed 10 May 2008

We arrived in Granada early with reservations at a sister property that couldn't accomodate our early arrival. They referred us over to Horno De oro & we're so glad they did!! Yes, the room by the front door is quite small but we were rarely in it! Also, keep in mind, that this residence is part of the ancient part...

5Thank tclearyn3
Reviewed 14 February 2008

Booked our stay for our wedding anniversary. We fell in love with the building as soon as we entered it. The Horno de Oro looks very small from the outside, but is very misleading. Once through the beautiful wooden doors you enter what must have been a large Moorish courtyard (now enclosed by glass ceiling in the roof). There are...

4Thank LiverpoolLovetravel

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Additional Information about Horno de Oro

Address: Albaicin, 18010 Granada, Spain
Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada > Albaicín
Price Range: $126 - $214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:1 star — Horno de Oro 1*
Number of rooms: 4
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“Upper floor room”
juliamk2017, 7 Apr 2017 | Read review
“The downstairs room opens to the alley and can be noisy. Our room with its own patio can be dark. All are lovely though!”
  • No shower other than in the bath - but hot water all the time.
  • Roof terrace - and another level up as well.
  • View from the upstsairs terrace at night.
  • Private patio off the room
Trangmard, 21 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Make sure to choose a room with access to terrace or at least not at the first floor.”
MarieB100, 8 Jan 2016 | Read review
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