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Barrio Alto 18, Quentar, Granada, Spain

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206 Total Reviews
  • 93%Value For Money
  • 88%Security
  • 84%Location
  • 92%Staff
  • 90%Atmosphere
  • 92%Cleanliness
  • 91%Facilities

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Everything's just perfect from the location to the staff !


If you are looking to be relatively close to Granada, but not in the actual city, this place is for you. There is a regular bus service once an hour to Quentar but that stops running at 10:30, so no partying for you. The pool is open in the summer and is a nice area to hang out in, and the supermarkets in the village mainly stock juice which isn't ideal, but hey ho, it is a tiny town. The hostel kitchen is well stocked, and the staff are friendly! If you wanna relax in the mountains, go there!!!


Loved the location. The manager was rude about late arrivals, even when they were notified and unavoidable. No one was present to check me in until my second day of my stay. The pool was closed even though advertised as open. Kitchen facilities were good. Beds comfortable. Atmosphere was quiet and uninspiring beside the gorgeous view. I'm on the fence about this place. Good escape from the city but a lot of downfalls. The two female staff were super lovely.


Very hard to find, a lot further out of town then we expected. Thought it was near a lake but the lake was a 4km hike away. Room stayed in was 300m away from hostel so wifi didn't work in our rooms.


Amazing place. Great time in the village and Granada. Thanks Axel, thanks crew.


Great place for an escape but not ideal for travelers who want to explore the city of Granada.


Such a beautiful hostel! We loved our time there.

  • 17th May 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Great location. Fantastic place to meet fellow travelers, with good outside space. It's a shame the dorm room has no natural light and little ventilation. My only gripe. An awesome place to escape to.


Lovely place. Not easy to find, but once you are there you can relax.....


This hostel is perfect in all areas and I feel quite overtly critical for the mark down on location as it was perfect for me. It may be difficult for some to find and it is not so close to Granada (25 mins bus). It can seem a little dark inside the main rooms but let me remind you that the hostel is a little piece of paradise that you will never want to leave. The staff are polite, friendly and informative. The location is so beautiful, pictures do not do it justice. Locals are warm and inviting


Amazing little place in a little haven. Friendly staff, will recommend to my friends as little mountain retreat.


Located in a picturesque little village in a Sierra Nevada, half an hour by bus from Granadas center,it's an ideal place to rest after whole day of exploring Granada, that is if you're not interested in exploring Granadas night life. Hostel is really cosy, nice and quiet, beds comfortable and there is really nice courtyard that gives you great view of surrounding hills. Only negative is that it's a 10 minutes uphill walk from bus stop and directions are not clear, but the route is really nice.

  • 31st Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Croatia
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Great place to visit to relax and recharge. There are tons of great walks right out the door or just chill on the fabulous porch. The kitchen is perfect and there is even some food to purchase. The staff was very welcoming.

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