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Fundalucia Reviews

Barrio Alto 18, Quentar, Granada, Spain

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93%

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173 Total Reviews
  • 95%Value For Money
  • 90%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 96%Staff
  • 95%Atmosphere
  • 93%Cleanliness
  • 91%Facilities

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97%

Loved loved loved this hostel! If you're looking for something smaller, quiet, and off the beaten path, this is the place for you. The staff was a bit hard to reach while there, but this was more a reflection of their laidback attitude than anything. Everything else was awesome. Great hiking nearby, the town is quaint but beautiful, had everything we needed at the hostel, even board games and a "mini-market"! Very homey and chill. Would definitely recommend!


100%

Great place to stay, easy 20 minute bus ride into Granada for €1.70. Staff VERY nice and helpful


97%

What an amazing place to stay if you are looking to relax and maybe take a few hikes etc. this was perfect after a few days in busy Barcelona.


97%

Had a fantastic time at Fundalucia. We booked at double room, but were lucky enough to stay in the little house that they own in town. This had everything we wanted, gave us all the access to the facilities at the main hostel, but also some added privacy. There is a very reliable bus service from Quentar to Granada which runs between 7 am and 11pm each day and served us well. There are also 2 supermarkets and a few bars in town. A perfect place to relax or explore neighbouring Granada.

  • 26th Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


94%

Absolutely loved this hostel. Out of the city, so it's the perfect place to relax and get back to nature. The hike to the lake was gorgeous and the village was so nice, although very hilly! The staff were friendly and there is a 'mini market' in the hostel to buy food from. Easy day trips to Granada, or spend the day at the hostel with the great books, movies and views!


100%

The location and decor of this guesthouse make it the best possible choice if you're looking for relaxation. It is beautiful, peaceful and feels like home. Perfect place for artists who seek inspiration, tired travelers who want to rest after intense backpacking tour and stressed people who simply need to relax . I slept really well at Fundalucia and woke up and full of energy. There is something magical about this place, maybe it is all thanks to the friendly cat who loves company :)


91%

A really wonderful, tranquil place up in the mountains outside Granada. Very friendly, welcoming staff and great facilities, including a pool


86%

It is a very quiet place, in a very beautiful and peaceful location. Perfect for a chilling break! Everything was very clean, and the pool and garden areas are nice. You need to climb a bit to get there, which can be uncomfortable if you are wearing heavy baggage, but this location is what gives you the silence, the peace and the views to the sierra around. You can take some facilites from the kitchen, and others you can buy at very reasonable prices (same price you would find at a supermarket).


91%

loved my stay at Fundalucia which is a charming guesthouse in the village of Quentar! rooms are clean with bathroom attached, and has a full equipped kitchen complete with food which you can buy from the hostel at affordable prices. excellent for mingling with the other guests with plenty of common areas. being 20 mins away from Granada, it is a great place for a quiet getaway. do note that the 2 supermarkets in the village close on sundays!


86%

Very nice place to stay, peacefull and friendly, close to Granada. Axel is very nice person, very helpful. Facility was quite good, a litle bit creaky bed in our room. Very nice terase to stay. This place has very good and familiar atmosphere. Absolutely recommend, good value for money!


100%

Definitely my favorite place I have ever stayed. It is not in Granada but very easy to get to from Granada. If you're looking for some quiet time this is the place to go. It was very serene and peaceful tucked away in the mountains and the views from the outdoor terrace were beautiful. The lake is about an hour and a half hike, but so worth it! If you like being outdoors it's really a beautiful place to go. Axel and the owner were fantastic - so welcoming and helpful. I miss it already!


91%

Such a beautiful place to stay. We used fundalucia as a break between hostels. Was such a beautiful place, on top of a hill with the most amazing views. It's wonderful if you want to just relax for a couple of days.


97%

This hostal was something else. Come here if you want some quietness. After a couple party cities we came here to relax and that was definitely what we found. The owner Axel let us swim in the pool to cool down before checking in. The rooms are simple but cute. We did a nice 1,5 h hike to a lake that was really nice and enjoyed the mountain view. It feels a bit like a retreat place so if you like that definitely go here! Its an okay place to meet people, though lots of couples!


100%

We loves our stay at fundalucia! It was the mountain escape we needed tore lax and regroup before continuing our travels. We took in the landscape, used the pool, and hiked up to the lake. It was easy to get to and you didn't need to go anywhere else once you arrived! We would recommend!


100%

Loved our stay here! If we could have we would have never left! Thanks to axel and the rest of the staff for making our stay so enjoyable and relaxing- such an amazing location and we miss the lake already! Definetly worth a visit!

  • 9th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


89%

The place was very tidy and clean, which was excellent. The location, however, is on top of a steep and narrow street. If you are not used to driving in such conditions, it may be difficult for you as it was for me. My daughter and I got lost in the town but the locals are so kind and walked us all the way to the front door of the hostel. Overall, a nice place in a small village with rest views.


97%

mind blowing, alex and thomas (afandi) were really interesting people to meet! if you love nature and culture,hiking, stargazing or kayaking, this is the place for you!


94%

Stunning mountain retreat! Fantastic value for money, helpful, approachable, accommodating yet unobtrusive hosts. Feels like a home away from home, yet better!! A shangri la, escape, somewhere where we'll always look back on with a great fondness and will dream about returning to.

  • 23rd Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Female, 31-40
  • (1 review)


83%

This hostel was more of a guest house. It is a half hour bus from Granada in a little village in the hills. Not much happens in the village. Really lovely plave to stay if you want to be out of the city, awesome kitchen and the facilities are great. I'd recommend it if that sounds like your thing.


91%

Although it was a very short stay we had a great time at this very quiet and relaxed hostel. The walk up to the lake through olive groves was beautiful and well worth it. Staff at the hostel were also very friendly, welcoming and happy to chat. Would definitely recommend.

  • 30th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Wales
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


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