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Fundalucia Reviews

Barrio Alto 18, Quentar, Granada, Spain

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93%

Rating
192 Total Reviews
  • 96%Value For Money
  • 91%Security
  • 89%Location
  • 94%Staff
  • 94%Atmosphere
  • 95%Cleanliness
  • 93%Facilities

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100%

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.


86%

Fundalucia is a very relaxing retreat perched in the mountains, where you can curl up by the fire or adventure out and explore the countryside. It was refreshing to find somewhere that really feels like home after travelling for some time. Excellent kitchen facilities, and with two supermarkets in town you'll have everything you need. Only one bathroom but for a small place it isn't too much of an issue. And there is a great terrace to sit back and soak up the sun.


100%

I initially booked her for four nights, but I felt so relaxed here I extended my stay for a further four nights. This is the place to stay if you want a relaxing haven. I would get up in the morning, have breakfast and then just relax on the patio taking in the stunning views of the Sierra Nevada. The rooms were spacious and clean. The cozy lounge with the log fire and well equipped kitchen, together the the friendly and helpful staff gave the place an immediate feeling of homeliness.


100%

You really need to stay here it will change your life i loved it there

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


100%

Beautiful views in a relaxing hostel. If your looking for a homely feel in a quiet village for a few days Fundalucia will provide. I cycled around the winding mountain roads and found much beauty.


89%

We loved this hostel, it is a perfect place to relax! The whole place is decorated like a nepalese mountain hut. The fire in the lounge was going all day and night and there was even a cat. The owner is very nice and as it is a small hostel there was a very sociable vibe. The kitchen facilities and bathrooms are all good. There is a large selection of free teas and can buy essentials like butter/ rise from a cupboard. The town itself is good for day trips into granada and the mountains.

  • 8th Nov 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Mixed Group, 18-24
  • (1 review)


71%

Had a very negative experience with the 'hypnotherapist' owner upstairs whose services are offered, which soured my stay. He imposed his random new age philosophies on me for about an hour with a cultish intensity that was disturbing. The manager also can not help imposing his views, which was disappointing when i wanted to enjoy the quiet with other guests.


97%

Paradise. This hostel is a break away from the world; where you can laze around enjoying the sun or spend the day walking paths through the mountains. It is very small and open, at the top of the city. Lots of vegetation and a little water fountain in the front area make it so peaceful and relaxing. The kitchen has everything needed for any cooking, the beds are very comfortable, there are many places to sit inside and outside. My favourite hostel from my trip and I will definitely visit again


77%

The staff are helpful that they picked me up when I was lost at arrival, they also allowed me to use the facility before check-in and after check-out. Room is tidy and equipped with many electric plugs which is convenient. Hostel is located at Quentar which connects to Granada by a bus serving every 1-2 hrs, the bus stop is about 15 mins downhill by foot. If you have sufficient time exploring both Granada and Quentar with few luggages, this is a pretty nice accommodation for relaxation.

  • 23rd Oct 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Hong Kong
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


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!


94%

Great place to relax and take it slow after stressful traveling for backpackers. Pros: - beautiful place and location - amazing view - very clean - very warm and cozy, like home Cons: - one bathroom/shower for everyone, except the one private room - poor directions, with one small and hidden sign; the area has steep hills so getting lost means wandering around uphill with luggage - people in the area let their aggressively barking dogs wander off leash


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)




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