Hamakas Hostal Granada Reviews
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DON'T STAY HERE! Upon arrival cleanliness was less than adequate. Kitchen was so filthy that I had to scour the countertops just to put grocery bags on!! So, OK you get what you pay for right? I've been traveling for a good while under many sets of circumstances but the room rented wasn't worth the low dollars paid!! Mattresses were covered with trash bags and duck tape which only added to the already less than desirable overheated, lack or air moving thru room.Staff is RUDE!!
hostel is really chill. single rooms are super nice, and dorms are too- single beds, not bunk beds. hostel is a bit hot and is stuffy without fan. ktichen is well stocked. vibe is super chill- quiet place, if you want a rager, this isn't the place for you. i wound up staying here twice i liked it so much. they also offer laundry services. there is always a security guard there at night and door is locked whenever guest comes or goes- very safe. not right inthe hustle of the central park but clos
Nice and very clean Hostel, close to the center, allthough everything is close in Granada. In this price category you shouldn't complain anyway.
las hamacas was a pleasant place to stay. Myself and my girlfriend were given a 2 bed dormitory which was handy as we effectively had a private to ourselves. The hostel is very chilled and a quiet atmosphere. Kitchen was well kitted out... but they have matches for the stove so bring your own! Same goes for oil. It does the job and pretty much the cheapest place in town.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 18-24
- (1 review)
My favorite hostel in Granada for the money. That was my 3d time in Hamacas. So the next time it will be Hamacas too
This hostel is a quiet sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Granada City. Tucked behind La Merced Church, the hostel has all the amenities needed for a good stay in the city. The kitchen came in handy for breakfasts and the many hammocks provided a nice place for relaxation. The 24 hour security is huge plus and the staff is very friendly!
Location was quite good close to the square. Not much in the way of facilities but fine for a night or 2. Clean and big shower room a bonus.
Good location nearby Parque Central. Our room (a private double with bathroom) was spacious, nicely painted and clean.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 25-30
- (1 review)