Frankie and the staff at El Granado are absolutely top notch. The hostel itself is clean, modern and spacious. It's easy to meet other backpackers in the common room. The 2 EUR breakfast is a nice option to have. I'll definitely stay here for my next trip to Granada.
- Avid Traveller
- Male, 25-30
- (10 reviews)
super friendly and helpful staff.. the location is on the promenade into town (10-15 minutes on foot). nice bar with patio though it's not open every day. rooms are very pleasant and come with medium size lockers. breakfast was a bit meagre.
The staff is very helpful and friendly. I only wish the breakfast was a bit more substantial - bread and jam can only go so far.
"en suite" does not necessarily mean you have a toilet adjoining your room. the single room has no shelves. the excursions offered there are exorbitantly priced. you are given a free meal or shisha for posting your review prior to departure. that being said, youssef is a gem and will go the extra mile for you.
The desk staff at the hostel were very pleasant and helpful. I liked how the beds were made, and that they provide little towels and bars of soap. There were several aspects of this hostel that are far from "Perfect". The breakfast is atrocious, the rooms are poorly ventilated yet let in quite a bit of street noise, and the bathroom/shower facilities are microscopic.
Very friendly staff. Great breakfast! Note that they provide linens including a towel.
Friendly, young staff at the front desk and bar. The 4-person room was quite spacious. Modern facilities. Skip the breakfast on offer there, unless you really love carbs.
The staff at the hostel are extremely helpful. Their internet service is spotty though. The hostel itself lacks ambiance, but given how interesting Berlin is -and how much cool stuff there is to see nearby- there isnt much reason one ought to stay inside.
Helpful staff, really lovely breakfast, and fantastic view from the top. And within a couple minutes walk to major sights.
Front staff was very helpful. It would have been nice to know what additional fees one could expect, eg security deposit, locker fees, etc. For example, the lockers available required payment to the hostel and a guest could not use his/her own lock.