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Looking the best hostels in Granada? Finding cheap accommodation in Granada can sometimes be a task. There are many budget-friendly places to stay in scattered around the city and it’s easy to get lost among the options.
I’ve lined up the top 5 ones when it comes to the best hostels in Granada, to guide you in your quest for the perfect accommodation in the city.
Naturally, I couldn’t include each and every single awesome hostel in Granada, since the city is filled with budget-friendly lodgings at every corner, but I think I got pretty close. I based my research on my personal expectations of what I expect out of a great hostel in Granada.
Lemon Rock Hostel: The foundation of Lemon Rock Hostels design is a 300 year old Andalusian house in the center in Granada. The hostel rooms are modern with crisp white walls and solid wooden beds, hand-made in Granada. Enjoy the sun on the rooftop terrace with a good book or chat with other travelers on the comfortable couches!
ECO Hostel: In a place where there are some solid options for accommodation, this hostel stands out with its paired back, urban aesthetic (think polished concrete floors), cool common rooms and spacious dorms. But the best thing about this cool Granada hostel is the staff. They really care about guests’ happiness, and with a kind attitude will make your stay memorable.
White Nest Hostel: It’s located in a charming 17th century Andalusian Palace in the historic Albaicín neighborhood. The accommodation site has one of the finest locations, part of the old town of Granada, situated right next to shops, tapas bars, cafes and pubs. The beds are comfortable and bright, come with your very own towel and linens, while the bathrooms are very clean and are continuously maintained throughout your stay.
Granada Inn Backpackers: This nice hostel stands out from the crowd thanks to its lively social atmosphere, ensured by the daily activities organized by the enthusiastic staff of employees and volunteers. The budget-friendly price you pay for the accommodation includes a delicious complimentary breakfast to help you kick start your day. Bed linens are also included and towels can be rented for a very low fee.
Granada Old Town Hostel: This is a cozy, inviting hostel with a total of 6 rooms spread out on 3 different floors. All beds come with fresh linens and their very own power outlet. The lodging has a brilliant location, within walking distance to the most important sights. The welcoming hosts will help you out in organizing your tours and can offer plenty of insightful information about the lesser-known gems of the city.
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This article is part of a complete guide about Granada where you can read all the information you need to plan your trip to this amazing destination in Spain.
Here is a complete summary of all the guide:
1. When to visit Granada
2. How many days to spend in Granada
3. How to get to Granada
4. How to move around Granada
5. Granada hotels: where to stay in Granada
6. What to eat in Granada
7. What to do in Granada
8. Tips to visit the Alhambra in Granada
9. How to buy tickets to the Alhambra in Granada
10. Alhambra tickets sold out. What can you do?
11. Is the Alhambra night visit worth it?
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