Hotel Landazuri: Visit Granada, Spain with KIDS
Hotel Landazuri in Granada, Spain
Granada is a must visit if your adventures take you to Spain. Kids will enjoy the wonderful Alhambra.
Hotel Landazuri: Location, location, location
When it comes to real estate, whether you are buying, renting, or visiting, location is KING! Hotel Landazuri is in a wonderful spot for a hotel. Just up the hill from the front door, you enter the grounds of Alhambra. You can see it from the rooftop courtyard.
Just down the hill from the hotel you will find shopping and restaurants. Also, at the bottom of the hill you can catch a bus to sight see. Don’t miss Alhambra at night. What a glorious sight!
Hotel Landazuri: Very reasonable price
The price is right at this small hotel with really low rates.
We had one room for four and then two single rooms. All were quaint and roomy. Loved the carved wooden doors.
Hotel Landazuri: Quaint European charm
The look of this hotel will have you so happy you chose it.
The tile in the entry and the door which leads off the entry to the owner’s home is really beautiful. The courtyard has flowers and charming plants. It wasn’t the perfect growing time of year when we were there butI can just imagine how pretty it would be if everything was in full bloom.
Hotel Landazuri: Amenities
There aren’t many amenities here. The hair dryer is shared amongst all the guests. Ask early if you need it before someone else gets it.
On weekdays you can have your laundry done. Talk to the owner to ask if this is available during your visit.
The attached cafe was so charming. We loved the tile and fresh squeeze orange juice. I love starting the day with hot tea and having everyone fed and caffeinated before heading out on a day’s adventure.
There is wifi, but I had to sit in the hallway to get it.
Hotel Landazuri: The negatives
Sadly we did not have the best experience overall.
The heat is controlled by management. We visited in March and it was quite cold. We asked about the heat and the owner grumbled that heat was expensive. We asked for more blankets but were told that she had ‘lived here for many years and it was plenty warm’.
One morning the heat for the water wasn’t turned on. So we were cold AND there was no hot water.
The worst though, was the mold. We noticed the windows were wet one morning when we opened the curtains to let the sun in and that is when I saw the black mold around the window seals. I went to the other windows in our room to look and found more. We let the owner know, but she was not concerned and seemed angry that I told her.
So, I would only recommend it ONLY if low price is your hotel goal. I hope that these negative experiences were flukes and others are having a great experience. If you have news of that, please let me know.
Natalie, The Educational Tourist