Hotel Landazuri: Visit Granada, Spain with KIDS

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  1. I guess life is a trade off. Nice that you had a good location and rooftop terrace, those were pluses. The price also sounded like it was right. If the weather had been nicer, perhaps you wouldn’t have noticed the cold, and had a better stay. Also, in dry, sunny weather, maybe no mold. Still, a fair review.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      That is so true. Give and take – I guess unless you were paying top dollar in which case I guess you can expect all of the above to be good!! 🙂 It was a family business that had been through several generations and I hope they can get it smoothed out. Would be lovely to have it continue.

  2. Jen Morrow says:

    A darling place, but I would not book this accommodation based on your negatives. Black mold is so harmful to breathe. Even at the best price, it is not worth possible health concerns.

  3. onlybyland says:

    The Alhambra is a destination on my bucket list which I should be visiting this fall. I don’t think Hotel Landazuri could be in a better position to view it really unless it was actually in the grounds. The hotel looks pretty unique too, the kids must have loved exploring it! Cold water, cold weather and no service is pretty bad though, at least you saved some money.

  4. Penny says:

    Spain has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. I’ve been on the look out for good places to visit and places to stay at. Sharing a hairdryer is a first but I’m assuming the warm climate means that you won’t need it either way.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      It was a surprise because most places have dryers in every single room! Uncomfortable things often lead to the best stories. 😉 Thanks for stopping by.

  5. neha says:

    A place to try for some adventure. I like the fact that the courtyard has flowers and plants. I could do introducing my kid to some. But the negatives for me out weight the positives here. I can’t imagine being so cold, with a lack of hot water supply

  6. I really like the layout of this hotel review. I always choose a hotel based on its location and it is great that this hotel is so pretty too! thanks for sharing!

  7. I am not sure I would want to stay in place where the owner was complaining about the heating being too expensive – after all guests pay for the services including the heating. How does he expect to get repeat business with an attitude like that?

    • NatalieTanner says:

      I know. I was thinking the same thing, but she seemed to be extremely stressed and unreasonable. Hopefully things have smoothed out and smooth out. The location was perfect and I understand the hotel had been in the family a while. Would be a shame to lose it.

  8. Riely says:

    It’s too bad there were many negatives to this stay. It isn’t unreasonable to ask for some more blankets if you are cold. I do like the courtyard, and I agree it would be beautiful full of flowers and plants blooming in April/May.

    • NatalieTanner says:

      I know…isn’t it??? I hope it was a fluke and that things are looking up. The location was perfect and the rooms had charm.

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