Hotel Villa Oniria
What To Know
- The hotel is within easy walking distance of tapas bars, restaurants, and shopping
- Rooms are on the smaller side and dark
- Free WiFi is fast and reliable
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
How to Get There
elegant place, nice and wide rooms yet the bathroom is open. no slippers available and very unconfortable pillows.
bar and restaurant are excellent, at the reception the ladies can be nicer than how they were with us.
Nice hotel in a central location - we were easily able to walk all over the city from the hotel. The hotel was cute with some nice sitting areas where we relaxed and had some quiet time for reading. We thought there was a pool - but there isn't - there is a spa, but we didn't visit it. We enjoyed our stay, but nothing was super outstanding - good value for the cost.
We had a nice room but poor air-conditioning which basically was noisy and didn't cool at all, friendly staff. average breakfast
over priced spa which was only open to a minimum payment of 25 euros.
well located to walk to all the main areas.
We spent three nights here recently.
It is not situated in the more romantic part of Grenada, but possibly it's more useful to have lots of shops, cafes, and restaurants near at hand. We easily walked to the Cahtedral and passed no less than three traditional ceramics shops en route (and a second-hand bookshop).
The hotel is very discreet. It is a converted 19th c. villa with a spacious and calm bar and a prize-winning restaurant. The room was mainly fine: we looked out over a side street, no problem with noise. But I was surprised at the carpet. It is some strange felt concoction and looks dirty (I notice other reviewers have commented on this). Possibly it isn't actually dirty, just looks that way.
Breakfast was uninspired, though freshly squeezed orange juice is a nice touch. The waiter had virtually no English and offered us, bafflingly, 'green eggs'. Turned out to be scrambled eggs in a green glass bowl. I remain baffled. Is this a homage to Dr Seuss?
Staff were moderately helpful, by Spanish standards.
Two small gripes. I gathered from the hotel website that the hotel does an airport shuttle. Well, it doesn't. It will call you a taxi, is all.
Secondly, the room literature says that between 4 and 8 pm the restaurant can provide you with snacks and sandwiches. Well, it won't. The first night my elderly husband was very tried and hungry around 6.30 but the hotel couldn't/wouldn't provide room service. We had to go out, admittedly, not far, but really sometimes even a short walk is too far.
We stayed here as part of a small group tour for 2 nights. We were in room 107 which was extremely comfortable, and best of all - a kettle & tea bags came standard! The room had a nice modern fit out and a comfortable bed. The AC was effective.
Locations is excellent, in easy walking distance to the historic centre of Granada & there is a small supermarket around the corner about 50 metres away.
Breakfast in the restaurant was very good.