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Granada Hostel

Granada Hostel displays all its original features from early XX Century, while providing an extra-comfortable stay with newly fitted bathrooms, range elite mattresses and relaxing showers with a refurbished high-pressured system, ensuring hot water 24-7 (rare in the historical centre!).

While enjoying the historical experience, you can mingle in the patio bar, read a book on the hammocks or take a break in the hammock floor net… a unique experience! The house is full of social areas where you can enjoy meeting new friends during your trip. All rooms are all unique in size and style, displaying the original house layout. Rooms are clean and neat, and as a recently opened hostel, everything is brand new. Heating systems, lighting and ventilation are ecofriendly, in line with our core values.

Granada Hostel is a great choice for travellers interested in scenery and old-town exploration. Museo del Oro, Quevedo jet, Museo de Botero, Plaza de Bolivar, Casa de la Moneda, Museo del 20 de Julio and many other historical attractions are within a few blocks. Tourist highly value strolling and admiring the republican and colonial architecture of the area.

Book your Stay at Granada Hostel

Standard Double Bed Private Ensuite

Sleeps 2
from US$32/day

Deluxe Double Bed Private Ensuite

Sleeps 2
from US$34/day

8 Bed Mixed Dorm

Sleeps 8
from US$11/day

6 Bed Mixed Dorm

Sleeps 6
from US$13/day

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