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Where to stay in Granada

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Steve
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Camino Frances April 2017
Porto to Santiago October 2017
Santiago to Muxia /Finesterre Nov 2017
Hi all, lm starting the Mozarabe from Almeria next week Thursday and l was wondering if anyone can recommend a good place to stay in Granada , like an albergue without a lock in time , l have stayed in some during the Frances and Portuguese caminos where you got given a key or could come back anytime, just wondering as l am planning to meet up with a friend who lives there and may stay out late, buen caminos
 

Raggy

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Mozarabe Almeria (2017)
Cherhill to Canterbury - Pilgrims' Way (2018)
Via Francigena (2019)
Perhaps a private room at Casa Mercader de Sedas - listed in the guide:

The convent in Granada (Hermanas Comendadoras De Santiago) has strict hours, so it won't be suitable for you. Guests do not get a key to the external gate. And it has a wall that Donald Trump would be proud of. I'm pretty sure that you'd be stuck on the wrong side of it for the night if you were to come back late.
 

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Steve
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances April 2017
Porto to Santiago October 2017
Santiago to Muxia /Finesterre Nov 2017
Thanks for the advice dont fancy that much😀👍
 

Raggy

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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Mozarabe Almeria (2017)
Cherhill to Canterbury - Pilgrims' Way (2018)
Via Francigena (2019)
Thanks for the advice dont fancy that much
For people who aren't planning a late night, the convent is actually great - Good location, beautiful gardens and building, and comfortable single room. But the rules are the rules.
 

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Steve
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances April 2017
Porto to Santiago October 2017
Santiago to Muxia /Finesterre Nov 2017
For people who aren't planning a late night, the convent is actually great - Good location, beautiful gardens and building, and comfortable single room. But the rules are the
For people who aren't planning a late night, the convent is actually great - Good location, beautiful gardens and building, and comfortable single room. But the rules are the rules.
Yes would normally l would love to stay somewhere like that it sounds great , l was referring to not wanting to spend the night stuck between the outer gate and the wall, that would be a different camino experience
 

Magwood

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I stayed in Hostal Al Andaluz in a six bed dorm (three sturdy bunks) cost 11 euros including sheets, but no blankets, and with a very nice modern bathroom. Booked via Hostalworld. It is fairly central and has a bar. Excellent value for a major tourist attraction.
 

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Steve
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances April 2017
Porto to Santiago October 2017
Santiago to Muxia /Finesterre Nov 2017
I stayed in Hostal Al Andaluz in a six bed dorm (three sturdy bunks) cost 11 euros including sheets, but no blankets, and with a very nice modern bathroom. Booked via Hostalworld. It is fairly central and has a bar. Excellent value for a major tourist attraction.
Many thanks for the info
 

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