Informações do estabelecimento
Saída até: 11:00
<h3>Localização Do Estabelecimento</h3> Uma estadia La Gran Francia coloca-o no coração de Granada, a alguns passos de Parque Central e de Catedral de Granada. Este hotel de 4 estrelas está a 6,1 km (3,8 mi) de Laguna de Apoyo e a 0,1 km (0,1 mi) de Calle La Calzada. As distâncias são apresentadas à 0,1 milha e ao quilómetro mais próximo. <br> - Parque Central - 0,1 km/0,1 mi<br> - Catedral de Granada - 0,1 km/0,1 mi<br> - Calle La Calzada - 0,1 km/0,1 mi<br> - Mi Museo - 0,4 km/0,2 mi<br> - Plaza del Convento de San Francisco - 0,4 km/0,3 mi<br> - Mansión de Chocolate - 0,4 km/0,3 mi<br> - ...
Esq. Suroeste Del Parque Central, Calle Real Xalteva, Granada, Nicaragua - Granada, Granada Department - Nicaragua - 0500884
Comodidades do estabelecimento
Saída até: 11:00
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Gran Francia - Granada / Ni
Avaliou em 9 de janeiro de 2017
Boa hospedagem. Quarto e banheiro amplos e limpos. Muito próximo da praça central. Dispõe de restaurante com boa cozinha e café da manhã bem servido. A propriedade respeita o estilo da arquitetura da cidade.
Ótima opção e localização
Avaliou em 18 de março de 2015
Desde o início fomos muito bem atendidos, o estacionamento era em outro local e um rapaz gentilmente nos acompanhou até lá (pago a parte). O quarto é bom, limpo, assim como o banheiro. O café da manhã é servido no restaurante do outro lado da rua e pode-se escolher entre as várias opções, desde o típico gallo pinto ou mesmo o tradicional continental. Fica muito bem localizado e pode-se fazer tudo a pé.
Nice place to stay
Avaliou em 13 de março de 2020
The hotel is in the old Spanish style, especially liked the furniture and the general decoration. The service meets modern ideas. The cuisine is quite diverse and can satisfy every taste. You can spend a reasonable time here ...
Beautiful but disappointing
Avaliou em 11 de março de 2020
La Gran Francis is a lovely grande-dame from Granada’s colonial past. The restaurant is wonderful. It is located directly across the street from the hotel. The room was spacious with high ceilings. Unfortunately, the toilet leaked, which I reported to the receptionist, but nothing was done. The door to the patio would not lock, but I couldn’t open it, either. I was not given the correct room and safe keys, so that caused some anxiety, but was resolved within an hour. I ended up carrying the bulky keys with me at all times because I did not trust reception to return the correct keys to me. Housekeeping changed our sheets, but left no tp or clean towels.The property holds a lot of promise, but I could not recommend it currently.
Could be the number 1 hotel in Granada with a little effort
Avaliou em 21 de fevereiro de 2020
Half of our group stayed here and the other half in Plaza Colon which was apparently better maintained. I chose this hotel on purpose because in Plaza Colon, there were stairs and our room here was on ground floor. Very conveniently located just off the main square, very close to the cathedral, this beautiful mansion with a lovely courtyard and spacious rooms could easily be the number 1 hotel of the city. However, the bathrooms floor needed refurbishment although there were no problems with hot water, some clients didn’t like the bathroom. Actually the historical washbasin was a museum piece. With just a little expenditure, the room would change a lot. The furniture was of dark wood. We used the table for our luggage. There was a safe and the WiFi was good. There was also a water tank next to the reception where we could fill our bottles. Breakfast was served in the courtyard of the historical mansion across the street. This house belonged to a infamous historical character, William Walker. Breakfast was typically Nicaraguan with rice and black beans and fruits. The staff tried their best but they were totally unprofessional and untrained with no English. We had a hard time trying to get a small towel. In principle, they give 2 big and 1 small towels for 2 people in Nicaragua and you have to fight for the second small towel. We usually gave up and used the large one to wipe our face and hands.