- Beautiful indoor/outdoor spaces, including a garden and fireplace lounge
- Elegant 19th-century villa combines modern decor and traditional architecture
- Spacious rooms feature minibars, comfy couches, and international TV channels
- Within walking distance to everything, from historic sights to shops to restaurants
- La Fabula restaurant serves gourmet Spanish cuisine, and there's also a wine and coffee bar on-site
- Spa offers facial and body treatments, a heated pool, and a sauna
- Villa Suite comes with a fireplace, double shower, and garden terrace
- Free Wi-Fi
- Fee to use the small gym
- Fee for breakfast
- Some rooms are showing signs of age
A beautifully restored 19th-century mansion on a cobbled street, the 31-room Villa Oniria offers a stylish, upscale experience in the city center. This lovely property has rooftop and fireplace lounges, along with lush gardens, a full-service spa, and a chic restaurant serving gourmet Spanish cuisine. Rooms are modern and spacious with cozy couches, while suites have big terraces with Albaycin views. Some rooms are showing signs of wear and tear, and there's a fee to use the cramped gym, but Wi-Fi throughout is free. For travelers seeking an Andalusian villa experience with outdoor space and proximity to the sights, this is a solid pick.
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- Villa Oniria
Calle San Anton 28, Granada 18005, Spain
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Airy, elegant villa with classic Andalusian architecture, outdoor lounging, and modern furnishings
The upscale Villa Oniria has a charming, cream-colored stone facade with wrought-iron balconies and wooden doors, making it stand out against the gray, cobblestone street. Inside, this restored 19th-century manor house combines traditional Andalusian architecture with modern comforts. Sunlight streams through large windows, while modern decor in cozy earth tones completes the sophisticated vibe. There's a soothing interior courtyard with stone colonnades, a blue tile floor, and a fountain at its center, along with white stone benches where guests can sit and catch their breath after a day of sightseeing. In fact, there is no shortage of space in which to relax at this property, with its rooftop sunbathing terrace, and lush garden with fountains and vivid green lawns, where guests can sip cocktails in the evenings.
The interior Chimney Lounge feels luxe, with its creamy marble floors, trio of arched doorways with garden views, tall wooden shelves lined with books and antique globes, and plenty of plush couches and armchairs in icy blue, white, and warm beige. Guests tend to be tourists, including couples and families, and while the property offers easy access to all the sights in Granada, there is much to be enjoyed on-site.
In the center of Granada, near shopping and popular sights
The hotel sits on cobbled Calle San Antón in a busy neighborhood in the city center, with bars and restaurants all around. Calle San Anton, which runs parallel to the hotel's street, is a major shopping thoroughfare with numerous boutiques. The hotel is a 25-minute walk from the historic Alhambra palace complex -- it's an uphill walk, which may prove too strenuous for some guests; taxi trips take about 15 minutes. The historic Islamic quarter, El Albaicín, is a 20-minute walk away. It's a 10-minute walk to both the Cathedral of Granada and the Royal Chapel.
Spacious, modern, and plush rooms -- though some are showing age
Rooms at Villa Oniria are individually decorated in a similar style to the rest of the hotel, with plush couches and chairs in earth tones, simple wood furnishings, and casually chic touches -- like polka-dot pillows and backlit bedside shelves. Almost all of the rooms are Double Superiors, which are air-conditioned and have flat-screen TVs with international channels, safes, minibars, and comfy mattresses. Each room has a small couch, roomy desk, and lots of natural light. Bathrooms are modern with geometric-patterned stone floors, shower/tub combos, and separate, stone shower stalls. Junior Suites are on the fourth floor, and have big private terraces with views of Albaycin and the Sierra Nevada mountains. The Villa Oniria Suite, on the first floor, has a terrace overlooking the garden, as well as a fireplace and double shower. Some rooms' carpeting and paint are showing wear and tear, while others -- mainly at the front of the building -- may get some street noise.
Gourmet restaurant with garden dining, coffee and wine bar, and spa with heated pool
The hotel serves a daily breakfast buffet for a fee, and La Fabula restaurant also serves gourmet Spanish cuisine for lunch and dinner, with garden seating in warmer weather. There's a cramped fitness center with cardio equipment, available for a fee. The spa offers massages and beauty treatments, including many different facials; it also has a small heated pool with an upstream effect, a sauna, and a hot tub. Los Toreros is the hotel's coffee and wine bar; it also serves cheese, soft drinks, and cocktails in a stylish space looking upon the gardens. The rooftop terrace is great for sunbathing during the day, and at night there's music. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel.
Balcony / Terrace / Patio
Beauty / Hair Salon
Meeting / Conference Rooms
Mini Bar (with liquor)
Poolside Drink Service
Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space
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