Pension San Joaquin - Granada37.1803, -3.60178
Pension San Joaquin offers a fine accommodation in Granada.
Pension San Joaquin lies in the vicinity of a monastery, a basilica and a church as well as Murallas del Albayzin, which is 1050 meters away.
Pension San Joaquin is set close to a monastery, a church and a cathedral as well as Alhambra and Generalife, which is 1300 meters away.
Pension San Joaquin is at a short distance from Granada train station.
Rooms at Pension San Joaquin offer such comforts as a safe and a work desk. Pension San Joaquin features rooms with the terrace view. They also comprise private bathrooms appointed with a tub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
Offering Spanish meals, Ayre Cafe & Mojitos is around 250 meters away.
The venue offers 24-hour front desk and housekeeping service.
On-site leisure facilities include a rooftop terrace, an outdoor swimming pool and a patio. On-site activities feature snow skiing and horse riding.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 40.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- Horseback riding
- Room service
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Ski pass vendor
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Outdoor swimming pool
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Spa centre
- Air conditioning
- Dressing area
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
Rooms and availability
2 Single beds2 Single beds, 2 Single beds or 1 Double bed, 1 Single bed
1 Single bed1 Single bed, 1 Double bed
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
Sleeping arrangements for 4 persons
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
- City landmarks
Friendly staff. Cute architecture. Quiet room. Relaxing atmosphere.
Wifi did not work in my room. Had to go to downstairs to the courtyard and it was very slow. Bathroom had musky smell after taking shower. Quite a walk from train station.
This hotel had lots of character. There are lovely courtyards and places to enjoy the sunshine. Our twin room was very spacious and comfortable.
Off a main street that has some shops and restaurants.
Bathroom had black mold growing all over the shower, room smelled of cigarettes and street is really loud and noisy. Groups of people hanging right outside our door and window all night till 5 in the morning yelling and talking, and smoking.
It was a very negative experience
The room was dirty,cramped,dowdy and not worth the money.
Great plce, really helpful staff.
The pension is located in a beautiful old building, just like the photos show. It is only 5 minutes walk from the main square. excellent location, also easy to reach from the bus terminal.
Walls are thin (everywhere in Spain)
helpfullness of staff and being able to leave our luggage in a locked place after sighning out of hotel saving us the hassle of having to have it with us all day
The main areas of the hotel are very pretty and well maintained, and the staff were friendly.
The room, however, was very basic indeed. Absolutely fine for a night in lovely Granada, but not for a longer stay. Rather noisy at night.
In really easy reach of all that we wanted from Granada, though the amount of graffiti around the area was depressing.
A generally rather scruffy air, but that was compensated for by the lovely attitude of the staff
Beautiful traditional courtyards, vibrant student area, walking distance to main sights of the town.
Air conditioning was barely able to cope, even though it was not high summer. Our room opened on to the street, so the alternative of opening the window meant there was a lot of noise. Next time we would insist on a room at the back!
It's very close to the main street, Gran Via, and walkable distance to Alhambra. Room is basic but well-kept, daily cleaned. The patio and the balcony of the hotel is really beautiful, with the traditional andalucian style.
Internet doesn't work at all for the 1st 2 day and 1 night I stayed. When the staff fixed it, you still can only access to the Internet in the patio but not in your room, which is extremely inconvenient; due to the type of tile they used for the floor, it is very slippy and can really be dangerous. I saw one lady and a boy fell down at the stairs on the 2nd floor and the lady got seriously injured, and I myself almost did the next day; the air condition, which is in the description of service in the hotel, it's kind of old-styled cooling system, not REAL air condition, in summer it is not hot, but not cool either, just bearable.
Imagine spending a night in a 17th century palace with beautiful patios full of plants and antique furniture, in a spacious, spotless room with private bathroom, air conditionning and a fridge, all of that for 15 euros per person ! It was a wonderful surprise. The owners are very friendly and it is located only five minutes walk from the cathedral. We'll definitely come back.
Lncredible decoration and feels like you live in old times of Spain. Lndoors of the hotel surrounded by ceramics of Andalucia. Rooms are old and the airconditioning is poor but for one night l don't care to stay.
Aircondiitioning was poor.
The personal was very kind. Staying in this hotel helps you get much better into the spirit of Granada and the cultural mixture this town maintains. If I ever go again to Granada I will certainly stay in the same hotel. It was very cosy.
The water was leaking from the pipes, which is conflicting with the hotel's request to the guests to save water. The air-conditioning is too noisy. The WiFi was not very good, can be improved.
The courtyard with the plants and places to sit. It had an elevator which really helped. Only one staff member who spoke some English, but he gave really good advice.
It was very hard to find. We wandered around for over an hour trying to find it. Old city area and a small street. Most locals didn't know where it was located.