Ratings based on 229 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 out of 5
97% of guests recommend
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.7 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller from US

Posted 24-Nov-2016
Nice boutique hotel. Excellent location and accommodating staff. Rooms could be a little noisy given that the hotel is collocated with the restaurant.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller from US

Celebrated our 10 year anniversary there.

Posted 19-Nov-2016
Pros: The ambiance, room and overall feel about this hotel is amazing. If you're looking for a perfect place for a romantic getaway this is it.
Location: It's within walking distances to restaurants and shops. Once parked at the hotel we didn't need to get into our car until we left.
We were looking for a charming and romantic place to celebrate our 10 year anniversary. Granada Hotel and Bistro was perfect! There are a limited number of rooms so you don't get that chain hotel feel. From the moment we walked in we were met at the front desk with a warm greeting and a glass of wine. After our check in we were escorted to our room and given a tour of room as well as the upstairs balcony where we would later get coffee and tea. The bed was large and comfortable. The brick walls and fireplace made for a cozy and romantic room. Everything about our stay was amazing. We're' looking forward to going back!
5out of 5
by A verified traveller from new mexico

Super cute

Posted 11-Oct-2016
Pros: Unique
Location: Central downtown; close to restaurants and shopping
Charming small hotel; great staff; love rose wine given at checkin; distinctive touches throughout
2out of 5
by A verified traveller from SAN FRANCICO

If you want to stay in a closet, this is the place

Posted 17-Sep-2016
$329 a night for a room where a full bed is again the wall & when reservation said "classic room with queen size bed". The room was as big as a walking closet. U can't get out of one side of the bed if u r 2. Complain the next morning at front desk. They didn't care as I booked via a third party. This hotel is a total rip off.
5out of 5
by A verified traveller from Boston

Posted 02-Sep-2016 on Hotels
Very cute town, Close to wine country.
4out of 5
by A verified traveller

Comfortable hotel

Posted 02-Sep-2016
Pros: Atmosphere
Cons: More storage space, better plumbing
Location: Location was perfect
Was a nice hotel to walk into, room was small, didnt have much space to put all our luggage. Bed was comfortable but overall the hotel is very noisy
5out of 5
by Martha

This traveller left a rating score only Posted 31-Aug-2016 on Hotels
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Great boutique hotel in the center of town

Posted 24-Aug-2016
We had a short trip to SLO earlier this month and were looking for a hotel that would place us in the middle of town since this was our first time staying but also with nice amenities. GHB had both--it is walking distance from all of the shopping and restaurants, but also has a unique, boutique feel, similar to a high end B&B. The staff was exceptional. Eva, the manager, was extremely helpful in making sure our stay was seamless. I would definitely recommend GHB!
5out of 5
by A verified traveller

Quaint hotel, Pleasant Stay

Posted 22-Aug-2016
Pros: Nice location, great staff, complementary wine upon arrival and coffee in the morning, guest lounge
Cons: Room was a little small.
We had a great time staying at this hotel and it was a perfect place to stop for a night on our trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles. We arrived at the hotel late after a long day of driving, and were greeted with a very friendly staff member and a complementary glass of their house rose wine. The staff member then helped us take our bags to our room and showed us the lounge area for hotel guests. It is located on the second floor, and you can place an order down to the restaurant below and they will bring the order up to you and just bill your room. It was a nice little area to sit and relax, and there was a chess table and some other games in there you could play, as well as an outdoor seating area. The room itself had everything we needed but was very small, and while it was perfect for us to crash in for one night it may have been difficult to stay there for an extended period of time. The next morning they had complementary coffee and tea, and had a breakfast menu you could order from. We chose to have breakfast elsewhere in the city, but I did take advantage of the free coffee and sat for a bit in the lounge area. I would definitely recommend staying here if you need a stopping point on a west coast drive.
3out of 5
by Roshani from Austin, TX

Historic Granada Hotel

Posted 11-Aug-2016 on Hotels
Beautiful hotel. Dark and musty in the main areas. Our room was beautiful, but totally overpriced and very small. We weren't expecting a fully exposed bathroom in our room. Thankfully the toilet was in a water closet. There was only one small chair in the room and the side tables were tiny as well which made making ourselves comfortable difficult. The bed was very comfy. The closet was a glass display cabinet, so hanging up stuff wasn't an option. No dresser. Our room was upstairs over the kitchen area and near the stairs off the parking lot. It was noisy into the night and again very early in the morning. Limited privacy as we could hear our neighbors. Coffee service in the morning was nicely done in a common area. The upstairs patio was dressed for breakfast and the menu looked great. Presentation excellent. I just couldn't get over the smell in the main dining area, so we skipped breakfast. It's a great place for a romantic getaway that doesn't require too much privacy. I would have been more pleased with the stay if I didn't feel it was so overpriced.