Granada, the city of medieval architecture overlooking the Sierra Nevada mountains in the Andalusia region of southern Spain, is one of the favorite tourist destinations in the Mediterranean. Apart from the architectural marvels from the Moorish period like the Alhambra, hilltop fortress complex encompassing royal palaces, the city has everything one could wish for to spend a memorable holiday with family and friends. Granada is home to the finest hotels and resorts of all ranges to serve all types of travelers.
- Hospes Palacio de los Patos
Calle Solarillo de Gracia, 1, 18002 Granada, Spain
This renovated 19th-century mansion redefines luxury in Granada. Rated as the most stylish deluxe hotel of the city, this property creates the right mix of classical touch and modernity in its interiors and premises. You get an all-round package of royal comfort in well-designed rooms, beautiful gardens, and fine dining at this hotel. You are perfectly located to start the exploration of major tourist attractions.
- AC Palacio de Santa Paula Hotel, Granada
Calle Gran Vía de Colón, 31, 18001 Granada, Spain
This serene and calm property set within an old Hieronymite convent offers galactic luxury to its visitors. Home to the city’s best restaurants, this hotel is centrally located to make your sojourn memorable. Spacious rooms are well decorated to make your stay comfortable. You feel connected with your past as this hotel creates an amazing atmosphere of detachment.
- Parador de Granada
Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
This converted 14th-century Moorish palace is one of the most luxurious hotels in Granada. The historically-rich hotel, located near the famous Alhambra, offers you elegantly built rooms equipped with world-class modern amenities to make your stay memorable. The 14th-century tile-work is still intact in Sala Nazarí. You are perfectly located to explore the city with ease and enjoy the finest food at restaurants.
- Eurostars Washington Irving, Granada, Andalucia, Spain
Paseo del Generalife, 10, Granada City Centre, Spain
Renovated on the theme of the Alhambra, this 5-star property creates a perfect mix of history and modernity to offer the finest experience. Rooms are elegantly designed keeping the balance space and décor to make it comfortable. After sight-seeing you can relax in the deep-aqua rooftop pool and enjoy the mesmerizing view of the Alhambra. You have a steam room and gym to regain strength so that you could utilize every minute of your trip. The Granada Cathedral, Plaza Mayor Square, and Granada City Centre are just a few minute’s walks from the hotel.
- Hotel Villa Oniria, Granada, Spain
Calle Real de la Alhambra, s/n, 18009 Granada, Spain
If you are looking for something traditional yet stylish in Granada, then this renovated 19th-century impressive property is perfect for your calm and peaceful stay. Designer Pascua Ortega has maintained a perfect balance in keeping the originality with a blend of modern styling. You have all modern world facilities like swimming pool, sauna, and gym to relax and recharge.
- Hotel Casa 1800, Granada, Spain
Calle Rodrigo Caro, 6, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Situated city’s vibrant quarter of the lower Albayzin, just off the River Darro, this renovated erstwhile 19th-century police force headquarters offers a unique experience in the historical city. This typical Andalusian style property has spacious and well-furnished rooms. You are very close to the Alhambra, shopping center and other wide-range of restaurants.
- Hotel Casa 1800 Granada
Calle Benalua, 11, 18010 Granada, Spain
This restored 16th-century building in the central Granada retains the old world charm with the luxurious blend of modern facilities to offer awesome experiencing to guests. Rooms maintain the neutral décor with exposed bricks and stylish furniture to offer maximum comfort. Hotel Casa 1800 Granada is just a few minutes’ walk from the Alhambra. You can relax at the hotel and explore nearby attractions like Granada Cathedral, Arabic Baths, and Albaicin.
- Room Mate Leo
Mesones, 15, Granada City Centre, 18001 Granada, Spain
Located in the city’s main shopping area, this traditional building with ultra-luxe modern interiors is known for its hospitality. Decorated in white, black, and gold tones, hotel rooms have a minibar, plush bathrooms and of course coziest beds to relax. You are just a 10-minute walk away from the beautiful Albaicin district and the Cathedral. There are several renowned restaurants and bars in the nearby Bib-Ramble square and Navas Street to enjoy delicious exotic cuisines.
- Gar Anat Hotel Boutique
Placeta de los Peregrinos, 1, Granada City Centre, 18009 Granada, Spain
This 17th century renovated property in the Granada City Centre is known for its highly personalized services. Elegantly restored Gar-Anat Hotel keeps the original architectural features with a blend of modernist décor. Spacious and bright rooms are uniquely designed to offer majestic comfort. It is ideally placed to help tourists explore major tourist attractions. You can enjoy Flamenco shows and the delicious cuisines in nearby restaurants.
- Shine Albayzín
Carrera del Darro, 25, Albaicin, 18010 Granada, Spain
Located on the Carrera del Darro, this 16th century restored design boutique hotel offers a great mix of Mediaeval history, Granadan culture, and European modernity. Rooms with terrace offer an amazing view of Alhambra and the River Darro and plush beds to relax. The front desk is well equipped to arrange tickets for Flamenco shows, Turkish baths, and other activities.
Top Attractions of Granada
- Granada Cathedral
- Royal Chapel
- The Bañuelo
- Corral del Carbón
- Granada Charterhouse
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