Hotel Casa 1800 Granada is a typical building of the 1600s situated in the neighborhood of Albaicin in the center of the city of Granada. This is a protected historical building with a preserved frontage and Renaissance-style frescos. The structure has an exclusive design, which gives a different character to all its rooms. The lodge, located at the foot of the Alhambra, has an extraordinary view of the beautiful fortress complex from some of the rooms and also from the common areas. They offer some awesome facilities — keeping details in mind, you will find Egyptian cotton linen to free toiletries, hydro-massage shower/bathtub and more, including all the modern amenities, to make your stay here a memorable one.
If you are planning a trip to Granada, Hostal Lima — a bed-and-breakfast joint — located near the train station is a lovely place to stay in. This is a magnificent old guesthouse, just a few minutes away from the Royal Chapel of Granada and other attractions of the city. The lodging has two separate buildings on the same street with old-world décor and luxury rooms that have all the modern amenities. The suites have some lovely paintings and other works of art and some added living space with beautiful antique fixtures. The inn also serves a very tasty and sumptuous breakfast.
Hotel Hospes Palacio de Los Patos is an old palace in the center of the city of Granada. This age-old palace has been renovated into a five-star hotel, keeping the previous design and structure to give you that old-world charm. The restaurant at the hotel serves some exquisite Spanish cuisines which are cooked with locally sourced ingredients. They also have a spa at the hotel, where you get services like beauty treatments. Besides this, they also have a dry sauna, a steam room and a thermal pool. They have facilities to host business meetings and conferences, too.
The Casa Morisca Hotel is one of the best accommodations you can find in Granada, located in Albaicin — a heritage site — in the center of the city. The building of this boutique hotel dates back to the 1400s, which has been carefully restored by a famous architect from Granada to give guests a unique ambience during their stay. The lodge provides you with excellent facilities, including free parking, buffet breakfast (at additional cost), and other modern amenities such as WiFi, air-conditioning and a lot more. Some of the rooms have wonderful view of the historical fortress of Alhambra. You can also book rooms online. The room rents vary over the seasons. Please visit their website to get updates.
AC Palacio De Santa Paula, Autograph Collection is set inside an archaic convent. The property has been refurbished to perfection, however nuances of the building's 16th-century charm have been kept intact. The hotel is set in the city center, but the interior of this place cuts back all the hustle and promises you a pleasant stay. There are more than 70 rooms at your disposal and they all have been carefully designed. Soothing hues, cozy upholstery and lavish baths are common across all rooms. In addition, AC Palacio De Santa Paula, Autograph Collection also offers facilities like sauna. Further more, there is a gym for fitness enthusiasts and a soak in their Turkish baths comes most recommended after a tiring day in the city.
This magnificent building was once a mosque and then a monastery before being converted into a four-star hotel. It's unique location allows guests to wander freely in the glorious Alhambra gardens, when the day-trippers have gone. The bedrooms are spacious and comfortable, if a little uninspired, and the large bathrooms are all attractively tiled. Thirty-two of the bedrooms have great views over the Generalife Gardens. The stone-flagged patios, corridors and stairways have carved, wooden saints that remind you, that this used to be a monastery, although nowadays there are bright rugs, lots of paintings and fine, antique furniture to cheer the place up a bit. Its The dining room serves good local fare and gets very busy, especially in summer when you can eat out on the terrace.
Hotel Anacapri is a typically Andalusian family hotel which is hidden up a side street in the bustling heart of the city. You'd walk right by it without knowing it was there. Yet it offers four floors of old-fashioned and understated elegance. It was refurbished in 1997 and now has excellent facilities for the disabled. The bedrooms are all decorated individually in a personal and homely way. You'll love relaxing in the cool 18th-century interior courtyard, during the torrid days of summer. The staff are multilingual and exceptionally friendly and efficient.
You wouldn't think you were in a chain hotel here. It has its own definite character, probably because it is housed in a 19th-century building that's been tastefully converted into a hotel, whilst retaining many original features. The attractive central courtyard and reception area strike you the minute you enter because everything - including the well-appointed bedrooms, is decorated in bright, cheerful colors. Take advantage of the central location to visit the Cathedral in the morning, the Arab quarter off Calle Elvira in the afternoon and tapas bars like Bodegas Castañeda, round the corner at night.
Oasis Backpackers' Hostel is a neat hostel in Granada that offers all the comfort to the fatigued travelers. Bed, kitchen and Internet for communication is all that you need for a modest stay. And this hostel offers more. Hot beverages and breakfast can be availed for free. There are tapas tours arranged and Spanish classes too, to soak in the Spanish culture. Special offers for longer stay is an add on. And when at Oasis Backpackers' Hostel, you will not pack your bags that soon. Visit their website or contact them to know more.
This hostel offers reasonably priced accommodation in clean, comfortable rooms close to the city's main historical sights. It is by no means luxurious, but being family-run it is friendly. You can get to the Alhambra from here on foot in five minutes. You have the attractive Plaza Nueva just opposite, with its terraces where you can sit outside to eat, drink and relax. Calle Elvira with its busy tapas bars and late-night clubs, is pretty close as well. The Austrian family who run the place speak English and German, and the staff are happy to give guests the benefit of their local knowledge.
If you're on a tight budget and can do without all the frills offered by modern chain hotels, this is your sort of place. What you get is a comfortable place to stay in an old apartment block at the foot of the Alhambra hill. It's spotlessly clean, exceptionally friendly, welcoming and inexpensive. The Austrian family who run the place have been here for years and they run a couple of other guesthouses round the corner if this is full. You'll meet an interesting cross-section of young international travellers and tourists staying here.
An old, historical building in the heart of Granada was renovated by the Hesperia Group and converted into Hesperia Granada – one of the most preferred overnight halts for tourists. With attractive shops and the famous Alhambra just a few kilometers away, this hotel is usually packed, so reservations are a must. All rooms are decorated with wooden furniture and have open balconies. El Melson, the hotel's restaurant, offers an array of international, as well as regional cuisine and the bar is a common meeting-point for old friends and business associates.