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Hotel Plaza Nueva. View Hotel. One of the best areas to stay in Granada is undoubtedly the historic city center. When I lived in Granada (back in !) I considered the center to. Where to Stay in Granada, Spain ( • COOLEST Areas!) JUMP TO: In a Hurry​? | Best Accommodation | Neighborhood Guide | First Time in.

El Realejo : The former Jewish quarter, El Realejo is now filled with cool bars and tapas spots, mostly centered around Campo Principe. If you like peace and quiet, Bola de Oro might be the best location to stay in Granada. La Chana and La Cartuja : Located close to the University, these two neighbourhoods have a student vibe: think cheap and cheerful!

Planning on Visiting the Alhambra? I had found my heaven on earth. Where to Stay in Granada? Room Mate Leo 9. Khu Hotel 8. Autograph Collection 8. Hospes Palacio de los Patos 8. NH Collection 9. It was built on an enormous slope facing The Alhambra and contains countless winding, maze-like passageways. Despite falling to the Christians in the late fifteenth century, El Albaicin still smacks of the Moorish era. Many of the aljibes Moorish wells and evidence of the ancient irrigation system can be found in the cobbled streets.

On a sunny day, of which there are many, The Alhambra is a sight to behold from El Albaicin. Palacio de Mariana Pineda 8. Hotel Casa Granada 9. Santa Isabel La Real 9. If the Granada is one of those once-in-a-lifetime destinations for you, then perhaps once-in-a-lifetime accommodations are in order?

The Alhambra has one luxury hotel within the its grounds, and a few just outside to choose from. Parador de Granada 8. Alhambra Palace 8. Eurostars Washington Irving 9. Now check your email for the link to your Alhambra tips map! There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. Email Address. This guide can be printed out so you can take it with you and learn as you go!

El Realejo is steeped in history too. The neighbourhood used to be the Jewish quarter of Granada under Moorish rule — from the 8 th century right through to the 15 th century, when the Moors finally surrendered to the Christians.

Granada was the last stronghold of The Moors and its recapture by the Spanish monarch meant the unification of Spain for the first time in over years. Recently the first Jewish museum opened in El Realejo, offering for the first time a real insight into how the Jews lived here. Besides this there are many small art galleries hiding down side streets and alleyways. You can easily lose an afternoon exploring here.

The nightlife in El Realejo is legendary. There are countless bars which stay open until late. This place not only serves up locally brewed IPA beer and Italian-Spanish-English infused tapas, but is hopping on a Friday night and even does intercambios on a Monday.

Gar Anat 9. Marquis Urban 8. Apartment Options 9. Options for Staying Further Out… Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore. However, if you are liable to stumble home drunk in the early hours now and again then you may end up stumbling for a rather long time. Walking at normal pace, however, takes about 20 minutes from the centre. El Albaicin is the best neighborhood in Granada for travelers who would like the most authentic Granada experience possible.

El Realejo has got the lot: culture, history, nightlife and fantastic restaurants. If you want convenience, then El Centro is likely the best place to stay in Granada. One last note — Granada is a very safe city. Have a great time in Granada! Popular Granada Tours. Hammam Arabian Bath Experience 4. Flamenco Show Experience in Albaycin 4. More City Guides. We get emails almost every day from readers, especially when it comes to Granada and its most famous attraction, the Alhambra.

Did You Know? Rooms in the palace retain some historical features such as murals and mosaic floors. When you're not out sightseeing, you can linger in the lovely garden; enjoy a gourmet meal at the fine-dining restaurant; or relax in the luxury spa, which offers a heated pool, Turkish bath, and dry sauna. If the Alhambra is the focus of your visit, the elegant Parador de Granada , in a former 15th-century convent, is right on the grounds, and drips with history.

Chandeliers grace the common areas, and many of the rooms offer lovely garden views. Parking is free. From here, you can also walk 10 minutes downhill to visit the charming UNESCO-listed old town — and take a taxi or bus back up if you're not up for the return hike.

Steps from the Alhambra entrance, Eurostars Washington Irving is a more modern option near the palace, with good-value rates. Its spacious rooms are comfy and contemporary in style, with rainfall showers and tea and coffee-making facilities, and the suites come with separate living rooms. In the warmer months, you can take a dip in the rooftop pool and soak up the sunshine on the surrounding lounges.

This charming Granada neighborhood is a wonderful area to explore on foot, with plenty of restaurants right nearby, but if you want to explore farther afield, a public bus also stops outside the front door. The simply-furnished Spanish-colonial rooms are arranged around a central courtyard and feature comfy beds and relatively large bathrooms. Before you embark on your busy day of sightseeing, you can fill up on a hearty free breakfast, with eggs cooked to order.

In the city's shopping district , about a six-minute walk from Plaza Nueva, NH Collection Granada Victoria is an excellent contemporary choice within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions. The well-appointed rooms are large and comfortable, with espresso coffee makers and rainfall showers.

Suites come with separate sitting areas. For an extra fee, you can fill up on a hot buffet breakfast, which is best purchased when you book your room. If you're driving, you can park in the lot underneath the hotel, but ask for directions to the entrance, accessed around the back of the hotel down a narrow lane. It's one of the only hotels in the old town with car access and free parking, and lies about a minute walk from the Alhambra palace complex.

Petite and homey, Hotel Casa Morisca's Moorish-style rooms all have a charming, rustic feel, with features like coffered ceilings and oriental rugs. Most offer Alhambra views, and some have balconies, while others face inward to the interior courtyard.

Before you head out to explore the sights, you can enjoy a breakfast buffet in the barrel-vaulted dining room, with eggs cooked to order upon request. The bright modern rooms come with comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Breakfast is available for an extra fee, as is on-site parking. Plenty of shops and restaurants are just outside the front door, and you can walk to the Alhambra from here in about 10 to 15 minutes.

A little farther from the tourist attractions in the city center but offering excellent value, the family-run Hotel Albero makes you feel right at home. A bus stops right outside the hotel, taking you into the city in about 10 to 15 minutes, and the friendly staff members are happy to share travel tips.

Rooms are clean and simple, with comfortable beds, marble floors, and wood furnishings. The hotel serves a continental breakfast, and on-site parking is also possible at reasonable rates if you can't find free parking on the nearby streets. Opened in , the bright, modern Catalonia Granada offers excellent value for families and plenty of facilities to keep parents and kids happy.

The hotel lies in the center of Granada's shopping district , but you can walk to the old town in about 20 minutes or catch a taxi or bus.

The rooftop pool is a lovely spot to burn off steam, and parents can stay healthy at the spa, indoor pool, and fitness center. Triple rooms have three beds for one-child families, and some of the superior rooms are interconnected to accommodate larger families.

Request one with a tub rather than a shower if needed. The buffet breakfast and snack bar offer plenty of choices for fussy eaters. At Suites Gran Via 44 , an elegant 19th-century building conceals colorful, contemporary suites with plenty of space for families.

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Hotel Plaza Nueva. View Hotel. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de. Granada is the place to come if you want to see what remains of the Moorish occupation of the Iberian peninsula. This city, capital of Granada.

Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This post contains affiliate links. Learn more. El Centro : The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. El Albaicin : The Albaicin is the oldest and most iconic part of Granada: think narrow, car-free alleyways winding their way up a steep slope to the Alhambra, and a strong Moorish influence.

This is definitely the best part of Granada to stay in if you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience! El Realejo : The former Jewish quarter, El Realejo is now filled with cool bars and tapas spots, mostly centered around Campo Principe. If you like peace and quiet, Bola de Oro might be the best location to stay in Granada.

La Chana and La Cartuja : Located close to the University, these two neighbourhoods have a student vibe: think cheap and cheerful! Planning on Visiting the Alhambra? I had found my heaven on earth. Where to Stay in Granada? Room Mate Leo 9. Khu Hotel 8. Autograph Collection 8. Hospes Palacio de los Patos 8. NH Collection 9. It was built on an enormous slope facing The Alhambra and contains countless winding, maze-like passageways. Despite falling to the Christians in the late fifteenth century, El Albaicin still smacks of the Moorish era.

Many of the aljibes Moorish wells and evidence of the ancient irrigation system can be found in the cobbled streets. On a sunny day, of which there are many, The Alhambra is a sight to behold from El Albaicin. Palacio de Mariana Pineda 8. Hotel Casa Granada 9. Santa Isabel La Real 9. If the Granada is one of those once-in-a-lifetime destinations for you, then perhaps once-in-a-lifetime accommodations are in order?

The Alhambra has one luxury hotel within the its grounds, and a few just outside to choose from. Parador de Granada 8. Alhambra Palace 8. Eurostars Washington Irving 9. Now check your email for the link to your Alhambra tips map!

There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. Email Address. This guide can be printed out so you can take it with you and learn as you go! El Realejo is steeped in history too.

The neighbourhood used to be the Jewish quarter of Granada under Moorish rule — from the 8 th century right through to the 15 th century, when the Moors finally surrendered to the Christians. Granada was the last stronghold of The Moors and its recapture by the Spanish monarch meant the unification of Spain for the first time in over years.

Recently the first Jewish museum opened in El Realejo, offering for the first time a real insight into how the Jews lived here. Besides this there are many small art galleries hiding down side streets and alleyways.

You can easily lose an afternoon exploring here. The nightlife in El Realejo is legendary. There are countless bars which stay open until late. This place not only serves up locally brewed IPA beer and Italian-Spanish-English infused tapas, but is hopping on a Friday night and even does intercambios on a Monday. Gar Anat 9. Marquis Urban 8. Apartment Options 9. Options for Staying Further Out… Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore.

However, if you are liable to stumble home drunk in the early hours now and again then you may end up stumbling for a rather long time.

Walking at normal pace, however, takes about 20 minutes from the centre. El Albaicin is the best neighborhood in Granada for travelers who would like the most authentic Granada experience possible.

El Realejo has got the lot: culture, history, nightlife and fantastic restaurants. If you want convenience, then El Centro is likely the best place to stay in Granada.

One last note — Granada is a very safe city. The rooms here are simply stylish in a modern way. Colorful details and a cool, contemporary finish with clean lines and a sense of minimalism make the rooms at this hotel feel relaxed, and design led. You could even upgrade to a suite for more room; families would get the benefit of their very own private playground area for the kids!

Location-wise, this is a great option; staying here means being a short walk away from the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, plus there is a whole host of tapas bars to choose from in the surrounding area.

This hotel is truly stylish. The rooms are modern but with a decidedly retro-meets-contemporary vibe, feeling polished and sophisticated. It also boasts a bar and a restaurant. Granada train station is very close, and the magnificent Basilica of San Juan de Dios is within easy walking distance. Virtually next door to the Alhambra, Hotel Alixares is the wallet-friendly option for those wishing to stay near this incredible landmark of Granada.

The rooms at this hotel are simple but clean if a little bit retro. The rooms here reflect the historic sights of both the Alhambra and Generalife palaces — just a 10 minute walk away; the rooms are laid back and decked out with Moorish details. The luxurious vibe at this hotel continues at the formal restaurant and bar, which spills out onto a terrace. By posting a comment, you agree to our comment policy. Your email address will not be published.

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Annoyingly, neither the bus station nor the airport are close to the city centre. The bus station is in La Chana, toward the west end of town. However, you can also take a local bus by catching the N4 from the bus station and then switching to the LAC. The airport is about half an hour outside Granada. The inner city transportation system is actually rather efficient.

Thanks to a recent overhaul, the various Granada neighbourhoods are now well linked together by fast, hybrid buses — the busiest and most frequent of which is the LAC.

There is even a metro system due to arrive any week now, though admittedly the Granada ayuntamiento city council has been saying that for about 8 years! But back to the question of where to stay in Granada. The most popular barrios to stay in are el centro, el albaicin and el realejo. By staying in Granada centre your experience will be very touristic; convenient but expensive, vibrant but less authentic. Some say it includes the whole of Camino de Ronda and Camino Arabial — two of the longest and busiest thoroughfares in downtown Granada — while others will argue that this area is its own barrio.

Clean and comfortable, this looks a great spot to hang your hat for a few nights in between tapas eating! Hospes Palacio de los Patos — If staying in a luxuriously converted 19th-century palace sounds good, this is the property for you.

The conversion looks beautiful, with white marble staircases blending with contemporary, minimalistic design touches.

Beautiful building, lovely gardens, and great massages after a day of exploring! Only some rooms have lift-access, something to consider if you have a lot of luggage! Fantastic reviews all around.

Gets great reviews for location, views and friendly staff! Again, this property gets fantastic reviews. The terrace bar also has spectacular views, and multiple past guests indicate its worth paying extra for a room with city views! A relatively new property with an outdoor pool, sun terrace, it offers spacious rooms decorated in subdued contemporary colors and furnishings.

Past guests rate its location, comfort and value highly. Excellent mid-range choice with a design focus. On-site cocktail bar, interior courtyard, roof terrace with views , this place is hip, modern, clean and comfortable. Also there is a shared rooftop terrace. Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore.

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This post contains affiliate links. Learn more. El Centro : The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. El Albaicin : The Albaicin is the oldest and most iconic part of Granada: think narrow, car-free alleyways winding their way up a steep slope to the Alhambra, and a strong Moorish influence. This is definitely the best part of Granada to stay in if you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

El Realejo : The former Jewish quarter, El Realejo is now filled with cool bars and tapas spots, mostly centered around Campo Principe. If you like peace and quiet, Bola de Oro might be the best location to stay in Granada. La Chana and La Cartuja : Located close to the University, these two neighbourhoods have a student vibe: think cheap and cheerful! Planning on Visiting the Alhambra? I had found my heaven on earth. Where to Stay in Granada?

Room Mate Leo 9. Khu Hotel 8. Autograph Collection 8. Hospes Palacio de los Patos 8. NH Collection 9. It was built on an enormous slope facing The Alhambra and contains countless winding, maze-like passageways. Despite falling to the Christians in the late fifteenth century, El Albaicin still smacks of the Moorish era.

Many of the aljibes Moorish wells and evidence of the ancient irrigation system can be found in the cobbled streets. On a sunny day, of which there are many, The Alhambra is a sight to behold from El Albaicin. Palacio de Mariana Pineda 8. Hotel Casa Granada 9. Santa Isabel La Real 9. I think anywhere within easy walk of the Cathedral area is ok. The mini bus C-1 is popular to take you up to Albaicin to save the walk.

Map on here. That Albaicin is an uber charmer- gorgeous, white washed structures, pink flowers, movie stuff. I would crawl if I had to :. We had the same issue and chose the Centro area which was very convenient but decided for next time we would want to be closer to Plaza Nueva , as someone else mentioned. That area still has easy road access and close to transportation, in addition to lots of charming restaurants and cafes.

Downtown Granada is Calle Reyes Catolicos. Use Booking. Thanks everyone. I have decided on Roommate Leo. I saw that it was recommended above and in a central location. Also, Roommate Alicia in Madrid is one of my favorite hotels, so I know that it is a good sign. Glad to hear it!

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See all. Skip the line. Re: Best area to stay in? Destination Expert for Granada. Anna G. Ask a question. Alhambra palace tickets May 23, Disabled May 21, Please suggest how we do a day trip to Alhambra May 19, Alhambra schedule with kids and parents! See All Granada Conversations.

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El Centro: The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. You'll be able to walk absolutely. Where to Stay in Granada, Spain ( • COOLEST Areas!) JUMP TO: In a Hurry​? | Best Accommodation | Neighborhood Guide | First Time in. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de.

Eurostars Washington Irving 9. Now check your email for the link to your Alhambra tips map! There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. Email Address. This guide can be printed out so you can take it with you and learn as you go!

El Realejo is steeped in history too. The neighbourhood used to be the Jewish quarter of Granada under Moorish rule — from the 8 th century right through to the 15 th century, when the Moors finally surrendered to the Christians. Granada was the last stronghold of The Moors and its recapture by the Spanish monarch meant the unification of Spain for the first time in over years. Recently the first Jewish museum opened in El Realejo, offering for the first time a real insight into how the Jews lived here.

Besides this there are many small art galleries hiding down side streets and alleyways. You can easily lose an afternoon exploring here. The nightlife in El Realejo is legendary. There are countless bars which stay open until late. This place not only serves up locally brewed IPA beer and Italian-Spanish-English infused tapas, but is hopping on a Friday night and even does intercambios on a Monday. Gar Anat 9. Marquis Urban 8.

Apartment Options 9. Options for Staying Further Out… Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore. However, if you are liable to stumble home drunk in the early hours now and again then you may end up stumbling for a rather long time. Walking at normal pace, however, takes about 20 minutes from the centre.

El Albaicin is the best neighborhood in Granada for travelers who would like the most authentic Granada experience possible. El Realejo has got the lot: culture, history, nightlife and fantastic restaurants. If you want convenience, then El Centro is likely the best place to stay in Granada. One last note — Granada is a very safe city.

Have a great time in Granada! Popular Granada Tours. Hammam Arabian Bath Experience 4. Flamenco Show Experience in Albaycin 4. More City Guides.

We get emails almost every day from readers, especially when it comes to Granada and its most famous attraction, the Alhambra. Did You Know? Hotel referrals are a primary source of income for this website. By making your hotel bookings using the links in this website, you support our continued efforts to bring you the best travel information.

Like this Guide? Pin it for later! But there are many differences when it comes to the location and vibe of the area. And since Granada is a small city, booking in advance is highly recommended especially in the high season for tourism- March to October. One of the best areas to stay in Granada is undoubtedly the historic city center.

When I lived in Granada back in ! I considered the center to be everything from the Plaza Nueva down to Camino de Ronda. It can be pricey but worth it! For location, try the NH Victoria , which is as central as a hotel in Granada can be. I stayed here with my parents once, and while slightly noisy at night, the location more than made up for it. Where to Eat : Calle Navas is full of touristy restaurants and Spanish students, but Bar Los Diamantes is well worth the detour for their incredible fried fish and seafood tapas free!

One of my favorites is Carmen Verde Luna , which has not only awesome views but also great local cuisine. Read more: Tips for visiting the Alhambra and top 10 things to see in Granada. Nestled in between the busy city center and the Alhambra, this historic district is filled with some of the best and most authentic Granada tapas bars , and has a great street art scene too!

From luxury hotels to budget options , this is one of the best areas for its prime location and great nightlife. Top Wine Bars in Granada. I highly recommend you take the time to wander around, ignore the touristy shops and restaurants, and make your way up to the beautiful Sacromonte Abbey — well worth the hike.

There are a few that have been made into nice guest houses, though I personally would stay closer to the center. If you must, they say Cuevas el Abanico is the place to stay! Opinions on the best areas or hidden gems to grab some tapas? Leave a comment below! As I was reading your blog, It almost felt like I am visiting Granada in real. I must appreciate the photographer for such real-life images. Also, your writing skills are beautiful.

Will be visiting Granada soon!! And bookmarking this blog right away. The guest rooms at Vincci Albayzin are high-end and stylish affairs, with a neutral color palette and Moorish design details. In terms of sights, both the Royal Chapel of Granada and Granada Cathedral are within easy walking distance. Even the famed Alhambra is only a minute stroll away! The hotel itself is a 3-star option, boasting a cafe on the top floor complete with city views, of course and a lobby lounge to relax in.

The rooms — or suites — at this place are cool. A palette of grey fabrics, whitewashed walls, and light wood make Smart Suites Albaicin feel design oriented and stylish. These funky apartments come with living rooms, flatscreen TVs, and even washer-dryers for extra convenience — a hip solution to self-catering apartments. Not only are the incredible Alhambra and Generalife palaces within walking distance, but so is the 19th century Botanical Garden of the University of Granada, Granada Cathedral, and other storied sights of the city.

Getting around from this hotel is pretty simple. Plus there are things nearby that make staying here worth it, like the Palacio de Congresos de Granada — which holds numerous conferences — plus the interactive exhibits and observation tower of Granada Science Park. The hotel itself is equipped with a cool roof terrace which boasts a plunge pool, a BBQ bar and restaurant, and a hot tub.

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From the Albaicín, you can hike up to the Alhambra, one of Granada's top tourist attractions. If your main focus is visiting this magnificent hilltop. Granada is the place to come if you want to see what remains of the Moorish occupation of the Iberian peninsula. This city, capital of Granada. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de.

Granada is the place to come if you want to see what remains of the Moorish occupation of the Iberian peninsula. This city, capital of Granada province located in the region of Andalusia, saw the fall of the Moors in , following over seven centuries of Muslim rule in Spain. Two grand palaces — the Alhambra and the Generalife — are relics of the Moors in Granada. Here are some of the best places to stay in Granada. This 4-star hotel is a definitive upscale offering.

The guest rooms at Vincci Albayzin are high-end and stylish affairs, with a neutral color palette and Moorish design details. In terms of sights, both the Royal Chapel of Granada and Granada Cathedral are within easy walking distance.

Even the famed Alhambra is only a minute stroll away! The hotel itself is a 3-star option, boasting a cafe on the top floor complete with city views, of course and a lobby lounge to relax in.

The rooms — or suites — at this place are cool. A palette of grey fabrics, whitewashed walls, and light wood make Smart Suites Albaicin feel design oriented and stylish.

These funky apartments come with living rooms, flatscreen TVs, and even washer-dryers for extra convenience — a hip solution to self-catering apartments. Not only are the incredible Alhambra and Generalife palaces within walking distance, but so is the 19th century Botanical Garden of the University of Granada, Granada Cathedral, and other storied sights of the city.

Getting around from this hotel is pretty simple. Plus there are things nearby that make staying here worth it, like the Palacio de Congresos de Granada — which holds numerous conferences — plus the interactive exhibits and observation tower of Granada Science Park. The hotel itself is equipped with a cool roof terrace which boasts a plunge pool, a BBQ bar and restaurant, and a hot tub. Steps from the Alhambra entrance, Eurostars Washington Irving is a more modern option near the palace, with good-value rates.

Its spacious rooms are comfy and contemporary in style, with rainfall showers and tea and coffee-making facilities, and the suites come with separate living rooms. In the warmer months, you can take a dip in the rooftop pool and soak up the sunshine on the surrounding lounges. This charming Granada neighborhood is a wonderful area to explore on foot, with plenty of restaurants right nearby, but if you want to explore farther afield, a public bus also stops outside the front door.

The simply-furnished Spanish-colonial rooms are arranged around a central courtyard and feature comfy beds and relatively large bathrooms. Before you embark on your busy day of sightseeing, you can fill up on a hearty free breakfast, with eggs cooked to order.

In the city's shopping district , about a six-minute walk from Plaza Nueva, NH Collection Granada Victoria is an excellent contemporary choice within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions.

The well-appointed rooms are large and comfortable, with espresso coffee makers and rainfall showers. Suites come with separate sitting areas. For an extra fee, you can fill up on a hot buffet breakfast, which is best purchased when you book your room.

If you're driving, you can park in the lot underneath the hotel, but ask for directions to the entrance, accessed around the back of the hotel down a narrow lane.

It's one of the only hotels in the old town with car access and free parking, and lies about a minute walk from the Alhambra palace complex. Petite and homey, Hotel Casa Morisca's Moorish-style rooms all have a charming, rustic feel, with features like coffered ceilings and oriental rugs. Most offer Alhambra views, and some have balconies, while others face inward to the interior courtyard.

Before you head out to explore the sights, you can enjoy a breakfast buffet in the barrel-vaulted dining room, with eggs cooked to order upon request. The bright modern rooms come with comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Breakfast is available for an extra fee, as is on-site parking. Plenty of shops and restaurants are just outside the front door, and you can walk to the Alhambra from here in about 10 to 15 minutes.

A little farther from the tourist attractions in the city center but offering excellent value, the family-run Hotel Albero makes you feel right at home. A bus stops right outside the hotel, taking you into the city in about 10 to 15 minutes, and the friendly staff members are happy to share travel tips. Rooms are clean and simple, with comfortable beds, marble floors, and wood furnishings. The hotel serves a continental breakfast, and on-site parking is also possible at reasonable rates if you can't find free parking on the nearby streets.

Opened in , the bright, modern Catalonia Granada offers excellent value for families and plenty of facilities to keep parents and kids happy. The hotel lies in the center of Granada's shopping district , but you can walk to the old town in about 20 minutes or catch a taxi or bus.

The rooftop pool is a lovely spot to burn off steam, and parents can stay healthy at the spa, indoor pool, and fitness center. Triple rooms have three beds for one-child families, and some of the superior rooms are interconnected to accommodate larger families. Request one with a tub rather than a shower if needed.

The buffet breakfast and snack bar offer plenty of choices for fussy eaters. At Suites Gran Via 44 , an elegant 19th-century building conceals colorful, contemporary suites with plenty of space for families. This good-value boutique hotel is located on a bustling street in the center of Granada just steps from the cathedral and within walking distance of other major attractions. The one- and two-bedroom suites include separate living rooms and bedrooms with comfy beds.

Well-equipped kitchenettes allow easy meal preparation for the family, but if you prefer, the hotel staff will also bring breakfast directly to your suite. When you're not out exploring the city, you can use the computer in the downstairs TV room or relax in the leafy central atrium. Couples can snuggle up in style at the chic Gar-Anat Hotel Boutique in a beautiful 17th-century restored palace in the Realejo , the old Jewish quarter, near all the main attractions.

Each room is individually decorated, with features like fresh flowers, whimsical murals, and super comfy beds.

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Hotel Plaza Nueva. View Hotel. Are you wondering where to stay in Granada? The best areas to stay in Granada are Centro, Albaicín, Sacromonte, Beiro, and Ronda. El Centro: The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. You'll be able to walk absolutely.

Level Contributor. Report inappropriate content. Related: What are the most popular tours in Granada? See all. Skip the line. Re: Best area to stay in? Destination Expert for Granada. Anna G. Ask a question. Alhambra palace tickets May 23, Disabled May 21, Please suggest how we do a day trip to Alhambra May 19, Alhambra schedule with kids and parents! See All Granada Conversations. View Hotel. Hotel Plaza Nueva.

Hotel Granada Center. Granada Centro Hotel. Palacio de Santa Ines. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de Granada. NH Collection Granada Victoria. Alhambra Palace Hotel. View all hotels. Top questions about Granada. Where are the tourism offices in Granada? Will be visiting Granada soon!! And bookmarking this blog right away. Thanks, dear. I would like your advice on the best district to look for accommodation.

However I wonder would it be best for us to stay closer to the city center? I would be very grateful for any advice you could give me please.

The albaicin is gorgeous but quite hilly and with slippery cobblestone that you have to watch out for after a few glasses of wine and tapas! Enjoy your trip. Of course! Thank you for all of your well written and thoughtful articles! We will be in Granada for two days and one night at the end of June. Thanks for reading — not at all! There are also frequent buses from the center to that area.

Taking my last 2 kids to the land of our ancestors… my husband and I have been there several times for short visits with our other kids.

The last time , but you know how everything changes, just one night in Granada this time , super useful your blog!!! Hi Lauren we 4 adults are travelling on 12 th to 17 th feb to spain. How long would we need in each area and any tips etc Love reading your page. Go by train or bus and definitely book the Alhambra well in advance! The rest you can just walk around, Enjoy! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Where to stay in Seville? It's a common question I hear, given I lived in Seville for many years and travel there frequently for work! I've stayed in some of Seville's most luxurious hotels, and also some of its best budget gems. The well-appointed rooms are large and comfortable, with espresso coffee makers and rainfall showers.

Suites come with separate sitting areas. For an extra fee, you can fill up on a hot buffet breakfast, which is best purchased when you book your room. If you're driving, you can park in the lot underneath the hotel, but ask for directions to the entrance, accessed around the back of the hotel down a narrow lane. It's one of the only hotels in the old town with car access and free parking, and lies about a minute walk from the Alhambra palace complex.

Petite and homey, Hotel Casa Morisca's Moorish-style rooms all have a charming, rustic feel, with features like coffered ceilings and oriental rugs.

Most offer Alhambra views, and some have balconies, while others face inward to the interior courtyard.

Before you head out to explore the sights, you can enjoy a breakfast buffet in the barrel-vaulted dining room, with eggs cooked to order upon request. The bright modern rooms come with comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee-making facilities.

Breakfast is available for an extra fee, as is on-site parking. Plenty of shops and restaurants are just outside the front door, and you can walk to the Alhambra from here in about 10 to 15 minutes. A little farther from the tourist attractions in the city center but offering excellent value, the family-run Hotel Albero makes you feel right at home. A bus stops right outside the hotel, taking you into the city in about 10 to 15 minutes, and the friendly staff members are happy to share travel tips.

Rooms are clean and simple, with comfortable beds, marble floors, and wood furnishings. The hotel serves a continental breakfast, and on-site parking is also possible at reasonable rates if you can't find free parking on the nearby streets. Opened in , the bright, modern Catalonia Granada offers excellent value for families and plenty of facilities to keep parents and kids happy.

The hotel lies in the center of Granada's shopping district , but you can walk to the old town in about 20 minutes or catch a taxi or bus. The rooftop pool is a lovely spot to burn off steam, and parents can stay healthy at the spa, indoor pool, and fitness center. Triple rooms have three beds for one-child families, and some of the superior rooms are interconnected to accommodate larger families. Request one with a tub rather than a shower if needed. The buffet breakfast and snack bar offer plenty of choices for fussy eaters.

At Suites Gran Via 44 , an elegant 19th-century building conceals colorful, contemporary suites with plenty of space for families.

This good-value boutique hotel is located on a bustling street in the center of Granada just steps from the cathedral and within walking distance of other major attractions.

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Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de. From the Albaicín, you can hike up to the Alhambra, one of Granada's top tourist attractions. If your main focus is visiting this magnificent hilltop. El Centro: The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. You'll be able to walk absolutely.

Hospes Palacio de los Patos — If staying in a luxuriously converted 19th-century palace sounds good, this is the property for you. The conversion looks beautiful, with white marble staircases blending with contemporary, minimalistic design touches. Beautiful building, lovely gardens, and great massages after a day of exploring!

Only some rooms have lift-access, something to consider if you have a lot of luggage! Fantastic reviews all around. Gets great reviews for location, views and friendly staff! Again, this property gets fantastic reviews. The terrace bar also has spectacular views, and multiple past guests indicate its worth paying extra for a room with city views!

A relatively new property with an outdoor pool, sun terrace, it offers spacious rooms decorated in subdued contemporary colors and furnishings. Past guests rate its location, comfort and value highly. Excellent mid-range choice with a design focus. On-site cocktail bar, interior courtyard, roof terrace with views , this place is hip, modern, clean and comfortable.

Also there is a shared rooftop terrace. Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore. Where to Stay in Seville. Where to Stay in Barcelona. Where to Stay in Madrid. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This post contains affiliate links. Learn more. El Centro : The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro.

El Albaicin : The Albaicin is the oldest and most iconic part of Granada: think narrow, car-free alleyways winding their way up a steep slope to the Alhambra, and a strong Moorish influence. This is definitely the best part of Granada to stay in if you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience! El Realejo : The former Jewish quarter, El Realejo is now filled with cool bars and tapas spots, mostly centered around Campo Principe. If you like peace and quiet, Bola de Oro might be the best location to stay in Granada.

La Chana and La Cartuja : Located close to the University, these two neighbourhoods have a student vibe: think cheap and cheerful! Planning on Visiting the Alhambra? I had found my heaven on earth. Where to Stay in Granada? Room Mate Leo 9. Khu Hotel 8. Autograph Collection 8. Hospes Palacio de los Patos 8. NH Collection 9. It was built on an enormous slope facing The Alhambra and contains countless winding, maze-like passageways.

Getting around from this hotel is pretty simple. Plus there are things nearby that make staying here worth it, like the Palacio de Congresos de Granada — which holds numerous conferences — plus the interactive exhibits and observation tower of Granada Science Park. The hotel itself is equipped with a cool roof terrace which boasts a plunge pool, a BBQ bar and restaurant, and a hot tub. The rooms here are simply stylish in a modern way.

Colorful details and a cool, contemporary finish with clean lines and a sense of minimalism make the rooms at this hotel feel relaxed, and design led. You could even upgrade to a suite for more room; families would get the benefit of their very own private playground area for the kids! Location-wise, this is a great option; staying here means being a short walk away from the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, plus there is a whole host of tapas bars to choose from in the surrounding area.

This hotel is truly stylish. The rooms are modern but with a decidedly retro-meets-contemporary vibe, feeling polished and sophisticated. It also boasts a bar and a restaurant. Granada train station is very close, and the magnificent Basilica of San Juan de Dios is within easy walking distance.

Alhambra palace tickets May 23, Disabled May 21, Please suggest how we do a day trip to Alhambra May 19, Alhambra schedule with kids and parents! See All Granada Conversations. View Hotel. Hotel Plaza Nueva. Hotel Granada Center. Granada Centro Hotel. Palacio de Santa Ines. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de Granada. NH Collection Granada Victoria.

Alhambra Palace Hotel. View all hotels. Top questions about Granada. Where are the tourism offices in Granada? Where to stay in Granada? What is the driving guide for foreigners? Where can I park downtown? What is the tourist train? How should I plan a visit to the Nasrid Palace in the Alhambra? Can I use the Bono Card to visit the Alhambra?

What are some vegetarian restaurants? What are some halal restaurants? Where can I buy convent sweets in Granada?

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Choosing to stay in neighbourhoods on the east side of Granada gives you closer access to the historic sites; staying in the southern districts, on. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de. Choose from Hotels in Granada. No Reservation Costs. Great Rates.

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Hotel Plaza Nueva. Hotel Granada Center. Granada Centro Hotel. Palacio de Santa Ines. Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de Granada. NH Collection Granada Victoria. Alhambra Palace Hotel. View all hotels. Top questions about Granada. Where are the tourism offices in Granada? Wherever you choose to stay in this captivating city, the best hotels in Granada offer warm hospitality and personal service, making it difficult to leave at the end of your stay.

This charming boutique hotel sits steps from Plaza Nueva, and it's also only a minute walk to the hilltop Alhambra. The old-world charm continues in the rooms, with chandeliers, velvet sofas, and gilded accents. Spacious junior suites and superior rooms accommodate families, and most rooms come with plush robes and slippers. If you want a little extra pampering during your stay, book a spa package with luxurious treatments at a nearby hammam.

About a minute walk from the cathedral , Hospes Palacio de los Patos offers a sleek, chic contemporary style in a renovated 19th-century palace and modern wing. Typical features in the bright, stylish rooms include marble floors, crisp white color schemes, sumptuous fabrics, and city or garden views. Rooms in the palace retain some historical features such as murals and mosaic floors.

When you're not out sightseeing, you can linger in the lovely garden; enjoy a gourmet meal at the fine-dining restaurant; or relax in the luxury spa, which offers a heated pool, Turkish bath, and dry sauna.

If the Alhambra is the focus of your visit, the elegant Parador de Granada , in a former 15th-century convent, is right on the grounds, and drips with history. Chandeliers grace the common areas, and many of the rooms offer lovely garden views. Parking is free. From here, you can also walk 10 minutes downhill to visit the charming UNESCO-listed old town — and take a taxi or bus back up if you're not up for the return hike.

Steps from the Alhambra entrance, Eurostars Washington Irving is a more modern option near the palace, with good-value rates. Its spacious rooms are comfy and contemporary in style, with rainfall showers and tea and coffee-making facilities, and the suites come with separate living rooms. In the warmer months, you can take a dip in the rooftop pool and soak up the sunshine on the surrounding lounges. This charming Granada neighborhood is a wonderful area to explore on foot, with plenty of restaurants right nearby, but if you want to explore farther afield, a public bus also stops outside the front door.

The simply-furnished Spanish-colonial rooms are arranged around a central courtyard and feature comfy beds and relatively large bathrooms. Before you embark on your busy day of sightseeing, you can fill up on a hearty free breakfast, with eggs cooked to order.

In the city's shopping district , about a six-minute walk from Plaza Nueva, NH Collection Granada Victoria is an excellent contemporary choice within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions. The well-appointed rooms are large and comfortable, with espresso coffee makers and rainfall showers. Suites come with separate sitting areas. For an extra fee, you can fill up on a hot buffet breakfast, which is best purchased when you book your room.

And best of all? As well as tips on learning Spanish and teaching English, I share information on living in Granada, including all the best places to stay and neighborhoods to call home. You are likely to arrive in Granada either by bus or plane. Annoyingly, neither the bus station nor the airport are close to the city centre.

The bus station is in La Chana, toward the west end of town. However, you can also take a local bus by catching the N4 from the bus station and then switching to the LAC. The airport is about half an hour outside Granada. The inner city transportation system is actually rather efficient. Thanks to a recent overhaul, the various Granada neighbourhoods are now well linked together by fast, hybrid buses — the busiest and most frequent of which is the LAC. There is even a metro system due to arrive any week now, though admittedly the Granada ayuntamiento city council has been saying that for about 8 years!

But back to the question of where to stay in Granada. The most popular barrios to stay in are el centro, el albaicin and el realejo. By staying in Granada centre your experience will be very touristic; convenient but expensive, vibrant but less authentic.

Some say it includes the whole of Camino de Ronda and Camino Arabial — two of the longest and busiest thoroughfares in downtown Granada — while others will argue that this area is its own barrio.

Clean and comfortable, this looks a great spot to hang your hat for a few nights in between tapas eating! Hospes Palacio de los Patos — If staying in a luxuriously converted 19th-century palace sounds good, this is the property for you.

The conversion looks beautiful, with white marble staircases blending with contemporary, minimalistic design touches. Beautiful building, lovely gardens, and great massages after a day of exploring! Only some rooms have lift-access, something to consider if you have a lot of luggage! Fantastic reviews all around.

Gets great reviews for location, views and friendly staff! Again, this property gets fantastic reviews. The terrace bar also has spectacular views, and multiple past guests indicate its worth paying extra for a room with city views!

A relatively new property with an outdoor pool, sun terrace, it offers spacious rooms decorated in subdued contemporary colors and furnishings. Past guests rate its location, comfort and value highly. Excellent mid-range choice with a design focus. On-site cocktail bar, interior courtyard, roof terrace with views , this place is hip, modern, clean and comfortable. Also there is a shared rooftop terrace. Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore.

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El Centro: The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. You'll be able to walk absolutely. Centro Hotel. View Hotel. Are you wondering where to stay in Granada? The best areas to stay in Granada are Centro, Albaicín, Sacromonte, Beiro, and Ronda.

The albaicin is gorgeous but quite hilly and with slippery cobblestone that you have to watch out for after a few glasses of wine and tapas! Enjoy your trip. Of course! Thank you for all of your well written and thoughtful articles! We will be in Granada for two days and one night at the end of June. Thanks for reading — not at all! There are also frequent buses from the center to that area.

Taking my last 2 kids to the land of our ancestors… my husband and I have been there several times for short visits with our other kids. The last time , but you know how everything changes, just one night in Granada this time , super useful your blog!!! Hi Lauren we 4 adults are travelling on 12 th to 17 th feb to spain. How long would we need in each area and any tips etc Love reading your page.

Go by train or bus and definitely book the Alhambra well in advance! The rest you can just walk around, Enjoy! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Where to stay in Seville? It's a common question I hear, given I lived in Seville for many years and travel there frequently for work!

I've stayed in some of Seville's most luxurious hotels, and also some of its best budget gems. Luckily, Seville is home to a great and…. The ancient Moorish city of Granada is filled with charm at every turn, and each neighborhood has its own unique atmosphere.

Choosing where to stay in Granada can be a challenge, so we're here to help! We love planning a trip to a new city, researching local foodie spots and…. Not a bad place to get married! Yes, please! Steps from the Alhambra entrance, Eurostars Washington Irving is a more modern option near the palace, with good-value rates. Its spacious rooms are comfy and contemporary in style, with rainfall showers and tea and coffee-making facilities, and the suites come with separate living rooms.

In the warmer months, you can take a dip in the rooftop pool and soak up the sunshine on the surrounding lounges. This charming Granada neighborhood is a wonderful area to explore on foot, with plenty of restaurants right nearby, but if you want to explore farther afield, a public bus also stops outside the front door. The simply-furnished Spanish-colonial rooms are arranged around a central courtyard and feature comfy beds and relatively large bathrooms. Before you embark on your busy day of sightseeing, you can fill up on a hearty free breakfast, with eggs cooked to order.

In the city's shopping district , about a six-minute walk from Plaza Nueva, NH Collection Granada Victoria is an excellent contemporary choice within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions. The well-appointed rooms are large and comfortable, with espresso coffee makers and rainfall showers.

Suites come with separate sitting areas. For an extra fee, you can fill up on a hot buffet breakfast, which is best purchased when you book your room. If you're driving, you can park in the lot underneath the hotel, but ask for directions to the entrance, accessed around the back of the hotel down a narrow lane. It's one of the only hotels in the old town with car access and free parking, and lies about a minute walk from the Alhambra palace complex.

Petite and homey, Hotel Casa Morisca's Moorish-style rooms all have a charming, rustic feel, with features like coffered ceilings and oriental rugs. Most offer Alhambra views, and some have balconies, while others face inward to the interior courtyard.

Before you head out to explore the sights, you can enjoy a breakfast buffet in the barrel-vaulted dining room, with eggs cooked to order upon request.

The bright modern rooms come with comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffee-making facilities. Breakfast is available for an extra fee, as is on-site parking. Plenty of shops and restaurants are just outside the front door, and you can walk to the Alhambra from here in about 10 to 15 minutes. A little farther from the tourist attractions in the city center but offering excellent value, the family-run Hotel Albero makes you feel right at home.

A bus stops right outside the hotel, taking you into the city in about 10 to 15 minutes, and the friendly staff members are happy to share travel tips. Rooms are clean and simple, with comfortable beds, marble floors, and wood furnishings. The hotel serves a continental breakfast, and on-site parking is also possible at reasonable rates if you can't find free parking on the nearby streets.

Opened in , the bright, modern Catalonia Granada offers excellent value for families and plenty of facilities to keep parents and kids happy. Map on here. That Albaicin is an uber charmer- gorgeous, white washed structures, pink flowers, movie stuff.

I would crawl if I had to :. We had the same issue and chose the Centro area which was very convenient but decided for next time we would want to be closer to Plaza Nueva , as someone else mentioned. That area still has easy road access and close to transportation, in addition to lots of charming restaurants and cafes.

Downtown Granada is Calle Reyes Catolicos. Use Booking. Thanks everyone. I have decided on Roommate Leo. I saw that it was recommended above and in a central location. Also, Roommate Alicia in Madrid is one of my favorite hotels, so I know that it is a good sign. Glad to hear it!

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Centro Hotel. View Hotel. Are you wondering where to stay in Granada? The best areas to stay in Granada are Centro, Albaicín, Sacromonte, Beiro, and Ronda. Great savings on hotels in Granada, Spain online. Good availability and great rates. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay.

The Camino de Granada Hotel offers comfortable rooms fitted with a private bathroom with a bathtub and air conditioning. The hotel has a large terrace where guests can relax in the sun, as well as a nice outdoor swimming pool. The in house restaurant serves a nice breakfast in the morning, and regional food including tapas during the day and the evening. El Centro is the city centre of Granada and one of the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in for tourists and visitors.

Indeed, it is located near all the main sights including the Alhambra, and there is always something going on in El Centro. Many restaurants, tapas bars and regular bars are scattered in the streets of El Centro, and all of them stay busy late into the night.

If you feel like partying even more after that, there are also some good clubs in the area such as El Vogue. Staying in El Centro is convenient as you will save a significant amount of money on late-night taxi fares since you can walk back to your hotel.

The Cathedral is one of the main sights in the city centre. It was built in a traditional Spanish Renaissance style where the mosque used to stand, right after the region was conquered back by the Spanish throne. It is huge and is the 4th largest cathedral in the world. El Granado is a lively hostel located in the historical centre of Granada.

Many activities, such as tapas tours and sangria nights are regularly organised so you do not have a chance to even think about getting bored! Sangrias abound with all the regions fresh fruit. El Realejo is located in the central area of Granada and used to be the Jewish quarter of the city.

It is a vibrant neighbourhood and it displays a really cool modern urban vibe that I love. If you are looking for something a little bit different than the traditional Moorish environment for your stay in Granada, El Realejo is the place to go. Specialised tours are regularly organised so you can be sure not to miss any while learning about street art at the same time.

El Realejo is also a vibrant neighbourhood at night, with lots of cocktail and tapas bars that stay open until late.

It offers private rooms with an ensuite bathroom as well as bunk beds in dormitory rooms. Each guest has access to hot showers, an individual locker to keep your valuables safe and a personal reading light. Hidden away amongst El Realejos twisting alleys, thousand-year-old chapels, and atmospheric piazzas, is a little staircase that will wind down into your own personal cave. Surprisingly airy and tastefully decorated, this Mediterranean twist on a hobbit hole will make for a memorable weekend for sure.

The Hotel NH Granada Centro is located in a historical building with an inner patio and offers rooms decorated in traditional Moorish style. Each room is fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub and a minibar. Free Wifi is available everywhere in the hotel and a very good buffet breakfast is served in the morning. The Hotel Alhambra Palace is a castle-shaped hotel located right at the foot of the Alhambra in Granada.

Its luxurious rooms are all fitted with a private bathroom, air conditioning, soundproofing and free Wifi access. A very good buffet breakfast is served in the morning. The in house bar boasts a superb terrace with stunning views over the city. Bola de Oro is a quieter neighbourhood in Granada and as such is perfect for families who are looking for some rest from the hustle and bustle of the city at night. While there are no cultural sights per se in Bola de Oro, the city centre is located a short bus ride away and is easy to get to.

If the kids are up for it, you can walk to the Alhambra and other places of interest in around 20 minutes. It is actually a very cool thing to do on a summer evening with a belly full of tapas! In Bola de Oro, visitors will find lots of nice pedestrian areas lined up with leafy trees and great views over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the distance.

Around here, take the time to relax and slow down the pace after crazy days of visiting Granada. This place is in the literal dead centre of town, so no transport woes here! The Hotel Albero is a small establishment offering comfortable rooms fitted with air conditioning and a private bathroom.

The staff there is very helpful and prepares a good breakfast in the morning. Secured parking is available at the hotel and a free Wifi connection is provided. The Hotel Macia Real de la Alhambra is a modern hotel offering rooms fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub, a seating area and a minibar. The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers which can be used in the summer, as well as a bar and a restaurant.

Granada is a city full of architectural wonder in Andalusia and is well worth a visit if you are traveling through Europe. The Alhambra is a unique sight and I love getting lost in the small streets of El Albaicin. As such, El Albaicin is my favourite neighbourhood to stay in Granada, and it boasts amazing views over the fortress and the rest of the city. My top choice in terms of hotels in Granada is La Casa de la Trinidad.

The rooms there have all you need to be comfortable and are welcoming and clean. Do you own an awesome hostel, hotel or apartment? Want to be featured in our list? Yay for transparency!

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From the Albaicín, you can hike up to the Alhambra, one of Granada's top tourist attractions. If your main focus is visiting this magnificent hilltop. And most of our picks of the best places to stay in Granada are well situated to access not just the Alhambra, but all the other delights that the city has to offer. One of the best areas to stay in Granada is undoubtedly the historic city center. When I lived in Granada (back in !) I considered the center to.

If you are traveling on a budget, this is the perfect neighbourhood for you! While there are not so many touristic sights in the neighbourhood itself, La Chana is still easily accessible from the city centre and the Alhambra.

However, there is one thing that is extremely popular around here, and it is tapas! In order to cater to a student crowd, the portions are bigger and cheaper than other areas of Granada at the same time. Come here to experience a true local feel and taste some of the most authentic regional specialities.

Take the opportunity to make some new friends amongst the students hanging around! Make a saving and experience some Mediterranean hospitality with this bargain flatshare.

The gorgeous old-style courtyard complex and rolling poplar hills are like something straight out of the Gladiator. Each room features a private bathroom, air conditioning, a flat screen TV and a free Wifi connection. Some of the rooms are decorated in Moorish style. Guests can make use of the kitchen to cook and a good breakfast is served in the morning. The Camino de Granada Hotel offers comfortable rooms fitted with a private bathroom with a bathtub and air conditioning.

The hotel has a large terrace where guests can relax in the sun, as well as a nice outdoor swimming pool. The in house restaurant serves a nice breakfast in the morning, and regional food including tapas during the day and the evening.

El Centro is the city centre of Granada and one of the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in for tourists and visitors. Indeed, it is located near all the main sights including the Alhambra, and there is always something going on in El Centro. Many restaurants, tapas bars and regular bars are scattered in the streets of El Centro, and all of them stay busy late into the night.

If you feel like partying even more after that, there are also some good clubs in the area such as El Vogue. Staying in El Centro is convenient as you will save a significant amount of money on late-night taxi fares since you can walk back to your hotel. The Cathedral is one of the main sights in the city centre. It was built in a traditional Spanish Renaissance style where the mosque used to stand, right after the region was conquered back by the Spanish throne.

It is huge and is the 4th largest cathedral in the world. El Granado is a lively hostel located in the historical centre of Granada. Many activities, such as tapas tours and sangria nights are regularly organised so you do not have a chance to even think about getting bored! Sangrias abound with all the regions fresh fruit. El Realejo is located in the central area of Granada and used to be the Jewish quarter of the city. It is a vibrant neighbourhood and it displays a really cool modern urban vibe that I love.

If you are looking for something a little bit different than the traditional Moorish environment for your stay in Granada, El Realejo is the place to go. Specialised tours are regularly organised so you can be sure not to miss any while learning about street art at the same time.

El Realejo is also a vibrant neighbourhood at night, with lots of cocktail and tapas bars that stay open until late. It offers private rooms with an ensuite bathroom as well as bunk beds in dormitory rooms. Each guest has access to hot showers, an individual locker to keep your valuables safe and a personal reading light.

Hidden away amongst El Realejos twisting alleys, thousand-year-old chapels, and atmospheric piazzas, is a little staircase that will wind down into your own personal cave.

Surprisingly airy and tastefully decorated, this Mediterranean twist on a hobbit hole will make for a memorable weekend for sure. The Hotel NH Granada Centro is located in a historical building with an inner patio and offers rooms decorated in traditional Moorish style.

Each room is fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub and a minibar. Free Wifi is available everywhere in the hotel and a very good buffet breakfast is served in the morning. The Hotel Alhambra Palace is a castle-shaped hotel located right at the foot of the Alhambra in Granada. Its luxurious rooms are all fitted with a private bathroom, air conditioning, soundproofing and free Wifi access.

A very good buffet breakfast is served in the morning. The in house bar boasts a superb terrace with stunning views over the city. Bola de Oro is a quieter neighbourhood in Granada and as such is perfect for families who are looking for some rest from the hustle and bustle of the city at night. While there are no cultural sights per se in Bola de Oro, the city centre is located a short bus ride away and is easy to get to.

If the kids are up for it, you can walk to the Alhambra and other places of interest in around 20 minutes. It is actually a very cool thing to do on a summer evening with a belly full of tapas!

In Bola de Oro, visitors will find lots of nice pedestrian areas lined up with leafy trees and great views over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the distance. Around here, take the time to relax and slow down the pace after crazy days of visiting Granada.

This place is in the literal dead centre of town, so no transport woes here! The Hotel Albero is a small establishment offering comfortable rooms fitted with air conditioning and a private bathroom. The staff there is very helpful and prepares a good breakfast in the morning. Secured parking is available at the hotel and a free Wifi connection is provided. The Hotel Macia Real de la Alhambra is a modern hotel offering rooms fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub, a seating area and a minibar.

The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers which can be used in the summer, as well as a bar and a restaurant. Granada is a city full of architectural wonder in Andalusia and is well worth a visit if you are traveling through Europe.

The Alhambra is a unique sight and I love getting lost in the small streets of El Albaicin. As such, El Albaicin is my favourite neighbourhood to stay in Granada, and it boasts amazing views over the fortress and the rest of the city. My top choice in terms of hotels in Granada is La Casa de la Trinidad. The rooms there have all you need to be comfortable and are welcoming and clean. Do you own an awesome hostel, hotel or apartment? Want to be featured in our list? Yay for transparency!

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Recently, she spent several months exploring Africa and South Asia. The rooms here are simply stylish in a modern way. Colorful details and a cool, contemporary finish with clean lines and a sense of minimalism make the rooms at this hotel feel relaxed, and design led. You could even upgrade to a suite for more room; families would get the benefit of their very own private playground area for the kids!

Location-wise, this is a great option; staying here means being a short walk away from the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, plus there is a whole host of tapas bars to choose from in the surrounding area. This hotel is truly stylish. The rooms are modern but with a decidedly retro-meets-contemporary vibe, feeling polished and sophisticated. It also boasts a bar and a restaurant.

Granada train station is very close, and the magnificent Basilica of San Juan de Dios is within easy walking distance. Virtually next door to the Alhambra, Hotel Alixares is the wallet-friendly option for those wishing to stay near this incredible landmark of Granada. The rooms at this hotel are simple but clean if a little bit retro. The rooms here reflect the historic sights of both the Alhambra and Generalife palaces — just a 10 minute walk away; the rooms are laid back and decked out with Moorish details.

The luxurious vibe at this hotel continues at the formal restaurant and bar, which spills out onto a terrace. By posting a comment, you agree to our comment policy. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. You Might Also Like.

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From the Albaicín, you can hike up to the Alhambra, one of Granada's top tourist attractions. If your main focus is visiting this magnificent hilltop. Choose from Hotels in Granada. No Reservation Costs. Great Rates. El Centro: The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. You'll be able to walk absolutely.

In terms of sights, both the Royal Chapel of Granada and Granada Cathedral are within easy walking distance. Even the famed Alhambra is only a minute stroll away! The hotel itself is a 3-star option, boasting a cafe on the top floor complete with city views, of course and a lobby lounge to relax in.

The rooms — or suites — at this place are cool. A palette of grey fabrics, whitewashed walls, and light wood make Smart Suites Albaicin feel design oriented and stylish. These funky apartments come with living rooms, flatscreen TVs, and even washer-dryers for extra convenience — a hip solution to self-catering apartments.

Not only are the incredible Alhambra and Generalife palaces within walking distance, but so is the 19th century Botanical Garden of the University of Granada, Granada Cathedral, and other storied sights of the city. Getting around from this hotel is pretty simple. Plus there are things nearby that make staying here worth it, like the Palacio de Congresos de Granada — which holds numerous conferences — plus the interactive exhibits and observation tower of Granada Science Park.

The hotel itself is equipped with a cool roof terrace which boasts a plunge pool, a BBQ bar and restaurant, and a hot tub. The rooms here are simply stylish in a modern way. Colorful details and a cool, contemporary finish with clean lines and a sense of minimalism make the rooms at this hotel feel relaxed, and design led.

You could even upgrade to a suite for more room; families would get the benefit of their very own private playground area for the kids! Location-wise, this is a great option; staying here means being a short walk away from the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, plus there is a whole host of tapas bars to choose from in the surrounding area. This hotel is truly stylish. The rooms are modern but with a decidedly retro-meets-contemporary vibe, feeling polished and sophisticated.

If you must, they say Cuevas el Abanico is the place to stay! Opinions on the best areas or hidden gems to grab some tapas? Leave a comment below! As I was reading your blog, It almost felt like I am visiting Granada in real. I must appreciate the photographer for such real-life images.

Also, your writing skills are beautiful. Will be visiting Granada soon!! And bookmarking this blog right away. Thanks, dear. I would like your advice on the best district to look for accommodation. However I wonder would it be best for us to stay closer to the city center? I would be very grateful for any advice you could give me please. The albaicin is gorgeous but quite hilly and with slippery cobblestone that you have to watch out for after a few glasses of wine and tapas!

Enjoy your trip. Of course! Thank you for all of your well written and thoughtful articles! We will be in Granada for two days and one night at the end of June. Thanks for reading — not at all! There are also frequent buses from the center to that area. Taking my last 2 kids to the land of our ancestors… my husband and I have been there several times for short visits with our other kids.

The last time , but you know how everything changes, just one night in Granada this time , super useful your blog!!! Hi Lauren we 4 adults are travelling on 12 th to 17 th feb to spain. How long would we need in each area and any tips etc Love reading your page. Go by train or bus and definitely book the Alhambra well in advance! The rest you can just walk around, Enjoy!

Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Where to stay in Seville? It's a common question I hear, given I lived in Seville for many years and travel there frequently for work! I've stayed in some of Seville's most luxurious hotels, and also some of its best budget gems.

Luckily, Seville is home to a great and…. The ancient Moorish city of Granada is filled with charm at every turn, and each neighborhood has its own unique atmosphere. Choosing where to stay in Granada can be a challenge, so we're here to help!

We love planning a trip to a new city, researching local foodie spots and…. Not a bad place to get married! Yes, please! Photo credit: Hotel Casa Where to Eat : Calle Navas is full of touristy restaurants and Spanish students, but Bar Los Diamantes is well worth the detour for their incredible fried fish and seafood tapas free!

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The breakfast is very good and a free Wifi connection is provided. La Chana is a neighbourhood located a bit further away from the centre of Granada.

However, it is strategically placed near the local university, making it very popular with students. As a consequence, accommodation tends to be much cheaper around here, and so do bars and restaurants. If you are traveling on a budget, this is the perfect neighbourhood for you! While there are not so many touristic sights in the neighbourhood itself, La Chana is still easily accessible from the city centre and the Alhambra.

However, there is one thing that is extremely popular around here, and it is tapas! In order to cater to a student crowd, the portions are bigger and cheaper than other areas of Granada at the same time. Come here to experience a true local feel and taste some of the most authentic regional specialities.

Take the opportunity to make some new friends amongst the students hanging around! Make a saving and experience some Mediterranean hospitality with this bargain flatshare. The gorgeous old-style courtyard complex and rolling poplar hills are like something straight out of the Gladiator. Each room features a private bathroom, air conditioning, a flat screen TV and a free Wifi connection. Some of the rooms are decorated in Moorish style. Guests can make use of the kitchen to cook and a good breakfast is served in the morning.

The Camino de Granada Hotel offers comfortable rooms fitted with a private bathroom with a bathtub and air conditioning. The hotel has a large terrace where guests can relax in the sun, as well as a nice outdoor swimming pool.

The in house restaurant serves a nice breakfast in the morning, and regional food including tapas during the day and the evening. El Centro is the city centre of Granada and one of the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in for tourists and visitors.

Indeed, it is located near all the main sights including the Alhambra, and there is always something going on in El Centro. Many restaurants, tapas bars and regular bars are scattered in the streets of El Centro, and all of them stay busy late into the night. If you feel like partying even more after that, there are also some good clubs in the area such as El Vogue.

Staying in El Centro is convenient as you will save a significant amount of money on late-night taxi fares since you can walk back to your hotel. The Cathedral is one of the main sights in the city centre.

It was built in a traditional Spanish Renaissance style where the mosque used to stand, right after the region was conquered back by the Spanish throne. It is huge and is the 4th largest cathedral in the world. El Granado is a lively hostel located in the historical centre of Granada. Many activities, such as tapas tours and sangria nights are regularly organised so you do not have a chance to even think about getting bored!

Sangrias abound with all the regions fresh fruit. El Realejo is located in the central area of Granada and used to be the Jewish quarter of the city. It is a vibrant neighbourhood and it displays a really cool modern urban vibe that I love.

If you are looking for something a little bit different than the traditional Moorish environment for your stay in Granada, El Realejo is the place to go. Specialised tours are regularly organised so you can be sure not to miss any while learning about street art at the same time. El Realejo is also a vibrant neighbourhood at night, with lots of cocktail and tapas bars that stay open until late.

It offers private rooms with an ensuite bathroom as well as bunk beds in dormitory rooms. Each guest has access to hot showers, an individual locker to keep your valuables safe and a personal reading light. Hidden away amongst El Realejos twisting alleys, thousand-year-old chapels, and atmospheric piazzas, is a little staircase that will wind down into your own personal cave.

Surprisingly airy and tastefully decorated, this Mediterranean twist on a hobbit hole will make for a memorable weekend for sure. The Hotel NH Granada Centro is located in a historical building with an inner patio and offers rooms decorated in traditional Moorish style. Each room is fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub and a minibar.

Free Wifi is available everywhere in the hotel and a very good buffet breakfast is served in the morning. The Hotel Alhambra Palace is a castle-shaped hotel located right at the foot of the Alhambra in Granada. Its luxurious rooms are all fitted with a private bathroom, air conditioning, soundproofing and free Wifi access. A very good buffet breakfast is served in the morning. The in house bar boasts a superb terrace with stunning views over the city. Bola de Oro is a quieter neighbourhood in Granada and as such is perfect for families who are looking for some rest from the hustle and bustle of the city at night.

While there are no cultural sights per se in Bola de Oro, the city centre is located a short bus ride away and is easy to get to. If the kids are up for it, you can walk to the Alhambra and other places of interest in around 20 minutes. It is actually a very cool thing to do on a summer evening with a belly full of tapas!

In Bola de Oro, visitors will find lots of nice pedestrian areas lined up with leafy trees and great views over the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the distance. Around here, take the time to relax and slow down the pace after crazy days of visiting Granada.

This place is in the literal dead centre of town, so no transport woes here! The Hotel Albero is a small establishment offering comfortable rooms fitted with air conditioning and a private bathroom. The staff there is very helpful and prepares a good breakfast in the morning. Secured parking is available at the hotel and a free Wifi connection is provided. The Hotel Macia Real de la Alhambra is a modern hotel offering rooms fitted with air conditioning, a private bathroom with a bathtub, a seating area and a minibar.

The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers which can be used in the summer, as well as a bar and a restaurant. Granada is a city full of architectural wonder in Andalusia and is well worth a visit if you are traveling through Europe. The Alhambra is a unique sight and I love getting lost in the small streets of El Albaicin. As such, El Albaicin is my favourite neighbourhood to stay in Granada, and it boasts amazing views over the fortress and the rest of the city.

My top choice in terms of hotels in Granada is La Casa de la Trinidad. The rooms there have all you need to be comfortable and are welcoming and clean. Do you own an awesome hostel, hotel or apartment? Want to be featured in our list?

Yay for transparency! It can be pricey but worth it! For location, try the NH Victoria , which is as central as a hotel in Granada can be. I stayed here with my parents once, and while slightly noisy at night, the location more than made up for it. Where to Eat : Calle Navas is full of touristy restaurants and Spanish students, but Bar Los Diamantes is well worth the detour for their incredible fried fish and seafood tapas free!

One of my favorites is Carmen Verde Luna , which has not only awesome views but also great local cuisine. Read more: Tips for visiting the Alhambra and top 10 things to see in Granada. Nestled in between the busy city center and the Alhambra, this historic district is filled with some of the best and most authentic Granada tapas bars , and has a great street art scene too!

From luxury hotels to budget options , this is one of the best areas for its prime location and great nightlife. Top Wine Bars in Granada. I highly recommend you take the time to wander around, ignore the touristy shops and restaurants, and make your way up to the beautiful Sacromonte Abbey — well worth the hike.

There are a few that have been made into nice guest houses, though I personally would stay closer to the center. If you must, they say Cuevas el Abanico is the place to stay! Opinions on the best areas or hidden gems to grab some tapas?

Leave a comment below! As I was reading your blog, It almost felt like I am visiting Granada in real. I must appreciate the photographer for such real-life images.

Also, your writing skills are beautiful. Will be visiting Granada soon!! And bookmarking this blog right away. Thanks, dear. I would like your advice on the best district to look for accommodation. However I wonder would it be best for us to stay closer to the city center? I would be very grateful for any advice you could give me please. The albaicin is gorgeous but quite hilly and with slippery cobblestone that you have to watch out for after a few glasses of wine and tapas!

Enjoy your trip. Of course! Thank you for all of your well written and thoughtful articles! We will be in Granada for two days and one night at the end of June.

Thanks for reading — not at all! There are also frequent buses from the center to that area. Taking my last 2 kids to the land of our ancestors… my husband and I have been there several times for short visits with our other kids. The last time , but you know how everything changes, just one night in Granada this time , super useful your blog!!! Hi Lauren we 4 adults are travelling on 12 th to 17 th feb to spain. How long would we need in each area and any tips etc Love reading your page.

Go by train or bus and definitely book the Alhambra well in advance! The rest you can just walk around, Enjoy! Your email address will not be published.

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Where to Stay in Granada, Spain ( • COOLEST Areas!) JUMP TO: In a Hurry​? | Best Accommodation | Neighborhood Guide | First Time in. Palacio de Santa Ines. View Hotel. Choose from Hotels in Granada. No Reservation Costs. Great Rates.

The hotel itself is equipped with a cool roof terrace which boasts a plunge pool, a BBQ bar and restaurant, and a hot tub. The rooms here are simply stylish in a modern way. Colorful details and a cool, contemporary finish with clean lines and a sense of minimalism make the rooms at this hotel feel relaxed, and design led.

You could even upgrade to a suite for more room; families would get the benefit of their very own private playground area for the kids! Location-wise, this is a great option; staying here means being a short walk away from the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, plus there is a whole host of tapas bars to choose from in the surrounding area. This hotel is truly stylish. The rooms are modern but with a decidedly retro-meets-contemporary vibe, feeling polished and sophisticated.

It also boasts a bar and a restaurant. Granada train station is very close, and the magnificent Basilica of San Juan de Dios is within easy walking distance. Virtually next door to the Alhambra, Hotel Alixares is the wallet-friendly option for those wishing to stay near this incredible landmark of Granada. The rooms at this hotel are simple but clean if a little bit retro. Most hotels here usually don't offer on-site parking, however they will direct you to a parking lot nearby.

If your main focus is visiting this magnificent hilltop palace complex, you can also stay right on the grounds or steps from the entrance. El Centro Granada , the commercial district of the city, offers many good-value modern hotels and all-suite options, which are great for families.

Wherever you choose to stay in this captivating city, the best hotels in Granada offer warm hospitality and personal service, making it difficult to leave at the end of your stay. This charming boutique hotel sits steps from Plaza Nueva, and it's also only a minute walk to the hilltop Alhambra.

The old-world charm continues in the rooms, with chandeliers, velvet sofas, and gilded accents. Spacious junior suites and superior rooms accommodate families, and most rooms come with plush robes and slippers. If you want a little extra pampering during your stay, book a spa package with luxurious treatments at a nearby hammam. About a minute walk from the cathedral , Hospes Palacio de los Patos offers a sleek, chic contemporary style in a renovated 19th-century palace and modern wing.

Typical features in the bright, stylish rooms include marble floors, crisp white color schemes, sumptuous fabrics, and city or garden views. Rooms in the palace retain some historical features such as murals and mosaic floors.

When you're not out sightseeing, you can linger in the lovely garden; enjoy a gourmet meal at the fine-dining restaurant; or relax in the luxury spa, which offers a heated pool, Turkish bath, and dry sauna. If the Alhambra is the focus of your visit, the elegant Parador de Granada , in a former 15th-century convent, is right on the grounds, and drips with history.

Chandeliers grace the common areas, and many of the rooms offer lovely garden views. Parking is free. From here, you can also walk 10 minutes downhill to visit the charming UNESCO-listed old town — and take a taxi or bus back up if you're not up for the return hike. Steps from the Alhambra entrance, Eurostars Washington Irving is a more modern option near the palace, with good-value rates. Its spacious rooms are comfy and contemporary in style, with rainfall showers and tea and coffee-making facilities, and the suites come with separate living rooms.

In the warmer months, you can take a dip in the rooftop pool and soak up the sunshine on the surrounding lounges. This charming Granada neighborhood is a wonderful area to explore on foot, with plenty of restaurants right nearby, but if you want to explore farther afield, a public bus also stops outside the front door.

The simply-furnished Spanish-colonial rooms are arranged around a central courtyard and feature comfy beds and relatively large bathrooms. Before you embark on your busy day of sightseeing, you can fill up on a hearty free breakfast, with eggs cooked to order. In the city's shopping district , about a six-minute walk from Plaza Nueva, NH Collection Granada Victoria is an excellent contemporary choice within walking distance of all the major tourist attractions.

I've stayed in some of Seville's most luxurious hotels, and also some of its best budget gems. Luckily, Seville is home to a great and…. The ancient Moorish city of Granada is filled with charm at every turn, and each neighborhood has its own unique atmosphere.

Choosing where to stay in Granada can be a challenge, so we're here to help! We love planning a trip to a new city, researching local foodie spots and….

Not a bad place to get married! Yes, please! Photo credit: Hotel Casa Where to Eat : Calle Navas is full of touristy restaurants and Spanish students, but Bar Los Diamantes is well worth the detour for their incredible fried fish and seafood tapas free! A traditional Granada terrace, heaven on earth! Read more: Tips for visiting the Alhambra and top 10 things to see in Granada Can you imagine staying inside the Alhambra complex?

The Alhambra alone is worth the trip to Spain! Pure magic. Street art in Granada. Delicious meatballs in sauce. Tapas in Granada? Kind regards, Margaret. I would like to know where to watch some flamenco during my stay in Granada. Any suggestions? How long would we need in each area and any tips etc Love reading your page Thanks Fee. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty. Related Posts. Our Local Guide on Where to Stay in Granada The ancient Moorish city of Granada is filled with charm at every turn, and each neighborhood has its own unique atmosphere.

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Centro Hotel. View Hotel. Great savings on hotels in Granada, Spain online. Good availability and great rates. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay. From the Albaicín, you can hike up to the Alhambra, one of Granada's top tourist attractions. If your main focus is visiting this magnificent hilltop.

The guest rooms at Vincci Albayzin are high-end and stylish affairs, with a neutral color palette and Moorish design details. In terms of sights, both the Royal Chapel of Granada and Granada Cathedral are within easy walking distance. Even the famed Alhambra is only a minute stroll away! The hotel itself is a 3-star option, boasting a cafe on the top floor complete with city views, of course and a lobby lounge to relax in.

The rooms — or suites — at this place are cool. A palette of grey fabrics, whitewashed walls, and light wood make Smart Suites Albaicin feel design oriented and stylish. These funky apartments come with living rooms, flatscreen TVs, and even washer-dryers for extra convenience — a hip solution to self-catering apartments.

Not only are the incredible Alhambra and Generalife palaces within walking distance, but so is the 19th century Botanical Garden of the University of Granada, Granada Cathedral, and other storied sights of the city. Getting around from this hotel is pretty simple. Plus there are things nearby that make staying here worth it, like the Palacio de Congresos de Granada — which holds numerous conferences — plus the interactive exhibits and observation tower of Granada Science Park.

The hotel itself is equipped with a cool roof terrace which boasts a plunge pool, a BBQ bar and restaurant, and a hot tub.

The rooms here are simply stylish in a modern way. Colorful details and a cool, contemporary finish with clean lines and a sense of minimalism make the rooms at this hotel feel relaxed, and design led. You could even upgrade to a suite for more room; families would get the benefit of their very own private playground area for the kids! Location-wise, this is a great option; staying here means being a short walk away from the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, plus there is a whole host of tapas bars to choose from in the surrounding area.

This hotel is truly stylish. The conversion looks beautiful, with white marble staircases blending with contemporary, minimalistic design touches. Beautiful building, lovely gardens, and great massages after a day of exploring! Only some rooms have lift-access, something to consider if you have a lot of luggage! Fantastic reviews all around.

Gets great reviews for location, views and friendly staff! Again, this property gets fantastic reviews. The terrace bar also has spectacular views, and multiple past guests indicate its worth paying extra for a room with city views! A relatively new property with an outdoor pool, sun terrace, it offers spacious rooms decorated in subdued contemporary colors and furnishings.

Past guests rate its location, comfort and value highly. Excellent mid-range choice with a design focus. On-site cocktail bar, interior courtyard, roof terrace with views , this place is hip, modern, clean and comfortable. Also there is a shared rooftop terrace. Predictably, the closer you live to the centre of Granada the easier it will be to explore. Where to Stay in Seville. Where to Stay in Barcelona.

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Learn more. El Centro : The best place to stay in Granada if you want to be in the middle of the action is definitely El Centro. El Albaicin : The Albaicin is the oldest and most iconic part of Granada: think narrow, car-free alleyways winding their way up a steep slope to the Alhambra, and a strong Moorish influence. This is definitely the best part of Granada to stay in if you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

El Realejo : The former Jewish quarter, El Realejo is now filled with cool bars and tapas spots, mostly centered around Campo Principe. If you like peace and quiet, Bola de Oro might be the best location to stay in Granada. La Chana and La Cartuja : Located close to the University, these two neighbourhoods have a student vibe: think cheap and cheerful! Planning on Visiting the Alhambra? I had found my heaven on earth. Where to Stay in Granada? Room Mate Leo 9. Khu Hotel 8. Autograph Collection 8.

Hospes Palacio de los Patos 8. NH Collection 9. It was built on an enormous slope facing The Alhambra and contains countless winding, maze-like passageways. Despite falling to the Christians in the late fifteenth century, El Albaicin still smacks of the Moorish era. Many of the aljibes Moorish wells and evidence of the ancient irrigation system can be found in the cobbled streets.

On a sunny day, of which there are many, The Alhambra is a sight to behold from El Albaicin. Palacio de Mariana Pineda 8. Hotel Casa Granada 9. Santa Isabel La Real 9. If the Granada is one of those once-in-a-lifetime destinations for you, then perhaps once-in-a-lifetime accommodations are in order?

The Alhambra has one luxury hotel within the its grounds, and a few just outside to choose from. Parador de Granada 8. Alhambra Palace 8. Eurostars Washington Irving 9. Now check your email for the link to your Alhambra tips map!

There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. Email Address. This guide can be printed out so you can take it with you and learn as you go! El Realejo is steeped in history too. The neighbourhood used to be the Jewish quarter of Granada under Moorish rule — from the 8 th century right through to the 15 th century, when the Moors finally surrendered to the Christians. Granada was the last stronghold of The Moors and its recapture by the Spanish monarch meant the unification of Spain for the first time in over years.

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