The Hotel Granada is located in Avenida de la Constitucion, close to the business centre and just five minutes away from the Gran Via de Colon, from where it is possible to enter the Albayzin quarter and visit the Alhambra.
The accommodation comprises 177 spacious bedrooms, all of which overlook the Alhambra or Granada city centre.
All bedrooms have desk, television, mini bar, air conditioning, heating and almost all of them have a little balcony from where guests can enjoy from the beautiful views over the city.
The junior suite has an independent sitting room equipped with a sofa bed that can be converted into a bed for a third person.
Other services and facilities available at the hotel include non smoking rooms, daily press, safe, mini bar, direct dial telephone, satellite television, WiFi internet connection, air conditioning, heating, room service and hairdryer.
The Granadine gastronomy has inherited a great Arab influence and is generous in spices, rich in soups and stews, with plenty of sweets. The products of the fertile plain around the city of Granada are the basis of many of the typical local dishes, such as tender broad beans fried with ham, the stuffed chard, cardoon, pipirrana salad and the indispensable gazpacho.
In the hotel’s main restaurant, guests may enjoy traditional dishes and many more, not just from Granada, but from all over Andalusia and the rest of Spain, focussing on Mediterranean dishes with a touch of nouvelle cuisine.
The hotel has 5 rooms suitable for many different events. The layout can be adapted to suit the event, for example banquet, school layout, theatre, “U” shape etc.
The Alhambra is the best-known Arab construction in the world. In the beginning (13th century), it was a military fort, the alcazaba, but later its perimeter was extended with the construction of the beautiful Nazari palaces. The Generalife was built adjoining the Alhambra in the 14th century.
Located in the very centre of the city, Granada Cathedral is, along with the Alhambra, one of the most emblematic monuments in the city. In the Renaissance style, it was built over a former mosque.
Next to the Cathedral is the Royal Chapel, a Gothic temple where the remains of the conquerors of Granada, King Fernando and Queen Isabel, were laid to rest.
Other areas and monuments that merit a visit are the Alcaiceria quarter, the Cartuja Monastery, the San Jeronimo Monastery, the Carmen de los Martires, the Basilica de las Angustias, the Sacromonte Abbey, the Casa de los Tiros and the Palace of the Madraza.
Information and Reservations of tours of the Alhambra and Granada.