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What We Love

  • A rural location surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, but it’s just 12 miles from Granada and a 30-minute drive from the ski slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains
  • The haute cuisine restaurant, which serves a classy, innovative Mediterranean menu
  • Views of the countryside and snow-covered mountains
  • Rooms are light and spacious, with hardwood floors and oversize windows
  • Informative tours of the wine cellars and sommelier courses

What To Know

  • There is a two-night min for Triple and Hacienda Superior rooms
  • Wine tours cost about $13 (€10) and take place Monday through Saturday, while sommelier courses cost about $32 (€25) (advance booking is essential)
  • The outdoor pool closes during winter
  • You’ll need a car to explore the area
  • Not a destination for party animals; the evening scene here is low-key
  • Easy to miss from the main road
  • Better suited to wine lovers and couples than young families
  • Around a two-hour drive from Malaga Airport
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The Review

Hotel Señorio de Nevada is a charming balance of the timeless and the contemporary. The views are of ancient vineyards and the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains in the distance, but the hotel is a model of uber-efficient modernity, with minimalist interior and exterior design, and all the gadgets of 21st-century living.

The 52-acre vineyard that gave the hotel its name, and which produces the award-winning wine made on-site, remains the clear focus. Informative tours, taking in the vines and the cellars, show visitors just how the humble grape becomes the drink of the gods. Being a mere mortal, I generally enjoyed the tasting part best, and for those who really want to polish their sommelier skills, several courses are offered, in English and Spanish (advance booking is essential).

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But for me this hotel is all about drinking in the view of the Iberian countryside, unchanged for centuries, up toward the Sierra Nevada mountain range, which pierces the huge blue skies. Of course, it’s also about drinking in the wine. Indeed, both — the vista and the vino — always make me merry at Hotel Señorio de Nevada.

How to Get There

Hacienda Señorío de Nevada
Ctra. de Conchar, S/N
Granada, 18659 Spain


4.5 Very Good 421 Reviews
5* in all areas!
Reviewed 2 months ago

Outstanding hotel in the most amazing surroundings. We absolutely love this place! The service is 5* along with the award winning wine 🍷 Overall, I couldn’t recommend this place more for a relaxing stay.....You won’t be disappointed 👌

San Valentin Evening
Reviewed 3 months ago

We booked the San Valentin special evening and were not disappointed at all. The staff went out of their way to ensure the stay was amazing. The wine tour was very informative and the guide spoke both Spanish and English. The accommodation was lovelly. The evening meal was outstanding, breakfast overlooking the snow capped mountains was fantastic. Lovely welcome and service, excellent room, beautiful grounds, great views from the hotel, amazing food and wine.

Amazing Hotel and Location
Reviewed 3 months ago

After a poor experience at the Taray Hotel we moved about 30-40 minutes by car to the Hacienda. What a change from very basic , dirty rooms to a beautiful hotel. Elegant, well designed rooms . Hotel has beautiful views of the Sierra Nevada from many rooms, the Terrace and restaurant. Food was excellent and far superior to the Taray. An added plus is this is also located in vineyards where they make /sell several varieties of wine.

Fantastic Stay In Sierra Nevada
Reviewed 3 months ago

If you appreciate a wine adventure this is the the place for you. Built on an old plantation farm house they have converted to a beautiful modern hotel. As it only has 25 rooms it has a very exclusive feel about it.The rooms are very clean and spacious with a big jacuzzi bath and views of the vineyards. The wine tasting and vineyard tour is a must. Breakfast,lunch and dinner were all impressive and we even bought several Gold label reserva wines home.I would suggest if visiting a car is required as it is a fairly isolated location but we loved getting lost in the vineyards so only good things to say :)

Reviewed 6 months ago

Several days in a big and cosy room with views over the vinards. Clean and with tons of light. Very nice wines and cheap tasting. Only breakfast may improve in terms of quality products. Totally recommendable!