4.5
Very Good 1756 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Impressive mix of classic architecture and cutting-edge interior design
  • Located away from the most touristy areas of Granada
  • Painted ceilings — worth the crick in the neck you’ll get from staring in awe

What To Know

  • The spa is small, so book your treatments in advance
  • Granada’s premier tourist spot, the Alhambra, is always crowded, so plan on going early in the morning or in the evening (it’s also a bit of a hike to get up there)
  • Dreamer's Rooms start at a snug 215 square feet
  • Free WiFi

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

Beautifully restored 19th-century palace with minimalist interiors, a serene spa and a top-notch tapas restaurant

The Look

Andalusia is studded with boutique hotels in lovingly restored historic buildings, and with the Palacio de los Patos, the Hospes group has added its own unique 21st-century twist to one of Granada’s mid-19th-century gems. Almost everything is in a subtle shade of white, alabaster or gray, set off in just the right places by a hint of a darker hue. The effect is atmospheric. This is a spot where you’ll actually want to hang out — and maybe absorb some design inspiration, too.

Bed & Bath

Although the guestrooms can be snug (Dreamer’s Rooms start at 215 square feet), the modern decor, geometric themes and whitewashed walls keep things gorgeous enough that you won’t notice. Besides, Andalusia’s weather is conducive to lingering in the hotel’s tranquil gardens with a drink or a good book. The guestrooms in the older part of the hotel have loads of character and plenty of original features, including plasterwork ceilings and elaborate friezes. Some come with arched windows or dome ceilings, and all have air conditioning, hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.

Beyond

After hiking up and around the Alhambra, by far Granada’s top sight, recharge with a treatment at the hotel’s Bodyna spa (the ayurvedic massage is a decadent delight). This part of Spain is famous for long lunches and evenings fueled by tapas and endless glasses of wine. The restaurant, Los Patos, answers the call with dishes like tiny grilled Motril squid and roasted San Pedro fish with polenta. And for dessert: licorice or lemon verbena ice cream.

In the Area

Granada (not to mention the rest of Andalusia) has its own style of cooking, and there’s a wide choice of bars and restaurants in the city. Top spots include Sevilla, Raro de Luna, La Oliva and Damasqueros. The Alhambra, the Generalife gardens and the old quarter of Albaycin mark the high points of Arabic rule in Andalusia. But Granada also has a rich Jewish and Christian heritage and boasts some of Spain’s finest buildings. Book a walking tour or a private guide to learn the inside story. After all that walking, try an authentic Arabian bathhouse experience with a steam and massage at Hammam Al Andalus.

How to Get There

Hospes Palacio de Los Patos
Calle de Solarillo de Gracia, 1
Granada, 18002 Spain

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1756 Reviews
Excellent service, location and ambiance
Culture573395

For those that like 5star boutique hotels.... this hotel is beautiful. A great location 10 min walk from everything. I have to mention the concierge and the chief waiter they are true professionals... enjoy you stay.

Beautiful central hotel
LixTraveller

We stayed here for just 2 nights while we were seeing the sites of Granada & visiting the Alhambra.
The hotel is split between the old and new building with varying types of accommodation in both. We were located in the new building, our room was modern, spacious with an incredible en suite & lounge area.
We visited the spa area which was small but well equipped with a small plunge pool & sauna. We didn’t have any treatments so can’t comment.
The hotel staff were courteous & helpful in booking us an evening at a traditional Flamenco show, we were given the best seats in the house as a result & was an evening well spent!
Highly recommended

Great location, great value
Chantman

Perfectly located in the old town, this old ( but beautifully refurbished) hotel is an oasis. Painted in elegant pale colours, with a central courtyard where afternoon tea is available. The people behind the desk are very helpful. The rooms, while not large, are nicely designed. My only gripe : the breakfast room in the basement is cramped and sometimes so crowded you can't get a seat ( there are about 17 rooms and only about 9 tables in the breakfast room). Breakfast buffet is basic but adequate. For the price, this is a good value hotel.