What We Love
- A stylish Granada stay in a suite, with breakfast, spa access and welcome drinksStaying in a spacious and contemporary Junior suite
- Enjoying full-on pampering at the well-equipped spa
- Exploring Granada – particularly the medieval Moorish history of the Albayzín
What To Know
- Located about 15 minutes from the center of town and the Alhambra
- You'll want to rent a car or hire a driver in order to get around the city
- Free WiFi
Granada Palace is an elegant four-star hotel with an edge, the result of the fusion of Moorish architecture with contemporary design. With views over Alhambra city to one side and the Sierra Nevada mountains on the other, the hotel boasts a location as dreamy as its décor.
There are a handful of ways to kick back enjoy yourself here. Spend the day unwinding on the sun terrace, by the outdoor pool, from the comfort of a lounger. If indoor relaxation is more your style, while away an afternoon at the spa, making the most of the hydrotherapies on offer or luxuriating in the hammam.
And when it’s time to venture out, you’ll find yourself in the home of flamenco, so don’t miss a chance to watch this impressive dance in action. Granada’s old Muslim quarter, Albayzín – a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site – lures with cobblestone streets and impressive architecture, making it a perfect destination to tick off your must-see list.
How to Get There
If you want to stay at a soulless, empty, dull hotel then this is the hotel for you. No wonder they are offering special deals, there is no one there. On arrival we were told that we did not have a booking and the lady was very abrupt. Breakfast ok but no where near a 4* hotel. Buffet in the evening very poor. We eat in the Italian restaurant attached to the hotel and I ended up with food poisoning. We had to extend the check out time because I was so ill and they still charged us £60 for 3 hours. I would not recommend this hotel and stay there again. Stay in a hotel much nearer to Granada and with a bit of life and happier staff.
Very pleasant and helpful staff, a nice suite and a very clean hotel - what's not to like?
In a quiet location but you can catch a local bus at 1.5 Euros and fifteen minutes later you're in Granada. We both found it very relaxing and would be more than happy to stay there again
Stunning looking hotel both inside and out. Very quiet inside even though it was fully booked. Our room was a junior suite that was really large and welcomed with a chilling bottle of pink cava. Nice touch. Two huge beds, fabulous bathroom with jet bath and walk in shower. Small balcony that looked out over the front of the hotel and could be opened to stand out and watch the front gardens which look stunning at night time with beautiful lighting. Restaurant and bar has a good choice in very comfortable and lavish furnishings. Service was wonderful and extremely helpful and friendly. The breakfast was really good for full choices of fruits, cereals, cooked eggs etc and breads and other baked goods. All self service. Again staff there were very helpful and replenished quickly anything missing. A very beautiful, luxurious, and comfortable hotel. 3 miles from the centre of town, so we did not drive but used taxis which cost around €10 to €12 depending where we asked to go. Seemed very good value. Parking looked like it would have been difficult, so we made a good choice. Town is full of good shops and restaurants for every taste. A great place to visit and also the Alhambra palace that is stunning.
Pros: Lovely staff at receiption with good scenery with the average room there being quite large.
Neutral: Average breakfast not enough fresh fruit variety
Cons: Water covers the whole floor even to the toilet, could be easily solved with a glass door.
Also I'm 182cm/6ft tall and I touch the shower head so it was extremely annoying.
We are just returned from a really lovely four days at Granada Palace Hotel.The complimentary bubbly in a bucket of ice upon arrival was a wonderful surprise. The breakfast was also very good. However, dinner in the bar wasn't great and most of the contents of the fresh salad were tinned and decidedly unimaginative. There is a wonderful Italian restaurant a few steps away which we didn't try, but heard good things about. The spa was interesting and on offer for 9 Euros per person ( normally 29 Euros!) So we gave it a whirl, but it was, again, lacking in imagination and presented rather like a hospital spa. Could have been more inviting. It had flagged up tea in the chill out room ( which was cold and uncomfortable) with actually no tea, or means of making it withinn sight. We would also so appreciate a kettle in room for that early morning quintessential British brew. But a beautiful spacious room, lovely decor, great staff. In general a big thank you.