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
Whilst this is a lovely hotel, i would not call it a palace and some of the soft furnishings do look a little tired. Unique location makes it possible to visit the city of granada in one direction and the Sierra Nevada mountains in the opposite direction. Easier to leave car at hotel when visiting city centre- buses and taxis available. Bedrooms are spacious. Good sized swimming pool - seasonal. Welcoming staff.
We loved our room at this hotel. It was immensely spacious with a large sitting room, expansive terrace,and views of the mountains and the entire village's rooftops. We could have easily entertained 20 people in this space. My only complaint is there are only 1 or 2 restaurants within walking distance - all owned by the same company as the hotel.
The hotel building is amazing and its gardens and lobby too.
The room i booked was a triple room which wasnt as nice as expected. It was smaller than i thought with no balcony
We had to pay 9 pounds a day for parking
Its a bus away from granada
But the view is deffos worth it
Spent a week at the Granada Palace Hotel, and would certainly stay there again if coming back to Granada. Of course the hotel isn't in Granada itself, and a car is useful but the location is very quiet, and our room had good views. We stayed in a 'Junior Suite' and the space was huge (add a small kitchen area and I've seen much smaller studio flats!) The beds were very comfortable (we had two doubles!), and a good sizes bathroom (with a separate shower as well). The only negatives with the room (& elsewhere in the hotel) is that the decor looked a little faded, and perhaps could do with an update. However it is very clean indeed.
We only ate breakfast in the hotel, but this was an excellent meal with a wide range of food & drinks available (both hot & cold food).
The location of the hotel is not bad as there is an excellent supermarket about 3 minutes walk away.
One gripe - the hotel has a huge underground car park, but they charge 9.90 euros per night to use it. Mean, we thought.
Large room, suite in fact, best room we can remember for a long time. Lovely and clean, large bathroom with double spa bath, separate shower.
Staff helpful, especially in cafe/atrium restaurant. Food there was lovely, great selection. Drinks reasonable for a hotel. Tapas and Italian restaurants within the hotel complex. Bus stop outside hotel for Granada every half an hour, only €1:50 each way and spot on time, takes quarter of an hour into centre of Granada.
Balcony was very small. Limited outdoor seating and, bar one bench, all in the shade. Lots of indoor seating choice.
Only 10 minutes drive from La Alhambra and no need to go through centre of Granada. Underground car park, whilst not cheap. Secure.