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
Great hotel but could be fantastic.We stayed in a junior suite which was clean,spacious,and faultless. The hotel needs to look at certain areas which let it down.
The staff were very helpful and nothing was too much trouble.
We found information was hard to find as there was no concierge and most of the information we received from other guests. For example there is a bus stop right outside the hotel which goes into Granada every hour.Prices in the hotel were extremely reasonable for the quality. The management needs to have a look around for example weeds around the pool area.Steps which were broken. Tiles missing from all outside panels. A nice fountain which wasn’t working and the list goes on. We would certainly stay there again and some knowledge of the Spanish language is useful.
This hotel is very nice and very large. Rooms are some of the biggest I have ever seen in Spain. Large parking garage connected to the hotel. Restaurant and Bar are good and has a nice pool an patio. Hotel is very recently remodeled. There is a Grocery store right next store. Location is the best but all in all was a great stay.
We were there in April for holidays and when we decided to come back to Granada to visit the Caminito del Rey in September I asked my dad if it was possible to go back to this hotel! I found it incredible the first time and I can confirm it for the 2nd! The room is so big, the bathroom is super and the best thing of all the room is the bed, which is incredibly comfortable, and his super soft pillows! Want to come back for the 3rd time NOW!
Suppose I was disappointed because I didnt realise the hotel,wasn't actually in Granada and we were on a city break. They charge for parking even though the car park is empty, as was the hotel and I think that’s not good as you actually can’t go anwhere else! Its a bit like the Marie Celeste and is deserted. The overall is impressive and it does have a nice pool, but it is souless. Someone needs to add some decent furniture, some statues and flowers or plants in the public areas. The bedrooms are again uneccesarily large, the beds old and the towels threadbare. The breakfast is poor and looks like most of it has been sourced from the local,supermarket. The receptionists were rude. This hotel,is probably fabulous for big weddings because of the amazing public space or conferences and it is advertised as a conference centre. It is definitely not a family or holiday hotel. Sorry Granada Palace, you just didn't cut the mustard. If you are visiting Granada for the city and the Alhambra then I would suggest you actually stay Granada
Very helpful reception and bar staff was a big plus. Right outside is a handy bus stop for the 30 minute bus ride to the centre of Granada. V enjoyable Italian restaurant but the big let down was the ten euro a night car park charge. We had a huge suite but oddly the TV was in the bedroom, too far away to be enjoyed. Coffee pods and welcome cava made our stay more enjoyable.