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Palacio de Santa Inés hotel
Palacio de Santa Inés hotel
3 out of 5
The price is £56 per night from 14 Dec to 14 Dec
Located in Albaicín, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Carrera del Darro and Mirador de San Nicolas. Alhambra and Granada Cathedral are also ...
4.5/5 Wonderful! (745 reviews)
"The staff are friendly and very accommodating. The hotel is an old building which has its pros and cons depending on your taste. The only problem we have is we have to carry our luggage few steps up to the hotel entrance from the street. No rump to roll your luggage"

Reviewed on 24 Nov 2021

Palacio de Santa Inés hotel
Hotel Alhambra Palace
Hotel Alhambra Palace
5 out of 5
The price is £182 per night from 14 Dec to 14 Dec
Located in Central District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Manuel de Falla Museum and Alhambra. Generalife and Granada Cathedral are also within ...
4.5/5 Wonderful! (978 reviews)
"Absolutely beautiful! The location is AAA. The lobby and restaurant are stunning. The room is comfortable and clean. Views are awesome"

Reviewed on 12 Nov 2021

Hotel Alhambra Palace
Áurea Washington Irving by Eurostars Hotel Company
Áurea Washington Irving by Eurostars Hotel Company
5 out of 5
Paseo del Generalife N.10, Granada
The price is £76 per night from 8 Dec to 8 Dec
Located in Granada City Center, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Carmen de los Martires Gardens and Alhambra. Generalife and Granada Cathedral ...
4.7/5 Exceptional! (759 reviews)
"We loved our stay and the restaurant was phenomenal."

Reviewed on 3 Dec 2021

Áurea Washington Irving by Eurostars Hotel Company
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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Granada Holiday Packages

The medieval architecture, mountain backdrop and thriving food and art scenes of this Spanish city offer a magical combination of culture and natural beauty.

Granada offers visitors a blend of old and new with dynamic culinary and arts scenes, ancient buildings and beautiful mountains.

The city’s famed architecture is a major draw for many visitors. Start your tour in the streets of the Albaycin, the city’s old Muslim district, where you can admire centuries-old mosques and churches. Visit the Baroque-style Cartuja Monastery where you’ll find paintings by Juan Sánchez Cotán, a Spanish Baroque painter best known for his still lifes.

Art lovers will also appreciate the collection of paintings by acclaimed abstract expressionist artist José Guerrero held at the Centro José Guerrero. To learn more about another famous native, visit the nearby Federico Garcia Lorca Museum (Casa Museo Federico Garcia Lorca de Valderrubio). This museum celebrates the life of one Granada’s most famous poets and was once his home.

Younger visitors to Granada will enjoy the interactive exhibits, planetarium and butterfly garden at  the Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias).  

Along with an appreciation for art, Granada also places importance on its culinary scene. Many city establishments serve small plates of tapas for free when you buy a drink. Find many such tapas bars on Calle Panaderos, which leads off Plaza Larga, and Calle Elvira.

Granada sits along the Genil River, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The mountains provide attractions in both summer and winter. The highest peak is Mulhacen, which measures 11,411 feet (3,478 metres). Go trekking in the summer when the valleys offer a cooler climate to the Andalusian heat that nearby Cordoba and Seville experience. A ski resort, which hosted the FIS Alpine World Ski Championship in 1996, opens in the winter months.

Granada’s narrow and winding streets make driving in the city difficult. Getting around is easiest on foot as the major attractions are closely grouped. Alternatively, catch the red and white Alhambra Bus this service stops at most of the places you’ll want to visit.