Hotel Los Tilos
AddressPlaza de Bibrrambla 4 GranadaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The spacious rooms, clean and renovated in 2008, overlook Plaza Bib-Rambla, and there are double-glazed windows to shut out the hubbub at night. There’s a small but panoramic rooftop terrace if you don’t get your own Alhambra view from your room.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Los Tilos and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Granada.
Description provided by property
Hotel Los Tilos is situated in Granada's central Plaza Bib-Rambla. The hotel features a rooftop terrace with great views of the Alhambra, Albayzín, Sacromonte and Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Rooms at Los Tilos are spacious and bright. Each room has air conditioning, TV and a private bathroom.
Facilities at Hotel Los Tilos include a cafeteria and a dining room. Free Wi-Fi access is available in public areas and the hotel has a tour desk.
Los Tilos is located under 5 minutes’ walk from Granada Cathedral and 15 minutes from the Albayzín district. It is 10 minutes' walk from Granadas Arch, the entrance to the path towards the Alhambra.
The hotel is just over 1 km from the city’s Train Station and 20 minutes’ drive from Federico García Lorca Airport. Airport buses leave from a stop 150 metres away.
Please note that road access is limited because the Hotel Los Tilos is located on a pedestrian square. There are various car parks within just 200 metres. If you are arriving by car, please contact Hotel Los Tilos for more information.
Please note that parking bears a surcharge starting from EUR 16. Please contact the property for more detail.
Interesting places nearby
Cicerone Cultura y Ocio
Informative walking tours of central Granada and the Albayzín leave daily from Plaza Bib-Rambla at 10.30am, or 11am in winter.
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