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Apartamentos Turísticos San Matías
Located in the buzzy Realejo quarter, these apartments offer well-priced, spacious accommodation...
Hotel Villa Oniria
Cream and brown predominate in the spacious rooms and public areas. The dining terrace is designed around oblong ponds ripplilng with cool water. There is even a basement spa.
Hospes Palacio De Los Patos
The most luxurious hotel in this area, between the centre and the Albayzín, this five-star operation occupies a former 16th-century convent, some 14th-century houses with patios and wooden balconies, and a 19th-century aristocratic house, all with a...
Hotel Macia Plaza
Hotel MaciáPlaza is centrally located and provides the usual modern hotel comforts.
Zaguán Del Darro
This place offers excellent value for the Albayzín. The 16th-century house has been tastefully restored, with sparing use of antiques. Its 13 rooms are all different; some look out over the Río Darro...
Parador De Granada
This is the most luxurious and highly priced of Spain's paradores. Head here if you are looking for romance and history – it's in a converted 15th-century convent located in the Alhambra grounds. Be sure to book well ahead; it is a popular choice.
Hotel Anacapri is centrally located and provides the usual modern hotel comforts.
Casa Del Capitel Nazari
More Albayzín magic in a 1503 Renaissance palace that’s as much architectural history lesson as plush hotel. Rooms have Moroccan inflections and the courtyard hosts art exhibits.
Hotel Los Tilos
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.
Almost on the Alhambra’s doorstep, Guadalupe has a bright atmosphere. Rooms are subdued and elegant in shades of pumpkin and cream, with Alhambra or olive-grove views. Prices dive out of season.
Within the Alhambra grounds, the early-19th-century building creates a restful ambience in contrast to the busy Alhambra foot traffic. Reserve well in advance, as rooms are limited.
Puerta De Las Granadas
This small hotel has a prime location just off the Plaza Nueva and halfway up the hill to the Alhambra. The red and dark-wood rooms overlook either a back garden (quiet) or the street (a little larger). Two top-floor rooms have grand views...
Palacio De Los Navas
Sumptuous 16th-century building with individually furnished rooms with lots of cool creams and whites, original columns and doors, terracotta tiled floors and desks. The rooms surround a traditional columned patio...
Hotel Macià Real De La Alhambra
Great if you’re dropping into Granada just to see the Alhambra, this comfortable hotel on the edge of the city is an easy 10-minute drive to the monument, and the city bus number 33 goes right by too...
Hotel Posada Del Toro
A lovely small hotel with rooms set around a tranquil central patio...
Hotel Casa Morisca
This late-15th-century mansion perfectly captures the spirit of the Albayzín. A heavy wooden door shuts out city noise, and rooms are soothing, with lofty ceilings, fluffy white beds and flat-weave rugs over brick floors...
Santa Isabel La Real
Ideally situated between the Plaza San Miguel Bajo and Mirador San Nicolas (Plaza de San Nicolás), this gorgeous 16th-century building has been tastefully restored into an exquisite small hotel...
The Fontecruz features large rooms that mix sleek and sumptuous, with black-and-white carpeting, dark-wood antique-look writing desks and lovely beds. All have at least one shallow balcony...
The energetic couple who run this hotel seem to genuinely like helping their guests.
Don’t let the ‘narrowest hotel in the world’ moniker put you off (and yes, it actually is – and has a certificate from the Guinness Book of Records to prove it), there’s plenty of breathing space in Molino’s nine rooms, and warm hospitality...
The house-proud hosts here are as sweet as the flower- and picture-filled turquoise corridors. The nine rooms overflow with character, and each is different: some have private bathrooms, while others share facilities, and many have small balconies...
Oasis Backpackers Hostel Granada
Bohemian digs in a bohemian quarter, Oasis is seconds away from the teterías and bars on Calle Elvira. There’s free internet access, a rooftop terrace and personal safes. As backpacker hostels go, it’s a gem.