Are you looking the best boutique hotels in Granada? These hotels that are so unique and beautiful that you’ll probably don’t want to leave your room.
The city’s cozy, cobblestone streets are lined with bohemian bars, hip tapas bars, jazz clubs, and looming baroque churches. Also tucked along the narrow streets are exquisitely renovated boutique hotels.
Check out my expert picks for the best boutique hotels in Granada and choose the one that suits you best!
Gar Anat Hotel Boutique: On the fringes of the Realejo (Granada’s medieval Jewish neighborhood), this hotel is an incredibly convenient place to stay since you can walk pretty much everywhere. The 15 highly original, contemporary rooms are individually themed around famous literary and musical works or personalities.
Shine Albayzín: This 16th-century mansion has been elegantly re-imagined as an intimate boutique bolthole with a sharp, stylish look, while still holding on to plenty of its original-period charm. All rooms are styled in gentle shades of cream and white, with glittering bedheads, purple cushions, dashes of silver, and, here and there, original wood-beamed ceilings.
Hotel Casa 1800: The hotel is situated in one of Granada’s more inviting corners: in the lower Albaicín, just off the River Darro with easy access to sights, shopping and tapas bars. Amongst the 25 rooms to choose from, the standards on the lower floors are smaller and tend to look into the patio. Higher up, you get more space.
El Ladrón De Agua: Traditional meets modern in El Ladrón De Agua, a strikingly renovated boutique hotel in Granada. The location is the city at its bewitching best, providing easy access to the Albayzín quarter. The simple, dark wood furniture, gleaming terracotta floors, wooden beams, and simple bathrooms with decorative blue and green tile-work that you can find in every room are all typically Granadino.
Marquis Hotels Issabel’s: Located at the junction of Gran Vía and Plaza Nueva, right beside the Isabel La Católica statue, this new hotel couldn’t be in a better location. It displays a unique style, characterized by its outstanding lamps, wooden and marble elements. All the rooms are soundproofed and equipped with modern facilities.
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2. How many days to spend in Granada
3. How to get to Granada
4. How to move around Granada
5. Granada hotels: where to stay in Granada
6. What to eat in Granada
7. What to do in Granada
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