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Best Budget Hotels In Granada

Looking for the best budget hotels in Granada? There is nothing like staying at very cool and accessible hotels when traveling. And Granada offers quite a few options combining cool design, great location, fun vibes and prices.

Still looking for a central hotel at a price that won’t break the bank? Look no further – I’ve got a carefully chosen selection of cheap hotels in Granada that will suit your needs. I selected these hotels for their affordability and their convenient locations, and include a wide choice of options across the city center.

My list of best budget hotels in Granada presents fun and flexible options in quite a few different areas.

 

My Top 5 Budget Hotels in Granada

Marquis Urban: Offering stylish rooms, Marquis Urban is just a short walk from Granada’s Capilla Real. Set in the city’s charming old town, it features a cocktail bar where you can enjoy a drink on the chic interior courtyard, or relax on the roof terrace, which offers views of Granada. All air-conditioned rooms at Marquis Urban have contemporary décor and feature a flat-screen TV and a minibar.

Khu Hotel: Its location near the Capilla Real and close walking access to the Alhambra makes it the best place for you to be. And you walk out the door and there are a restaurants, shops, bars all within steps from the hotel. The rooms are spacious and modern with a flat TV, a nice and comfortable bed and some of them even have balconies over looking the Plaza de Bib Rambla.

Anacapri: Based on location only, this attractive budget hotel can not be beat! All in all it’s a clean, welcoming hotel with helpful staff and is surprisingly quiet given its central location. The rooms and bathrooms are simple but cozy, clean and with air conditioning.

Hotel Guadalupe: This nice hotel in an excellent location near the Alhambra. However, take into account that there is a bit of a walk to the center of town because of the difference in elevation. The rooms are lovely – spacious and clean, with an excellent bed that will help you get enough rest to continue exploring Granada after visiting the Alhambra.

Nest Style Granada: Well-positioned in city center, Nest Style Granada Hotel is the ideal point of departure for your excursions in Granada.. The rooms feature walls painted in bright pink, orange or yellow colors. All include a private bathroom with shower and a small balcony with nice city views.

 

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Do You Need More Information On Granada?

This article is part of a complete guide about Granada where you can read all the information you need to plan your trip to this amazing destination in Spain.

Here is a complete summary of all the guide:

1. When To Visit Granada
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
8. Tips To Visit The Alhambra In Granada
9. How To Buy Tickets To The Alhambra In Granada
10. Alhambra Tickets Sold Out. What Can You Do?
11. Is The Alhambra Night Visit Worth It?

 

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