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What are the best mid-range hotels in Granada? I love affordable mid-range hotels because are the perfect combination of value-for-money and comfort, they often feature bigger rooms than budget hotels and more amenities.
These hotels in the mid-range and affordable luxury category are our hand-picked gems that offer excellent value due to their fantastic locations and/or superb facilities and amenities compared to similarly rated properties.
The mid-range hotels listed here are all great choices, so your decision should be based largely on where you want to be based.
Room Mate Leo: The success of Room Mate hotels lies in the fact that they offer the reliable, standardized quality of a chain but without any of the soullessness. Up in the 32 rooms the black and gold palette extends to the gleaming headboards, and shiny leather tub chairs. A minor quibble is that drinks are not served up on the terrace outside of high season.
Comfort Dauro 2: If you want access to all the key sites in Granada this is a brilliant location. Surrounded by restaurants and shops everything is very convenient. Rooms are furnished with a modern twist on rustic style and still retain the atmosphere of the ancient setting.
Hotel Inglaterra: The Hotel Inglaterra is set in a 19th-century building full of character with many of the original features complemented by modern furnishings. The hotel is located in a great spot, ideal if you are looking to do a bit of sightseeing, as well as exploring the center of Granada and the Albaicín on foot.
Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites: With a stay at Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites, you’ll be centrally located in Granada. Make yourself at home in one of the 75 air-conditioned guestrooms. The premises are decorated around the idea of one sense per floor and each room has a nice and soft perfume.
Hotel Universal: This recently renovated hotel is a great value for money. It has a very convenient location in the center of the city, and only 20 minutes by foot to the Alhambra (if you’re ready to go uphill!).
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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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