A more budget-friendly alternative would be Reino De Granada, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 153US$. There are 48 cheap options in Granada to choose from, like Hotel Los Tilos, which is just a 5-minute walk from the city center. A cheap alternative is Makuto Guesthouse Backpackers Hostel, which is a 25-minute walk from Science Park of Granada and a great option for budget-conscious travelers to Granada. Opt for Pension Martinez, only 20 minutes' walk from Granada railroad station, which is a no-frills property with a sundeck and a sunbathing terrace.
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If you want to be in the hustle and bustle of things, pick La Casa De La Trinidad or Apartamentos Turisticos Mauror in the very heart of Granada. If you want to be closer to the center, consider Nh Collection Granada Victoria, situated 1400 feet from the heart of Granada and offering a golf course, a Jacuzzi and boating. If you're hoping to stay in Beiro district, think over booking Leonardo Hotel Granada or Abba Granada in Granada.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Granada
Alternatively, check out Macia Real De La Alhambra, located 1.4 miles from Silla del Moro. Puerta De Las Granadas is a charming choice of a boutique hotel that is set less than a 15-minute walk from Mirador de San Miguel. If you would like to experience impeccable service, consider Sacromonte, which is a 5-minute walk from the city center.
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Those who want to stay on the cheaper side can book Hostel Vita as this apartment welcomes guests to stay at 70US$ per night. Pension Alfin B&B apartment is a 5-minute walk from the city center and beside Las Carcavas de Marchal. Guests planning a business trip to Granada could consider booking a room at Molinos, a 15-minute walk from Puerta de las Pesas. Guests hoping to spend vacation relaxing in one of the Granada´s resorts may enjoy staying at Barcelo Carmen Granada, situated within walking distance of ski slopes and parks.
City Guide: Discover the best of Granada
Granada is a Spanish tourist city located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Here, sun, sand, surf and ski go together.
It is a perfect place for skiing since the Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is nearby. Apart from skiing, tourists flow into the area to enjoy the sandy Mediterranean coast (the Costa Tropical), which lies an hour from the town. Granada’s history dates back to the time when it was a part of the Arabic/Moslem Empire, and thus ruled by Arabic sultans and dynasties. Numerous cultural sights and some architecture will take you back to that historic period.
Regardless of the season, Granada is popular among tourists. Skiing, hiking and sunbathing are primary reasons for visiting Granada. Although hotels are numerous, some of them are located far from the central part which makes them quite difficult to reach. It is worth booking your accommodation with Booked.net which provides you with full description of hotels in Granada, including their location, and offers you good deals on the full range from cheap to luxury.
Granada is a cultural place and should you have some time free from skiing or swimming, it will be a good idea taking a look at the city. Its major sights include:
- The Alhambra, a majestic castle which many considered to be one of the 10 world’s wonders. Its history dates back to the Moorish civilization and once belonging to the numerous Arabic Sultans, it is now notable as an Islamic cultural heritage
- The Albayzin, an Arabic quarter with beautiful streets, squares and houses dating back to the 16th century. This place offers a great view of the city
- The Palace of Charles V – another grand castle in a Renascence style built by the Roman Emperor, Charles V. Nowadays the Hispanic-Muslim Museum and the Bellas Artes Museum are located in the palace
- The Granada Cathedral which took 181 years to construct and meant to be a royal mausoleum
- The Charterhouse, a Carthusian monastery in Baroque style which took 300 years to build
This list is far from exhaustive. There are so much more to see and do in Granada. Some other notable places include Torres Bermejas Castle, Basilica-Hospital of San Juan de Dios, Palacio del Portico, Bullfighting Arena of Granada. You could also take a stroll around one of the beautiful gardens, for instance the garden of Alhambra and Generalife or the garden of Federico Garcia Lorca.
It is worth dining at one of the restaurants sampling local cuisine, which is rather rich and spicy. Otherwise you could pop by at any café on Pedro Alarcon or Plaza Nueva and make your evening by tasting a delicious tapas or Arabic kebab. In fact this area is also famous for various nightclubs.
Granada is really worth seeing. Its bustling atmosphere, gorgeous nature, vast history, numerous attractions and sights make it one of the most popular destinations in Europe. To fully appreciate your stay, book your hotel with Booked.net where you will be provided with all the relevant information regarding the hotel and how to reach it. Whether you are looking for a budget place or a luxury hotel, Booked.net is the place to search.