'For one person who likes Spain are dozen who prefer book on her.â€ These words were said by the American Nobel Laureate Ernest Hemingway, who spent a lot of time in Spain during the Spanish Civil War era in 1936-39.
The European Gates to the Muslim Legacy
Granada is a stunning city in Andalusia, Spain. Hundreds of years ago this city was occupied by the Muslims and during the centuries grew a truly different and noticeable culture. Thousands of tourists every year come to visit this gate to the ancient era and enjoy the views of the Alhambra, the palace city where the most important monarchs and their families were living. It is one of the greatest parts of the World Heritage Site of UNESCO and certainly one of the greatest monuments on the whole Granada or even the whole Spain. If you are already intrigued by these hints about this intercultural historical city in Spain, just go along and read more information about Granada hotels that we have prepared for you. After reading this short guide, you should be able to choose best hotels in Granada that fit your needs of having a great European style holiday.
Stay Cheaply But Comfortably in Granada
What is so great about this Spanish city is that you can find some truly cheap hotels in almost each and every corner of the city: Arteaga Hostal y Banos Arabes Elvira, Las Nieves, Residencia Jardines or Abadia Hotel Granada. Only few names of cheap hotels in Granada that will give you a nice view to enjoy (as almost the whole city is situated in the ancient part of the area), a soft bed to sleep and relax after a good walk in the city and of course - a lovely Spanish cuisine to enjoy.
Some Luxurious Hideouts in the City of MarvelsÂ
All in all, some of you may want to spend some extra money on spending your vacation like a true old style citizens. Don't worry; we have exactly what you need. Just check out these Granada hotels: the Gar Anat Hotel Boutique, Siloe Plaza, NH Collection Victoria or Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites. These hotels in Granada usually give what you really need: a spectacular view from your window or balcony, great staff and other facilities and even advises where to go if you really want to feel that local spirit.Â
La Alhambra Meets the New World
Even though there is no doubt that the old part of the town is truly worth visiting, why not go and check some newly established places of interest? For example, restaurants with Flamenco shows like Venta Del Gallo, Flamenco Zambra Del Sacramonte or Flamenco Show Raiz y Duende. And if you are looking for something to revive your soul and body with, go and try out the famous Arab Baths in Granada. You can order just a simple bath or a bath with different kind of massages, local dishes and drinks prepared especially for you.