Parador de Granada


One of Spain’s most unique stays, the Parador de Granada is uniquely situated within the UNESCO designated Alhambra complex. Guests are transported back in time to an era of Moorish Kings and Catholic Monarchs, as the hotel was originally a Moorish palace converted into a Franciscan monastery under the order of Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand in the 15th century.

A deluxe four-star hotel, the Parador de Granada offers guests an unparalleled immersion into the city's storied history, beginning with period art and furnishings. Each of the property’s 25 guests rooms features an understated elegance along with thoughtful modern conveniences, such as satellite television, safe, minibar, air conditioning, and complimentary internet access. The Parador's acclaimed restaurant showcases traditional Andalucian cuisine of the highest quality highlighted by unparalleled views onto the Alhambra's Generalife gardens.