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Best areas in Granada for luxury hotels

Parte Vieje, Granada’s Old Quarter, is where you’ll find some of the city’s most spectacular luxury hotels, housed in beautifully restored historical buildings. It’s also home to an array of chic boutiques and exclusive restaurants. You’ll find plenty of alluring hotels in the nearby Realejo district, which sit alongside spectacular 19th-century mansions with private walled gardens. There’s also a scattering of alluring accommodation options to be found on the slopes of El Albaicín, a jaw-dropping UNESCO World Heritage site, which overlooks the majestic Alhambra complex.

Top luxury hotels in Granada

The Melia Granada is a slick, centrally located luxury hotel, offering impressive modern decor, state-of-the-art fitness facilities, and lavish breakfast buffets. The Vincci Albayzin, located on a gorgeous tree-lined avenue, boasts a 24-hour health club, first-rate business amenities, and a gourmet on-site restaurant. The Saray Hotel is the perfect spot for a leisurely summer break, with a shimmering outdoor pool and shaded terrace. Guestrooms here come with luxurious extras like comfy bathrobes, free toiletries, and well-stocked minibars.

Where to find the best fine dining in Granada

Granada is a veritable gourmand’s paradise, and you’ll find outstanding restaurants scattered all over the city. Head to Parte Viejo to feast on traditional Andalusian cuisine with a modern twist, savoring dishes like succulent duck breast cooked in sherry. In El Albaicin you can enjoy sensational cuisine with views to match. Head to one of its elegant hillside terraces, and tuck into mouthwatering meals such as charcoal-grilled cod wrapped in rich jamon iberico. Realejo is home to stylish brasseries, serving indulgent savory treats like red tuna tartare and braised spring lamb cutlets.

The most unique things to do in Granada

A visit to the Alhambra, the majestic red-hued Medieval citadel widely regarded as one of the wonders of the world, is a non-negotiable must-do for all Granada visitors. If, however, the thought of tourist hordes and lengthy queues is off-putting, you can take all the hassle out of the day by hiring an expert private guide, who’ll give you a richer understanding of this Moorish architectural marvel. For a day of decadent self-indulgence, why not join a food tour? A knowledgeable local will immerse you in the city’s incredible gastronomical scene, offering insights into Granada’s culture and history as you sip chilled local sherry and feast on tasty tapas. Or, you could take a short trip out of town to see the region’s breathtakingly beautiful olive groves and verdant vineyards, and enjoy a spot of wine tasting while you’re there.

Best ways to get around Granada

Granada is best enjoyed at a leisurely pace, and its narrow alleyways and pedestrianized plazas simply beg to be explored by foot. If you’d rather not navigate yourself, there are plenty of excellent private guides offering personalized tours of the city. If you want to hop between districts, taxis are readily available. You could also hire a car, or, to travel in complete comfort, book a chauffeur to drive you around.