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Four Star Granada hotels

Most popular areas in Granada for 4-star Hotels

Parte Vieja, Granada’s Old Quarter, has been the beating heart of the city since the 14th century. Here, you’ll find many of the city’s most popular 4-star hotels nestled amidst a beguiling maze of gleaming churches, bustling plazas, and elegant shopping streets. The Realejo district is another hotel hotspot. Once the city’s Jewish quarter, today it’s home to charming boutique hotels, chic pavement cafés, buzzing bars, and beautifully restored mansions with walled gardens. North of here lies El Albaicin, which is dotted with hotels offering views of the nearby Alhambra complex.

Top 4-star hotels in Granada

The Saray Hotel Granada is deservedly one of the city’s most popular 4-star hotels, with spacious modern guestrooms, lavish breakfast buffets, and a shimmering outdoor pool, perfect for hot, sunny days. The Melia Granada is a stylish, centrally located hotel, where your room rate includes great perks like designer toiletries, premium bedding, free WiFi, and a flat-screen TV. The Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de Granada boasts incredible amenities like a full-service spa, all-weather indoor pool, elegant restaurant, and laid-back poolside bar.

Where to find the best restaurants in Granada

Parte Vieja is full of lively restaurants vying for your custom, serving up generous helpings of classic Andalucian fare like salted cod fried in olive oil, or hearty pork stew packed with fresh local vegetables and chunky chorizo. In Realejo, you’ll find an array of authentic neighborhood tapas bars, where you can sip chilled sherry whilst sampling local delicacies like dry-cured jamón ibérico and delectable Manchego cheese. In El Albaicin there are family-run restaurants with outdoor terraces, where you can feast on Moroccan-inspired fare like succulent lamb tagines.

The most popular things to do in Granada

You could spend your entire trip exploring the opulent palaces, fragrant gardens, and imposing fortresses of the Alhambra. The complex is among the finest surviving examples of Moorish architecture. Just bear in mind that if you want to marvel at its ornate interiors, you should book well in advance, as the central Nasrid Royal Palace has a limited capacity. The city center is also awash with architectural gems. The most immediately striking is Granada Cathedral, which dominates the skyline of Parte Vieja with its magnificent dome. Its interior is a masterpiece of Renaissance style, with colorful stained glass windows, soaring arches, and intricate gilded carvings. The Alcaiceria is a set of enchanting alleyways which once played host to the city’s Grand Bazaar. Today, it’s home to a lively market where you’ll find exquisite Arabic craftwork and fresh Moroccan herbs and spices.

Best ways to get around Granada

Granada’s winding streets are most easily explored by foot, and most major sights are within easy walking distance of one another. Should your legs start to get weary, there’s an efficient, inexpensive bus network, which covers all major points of interest. If you’re in a hurry, you can hop in a local taxi. Driving yourself is almost certainly not worth the effort – traffic is heavily restricted in the city center, and numerous one-way streets can make navigating tricky.