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Most popular areas in Granada for 5-star hotels

Many of Granada’s most popular 5-star hotels can be found in the bustling city center, which is an enchanting maze of tree-lined plazas, gleaming church towers, and irresistible eateries. The central district of Puerta Real is modern Granada at its finest, with eclectic architecture and a glittering array of tempting shops. You’ll also find a great selection of luxurious hotels in Albaicin, Granada’s deeply atmospheric old Moorish Quarter. This dazzling hillside neighborhood offers sweeping views of the nearby Alhambra palace and fortress complex.

Top 5-star hotels in Granada

The AC Palacio De Santa Paula, Autograph Collection is a 5-star hotel, located near Granada Cathedral, and housed in 2 exquisitely restored historical buildings. Its spacious, individually decorated guestrooms come with cozy bathrobes, designer toiletries, and flat-screen TVs. The Hotel M.A. Nazaries Business & Spa is a great choice whether you’re here for work or pleasure. Here, you can make use of state-of-the-art business amenities, or unwind in a heavenly full-service spa. The Hospes Palacio de Los Patos is a luxurious boutique hotel, with a shimmering indoor pool and fine dining restaurant.

Where to find the best restaurants in Granada

The city center is packed with lively tapas bars, where you can savor delectable small plates of freshly fried seafood, roast local ham, or flavorsome Manchego cheese, whilst sipping ice-cold Manzanilla sherry or frothy beer. In the former Jewish quarter of Realejo, you’ll find a host of dazzling family-run restaurants, serving mouth-watering local specialties like tangy Gazpacho soups and rich pork stews. Albaicin boasts some of the city’s most spectacular destination restaurants, where you can feast like royalty on succulent Moroccan-style lamb tagine, or salted cod with black olives and orange.

The most popular things to do in Granada

Located just a few miles outside the city center, the Alhambra is one of Spain’s most spectacular historical attractions. This sprawling palace and fortress complex is among the world’s finest surviving examples of Moorish architecture, and you can lose yourself for hours exploring its lush gardens, and marveling at its ornate arches and exquisite tile work. Granada Cathedral is another must-see architectural masterpiece. Dating back to the 16th century, it’s renowned for its sumptuous renaissance-style interior, breathtaking domed ceiling, and imposing Corinthian columns. For a spot of downtime and people watching, head to Plaza Nueva. The city’s oldest public square is a beguiling hub of activity, flanked by handsome landmarks like the Church of Santa Ana, and surrounded by buzzing tapas bars and restaurants with street-side terraces.

Best ways to get around Granada

Most of Grenada’s major central attractions are within easy walking distance of one another, and its charming alleys simply beg to be explored by foot. Should you start to flag, or you want to cover a lot of ground in a day, there’s an efficient, extensive bus network. Alternatively, taxis are readily available. Driving yourself is best avoided, as traffic is restricted in the city center, and its maze of one-way streets can be very tricky to navigate.