Family Friendly Hotels in Granada

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Family friendly travelling in Granada

Most popular areas in Granada for family-friendly hotels

Parte Vieja is Granada’s enchanting Old Town, and the long-established beating heart of the city. Here, you’ll find family-friendly accommodation to suit every budget, and many major sights and attractions on your doorstep. El Albaicín is the picture-perfect Moorish quarter, a spectacular UNESCO World Heritage site with hillside hotels that offer breathtaking views of the sprawling Alhambra complex. Realejo is another top choice for families. This atmospheric former Jewish district boasts colorful houses, lively tapas bars, and a laid-back, welcoming vibe.

Top family-friendly hotels in Granada

The Vincci Albayzin is a great spot for a hassle-free family break, with childcare services, free infant beds, spacious modern guestrooms, and an on-site restaurant. The Saray Hotel is another perennial family favorite, with a shimmering outdoor pool, shaded terrace, choice of adjoining rooms, and a tempting breakfast buffet to set you up each morning. The Sercotel Gran Hotel Luna de Granada is a luxurious but affordable hotel, with amazing amenities like an indoor pool, full-service spa, and fitness center.

Where to find the best restaurants in Granada

Parte Vieja’s where you’ll find the most eclectic selection of restaurants, so you’re bound to find something to satisfy even the fussiest of eaters. Ever-reliable family favorites include cozy Italian trattorias, where you can gorge on fresh homemade pasta and wood-fired pizza. On the hillsides of El Albaicín, you’ll find al fresco restaurants serving simple Mediterranean fare like fried fish and Andalusian pork stew. In Realejo, there’s an array of tempting tapas bars located in picturesque plazas, where you can have fun sampling small plates of crispy calamari, succulent shrimp, and dry-cured ham.

The most popular things to do in Granada

The Alhambra, a world-renowned, red-hued Medieval citadel, is indisputably Granada’s top must-see attraction. With fairy tale-like palaces to explore, towers to climb, and lush gardens to run around in, it’s an utterly enchanting day out for young and old alike. Best of all, entrance is totally free for kids under 12. The Parque de las Ciencias is an enthralling science museum, with an awe-inspiring planetarium, interactive exhibits about the human body, and a colorful exploration hall where younger children can learn through play. For a fun and sun-packed family day out, head to Aquaola Water Park on the outskirts of town. Here, you’ll find an amazing array of adrenalin-pumping slides, colorful flumes, and refreshing pools to splash around in.

Best ways to get around Granada

Granada is fun and easy to explore by foot, as most major attractions are within walking distance of one another. Just bear in mind that it’s a hilly city, so good walking shoes are a must, and regular rest stops may be required. Should your feet get tired, or you plan on covering a lot of ground in a day, there’s also an efficient, inexpensive bus network to get you wherever you might want to go, and taxis are readily available.