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|Rosa's Homestay and B&B|
C/ Ecuador 20 Granada 18007 Spain.
A modern three-storey house in a quiet area near the centre of town
Rosa's Homestay and B&B is a good place for long- or short-term stays. The house is spacious and comfortable, light and airy. It is in a safe quiet residential area on the edge of the centre, close to the city's Congress Centre. You can park free in the street. Read the recommendation on our website. Rosa is a good comm...
|The Carmen de la Alcubilla del Caracol|
Calle Aire Alta 12 Granada 18009 Spain.
Located on one of the slopes of the Alhambra and looks out onto the Vega the fertile plain which stretches to the south of Granada and towards the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
|Hotel Granada Centro|
Calle Navarrete 7 Granada 18001 Spain.
Charming hotel in the heart of Granada. Comfortable and affordable. Come see Granada!
|Ab Pension - Hostel Granada|
Infanta Beatriz 3 18004 Granada 18004 Spain.
Hostel for great tourists. Comfortable new Beds, inexpensive, clean, warm and helpful hostel. FREE WIFI at reception. 500 meters to the cathedral. Nice rooms. Spanish family run hostel. 100% clean. We speak english
|Hotel Casa 1800|
Plaza Benal˙a, 11 Granada 18010 Spain.
Boutique hotels located in the city center close to the best services.
|Abadia Hotel Granada Center|
Triana baja 7 18001 Granada 18001 Spain.
The Abadia Hotel Center Granada Spain, with its ancient 16th century style house and patio.
The Abadia Hotel is located in a newly restored 16th Century building with extraordinary and fascinating features. The patio at the The Abadia Hotel displays typical Granadian stone work and paving and a central fountain. Many traditional artisan materials have been used for The Abadia Hotel res...
|Hotel Casa Morisca|
Cuesta de la Victoria, 9 Granada 18010 Spain.
The hotel Casa Morisca, offers acommodation with a unique ambiance ina an old house dating back to the end of the 15th. century, carefuly restored by Carlos Sanchez, a renowned architect from Granada.