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In the city centre

We are located in the heart of Granada’s historical and shopping area, next to the city’s main monuments, on one of the most popular streets surrounded by restaurants, bars and shops.

Address: Calle Acera de Darro, 19, 18005, Granada, Spain

You can choose how to get to the hotel:

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How to get to the hotel?

Drive along the A-44 (Circunvalación) and take Exit 131 ‘Palacio de Congresos’. Follow the signs for ‘Palacio de Congresos’ and when you get to the roundabout at Parque de las Ciencias take the underpass, which will lead you to the Congress Centre. Drive beneath the Congress Centre and cross the river. The hotel is 100 yards ahead on your right.

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Near the hotel

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Cathedral and Royal Chapel 700 yards

The grand Renaissance-style cathedral of Granada was built in the Sixteenth century next to the old mosque in order to show the city’s new Christian power. Its architect was Diego de Siloé.

Its light, brightness and grandeur show the world the importance of the city in that important historical moment.

Next to the cathedral is the Royal Chapel, a smaller construction which is the resting place of the Catholic Monarchs (Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon), Joanna I of Castile and Philip I of Castile.

The white Carrara marble in the mausoleums, the collection of Flemish paintings of Isabella I of Castile on the walls and the exceptional cast iron work which surrounds the whole place convey a feeling of solemnity to all of its visitors.

Albaycín 1.5 miles

Albayzín is one of Granada’s essential must-see places. You cannot visit this Andalusian city and not walk around this Moorish neighbourhood which was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984.

This area first became populated by the Iberians and later there was a scattered Roman population. There are no details from the Islamic settlement prior to the arrival of the Zirid Berbers, so it is assumed that it was abandoned from the end of the Roman Empire until the foundation of the Zirid Kingdom (1013), which is when it was surrounded by walls (Cadima fortress).

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Isabel La Católica Theatre 400 yds.

Due to the ambitious urban renovations carried out during the 1940s, Granada recovered a stable theatre for its cultural heritage: the Isabel la Católica Theatre, for 70 years and until 1936, had reaffirmed the love of locals for drama performances. The new theatre, in its current location, was inaugurated in 1952, a few days before the I Festival of Music and Dance, which used this stage to close its first edition with two recitals from the memorable guitarist Andrés Segovia.

Alhambra Palace 0.8 miles

Congress and Exhibition Centre: 0.35 miles

Located in the heart of Granada, this congress centre combines the avant-garde of its design with its full integration into the urban landscape. It was inaugurated in 1992 and since then it has become one of the leading venues of its kind in the whole of Spain, not just for its large size (more than 484,000 ft2 over seven floors) but also for its magnificently equipped interior.

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The Alhambra is a Palatine city which comprises a series of palaces, gardens and a fortress which used to be an authentic citadel within the city of Granada, used as the home of the monarch and the court of the NASRID KINGDOM.

Its true attraction is not just its interior, whose decoration is one of the most important ones of Al-Andalus art, but also in its location and adaptation, generating a new landscape which is fully integrated into the pre-existing natural setting.

Science Park: 1 mile

The Andalucía-Granada Science Park (Parque de las Ciencias) is the first interactive science museum in Andalusia, Spain. It was inaugurated in May 1995 and it covers over 17 acres of space. The park is located in a central area of Granada and it has become one of the city’s main tourist attractions.

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García Lorca Park: 1 mile

This public park in the city of Granada (Spain) was built as a tribute to local poet Federico García Lorca. With over 17 acres of land, this park has a contemporary design and it surrounds Huerta de San Vicente, the old summer house which belonged to the poet’s family.