Granada is the capital city of Granada province in the semi-autonomous region of Andalucia in Spain. Sitting at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains at the convergence of Beiro, Genil and Darro rivers, the allure of Granada lies in its unrivalled wealth in Islamic-Spanish historical heritage. Hotels in Granada offer a wide variety of accommodation options for visitors. Visitors can explore the city's numerous attractions located within easy reach of their Granada hotel rooms.
Held annually in June, the Corpus Christi is Granada's largest festival, lasting about ten days, and featuring numerous activities including a procession and the flamenco.
Enjoy Granada's fine Alpujarrena cuisine with its unique methods of calf, rabbit, trout and game meat preparation. Sample the Arabic, Spanish and Moorish cuisine in Granada hotels and restaurants conveniently located on Gran via del Colon, Calle del Elvira and adjacent streets.
Of the plethora of historical gems in Granada, The Alhambra easily stands out as the most significant. The citadel cum palace is a relic from the Moorish era dating back to the 14th century.
Enjoy a day of shopping at Granada’s old quarter which is adjacent to the Cathedral to buy local handicrafts and jewelry. The Plaza de Bib-Rambla has numerous florists and fashion boutiques to choose from.
Retreat to your Granada hotel room after some exhilarating skiing fun at the world famous Sierra Nevada slopes which played host to the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in 1996.