Parador De Granada

Calle Real de La Alhambra s/n | Granada, GR 18009  [SEE MAP]Granada, GR  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

unique location and atmosphere

Jul 29th, 2020

the granada parador is located within the grounds of the alhambra complex in the old monastery sandwiched between the church and the gardens. the building itself is interesting with open areas of archeological excavation next to the restaurant, and informative commentaries dotted around to relay the historical points of note. the room was very comfortable and well thought out, with a lovely view over the generalife, and the restaurant had a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere in the evening. the staff were courteous and helpful but without being intrusive. breakfast in the restaurant was also delightful and we think that it was a model for how to maintain hygiene with a buffet breakfast. not the biggest hotel room, but we feel it was a privilege to be able to stay within the grounds of the alhambra. having dinner and breakfast looking over the generalife - this is a luxury in itself. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 3

Possibly the most expensive 4 star hotel in Spain ?!

Jul 21st, 2020

I love staying in the Paradores but there does seem to be a large range in terms of what they deliver and the price you pay. This is a very exclusive little Parador located within the grounds of the Alhambra Palace. Just 40 bedrooms of various grades. Great views of the Alhambra Genral Life gardens. The property was a convent in the 15th century and the moorish and christian influences on the property are evident. Mixed with this history are some more modern furnishings which bring the property up to the standard required for the 21st century traveller. However all of this is at a premium price- But it is the old adage of supply and demand and plenty of overseas tourists seem prepared to pay this pemium price for sleeping in a historic building in the grounds of the Alhambra Palace! The newly refurbished 5 star Washington Irvine is within walking distance and can be half the price ! The Paradore is beautiful and an air of serenity pervades. Staff are charming. If more superior rooms are available when you check in they will offer to upgrade you but make no mistake it will be at ur additional expense. This can take cost of room to more than €500 per night. Their restaurant is excellent. Top quality food and a wonderful ambience. I can only give an mid range rating overall because of their pricing policy. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4

Peaceful Haven in the Midst of the Alhambra

Jul 12th, 2020

Our visit at the beginning of July was shortly after the hotel reopened following the pandemic and we were impressed with the high level of hygiene standards in place and how quickly the staff had adapted to the new protocol. Understandably, compromises had to be made and that included literature being removed from the rooms and a reduced selection at breakfast but these are minor points. Unfortunately, some areas of the hotel were closed as well, so we were unable to fully appreciate the history of the building. On arrival we were personally guided into a parking slot followed by a seamless check in. We had a room on the second floor with a small Juliet balcony above the restaurant terrace and overlooking the gardens. Everything in the room had been sanitised and hand sanitiser was available in the bathroom and throughout the hotel. All meals were taken on the terrace of the cafeteria, a delightful location next to the garden and with views of the jardín de paradis. Access to the restaurant and its terrace was cordoned off but the full restaurant menu, together with the cafeteria menu were available. We found all members of staff extremely friendly and attentive and would like to mention Hugo on reception and our waiter Jose Antonio who gave us service over and above the excellent service provided by the other staff. We had a thoroughly enjoyable two day break and would love to return when the hotel is fully open to appreciate the building itself but I suspect that would only be possible as a resident. The hotel tariff reflects the history of the convent and its location within the Alhambra complex but the precautionary measures in place denied us the opportunity to fully appreciate the hotel’s history. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Wonderful location,excellent Covid measures and a very good restaurant.

Jul 8th, 2020

We have just spent three nights here and were very impressed with the way in which the hotel has dealt with the current situation.Everything was spotlessly clean,all staff wore masks and rooms were thoroughly disinfected between guests .We were impressed by the industrious manner in which staff disinfected tables and chairs once customers left the café/restaurant . The location is idyllic and consequently we didn't leave the Parador except to visit the Generalife and the Alhambra for which it is ideally located. On arrival we were asked if we would like an upgrade but we declined as we had selected our room preference on booking.We read from previous reviews that this was expensive so it was helpful to know what to expect.In many countries upgrades are complimentary or a nominal amount but this is not the case here .We appreciated the offer however as it is clearly Parador policy to offer guests the opportunity. We were on a half board basis but for convenience we had a light lunch here too every day. The restaurant setting on the outdoor terrace is delightful with its view of the Palace of the Generalife opposite .In fact it is quite mesmerising! Breakfast had been carefully adapted to fit the new normal.Guests are given their own serving tongs and they must wear masks.Wherever possible, as with fruit juices and fresh fruit small bottles or jars are ready filled so you have your individual portion to take to your table.Breakfast and dinner times must be pre-booked for your whole stay on arrival as this will prevent over crowding. We had light lunches of sandwiches washed down with a glass of wine.Food was nicely presented and cheerfully and efficiently served. The three dinners were had here were very good,service was attentive and the dishes were very well presented. Our started included,goats cheese,pâté, salmonejo ,fried aubergines, beef and all were tasty . Each evening we were given an appetizer from the chef and these were delicious and a very nice touch. Mains included lamb stew with almonds,suckling pig ,steamed hake,roasted sea bass and they were all delicious. The fish could have been hotter for my palette on one evening but it is a small point given the conditions staff are working under. Desserts were tasted and included the selection of Parador desserts which my wife loved as there were several small desserts to enjoy.I opted for sorbet and fruit as I was usually too full for anything more! It was our first venture in the new normal and it is hard to know what more staff could have done to make us feel safe .We certainly enjoyed every moment! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 5

Peace in the middle of history

Mar 21st, 2020

The Hotel Parador is located inside La Alhambra on the site of an ancient convent. It is a heaven of peace. The hotel has all the amenities of a modern 5 star hotel. While I stayed there, I felt very peaceful. The chaos from all the tourists doesn't seem to reach the inside of the hotel. And then, it is an easy walk to the downtown of Granada where you can find all the restaurants and bars. If you are ready to spend the money, then stay at the Parador. It is worth every penny. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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