We took two rooms based on the proximity to the palace and gardens. One can walk to the palace, which was the only advantage to this hotel. This hotel was obviously the Grande Dame when built in the 1920's. however, the original bathrooms and tiny, worn rooms are no longer becoming to this property. We found the management and staff poorly trained. When checking out, the front desk was more interested in the car stooped on the street than checking people out. I had to ask twice for a receipt. Very strange. The breakfast was quite nice. There are no restaurants outside the hotel within an easy walk. I don't what the hotels in the city are like, but we did spend two evenings in the city and found ample, wonderful restaurants and shopping. If we return, we will try to find something in the city, and take one of the many, inexpensive cabs to the palace. When visiting the palace, start first thing in the morning before the crowds arrive. The palace and gardens are fabulous.
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- Experience a revival of a grand tradition of European hospitality at Hotel Alhambra Palace. Inspired by the beauty of the Alhambra, our hotel conjures up a sense of culture, aristocracy and elegance. Relax on one of our terraces with a refreshing drink or outstanding gastronomy. Hotel Alhambra Palace has been offering stylish Granada hotel accommodation since 1910. Experience 100 years of tradition and unique Granada hotel living in the Hotel Alhambra Palace. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Alhambra Palace Granada
- Alhambra Palace Hotel