There are low-cost Granada hotels that will make your stay affordable. In Atarfe, a land with a rich agricultural tradition, budget-conscious travellers can stay at Hotel Corona de Atarfe, a family-owned, two-star hotel. The facilities here are basic but guests are provided with necessities such as air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, and Internet access. Try local dishes at the restaurant and trace Atarfe’s Arab roots in its exotic flavours.
A touch of Moorish design complements the vibrant décor of Hotel Juan Miguel, a three-star facility in Acera del Darro. It boasts of the perfect location -- right in the city centre. Mythical and historical walking tours are held daily at nearby Plaza Bib-Rambla. Also in the vicinity is Restaurante Las Tinajas, graced by royals, politicians, and bull fighters alike for its sumptuous Granadino dishes. Guests will also be able to pay homage to Granada’s patron saint at neighbouring Basílica de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias.
Another low-cost option in the heart of Granada is the aptly named Hotel Granada Centro, a comfortable place to rest after a day of sightseeing. Patrons will enjoy the plazas lined with orange trees, shops selling native handicraft, and bars offering tapas. Street musicians, flamenco performances, and views of the Alhambra are a common spectacle.
A stylish Granada hotel which was remodelled in 2008, Hotel Universal is another prime accommodation. Nearby are the Casa de las Pisas Museum, the Archaeological Museum, and the Provincial Fine Arts Museum. The tourist hotspot, Generalife, is also close by, and so are other palaces: Daralhorra and the Casa de los Tiros.
Also near the tourist attractions, but far from the noise, Suecia is a cosy nook guests have called “lovely,” “idyllic,” and “charming.” This hotel’s rooms are clean, and the staff is friendly. Customers will definitely get value for their money.