Hostals and Hostels in Granada
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With its' Moorish influences still prominent across the city, highly reasonable cost of living, an abundance of great tapas bars and seemingly no end to fun and excitement, Granada really is the ultimate destination for travelers and tourists looking to have a great experience that won't cost them the earth.
The Moorish Quarter
The Moorish quarter of the town is located at the feet of the famous Alhambra and mostly north of the River Darro. Hostals and hostels found in this area are old, restored Moorish buildings that encompass a sense of what it would have been like to live here at the height of the Moorish rule. Streets are narrow and can be crowded but the atmosphere remains relaxed and despite the seeming lack of space, accommodation does not feel claustrophobic.
Beyond the Moorish Quarter
Heading North from the Moorish quarter, towards the university campuses and the train station, accommodation becomes more spacious and modern but loses Granada's unique arabic character. Staying here is good for those who are looking to make lots of excursions from Granada to surrounding destinations as accessibility will be easier and the roads less congested.
For those of you interested in adventure, the stunning Sierra Nevada Ski Resort is just a 40 minute bus ride from the city, meaning you can ski by day and be back on solid ground by night!
Situated on lively Elvira Street in central Granada, El Cascabel offers a popular tapas bar and free Wi-Fi access. It is located on the edge of the charming Albaicin district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Offering a central location within Granada’s colourful Arabic bazaar, Hostal Zacatin features simple rooms, a terrace and a 24-hour reception. It is set next to Granada Cathedral and Plaza Bib-Rambla Square.
This Hostal is wonderfully located in the very heart of Granada's enchanting city centre and has bedrooms with either shared or private bathrooms. Browse the Wi-Fi for free.
This 17th-century building is located on a pedestrian street in Granada’s beautiful Moorish Quarter of Albayzín. It offers charming, air-conditioned rooms with a TV and private bathroom.
Classic-style rooms with flat-screen satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom are available at Hostal Lima. It is located in Granada, 7 minutes’ walk from the city’s cathedral.
Hostal Mesones is located in the heart of Granada’s historic town, only 90 metres from the Cathedral, close to the Albaicin district and 20 minutes’ walk from the amazing Alhambra.
Within 15 minutes’ walk of the Alhambra and Granada Cathedral, Al-Andalus Hostel is set in a traditional Andalusian town house, centered around an interior patio. It features a 24-hour front desk, a bar, a shared kitchen and a wine cellar.
Oasis Backpackers' Hostel is set in a traditional Andalusian building with views of the Alhambra. It offers free internet, an outdoor patio and a roof-top sun terrace.
A 5-minute walk from Granada Cathedral, Barbieri Granada Hostel features brightly decorated rooms with free Wi-Fi. Set in Granada’s charming old town, it is a 4-minute walk from Bib-Rambla Square.
Featuring free Wi-Fi and a sun terrace, Hostel Vita is located in the district of Realejo, just 400 metres from Alhambra and Generalife Gardens. There is also free luggage storage and laundry service.
Located 300 metres from Granada Cathedral, Alhambra Zoom features free WiFi. This hostel offers rooms just 10 minutes' walk from the historic Albaicin district.
Centrally located, surrounded by shops and restaurants and just a 5-minute walk from Granada’s Cathedral, Granada Old Town Hostel offers air-conditioned rooms and free Wi-Fi in public areas.
This stylish hostel is located in Granada’s beautiful Albayzín district, 5 minutes’ walk from the San Nicolás Viewpoint. It has a charming garden with a tree house, hammocks and free Wi-Fi.
Hostals and Hostels definition
A HOSTAL (also know as a guest house) provides basic accommodation at a reasonable price and a private room. These are common in Spain and not hard to find, with many occupying a floor of an apartment block as opposed to a stand alone building. Rooms don't all come with en-suite facilities, however guests will usually have the option of this.
A HOSTEL in Spain is that which you would expect to find in most parts of the world - the opportunity to stay in shared dorms at a low price. These are often social hubs among travelers, with common rooms and, at times, cheap bars making them excellent places to meet new people or find another travel companion. Many hostels also have private rooms available, as well as dorms.