EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Granada
The best budget hotels in Granada... made simple.
Hotel Reina Mora is a two-star property located a few blocks from Plaza de La Arenas in Granada and just west of Alhambra. From here it's also a short walk to most tourist sites of central Granada.
The one-star Arabeluj is located in a modern building on the south side of the Alhambra near the Realjo side of Granada. The hotel is within walking distance of the castle and about a twenty-minute stroll from city center.
The Abades Nevada Palace is a big, four-star place that sits near the Science, Technology and Health Center of central Granada; from the property it's just a short walk to most tourist attractions.
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Granada has been attracting visitors by droves since the Middle Ages, when the city was the home base of Moorish leaders. Today, tourists descend upon Granada to visit the restored Alhambra palace, while taking in the city’s many other fine cultural attractions.
For budget travelers, Granada is surprisingly attractive, as it is home to many small hotels with reasonable rates, along with other family-run pensions. You’ll find many of these hotels in our guide. And do we even have to mention the city’s fine tradition of bars serving free tapas with any drink? Feast away, Cheapos!
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- Granada has a fairly comprehensive bus system, providing access to the major sights, the main train station, and the inter-city bus terminal. Exploring the city on foot is also a great way to get around.
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