Granada Loft 6. 2 bedrooms for 6, terrace

From $159 / night

Description from the manager

  • House
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

Type: House

Granada Loft 6. 2 bedrooms for 6, terrace

Wonderful loft-style duplex with a large private terrace overlooking the roof-tops of the old Albaicín quarter. The apartment is centrally located by the Darro river at the very foot of the hill leading up to the Alhambra.

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FEEL AT HOME: The living-dining area is spacious, and brightly lit by enormous glass walls with wonderful city views. There is a modern kitchen for self-catering, and a dining table which seats up to 6.

2 BEDROOMS: On the lower floor is the first of two bedrooms, with twin beds. Spiral stairs lead to the upper level, composed of a large open-plan space with a sleeping ...Read more

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Granada Loft 6. 2 bedrooms for 6, terrace
Granada, Andalusia, Spain

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Additional Location Information

Set on a hill facing the Alhambra, the ALBAICÍN neighbourhood is a labyrinth of narrow streets and squares – a reminder of its medieval past. Alongside the Alhambra, it became a world heritage site in 1984.

The Abaicín has been constantly inhabited since Roman times, prospered under the Nasrids and by the mid-14th century was home to Arab and Jewish craftsmen and traders. Still today, there’s a distinctly moorish flavour in the ever-popular Morrocan tea-rooms and shops on Caldereria Nueva.

The history of the neighbourhood is reflected in it’s architecture - there are still some original moorish houses, parts of the old city walls and even the remains of an 11th century arab bath complex. But the Albaicín is perhaps most popular for the spectacular views of the Alhambra. Crowds gather at the Mirador de San Nicolás to enjoy the sight - and it is certainly worth the climb. If you are willing paying extra for a drink at one of the terrace bars, or a meal at one of the restaurants, you can escape the throng to enjoy a more private view of your own.


- View of the Alhambra from the Mirador de San Nicolás
- Casa de Castril, the archaeological museum
- Arab Baths - both historic remains and a modern version
- Churches and Moorish city gates

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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