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Stay in the heart and soul of the Alhambra

Since Romanticism's time, travelers from all parts of the globe have sought to sleep in the Alhambra.

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Stay in the heart and soul of the Alhambra

Since Romanticism's time, travelers from all parts of the globe have sought to sleep in the Alhambra.

The residents of Parador feel the unceasing feeling that they will soon be the rightful owners for a few hours at Alhambra, just as tourists return to Granada at dusk.

The Parador de Granada is unique because it lies within the Nasrid enclosure between fountains, gardens, and other breathtaking beauty.

A place that links the present and the past, half-way between Arab medievalism or the Christian Renaissance.

Its history goes back to 1495, three years after the taking, when the Catholic Monarchs commissioned the construction of a convent at the Nasrid Palace of the Infantes. This was given to the Franciscans (reference order of Isabel de Castilla). The building has continued to transform and enrich itself throughout the centuries.

The Parador de Granada is a historical monument because of the overlapping cultural and artistic elements. It offers a history lesson for those who visit its various rooms.

It is brimming full of life with many historical and artistic objects, maps and pieces of furniture, as well as numerous paintings. La Qubba, with views of Generalife, the canal, fountains, and the Cloister with its Tuscan columns, and the crypt.

The Parador is, above all, beauty, elegance and tranquility. It is a place you want to be and not just a place you go to. You can fully enjoy your time there, and not just the rest that is always required.

Its rooms are decorated with great care and detail. Time passes slower. Every corner is awash with the sediment of the centuries.

Some rooms have an Arabic decoration while others are reminiscent of their religious origins. The play of light transforms each room into an immersive multisensory experience. The bathrooms are all made with Sierra Elvira marble, to make them stand out.

Juan Francisco Castro, the head chef at El Almori in Parador, is a special mention. It's also located in a beautiful setting, the Generalife Gardens.

El Almori's menu focuses on seasonal products. Some of these are grown in the Alhambra's gardens. This is an immemorial tradition. Or the oil, made from old pike olive trees. Juan Francisco Castro and his colleagues have created a recipe book that combines Nasrid gastronomic resonances with roots, history, and tradition. They also make delicious breakfasts.

This is a very affordable culinary proposition that offers unbeatable value for your money.

A pleasant place to enjoy a coffee or an after-work drink, while taking in the tranquility, silence and peace of the surrounding.

The Parador, out of all the accommodations in Granada is the most unique and unique. It differs from other accommodation by continent and content. The guest can feel like a true Sultan by staying between walls. Or sultana.

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