Combing a sugar magnate's 19th-Century palace with a connected futuristic glass counterpart, the Hospes Palacio de los Patos's two buildings provide easy access into Granada.
Located in the heart of the city’s bustling commercial district, the hotel has 42 rooms and suites. Those in the palace have been thoughtfully restored and offer frescoes, original mosaic floors, or high ceilings. The modern building, by contrast, has brand new, purpose built and light filled rooms. Either way, you'll be in Granada's most stylish quarters.
The in-house Bodyna Spa has a range of tempting treatments, as well as a sauna and Turkish bath. You can sample delicious Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine in the sparkling Los Patos Restaurant that ranks as one of the city's best and is very popular with locals.
Granada's most popular attraction is the Alhambra, which is a 20-minute walk from the hotel and well worth a day of exploration. The old town is typically Andaulcian with winding cobbled streets, while the nearby town of Ronda makes a fantastic day trip with its spectacular trio of bridges set over a deep gorge and artistic sensibilities.