Saray Hotel Granada (Granada & Province)


Saray Hotel Granada (Granada & Province)
Saray Hotel Granada

country: Spain, city: Granada & Province (City: Centre)

Saray Hotel Granada Saray Hotel Granada

Location
Situated on Paseo Enrique Tierno Galvan, Saray Hotel Granada lies right opposite to the Congreso Hall with its panoramic lift offering a wonderful view of Granada. The Andalusian city that is home to the gipsy spirit of Sacromonte and Arab treasures of the Alambra lies in the shadow of the snow-capped peaks of Sierra Nevada.

Rooms
The hotel offers 213 guest rooms that are equipped with all modern amenities.

Restaurant
The cuisine of Granada is an explosive combination of traditional and innovative cooking, inspired by Nazarene and Mozarabic cultures.

General
During leisure, guests can relax at the cosy bar or take a dip at the refreshing swimming pool.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cafe
Cocktail bar
Garden
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities
Restaurant
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Mini bar
Telephone

Extra Information:

  • 15 km to the airport

  • 15 km to the train station

  • 1 km to the city centre
  • Address:
    Tierno Galvan 4
    18006 Granada


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