The Inn Network holds an important part of the Spanish history, and the Granada Inn is, maybe, one of the richest in a historical, architectural and cultural level.
Spending the night on its impressive rooms or just making a tour to know all its hidden secrets becomes mandatory in the city of the three cultures par excellence.
Today is one of the most renowed hotels in Spain, even when at te beggining it was built as a convent under the command of the Catholic Kings.
The past still noticeable in the rooms layout, that can be enjoyed as an unforgettable experience by walking through its gardens, exploring the history of the place or simply enjoying its gastronomy in the restaurant.
Located at the end of Calle Real in the Alhambra, the Granada Inn is built over an old Nasrid palace to create a convent entrusted to the Franciscan order. Due to its eclectic constitution, this building shows a unique mix of styles, underlining several elements of its Nasrid base in harmony with the Christian cloister traces.
One of the most remarcable elements is the impressive tuscan columns forest in the cloister, a renaissance remodeling of the medieval building.
Did you know? In the Isabel I’s testament, queen of Castilla, she reflects her desire of being buried in this convent dressed with the Franciscan Order habit.
– If the King, my lord, chooses to be buried in any other church of convent from any other location of my kingdoms, may my corpse be moved there, so the couple that we formed in life, reunited in heaven by our souls can be represented in earth by our corpses.Isabel I’s testament
As you can see, to spend a night in the gardens of Alhambra, between the murmur of its fountains and history, becomes an unforgettable Experience.
Because that is Granda: History and a deep soul. A mix that will make you ask for more.
What are you waiting for to explore Granada?