Hotel H2 Granada
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Room service
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel H2 Granada
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel H2 Granada
Travel Blogs from Granada
... was my first taste of South Spain, and it did not disappoint! We spent the first day wandering the condensed yet quaint streets, discovering immense churches, comforting coffee and intriguing vintage stores. We climbed an abundance of stairs at the end of the day to an ancient "bath" that offered a spectacular view of the city and the setting sun. Before it got too dark we ventured back down to find a suitable tapas bar for my ...
The red (or crimson) Alhambra palace, was the last Moorish palace. Part fortress, part palace, part water garden with a Moorish, Jewish and Catholic history. The rooms inside the Nasrid palace, created over more than 600 years, are decadently decorated, and the Generalife Gardens where sultans and Moorish kings once walked are truly beautiful. This shouldn't be missed!
... in 1492. The altar piece and other artwork was very ornate and impressive. We enjoyed our visit to the Capella Real especially since as we left the area we noticed a huge line coming out of the entrance door. We got there just in time !
The area around the Cathedral was fun to walk around. We had read about not accepting a twig of rosemary from any "gypsy" women around the Cathedral as they will then demand payment. We were ...
... town along the river, then up to and around the massive Alhambra grounds. We will tour there tomorrow. Incredible views! We shopped some in the Moroccan stalls and found some interesting wares. Ken eyed a pocket knife, but in the end, resisted it. We had a late dinner at a fancy restaurant with the lighted Alhambra in our view. It was a very cool ending to a great day in an interesting town.
... 3 different locations. Then when we did get to the right place, the guy asked to see our passports and of course (!), they were back at our hotel in the safe. We started to panic as we were booked to see the palaces at 9am and if you don't turn up on time, you miss out which just wasn't worth thinking about.
The guy behind the counter obviously took pity on us although he was sooooo slow, and offered us hard copies of the guides in French or Spanish. How very ...