Hotel Macia Gran Via Granada
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
Photos of Hotel Macia Gran Via Granada
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Macia Gran Via Granada
Travel Blogs from Granada
After dinner, we walked around the area of the Plaza Nuevo as we finished too early for our 8 PM appointment.
... day. We are mostly independent and just walk around the city and go wherever we would like to go. We buy lunch and dinner on our own and we have loved going to all different kinds of tapas bars. It is also fun being legal and being able to try the different sangrias and "tintos de veranos" or wine mixed with lemonade. I promise I'm not going crazy, just one with dinner :) all the food is very good. Lots of it is fried, but it is all very fresh. Croquettes are some of ...
... breathtaking the higher and higher we went, we drove through many towns in the hills and one called Gudix was very well inhabited and very busy. As we drove nearer to Granada we passed fields and fields of tomato plants under their plastic covers, this went on for miles. The mountains now had snow on them and at 1400km plus there was plenty of snow to see and the temperature was now 4 degrees. We stopped for a coffee, the cold hit us as we got out of the car so we wrapped ...
... of green at the broad valley floor where we sighted plantations of narrow and straight trees and vegetable crops. The diversity of even a relatively short journey as we did today is amazing.
We neared Granada and followed m'ladies instructions to exit the autovia for a winding entry into this city of much greater size than I'd expected. We managed to locate and program in the address of our apartment (drawn from an old email I found) and was a little perplexed when ...
... or down to avoid the droppings... The main attraction in Granada is the Alhambra, a massive palace and fortress, built on the top of a mountain. Its architecture has a mix of Muslim and Spanish influence, where after each subsequent conquest, buildings were built as a means of saying "up yours" to the other. My knowledge of the history of the palace is a bit shoddy since we decided to save money by only buying one audio tape between 6 people ...