Guadalupe Hotel

Paseo de la Sabica s/n (Alhambra), Granada, Andalusia, 18009, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $68.00

Travel Blogs from Granada

Sloth Day

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is

Author: Lauren

Read the title of this entry. Nuff said. The highlight was this evening during which we drank a bottle of red wine, ate a bag of popcorn, a block of chocolate and watched the Incredibles movie. (It's really good, I ...

Finding Flamenco in Granada

A travel blog entry by kgleeson


... me of what District Six in Cape Town might have been had it been allowed to exist and develop itself. Imagine.

I made my way up the steep slope to Sacromonte, the area where Granada’s gypsies used to live in caves carved out of the hillside. The hippie community of Granada now live there and they say it’s not the safest place to walk around so I’m glad I wasn’t with the girls for this part.

On my way back down into Albaicin, ...

The beautiful Granada

A travel blog entry by ryanandgeorgia


... night. But what a find - we are 50 metres from the Mezquita and right in the middle of the heritage town surrounded by so much Islamic and Christian history in story and architecture.

Can't wait for tomorrow and to explore this amazing place. Already thinking of extending our stay.
A flemenco bar is around 20metres away - that's tomorrow night sorted! Can't wait to see the kids' reaction to the drama and romance of it.


April 8th to 9th

A travel blog entry by kramsay


... Saturday night when I got back to Cordoba, I ate with my house mom but then went out to meet my friend ALex, because he had some friends visiting him from Madrid. A bunch of kids from the program met up and we had a great time hanging out at one bar together, before heading to a club. On Sunday, I was very tired so I slept in pretty late, went for a run and then cleaned and organized my room before my parents would see it the following weekend!!!!


Buy a beer get a free tapas

A travel blog entry by joelkat


... mountain). By the time we got there the tickets for the morning session were all sold out so we had to buy tickets for the afternoon session. With nothing else to do but wait we eventually walked down the hill to get lunch then back up the hill to get into the Alhambra. The site itself was very nice but it was also very full of screaming children, tour guides with whistles and super fat loud Americans. I imagine we fall into the judgmental kiwi category ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Realejo - San Matias area of Granada, is near The Alhambra, Granada Cathedral, Palace of Carlos V, and Plaza de Toros.
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