Living History in tourism since 1910. Luxury Palace hotel inspired by the Alhambra Palace monument itself, faithful representative of a renewed tradition and high European hospitality. Culture, pleasure, elegance and aristocracy coexist in this centenary hotel, pioneer of tourism in Andalusia and Spain.
126 comfortable junior suites and double/twin rooms, all and each one of them with a special charm. Unforgettable views to the romantic city of Granada or corners of the romantic forest of the Alhambra.
We offer excellent gastronomy and relaxation on our terraces and balconies, and we also hold events and incentives in its spectacular panoramic lounges landmarked by the UNESCO, keeping the original decoration, but offering the latest technological advances of the XXI century.
106 years later, staying at the Alhambra Palace hotel, it is a unique experience: living the Alhambra.
The love story between the International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada and the Alhambra Palace Hotel adds so many years would have to go back to the beginning of the event to know when and how it all began. This luxury hotel and next to the Alhambra and countryside, have everything in hand […]READ MORE
The International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada is a living instrument of cultural, educational, tourist and socioeconomic activity all within a common framework of EMOTION. This is reflected not only in the programmes and their contents, but also in the way in which these activities are presented to audiences. Emotion expressed in artistic offerings of […]READ MORE
Sierra Nevada, The Valley, … Granada from the terrace of the Hotel Alhambra Palace, which opens all its spring-summer season with a renewed Cocktails List that will make you have unforgettable days and nights. Chic drinks, full of flavor, sparkling cocktails refreshing and classic products, even offering an special creation, the Alhambra, dedicated to all […]READ MORE
Since its opening on 31 December 1909, the cuisine has been an important part in this hotel. New Year’s dinner, but apparently there was no tradition of taking the grapes, was one of the most important events in the agreement was signed in the presence of King Alfonso XIII. 105 years later, our cuisine is still a […]READ MORE