parador de granada 4* granada
The building is in the Alhambra, a series of palaces started in 1238 and added to by later Arab rulers.
The Parador is part of a palace and mosque built between 1332 and 1354 which was later converted into a Franciscan convent with a charming tiled Patio remaining from this conversion.
Part of the building was the former chapel where the kings of spain were buried until their remains were moved to the Royal Chapel where they now lie.
The interior combines the Arabic and Christian styles with classical furniture, numerous portraits, engravings, embroideries etc. The bedrooms are all being different and have views of the famous buildings that make up the Alhambra site