Welcome to Hospes Palacio de los Patos, your Granada “home away from home.” Hospes Palacio de los Patos aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Cathedral and Royal Chapel (0.4 mi) and Escuela Delengua (0.5 mi), guests of Hospes Palacio De Los Patos can easily experience some of Granada's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and Hospes Palacio De Los Patos Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy an indoor pool and a lounge during their visit.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Bar Los Diamantes, Bodegas Castañeda, and El Mercader, all of which are a short distance from Hospes Palacio De Los Patos.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like The Alhambra (0.9 mi), Hammam Al Andalus Granada (0.6 mi), and Mirador de San Nicolas (0.9 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Hospes Palacio de los Patos puts the best of Granada at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Great little boutique style hotel on the heart of Granada. Easy to walk to good shopping, restaurants and the River area beneath the Alhambra. Room was big (we had a king), super quiet and had nice amenities in the room. Huge, unique bathtub! All the staff was very nice and accommodating. We only stayed one night but would have loved to stay longer.
We really loved this hotel. It is a beautiful old palace. The staff were super friendly and they upgraded us to a beautiful suite (on the lower floor). The room was amazing (huge) and very comfortable. They even provided free wine and water in the room. The location of this hotel is also ideal: walking distance from many wonderful places in Granada.
Lots to like about this hotel: • The staff were very pleasant and welcoming (good English is spoken but equally they were all happy to converse slowly in Spanish with me) • Great Aperol Spritzes in the bar area • Amazing location • Great looking property, which is clean and well-maintained • Very efficient valet parking system (which means that you can park outside and then the horrors of trying to park in Granada are taken care of for you!) • Nice room, if slightly odd in that you enter through the bathroom (in the new-build part of the hotel) And things that I didn't like: • Horribly slow check-in • The phone in the room didn't work, so I couldn't phone reception to tell them that the internet password didn't work! • After visiting reception, I was given a new internet password, which worked slowly. • I couldn't work out how to turn off the illuminated table next to the bed, so resorted to pulling out the plug. By the state of the plug socket and wires, I was not the first to do this! • Breakfast was not that extensive and pretty bland. • But worst of all, and the reason I shall not be returning ... it was incredibly noisy. I have stayed in other hotels in Granada and had good night's sleeps. Not so here, where I could hear pretty much everything going on outside, including the revellers in the middle of the night and the garbage collection a couple of hours later. Perhaps a member of staff should sleep in Room 123 to hear the problem. …
Good location with 5 minutes walk to the center. Hotel front desk and specifically Sonia was very accommodating, patient and helpful in last minute dinner reservation. The new building rooms were very comfortable and spacious.
This very unique hotel is in an old palace that has been converted giving it a beautiful atmosphere. While there are no doormen they will take your bags to your room while you use a small elevator. The location of this property makes it easy to tour the cities landmarks as well as shop and visit many of the restaurants. The service is great and the rooms were very comfortable.
My wife and I spent three nights at this hotel as part of our tour of Andalusia. The hotel comprises two parts, the original historical mansion which accommodates guest rooms and the Reception with a newer modern wing adjacent. Our room was situated in the newer wing in which a buffet breakfast was served daily. The hotel also houses a restaurant for lunch and dinner. Our room was an Alabaster room which as the name suggests was furnished in alabaster throughout and was very modern and comfortable. A coffee maker, TV and bar fridge was provided. It is located in the main shopping area of the city so is therefore some way away from the Alhambra and a very uphill climb. We opted for a taxi from the front of the hotel to the Alhambra with a walk back, mostly downhill. Parking is available in an underground car park at the hotel at a cost of circa €25 per day.…
I would not choose to stay here again. The front desk staff was curt upon check in. We had to ask for ice multiple times to chill the complimentary bottle of wine -- they would promise to bring it right up and then we would have to ask a second time. Lots of apologies for things but no resolutions. Guests may reserve the spa for less than an hour -- the pool is the size of a large hot tub but not hot and in the basement. Both times we reserved, the spa staff had no idea we had signed up (no communication from the front desk?). The first time the sauna was cold and no one was there to help us turn it on. During our reserved time, seven more guests arrived so we were asked to leave. The second time (next day with 24 hour notice) we arrived to find the spa already full of guests. No apology from the front desk. The breakfast and outdoor bar service was fantastic. We are not sure why this is a Virtuoso property as it does not check any of their usual boxes except location...it is a great location for walking all over Granada. There is a nice park nearby for walking/running also. Our room was comfortable and clean. We travel with a sound machine so noise was not an issue. They do not have fans. For us, the hotel can be lacking if the service is amazing and in this case, it was the opposite. The front desk staff (typically two people) sit at desks with computers in front of them -- we felt like we were interrupting them every time we had a question or request. Their was no personal connection or friendliness from any of them. People make or break the stay.... I would not stay here again.…
Imagine our delight to find we were upgraded to a luxurious suite fit for a queen in the historic building. Our room was up a beautiful marble staircase and vastly spacious with high baroque painted ceilings and intricate crown moulding. There is a small spa downstairs with steam room, sauna, and jacuzzi and the restaurant has a lovely outdoor terrace with fountains and pergola overhead. The breakfast was simple but quite nice and the servers were attentive and friendly. The location is very central within walking distance to the main sites and many small streets to explore with colorful shops and restaurants. We enjoyed our stay and recommend the hotel if you are visiting Granada. Thank you for a memorable stay.
Lovely stay here, which exceeded our expectations! This is a real oasis of the centre of Granada, & peaceful to return to at the end of a days sightseeing. About 15 mins walk to the cathedral area and 10 mins to Navas The staff were all really cheerful & helpful. It was easy to drive to & then the hotel staff parked the car for us. Our room was in the main hotel- spacious with a very comfy large bed & gorgeous pillows. Very strong shower & lovely complementary toiletries. We had breakfast outside on the terrace- good coffee and a variety of food. I tried the spa treatments, which were also great- my therapist (Bibi, I think) tailored treatments to meet my sore back & neck. I didn’t notice much street noise, but then I do have my husband’s snoring to content with! I would definitely stay here again! Thank you!…
We were lucky enough to stay in the old 'palace' part of the hotel which is stunning. Perfectly located to visit Granada without needing to use the car. Breakfast was so good and far too much choice! Our trip was made special by lovely Carmen on reception who gave us so much advice and information that helped make our visit really special.