We took a chance and booked this cave hotel in the gypsy quarter of Granada and it was great! One of our cheaper accomodation choices at 90 euros per night, we got two good-sized bedrooms (one with two single beds, one with one double bed), a kitchen, bathroom with shower and living room. There was also a lovely patio table out front. Our children (11 and 7) loved this cave house as it was large and unique. It was mercifully cool in June (the adults did find if a bit damp). The beds were comfortable and there was a good view of the Alhambra close by. You have to park down the hill and carry your suitcases up a ways. There are about 7 other rooms and a balcony above with a hammock and a few chairs.
The proprietor spoke a bit of English.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Opposite the Alhambra, caves in the hillside have been converted into houses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cuevas El Abanico Granada