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Granada is a fascinating, humble city located in the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain, and has something to offer for just about any traveler. Hotels.com can help you find the best accommodation for your needs - offering an optimized search service that does all the hard work for you; narrowing down every room that Granada Hotels have to offer to your exact specifications. Hotels.com highlights any current deals to save you money whilst you're residing in the area, and our site also provides real reviews from those who have experienced these hotels in Granada first-hand to give you clear picture of what expect from the accommodation on offer.

What's Granada like?

Most people visit Granada to take in the magnificent sight of the ancient fortress of Alhambra, yet the tight, winding streets, high steps and hills that define the city provide Granada with a strong sense of character all by itself. Unlike anywhere else in Spain, Granada is quaint and traditional yet curiously modern at the same time. Offering food, drinks, and sunshine aplenty, people in this city drift along at a saunter. Granada also holds together two separate cultures, with some streets giving a feel of Southern Spain and others being home to Islamic stalls, shops, shisha bars, and music. Despite being a relatively compact location, the uneven terrain of Granada is sure to wear out even the most ardent traveler after a day of exploring, and it's essential to make sure that you're booked into a high-quality hotel for a good night's sleep following a busy day.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Granada

The local citizens of Granada are relaxed, friendly and kind. Whilst there is a split between streets of Spanish and Islamic culture, the whole city seems to exude a harmoniousness that spreads across the varied lifestyles and ethnic races. At Hotels.com we offer a wide variety of customer reviews of the location, along with a selection of tips and tricks for making the most of your visit which can be hugely helpful once your arrive in the city. Unlike much of the rest of Spain, the restaurant owners and taxi drivers in Granada tend to speak broken English at best, so it's definitely in your best interests to learn some of the Spanish basics before you arrive. If this is something you don't feel too confident about, Hotels.com know the Granada hotels with the most English-speaking staff, and can guide you towards Granada hotels where you will feel the most comfortable so that you can enjoy your visit as much as possible.