Nazaries Business & Spa

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Maestro Montero 12, Granada, Granada Province, 18004, Spain
M.A. Nazaries Business and Spa
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Costs 58% less but rated 28% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families53
  • Couples55
  • Solo57
  • Business46

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Old & New inextricably mixed.Old & New inextricably mixed.

The Court of the Myrtle and the South Gallery.The Court of the Myrtle and the South Gallery.

View of the Alhambra Palace from the MiradorView of the Alhambra Palace from the Mirador

Perigrino (Mike) crossing Rio GuardalbarboPerigrino (Mike) crossing Rio Guardalbarbo

Forum Posts

parking outside city centre

by ara2


We will be driving from cordoba to Granada with the plan to get into alhambra as early as possible. Are there any parking space close to city centre (not inside the sity yet)where we could park and take bus conviniently. I know about the alhambra parking but the fee is quite expensive. We would like to spend almost a day in alhambra and albaicin without forking to much parking fee and worrying about how to drive inside the city centre. Thanks

Re: parking outside city centre

by puerto_lover

The Alhambra car park is well signed and it will be ideal if you plan to explore the Alhambra soon after arrival. I would head for the car park because others in the centre are similar in cost. There is one that offers cheaper costs but chances are that it will get you into a place that is then difficult to reach the Alhambra. The park I was thinking about is called Servero Ocho.

Or once you do your tour of the Alhambra drive around and get into another park.

Re: parking outside city centre

by johnincornwall

Agree with Puerto Lover. The Alhambra has a huge and well-signed car park. By the time you've uncovered a dark, subterranean car park in the city, that you can barely get your car around the corners, and got yourselves up to the Alhambra by paying the bus, you'll save next to nothing and lose out in convenience.

Not worth the bother!

We parked at the Alhambra, did the tour, then walked down to the centre and up the Albaicin. After such a day the 1 euro (at the time!) shuttle back up the hill was very welcome!

Re: parking outside city centre

by ara2

thank you pertolover and johnincornwall!

Re: parking outside city centre

by Jawnuta

Agree, and besides that driving in Granada is really not a problem. The city is not crowded at all, unless of course during the rush hours.
We drove there in July just before sunset (6-7 pm) and left around 10-11 am few days later and there was not too many cars on the streets.
Also the exit routes from the city are clearly marked. As long as you know where are you heading you can go by the street signs.

Travel Tips for Granada

Al Hambra Palace is the main...

by sandysmith

Al Hambra Palace is the main atrraction. Make sure you get there early - there are always queues and once so many are admitted the doors are shut to more visitors that day. Make sure you leave enough time for the beautiful gardens. The view looking across to the Al Hambra and the palace itself.

Granada by night

by Martin_S.

We arrived in the Albaycin area where we had read that there was an excellent view of the Alhambra, and it was true. But also we had this fantasic view of the city of Granada itself just after nightfall. Even without the view of the Alhambra the trek up here would have been worth it.

Festival of Crucifixes

by suvanki

Held on 3rd May each year in Granada- this is one of Granadas must sees!
A time of celebration and partying!

As far as I can gather, crucifixes are decorated with flowers in various neighbourhoods, then in the evening celebrations start with horse riders, singing, dancing, music, drinking and eating!

I arrived in Granada about 2000hrs, and as the bus passed by Plaza Nueva I witnessed people of all ages, some dressed in the traditional polka dotted flamenco dresses, or plain coloured silk dresses. I also spotted some men on horseback. By the time my taxi had arrived at my accom (we had to do a detour, due to the festivities) and I'd checked in, got changed and walked back into Granada, I'd missed the main parade. However, I came upon a small square, (Plaza Padre Suarez) where there was a bar, music and dancing, as well as a tableaux- a crucifix decorated with red flowers, an illuminated model of the Alhambra, plus religious figurines, and a table and chairs decorated with typical Andalucian home wear.

Granada in Springtime

by angiebabe

Visiting Granada in March was a pretty time with trees in blossoms of pink and white, and spring flowers around the hilltops and gardens.

Id been previously in August which was hot and dry but still of course very pretty and the Las Alpujarras not far from Granada was still beautiful with vegetation still looking lush and colourful.

Great venue, *** music

by kumari about Cambodia

Beautiful little club carved out of a cave with fairly low ceilings and exposed white plaster all over the place. The music was kind of crappy for dancing, I don´t think I would recommend it as a pickup spot because people generally go there with friends. But if you are going with your girl, it´s nice, very romantic and very scenic. Also for tourists, just plain nice to see. Cover on saturday was 5 Euros, including one drink. People are moderately well dressed but I wore sneakers and didn´t have any problem. Not a particularly fancy dressing place.


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Address: Maestro Montero 12, Granada, Granada Province, 18004, Spain