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Andalusia, Granada, Spain
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🇪🇸Anda-Lose-Ia Yourself at This Amazing Granada Hotel!🇪🇸

See the wonders of Andalusia for less than $100 a night!

From $84

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RobArenella·1/24/2024
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Need to get away? Run away to Spain for an adventure in Andalusia's Sierra Nevada mountains and thrilling nights dancing flamenco in Granada, Andalusia.

Starting from just $84 a night, we've found this great hotel (5/5 on TripAdvisor, #3 hotel in Granada) that looks over the city and just a stone's throw from its celebrated cathedral and famed Alhambra complex.

One of the most famous cities in southern Spain, similar rooms can easily cost you more than $300 a night. But being the saavy seafarers that we are, we found some amazing rates for you!

Highlights

Excellent Design Hotel
Free Wifi
Great Food
Great for Couples
Luxury
Near the Slopes
Outdoor Pool
Rooftop Pool
Sauna
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  • Granada

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