What We Liked
- The residence hall is extremely well thought-out for comfort, fun, and focusing on studies. The study room is a calming space where students can study for classes and exams, while the common area, equipped with a big flat-screen TV and comfortable couches, is perfect for hanging out and relaxing with hall mates!
- The common outdoor terrace is furnished with wooden patio furniture and has access to an L-shaped pool that overlooks the rooftops of traditional Granada homes.
- All of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms, allowing tenants to have independence and privacy.
- Most of the rooms are equipped with A/C units to keep tenants nice and cool during the hot Granada summers.
- Bed linen and towels are included; with high-speed Wi-Fi accessible in common areas and all rooms, tenants can simply move-in and start exploring Granada!
- The common areas are cleaned continuously and weekly cleaning of all rooms is included in the price, so tenants will always come home to a clean space!
- For added security, there is video surveillance in the hallway and common areas.
Things to keep in mind
- The price includes breakfast from Monday to Friday; tenants have the option of including lunch and dinner as well. Please consult individual rooms for pricing options. For those who prefer to cook their own meals, there is a big and well-equipped shared kitchen.
Bus lines SN1 and S0 are within a 5 minute walk from the residency.
Home of the world-famous Alhambra
At the feet of the incredible Alhambra is the Realejo – the city's old Jewish Quarter, or judería.
Typical Andalusian architecture: beautiful and ancient.
Whitewashed buildings and high-walled courtyards.
Dominated by the Alhambra and the Generalife.
But, there is still plenty to do and see in the rest of Realejo.
Even if it's something as simple as relaxing in the sun by the river.
What can I do here?
Famous across the world and foremost in Realejo is La Alhambra. This stunning Moorish palace and fortress is what Granada is best known for.
Besides the palace, other buildings, and gardens surround and fill the complex.
Spend a day here, strolling through the courtyards to a soundtrack of tinkling fountains.
Admire the intricate Islamic architecture. Imagine stepping back in time.
Explore the exotic Generalife gardens, the heat pricking your skin as you gaze at the snowy Sierra Nevada.
It dates back to the construction of a small fortress on the site in 889 on the ruins of an old Roman building.
By 1333 it had become palatial, the home of Yusef I, Sultan of Granada.
Since Christian annexation of the Caliphate of Granada in 1492, it has survived alterations, additions, neglect, and destruction. And still it endures.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)