Hotel in the old quarter of Granada

June 12th, 2008 | by nick |

Hotel Zaguán del Darro*** Dating back to 1563, this hotel was formerly a Franciscan convent. The renovation of the palace has been undertaken carefully to retain its original Castilian style. Stunning marble columns from the Sierra Elvira, Roman in design with Corinthian capitals, and a renaissance fountain, form the elegant and luxurious hotel courtyard, designated a place of “artistic interest” by the UNESCO. More information

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