Being the city that saw the birth of Flamenco, Granada was shaped between the poems of Federico García Lorca and included in the lines of Brennan. Crucible of cultures represented by neighborhoods like Albaicín (Arabic), Realejo (Jewish) or Sacromonte (gypsy), will allow you to enter in the bowels of the city and make you not want to leave its wonderful exoticism.
Granada Inn Hostel is located in the old town, 3 minutes walk from the Cathedral. The common area, with its old cobblestone surrounded by large wooden windows and the noise of the water of the central fountain, makes this place the sensation of being in an authentic Andalusian patio.
We want to make you feel at home by offering sangria, teaching to cook paella or telling you everything you can do to live an authentic local experience.