Arabigo-Andaluz Style Hotel to Relax in a Quiet Environment

Renovated in 2004, the house's original atmosphere has been maintained.

All original materials have been recycled, so the house keeps its original Arabic-Andalusian style, original wooden beams and stone work are exposed.

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Cosy and quiet, the hotel is located next to the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel of Granada, in the same street where the Museum Federico Garcia Lorca will be located.

Precisely, the granadan poet's work has served as inspiration for the restoration and decoration of the hotel which was attended by various Andalusian artists.

Hotel Casa Fedrico also offers a nice terrace overlooking the Alhambra, the Albaicín and Sierra Nevada, where you can enjoy a drink at the end of the day.


It has 15 double rooms, all with:
- Private bathroom.
- Flat-screen tv.
- Free wifi.
- Phone.
- Air conditioning.
- Parking, price: 10 euros / day.
- Breakfast: 4.95 euros / pax.
- Wake-up service.
- Bar service.
- Luggage storage.
- Management of booking tickets for the Alhambra, etc.


Centre, 200m from the Cathedral, between Trinidad Square and the Botanical Garden


Low season : 45 - 80 euros
High season : 65 - 110 euros

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