Hotel Monjas del Carmen is located in the historic city center of Granada, at the confluence of the neighborhoods of the Albayzin, Realejo, at the foot of the Alhambra and next to the Cathedral and main monuments, tapas bars, entertainment and business.
Its 32 rooms are equipped with the latest technology in air conditioning and soundproofing. There is private parking in the building, exclusive use of our guests.
Hotel Monjas del Carmen offers free internet wi-fi for our guests and all rooms are equipped with Flat tv, International Channels, Air conditioning, Central heating, Safety box, Minibar, Laundry service, Cots and extra beds (on request), Wake up call, Telephone…
Hotel Monjas del Carmen is located at the foot of the hill of the Alhambra and also in the historic city center of Granada, the old Nasrid Mauror has kept its name until today, as well as the layout of its streets, one that gives the Hotel Monjas del Carmen its name, The convent of Carmelitas Calzadas was founded in the early sixteenth century, being Alonso de Loaysa its patron. Inside it contains important works of art as portraits of his patrons Loaysa lords, painted by Juan de Aragon, as well as sculptures by José de Mora and Jose Risueño, important representatives of the Granada School of the second half of the seventeenth century. Also, in this sector of the city was the old Jewish quarter. The memory of one of its most distinguished members Yehuda ibn Tibbon, philosopher, physician and translator, whose statue stands very close the Hotel.
Hotel Monjas del Carmen allows travelers to delve into the history of the city and its most important monuments, taking as its starting point the nearby Plaza Nueva where stands one of the most representative secular buildings of Granada, the palace of the Chancery, as this urban space linking the city with the Alhambra through Cuesta de Gomérez and two of the most iconic neighborhoods of Granada, the Sacromonte and Albayzin, following the Carrera del Darro. It also communicates with the Catholic Kings street that allows travelers to enter the area surrounding the cathedral, Alcaicería, Corral del Carbon and Plaza Bibrambla.