Old-world glamour and dreamy decadence in Granada’s cultural centre
You’ll enter the hotel via a ‘members only’ library entrance, leading into a lobby of emerald walls and velvet drapery. Antique mirrors and a coved wood ceiling add to the feeling of playful mystery – a tone reflected in the colourful rooftop Sky Lounge. And the extravagance doesn’t stop there. Each room overflows with the charm that gives this hotel its edge: warm, deep hues and bronze accents, romantic lamps and mirrors – and a bathroom that takes its cues from the glazed mosaics of the Alhambra.
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Step outside the hotel into the baroque Plaza de la Trinidad where birdsong and fragrant notes of jasmine and orange blossom define the summer months. Or seek serenity in Granada’s Cathedral, the final resting places of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand. Wider Granada is an explorer’s paradise – from palaces to spice markets, tapas tours to fiery flamenco. The Alhambra is a must, a soaring ‘red citadel’ that is a living, breathing museum to Moorish culture. While a hop, skip and 40km journey from Hotel Seda Club brings you to the natural beauty of Sierra Nevada. Pack hiking boots to tackle the Iberian Peninsula’s highest peak, Mulhacen, where clear days promise Mediterranean views and winter brings over 100km of ski-perfect powder. And those with a car can be at Costa Tropical within the hour, for authentic Spanish seaside spirit. After a day of adventures, return to the solace of the hotel for fresh market produce, cooked to perfection by the Castro brothers.
Enjoy your stay!