Fantastic traditional hotel-restaurant strategically located at 1300 meters high only 16 km from the ski resort of Sierra Nevada and 16 km from the center of Granada.
This renewed stabilshment is built in a 8.000 m2 plot and it has more than 900 m2, which are distributed on two floors. This charming hotel has 12 comfortable rooms, all of them with heating, air
conditioning, piped music, flat screen TV, safe, telephone and a modern bathroom with hairdryer.
Following the current regulation has an elevator and a room adapted for people with disabilities. It also has two changing rooms for the staff.
In its cozy lounge guests can relax in front of the fireplace after their sport day before entering into the spacious dining room with capacity for 130 people where we highlight the fireplace and its large windows. This space together with its fully equipped kitchen is one of the great attractivness of the business. The kitchen has a cold room and a freezer of 4m2 each. It also has laundry room with washing machine, dryer and ironing machine. The establishment also has a warehouse and boiler room.
This hotel also has a nice cafe with seating for approximately 40 people. Already on the outside it's worth to mention its terrace with views, the children's playground and the large parking.
Granada is in the south of Spain and is capital of the province known by the same name, with a population of 265,000 inhabitants and is located at the foot of Sierra Nevada. Distances to Granada by road from various Spanish cities: Madrid, 433 km; Cadiz, 454 km; Malaga, 128 km; Seville, 251 km. Granada's airport is 15 km away from the city on the road to Malaga. Sierra Nevada is 30 km and Granada tropical coast is 65 km away from the city. Granada's climate is friendly and dry, the air clean and healthy, with clear and cheerful skies. Strong winds, fog and snow are rare. The Granada region offers Spain's richest variety of climate and landscape, from the alpine vegetation of the Sierra Nevada to the tropical coast of Motril, where winter temperatures average 15 C while some villages in the Sierra experience minus 10 C. Perhaps no other region on the peninsula has such contrasting and manifold variety, unfolding at the foot of snow-topped mountains with the best skiing slopes and rich fertile plains, such as those mentioned for Granada and Motril, and those of Loja, Guadix and Baza. Granada offers some of Europe's highest mountains, the Sierra Nevada being the principal mountain range whose peaks are snow covered all year; they reach their maximum altitude in Mulhacen (3,481 m), Veleta (3,470 m) and Alcazaba (3,314 m).