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      Hospes Palacio de los Patos

      from USD 188 /night

      Member since 07/2004   Rooms 42   Architecture Hospes Design Team   Interior Design Hospes Design Team
      The Original

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      Member since
      07/2004
      Rooms
      42
      Architecture
      Hospes Design Team
      Interior
      Design Hospes Design Team
      The Original

      —Granada’s rich history thrives in an 1800’s palace retreat replete with mosaics, trompe l'oeil ceilings, and a grand marble staircase.

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      May 25, 2015 – May 27, 2015

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      • Dreamer Double Room

        • Dreamer Double Room
        • 23sqm (247sqf)
        • Double bed
        • Arabic Garden View
        USD 218 /night
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      • Dreamer Single Room

        • Dreamer Single Room
        • 23sqm (247sqf)
        • Double Bed
        • Arabic Garden View
        USD 218 /night
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      • Deluxe Double Room

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        • Deluxe Double Room
        • 28sqm (301sqf)
        • Double Bed
        • Arabic Garden View
        USD 327 /night
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      About your stay

      Converted from a 19th-century palace in Granada's historic center, the Hospes Palacio de los Patos is an urban oasis combining dramatic classical design with equally stunning modern architecture. Hospes has retained the splendor of such original elements as the grand staircase, while 42 well-appointed guestrooms and suites ensure that guests feel at home within an environment of vivid, sultry contrasts that fuse the city's Moorish influence with a Spanish-Iberian flavor. Visitors can settle into modernist comfort in two buildings—a classical section in the palace's heart and a new construction housing twelve rooms, plus a restaurant and spa. The subterranean area connecting the two structures is ingeniously covered with water tanks, allowing natural light to shimmer through. A lush Moorish garden showcases the sensuality of history, but guests can also sample contemporary Andalusian flavors in the Senzone restaurant. Together, it all brings the rich history of Granada into the future.

      Nearest Airport
      GRX - Granada Airport
      Food & Drink
      Restaurant & Bar
      Spa & Recreation
      Jacuzzi, Massage, Sauna, Outdoor Pool
      Conference & Meetings
      7 meeting rooms
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      Bellman, Breakfast, Concierge, Parking, Room Service

      The singular building occupies a considerable area in the Barrio de la Magdalena, a central commercial fixture ever since its establishment by the Arabs. The building successfully showcases components of classical design such as the striking façade with its wrought iron balcony.

      Architecture

      Classic Meets Fantastic

      Converted from a reconstructed 19th-century palace in the historic center, the hotel combines classic architecture with industrial elements. Due to its rich history, the architects focused on keeping the splendor of the original elements, such as the roofs, floors, and the grand staircase, while introducing highly contemporary design features aimed to break the uniformity of the classical construction.

      Architecture
      Classic Meets Fantastic

      Converted from a reconstructed 19th-century palace in the historic center, the hotel combines classic architecture with industrial elements. Due to its rich history, the architects focused on keeping the splendor of the original elements, such as the roofs, floors, and the grand staircase, while introducing highly contemporary design features aimed to break the uniformity of the classical construction.

      The singular building occupies a considerable area in the Barrio de la Magdalena, a central commercial fixture ever since its establishment by the Arabs. The building successfully showcases components of classical design such as the striking façade with its wrought iron balcony.

      Interior Design

      Past Progressive

      The interior reflects the desire to highlight the building’s original proportions, integrating them with a new, distinctive identity of multicultural design. White or black coconut leather is used throughout, combined with silver and stainless steel details. Light materials and shades are added to weightless textures of wood and stone, fitting in perfectly with the symmetrical compositions of the rooms.

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