Eating next to the Alhambra

Discover our restaurant

A large window that goes across the hotel facade allows for guests to see the privileged setting, large and bright. Our restaurant can accommodate approximately 130 guests.

Our cuisine has its deep roots in the rich and traditional Andalusian gastronomy, to which our chef Alfonso Andrés adds his broad experience earned on the Mediterranean coast, where he established his solid cooking skills. This translates to an extraordinary talent making rice dishes and paellas, one of the main and most solid values of our cuisine.

Enjoy a good breakfast to start the day

Our clients tell us that one of the most pleasant and evocative moments of the day is the enjoyable breakfast by the restaurant’s window with the first rays of sun coming in, filtered by the trees that lead to the Alhambra.

Whether you chose the large and varied buffet or something more frugal and light such as the continental breakfast, it is a great way to start the day and recharge the batteries ahead of the exciting day visiting our city.

We believe to have found the way that encompasses good value for money and we provide two menus daily as well as a small suggestions menu that mix the best of Spanish cuisine with Andalusian culinary taste. Exquisite dishes such as flambéed sea bass with green pepper or roast shoulder of segureño lamb mix with Granada’s traditional stewed oxtail or the classic baby beans with cured Trevélez ham.

The rice dishes and paellas deserve their own section, a speciality of our chef that you shouldn’t miss out on during your stay in our hotel.

And lastly, visit our cafeteria

There are places, like Juan Ramón Jiménez said about his hometown of Moguer, that have “natural light with time inside them”. One of those places, and one we are very proud of, is the cafeteria in our hotel, located next to the entry hall and the small television room. Here you can enjoy a midday snack or relax in the afternoon while you read a good book and sip on a drink, with the light “that finds it so hard to leave Granada”, as our universally-famous poet Federico García Lorca used to say, coming through the windows.