A Deluxe Experience with Alhambra Views

Delux Plus Room . . . A Moorish Masterpiece 

Located on the 2nd floor of one of the most historic hotels in Granada our deluxe plus room has superb views of the Alhambra from your very own romantic balcony.  Pull back the shutters and lie back and enjoy the sights of Granada from the comfort of your bed!   

This large elegant room has unique artistic elements with hand-picked furniture and takes its name from Juan Ramon Jimenez' poem "La Fuente Opalina" which translates as “The Opaline Fountain”.  It is the perfect place to relax after a busy day exploring the narrow streets of the Albayzin and the historic city centre.

This luxury room in our Alhambra hotel is warm and inviting and has terracotta tiled floors with oriental rugs, solid wood ceilings and furniture, original art and pieces of fine craft work. There is a large bed with sumptous bed linen there is even room to accommodate three guests when an extra bed is requested.  A large flat screen TV is a nod to the modern side to this Alhambra hotel which has WiFi in all the guest rooms and communal areas.

Gentle but effective lighting including LED bedside reading lamps creates a calming ambience to this beautiful and unique boutique room.  There is also a full sized bathroom with the finest tiling, a power shower, and of course, our fine Egyptian cotton linens.  Molton Brown bath products complete the package.

Our aim at El Ladron de Agua is to make your stay in Granada truly special.  We consider ourselves to be one of the most historic and well placed hotels in Granada and we are sure you won’t be disappointed with your choice of rooms.

Absolutely Perfect

A beautiful hotel just below the Alhambra and within a quick walk to everything. The staff was VERY friendly and helpful, and the room was spacious and clean, overlooking the small river out front. They have a Sherry tasting every night, so stop back in for some before heading out for dinner. I would recommend this place to all.

ephor from Reston, Virginia
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Classy, calm refuge in prime location

A tastefully and comfortably appointed 16th-century palace whose rooms evoke the music and poetry of Granada. Helpful staff and cozy rooms make this an excellent choice for enjoying the city's sites but also insulated to keep out noise. I plan to return and will recommend to friends and family. When I had a minor problem with my room, the desk manager came at once to investigate and made things right immediately. Service was terrific without bein…

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Features

 

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  • Moorish Decor
  • Bathroom with Shower
  • Facing the Front and the River
  • Views of the Alhambra
  • Original Artwork
  • Can accommodate 3 adults with an extra bed

Amenities

 

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  • Flat Screen Television
  • Telephone
  • Hair Dryer
  • Lighted Makeup Mirror
  • Bedside Reading Lamps

All Rooms Have

 

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  • High-end Bath Amenities by Molton Brown
  • Spring Water, replenished daily, in the Room
  • Luxury Bedding
  • Moorish and Individual Design
  • Free WiFi in the Room and in Common Areas

Understated Elegance and Comfort

A short walk from Plaza Nueva.

Latest Promotion

Book from 60 euros / breakfast included until end of June

Our Hotel

This 16th century noble house has been skilfully restored into a beautiful hotel with fifteen guestrooms. El Ladron de Agua, meaning "The Water Thief", is taken from the title of a poem by Juan Ramon Jimenez in Olvidos de Granada and is a showcase for local and regional art.

Our Legacy

On his visit to Granada, Juan Ramon Jimenez was taken by Granada's beauty and wrote a poetry collection drawing on his many Grenadine experiences; a collection now housed in the hotel library.

Location, location, location and more

You absolutely can't top the location of this stylish boutique hotel. Located at the foot of the path up to the Alhambra and just a block away from the plaza neuva and at the edge of the Albayzin it is located at the center of all that is Granada. Do…

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