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This 16th century mansion 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. The hotel incorporates water symbols and images into its decor that are important to Granada's history. Our interior courtyard has Tuscan columns and the rooms are full of small Moorish and Mudejar artistic treasures, which add to the romantic appeal of our hotel. We welcome you to stay with us when you come to Granada.
Set in a sea of emerald green forest and framed by the Sierra Nevada mountains it is one of the most magnificent palaces ever built.
Relax, unwind and let the sights and sounds of your stay sink in as you soak up a bit of history and get relief for sore feet and muscles at the local Arabic baths, or Hammams.
Starting at Plaza Nueva, the Grenadine Old Town climbs the hill opposite the Alhambra Palace. The maze of leafy narrow passageways open up into small town squares brimming with life.
Sacromonte today is the traditional Gitano quarter. Come to experience the views of Sacromonte on foot by day or in the flamenco bars by night. Not to be missed.
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.
"Contrastes" by Mª José Puerto. From 1st April to 3rd May. Opening: 1st April at 7.30pm. Visiting hours: 4.00 - 9.00 pm