Double or Twin Room

Double or Twin Room . . . Poetic and Artistic 

Our double and twin rooms are named after poems from "Olvidos de Granada":"Reino de La Polilla", "La Jitana Prendida por el Sol", "Corazon Nuevo", "Deseo", "Las 3 Diosas Brujas de la Vega" and "Melisendra".   These translate as “Forgotten Granada”: “Kingdom of the Moth”, “The Jitana arrested by the Sun”, “New Heart”, “Wish”, “The 3 Goddesses Bujas de la Vega” and “Melisandra”.

All of these rooms are located around the galleries of the first and second floors of this Granada Hotel which was built back in the 16th Century and features an inner courtyard. 

Each room is unique and has been decorated to an extremely high standard and furnished with hand selected furniture and individual pieces of art.   Large comfortable double or twin beds are made up with top quality bed linens.  The floors are terracotta and covered with oriental rugs creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.   One of the major features of the rooms is the high wooden ceilings which give an indication of the Moorish past of our unique building.  Gentle but effective lighting also go towards creating a relaxed and stylish ambience. 

Each room in this stunning Granada hotel comes with its own en suite bathroom which has the finest tiling, power showers and Molton Brown accessories.  They also come complete with flat screen TV and free WiFi is available in all our rooms and in our communal areas.

Our aim at El Ladron de Agua is to really make your stay in Granada truly special.  Part of fun of your visit no doubt is exploring our historic city and visiting the sights.  Our experienced staff are happy to give you advice on what to do and where to go to make the most of your stay.  Much of the city can be explored on foot, and due to our great location you can be safe in the knowledge that you can come back to our cool oasis of a Granada Hotel for rest and refreshment whenever you need to.

Beautiful hotel with a fantastic concept, in a great location

This is one of the best hotels we've ever stayed on. Not necessarily because of luxury or amenities but because of its wonderful and interesting concept, impeccable attention to details and charm. We spent two nights in August during a trip to Granada and the south of Spain and wished we could have stayed longer. We got to the train station in Granada and from there took a taxi to the hotel. The ride was cheap and took no longer than 15 mins to g…

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Fantastic

We stayed at this quaint hotel in Granada for vacation. The service, room and overall comfort were excellent. Highly recommend it. We stayed at the Generalife room, at the top of the hotel, very nice view of the Alhambra from our window.

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Features

 

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  • Original Artwork
  • Terracotta Tiling
  • Oriental rugs
  • Artistic Design
  • Solid Wood Ceilings

Amenities

 

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  • High End Bath Amenities by Molton Brown.
  • Free WiFi in the room and in the Common Areas.
  • Spring Water (replenished daily) in the Room.
  • Luxury Bedding.
  • Telephone.
  • Flat Screen Television.
  • 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.

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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.

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 ret…

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