Mirador Alhambra Apartments are located in one of the most symbolic districts in Granada, Albaycin, the ancient Arabic Quarter named a World Heritage Site in 1984. They face the Monumental Complex of the Alhambra, an architectural and historical jewel of the international cultural legacy. Just between these two wonderful places, we find what is said to be one of the most charming streets in the world, the “Paseo de los Tristes”.
Each apartment is fully furnished and has all the facilities to make your stay nice and enjoyable. They are decorated in different styles, which makes this complex an awesome and cosy place to visit and surrender to the charms of the city of Granada.
Two of the most outstanding aspects of this place are the gorgeous panoramic terrace, from which you will enjoy a stunning view of the Alhambra, and the fine design of every apartment, following different decorating styles. However, our most distinguishing and valued feature, according to our guests, is the personalized service we provide, which has enchanted those who visit us. From booking to departure, our work team will do their best to give you all the necessary information, as well as help you in all the issues relating to your stay and the surroundings.
Mirador Alhambra Apartments are situated in one of the most symbolic streets in the city, known as the “Paseo de los Tristes” as Medieval funeral processions passed through it on their way to the cemetery of the Alhambra city. No doubt there was a curious contrast between the feelings of beauty and grief over the ancient cobblestones which cover its pavements and bridges.
This is one of the liveliest areas in the city, with a wide variety of cultural and gastronomic offerings. You can delight in traditional dishes as well as gourmet experiences, all of them inspired by the melting pot of cultures which are the pillars of this renowned quarter.
Regarding the cultural offerings, you can enjoy a wide range of events, such as the ones celebrated at the “Palacio de los Córdova”, or the flamenco shows at typical stone cave houses carved in the mountain.
The closeness of River Darro gives this part of the city a special microclimate, influenced by the waters coming from the melting of Sierra Nevada. The name of this river has its origin in the traces of gold (Lat. aurum) it used to have in ancient times, a precious metal which was used in the decoration of the Alhambra.