Apartments in Granada


To get yourself started on the apartment search, acquaint yourself with websites like that let you search for all sorts of apartment options: short-term, long-term, shared, individual, etc. Plus, check out our Granada city guide to decide which part of the city you'd like to settle into and temporarily call home!

Short-Term Apartment Rental:
Renting an apartment in Granada instead of staying in a hotel is becoming more and more common amongst tourists as an accommodation choice. Whether it be for a few days or a few weeks, instead of living out of a suitcase you could have a home away from home for a few days in a Granada apartment. Need to do your laundry? No problem. Hungry in the middle of the night? Don't head to the hotel vending machine- all you have to do is walk into the kitchen, open your refrigerator, and voila! Mid-night snack. At generally anywhere between € 50.00 and €100.00 per night, Granada apartment prices tend to be comparable to those of a mid-range hotel, although if you go during a big festival like Semana Santa, don't be surprised if the prices fluctuate.

Long-Term Apartment Rental:
If you're looking to rent a long-term Granada apartment to, let's say, study Spanish , be sure to take the time to find the right place for you. Spending a couple of nights in a hotel or hostel while you compare apartments, locations, prices, and roommates isn't too bad when it comes to your happiness during an extended period of time. After all, nobody likes to find out that they're paying € 500 a month for a room the size of a closet and a flat-mate who eats all your food! A single room in a shared apartment in the heart of Granada typically ranges betwen€ 150 and € 200- an unbeatable bargain! Also keep in mind that unless the ad says "gastos incluídos" (expenses included), you'll have to figure in another € 30 - € 50 for gas, electricity, water, etc. The price of a loft apartment just for you is of course an option, though prices will be much higher.

CaveCave Apartment Rental:
Finally, a one-of-a-kind opportunity in Granada is to rent a cave apartment in Sacromonte! With unbeatable views of the Alhambra as well as a quaint tranquility provided by Sacromonte's location removed from the hustle of the center, many visitors love this option. Don't worry- they may be cave dwellings but they've come a long way since the days of refugee gypsies who first installed themselves there centuries ago. With all the modern amenities, a cave apartment is a normal apartment but obviously with quite a uniquely cultural spin. While you can easily walk to and from the Sacromonte district, it's also linked to the city center by the Granada bus system.