In Bib-Rambla Square!!!
2 single beds, 1 double bed, 1 double sofa bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- DVD player
- hob cooker (electric)
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- induction fire
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- visa, mastercard, amex accepted with prior notice
- TDT television
Located in Bib-Rambla Square, the Jazz Loft is the best choice for people like you who are willing to enjoy a unique experience in a unique city
In Granada’s city centre, this is the most powerful combination of colour and design – pure Jazz…
The area surrounding apartment
Located right in Granada’s city centre by the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel, and the most colourful and miscellaneous street markets in Granada, you will easily reach every inch of the city.
In one of the main squares of Granada, Bib-Rambla, which means “The Sand Gate” in Arabic, every corner of this city belongs to one of the stories that composed History.
A cultural journey… a romantic journey…with family…with friends…
Granada is a city for everyone…Experience it from the Jazz Loft.
Less than a 1 minute walk from a public parking garage
The Jazz Loft has bright, spacious rooms.
Four people, out of a maximum of 6, will enjoy a well-deserved rest in two homey, nicely coloured bedrooms, furnished with one double bed and two single beds.
The whole Loft is bathed by light entering through the balconies of the living room, whose decoration is based on a warm, lively and artful taste.
A dynamic city, Granada has a historic centre with a great variety of architectures from different periods, which makes it a great attraction for the visitor… from the large avenues to the long side streets that run through the city, its streets are the perfect setting for large firms as well as smaller businesses where the owners surprise us with vanguard designs. We can enjoy endless stops on a culinary tour of the city with something for everyone, even those with the most refined of palates.
There are plenty of museums and monuments situated in this part of the city – the Cathedral, considered the first Renaissance church in Spain and one of the greatest exponents of this artistic order. The Catholic Kings mandated its construction in 1492 and it was originally based on the gothic model of the Toledo Cathedral. In the Royal Chapel, which houses the remains of D. Fernando de Aragón and Dª Isabel de Castilla, Dª. Juana I and D. Felipe I and prince Miguel…we find a deep historic and human sentiment and recognize its religious importance, expressed with rich artistry: architecture, sculpture, paintings, gold and silverworks, tapestries... all expressed in three styles: gothic, renaissance, and baroque.
You can visit the temple and its architecture and decoration, the royal mausoleums, and the crypt, the main altarpiece, the fenceline, the altarpieces and the baroque sculptures.