Villa Oniria

Historic hotel with a fine-dining restaurant, a beautiful outdoor courtyard, and a spa

Overview

Though set a little outside the city center, Villa Oniria feels like the perfect reprieve. Its 19th-century palace contains a neoclassical interior yet preserves its traditional Andalusian courtyard with a quiet garden. Enjoy dining at the onsite restaurant or relax in the hotel's cozy fireside lounge. You'll also find a spa with a water circuit, sauna, and fitness center.

Pros
  • Set in a renovated 19th-century palace that follows the architectural laws for Andalusian buildings, you get both a neoclassical interior and a traditional outer courtyard with a garden and fountains.
  • Enjoy your meals at the Onírico Restaurant, which offers alfresco dining in the garden area.
  • Relax in one of the hotel's common areas, including the cozy fireside lounge or a living room with garden views.
  • Some rooms have private patios with sun loungers.
  • There's a spa with relaxing treatments, a fitness center, a sauna, two small pools, and a cold water shower.
Cons
  • The hotel isn't in the city's historic center, so plan on walking a little more or taking a taxi to get to some of the city’s prominent sites.

Hotel Information

4-star Hotel
+34 958 535358
San Anton 28
Free wifi

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Authenticity

Set in a 19th-century palace, the hotel renovated the building while preserving its heritage, with a neoclassical interior and an exterior featuring gardens and fountains in its traditional inner courtyard.

Location

Set slightly out of the tourist area, Villa Oniria is just two blocks from one of the city's hidden gems: the leafy, tree-lined ​​Plaza Bibataubin, established in the 1930s. You can also easily walk to other sites often missed by travelers, including the Fuente de las Granadas and Puente Romano. You'll still be within walking distance of highlights like the Catedral de Granada, Albaicín, and Alhambra.

Rooms & Bathrooms

Rooms are warm and comfortable, though they have fairly standard furnishings. If you'd like a bit more space and elevated decor, opt for a suite or penthouse room, which both have seating areas and a private outdoor terrace.

Other Highlights

Villa Oniria offers quite a few highlights, including the gourmet ​​Onírico Restaurant with a tasting menu and extensive wine list. Though you can certainly eat in the elegant dining room, the restaurant also offers outdoor seating in the inner courtyard, complete with gardens and fountains. You can also relax in the spa or one of the hotel's lounges, such as its fireside lounge.