The Granados Palace is a journey through time, through periods when life was lived with intensity, nobility and conquests.
Rescued from oblivion, this harmonious building, converted into a hotel, offers visitors the chance to recover their inner peace among brightly lit spaces, water fountains and ancient pomegranate and orange trees.
The Granados Palace was built in the 18th century in the most classical Ecija Baroque style. After crossing the entrance hall, you enter the peaceful atmosphere of the splendid columned inner courtyard, with its ancient baroque water fountain, around which the rooms of the palace are arranged.
The lounge gives onto the garden, where the shade of the orange trees assures the peace and tranquillity of the country house rooms. The facade is decorated with frescoes. Behind the gate you can see the main courtyard, with a double gallery of columned arches.