Granada Province, Spain

Cortijo del Marqués

Rates from (ex tax)$118.78

Price information

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Twin Room: La Zarza

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
This 24sq m room, set on the first floor of a historic outbuilding close to the main hotel, has a vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams. Named for its views of brambles and olive groves, this room has twin beds, which can be joined to make a double bed on request, and an ensuite bathroom with a walk-in shower (large enough for two) lined in local marble. Farmhouse-style furnishings and wooden doors add to the room’s rustic charm. Rooms have WiFi, free bottled water and La Chinata toiletries.

Twin Room: La Higuera

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Located on the first floor of an annex building, this 26sq m room has views of the surrounding olive groves and the eponymous fig tree. There are twin beds, which can be joined to make a double bed on request, and an ensuite with a spacious walk-in shower made of local marble. Rooms have WiFi, free bottled water and La Chinata toiletries.

Standard: La Cuadra

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
La Cuadra (aka ‘the Stable’) is a delightfully quirky place to hit the hay. Housed in the property’s former horse habitat, it has retained many of its original features: the comfy double bed lies alongside the stables’ original wooden mangers; and exposed wooden beams and pillars, Spanish-tiled floors and vintage furnishings complete the breathtaking bucolic decor. There’s an ensuite wet-room with a shower and La Chinata toiletries; and this room is suitable for families and mobility-impaired guests, with ramp access and grab bars and a shower seat. There’s also space for a cot.

Superior: La Carpintería

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
La Carpintería (aka ‘the Carpentry’) is much more romantic than its name suggests, decorated in rustic style, with a king-size four-poster bed (and room for a cot) and vintage wooden furnishings; including a desk made from an antique carpenter’s work bench, dark-wood shutters and an ornate trousseau at the foot of the bed. The sitting room – with two comfy damask-covered armchairs and exposed wooden beams – is two steps up from the bedroom; and the ensuite features a rain shower and La Chinata toiletries.

Superior: El Torreón

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
El Torreón (aka ‘the Tower’) is a romantic double that sleeps two adults with room for a cot. Sunlight streams in through four large windows that open onto lovely views of the surrounding olive trees and the Cortijo’s pretty patios. The beautiful little bathroom has a shower, La Chinata toiletries and an unusual bull’s-eye window. The room’s simple but stylish furnishings include a chaise longue by the windows and an antique marble coffee table, and there's air-conditioning, free bottled water and WiFi.

Superior: El Mirador

  • 2adults
El Mirador (aka ‘the Lookout’) is so-called because all the bedroom walls are studded with windows, letting in plenty of sunshine and offering guests 360° views of Cortijo’s red rooftops and the surrounding hills. Located on the second floor, you need to climb a steep flight of stairs to reach this room, before you emerge into 19th-century splendour, with exposed wooden beams across high ceilings, vintage dark-wood furnishings and a Spanish-tiled floor. The bathroom is on the mezzanine floor (just below the bedroom) and features a freestanding roll-top bathtub, a large walk-in shower, bathrobes and La Chinata toiletries. The bath is alongside a large window, overlooking the countryside, so you can sightsee while you soak.

Superior: La Señorial

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The hotel’s Junior Suite, La Señorial (aka ‘the Stately Room’) is spacious and bright, with a double bed and room for a cot. The lengthy, gallery-style room is furnished with stylish rustic statement pieces, such as a vintage wardrobe and wrought-iron bedstead. It also has a small balcony, so guests can enjoy views of the surrounding olive groves. A very roomy ensuite has a separate walk-in rainfall shower, a freestanding bathtub, La Chinata toiletries and fluffy bathrobes.

Deluxe: La Terraza

  • 2adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Located on the first floor, this spacious 40sqm room has a four-poster king-size bed dressed in crisp white linens, rustic wooden furniture and a terracotta-tiled floor. The large ensuite bathroom has a freestanding bath tub and a separate rainfall shower. Two French windows open onto a peaceful private terrace equipped with sun loungers, from which guests can enjoy views over the courtyard and olive groves beyond. There's also air-conditioning and La Chinata olive-oil based toiletries.

Deluxe Suite: El Silo

  • 2adults
Set in the delightfully unique former grain silo, this round 50sq m suite has cylindrical rooms laid out over two floors and views of the verdant farmland from its large window. The first floor is a large bathroom area with a spacious walk-in rainfall shower, a freestanding, claw-foot, cast-iron bath tub and a farmhouse sink. The second floor has exposed wooden ceiling beams, wooden floors and a sizeable bed with recycled-wood frame. Rooms have WiFi, free bottled water and La Chinata toiletries.

Suite: El Granero

  • 2adults
  • 2extra beds - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Housed in the former granary, this suite has 80sqm of floor space to play with. Many of the original features remain, including exposed brick walls, wooden ceiling beams, stone pillars and a huge, tiled-stone bath tub (there’s even a little rock-hewn sink). High ceilings, a saffron-hued feature wall and a four-poster bed add an air of drama, and there’s a sitting room and plenty of space to add a baby cot or extra bed if needed.

Suite: El Palomar

  • 2adults
  • 2extra beds - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Room dividers are rarely more novel than the wall of antique wooden pigeon niches used to divide this loft into a bathroom, bedroom and sitting room. With bold red walls, wooden floors exposed roof beams, original furnishings (including a stove) and bright colour accents throughout, this 60sq m suite is a unique space to stay; perfect for a romantic break. There’s a king-size bed, a writing desk, air-conditioning and the bathroom has a freestanding patinated bath tub and a separate shower. There’s room to add a baby cot or extra bed if needed and direct access to the swimming pool.

Suite: La Iglesia

  • 2adults
  • 2extra beds - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
With crisp white linens and bright white walls, this room lives up its devout name. However, with an ornate king-size bed and a freestanding bath tub big enough for two, you can get a little sinful in this elegant 80sqm suite. There’s also a shower in the reclaimed 19th-century bathroom, a sitting area, tiled floors, exposed dark-wood ceiling beams and antique furnishings throughout. The room has views of the swimming pool from the shuttered windows and an extra baby cot or bed can be added if needed.

Family Duplex: La Casita

  • 4adults
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Set to one side of the main Cortijo building, La Casita (aka ‘the Cottage’), is a bijou residence with a double and twin room; perfect for family stays. The cottage is laid out over two floors: the ground floor has a sitting room with exposed wooden beams, a window bench, an open fireplace and a stylishly slapdash choice of furnishings; and the upper floor has two bedrooms, with artistically aged rafters and antique furnishings. There’s also a small bathroom with green and blue mosaic tiles, an eye-catching painted door, white stone walk-in shower and La Chinata olive-olive toiletries.

Family Suite: Los Olivos

  • 4adults
  • 2extra beds - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The spacious 74sq m Family Suite is laid out over several floors; on the ground floor there’s a cosy living room with cushion-strewn sofas and a fireplace flanked by built-in benches. The master bedroom, set on the mezzanine level, has a double bed and ensuite bathroom with a bath tub. A separate bedroom on the lower ground floor has two single beds and its own bathroom. Dark wood trim, rustic furniture and pops of colour make this suite feel like your own Spanish country cabin. The suite has WiFi, free bottled water and La Chinata toiletries.

Family Suite: Los Aljibes

  • 4adults
  • 2extra beds - $21.59 for adults - $21.59 for ages 3 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The 100sq m Family Suite, Los Aljibes (aka ‘the Cisterns’), sleeps two adults and up to two children in two bedrooms – with extra room for a cot. It’s filled with inventive design flourishes and spectacular 19th-century artefacts: the living room’s original fireplace and four Romanesque columns; exposed wooden beams and a low-set mosaic-tiled bath (built around four large olive-oil cisterns), where you can soak in style. There’s also a shower over the bath and La Chinata olive-oil bath products.