Lemon Rock Hostel Granada
New Hostel & Bar located in the historical centre of Granada. Offering a wide menu with traditional, vegan and vegetarian options at their on-site restaurant bar, and weekly concerts and live music.
Average dorm price: 15.3 €
Makuto Guesthouse Hostel Granada
A friendly, laid-back hostel with lots of character and cosy atmosphere offering an outdoor terrace with a bar and a tree house as well as comfy lounge areas with hammocks, cushions and guitars. With regular BBQs, big Paellas, mojitos, games and free sunset walking tours through the Albaicin and Sacromonte areas. A great place to have fun.
Average dorm price: 14.0 €
Oasis Backpackers' Hostel Granada
A social hostel ranked among the top 10 small hostels worldwide at the 2010 Hoscars! Great relaxing patio with a BBQ, amazing views from the rooftop terrace, a cocktail bar (they make a killer mojito!) and an open-air lounge. They organise weekly parties, BBQs, Tapas Tours, pub quiz and more!
Average dorm price: 14.0 €
De Boca en Boca
Friendly vibes and welcoming atmosphere will make you feel like home. With breakfast included, this social hostel is a great place for young travellers and digital nomads. Perfectly located, a short walk away from the main city’s attractions and a vibrant party area. Lots of activities like tours, billiards, themed dinners, live music, etc.
Average dorm price: 5.39 €
Hostel Paradiso Granada
Amazing cocktails, breathtaking views, and beautiful beach – Paradiso hostel has it all. Free kayaks, water toys, and floating dock are available for all guests. Daily volleyball and tennis tournaments are perfect events to bond with other travellers. The friendly staff is always happy to help you with any request and organize local tours and boat rides.
Average dorm price: 7.18 €
The Townhouse Granada
Fun social hostel with a colourful interior and great vibes. Well-located, right in the heart of the city where the best local bars and clubs are located. Fantastic facilities and common areas are designed to encourage guests to meet each other. Free welcome drinks, coffee, tea, and homemade breakfast.
Average dorm price: 6.28 €
What are the Party Hostels in Granada like?
- Best Party Hostels in Granada: De Boca en Boca; Hostel Paradiso Granada; The Townhouse Granada
- Party hostel style: social hostel
- Craziness level: fairly crazy
- Parties on-site: Bar onsite
- Pub Crawls: Yes
Hostels in Granada are more social than party places. They are perfect for meeting new people while drinking a beer or a cocktail, but don't expect loud music and wild parties on-site.
Nightlife in Granada
Exciting Granada offers something for everyone, no matter the time of the year or the day of the week. This amazing students’ city has a perfect mixture of traditional and modern places, events, and venues. If you are a first-time visitor, don’t miss to visit one of the many tapas bars and enjoy fantastic local food and sangria.
Basic information about nightlife in Granada:
Pubs and clubs closing times:
- Bars and pubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 02 am – Weekends until 03 am
- Clubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 06am – Friday and Saturday at 07am
- Average cover charge for clubs: free - 5 €
- Average price of a pint of beer: 2 €
- Famous neighbourhoods for partying: City Centre; El Albaícin; El Realejo
- Famous events or parties: Flamenco Festival - June/July
Best Party Areas in Granada
There are three main party districts in Granada where you can dance the night out. All of them have more or less the same types of bars and clubs, with both traditional and international music.
Party in City Centre
Heart of the city is always a good choice when it comes to nightlife. This area is definitely the most famous one, especially among tourists. Although the prices can be a bit higher compared to other districts, there are plenty of great bars and clubs open 7 days a week.
If you can’t decide whether to go to a bar or club, try with El Son. The place is a cool combination of both, and one of the favourite spots of students and young travellers. For more of underground clubbing experience, Plantabaja is hosting live music and great bands on weekends.
Party El Albaícin
Right next to the City Centre there is another vibrant area called El Albaícin. The are has more-less the same vibes as the city centre, with more great tapas bars and disco clubs.
Café Bar Higuera has one of the most beautiful outdoor seating areas where you can chill and chat with your fellow travellers, while drinking the best beer in the city.
Party El Realejo
An awesome mixture of great Spanish style and Irish bars. With a bit more relaxed vibes, the area offers a welcoming atmosphere and high-quality local food and drinks.
If you are a wine lover, check out the fantastic Casa Lopez Correa restaurant and bar. Paddy’s Pub is more of a regular pub, just a few steps from Casa Lopez Correa. With daily sports broadcasts, amazing food and even better beer, the pub famous among both locals and foreigners.
Dress codes & age restrictions
Spanish people like to wear trendy and stylish outfits for nights out. Odd colours are very popular, especially among young people. Although you can wear whatever makes you feel good, keep up with at least a smart casual look if you are planning to visit some of the local nightclubs.
As in the rest of Spain, the minimum age for drinking alcohol in Granada is 18 years. The same rule applies if you want to enter the nightclub. However, there are some places which are more rigid, and with the age restriction of 21 and above.