GHM Hotel Monachil, Sierra Nevada

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GHM Hotel Monachil is located adjacent to the Maribel ski slope in Sierra Nevada

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Meal Basis: Half Board
Offering ski-in and ski-out possibilities, the GHM Hotel Monachil is a traditional and spacious mountain-style hotel only 50 metres from the nearest chairlift Parador I (which links to the main resort centre).
The 79 bedrooms are simply-presented, with tiled floors and rustic furnishings. All rooms feature an en-suite bathroom with hairdryer, some with bathtub and others with shower, flat-screen satellite TV, internet access via free Wi-Fi, telephone, heating and ample storage space. Some bedrooms offer a balcony or terrace.
The hotel has a large buffet restaurant, Montblanc, where breakfast and dinner are served with views overlooking the mountain. Your package will be booked on a half-board basis and cuisine is hearty and plentiful. You'll also find a bar and sun terrace with sun loungers, where you can enjoy views over the ski station and lively après-ski every afternoon from 2pm to 7pm.
You'll be able to experience some R&R in the hotel's spa and health club, which features hot tubs, saunas and an extensive programme of massages and treatments, all available for an extra cost and bookable on the spot.
The hotel is located next to the Maribel ski slope, which enables you to ski down to the cable car “Al-Andalus”. From there, you can return to the hotel skiing via Borreguiles. At this spot there are many restaurants and shops, where you can also rent equipment.

Facilities - GHM Hotel Monachil features

  • Restaurant
  • Sun Terrace
  • Spa

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 79 Rooms
  • Hairdryer
  • WiFi
  • Television

Meals - food and drink in GHM Hotel Monachil

Half Board
We update GHM Hotel Monachil's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Sierra Nevada - about holidays in Sierra Nevada - about ski holidays in Sierra Nevada - about ski holidays in Sierra Nevada Spain

Long ski season Near Granada Tapas centred apres Lovely wide pistes

There aren’t many resorts where you can ski in the morning, and be lazing on a beach come afternoon. But Sierra Nevada’s one of them – up in Europe’s second highest mountain range, with the Mediterranean coast within an hour’s drive.

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Great for Families Beginners Intermediates

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Granada airport (GRX)47km, 1 hour
Málaga airport (AGP)172km, 2 hours
Sevilla airport (SVQ)291km, 3 hours
Region:Andalucia, Spain
First opened:1964

Sierra Nevada lift pass price last reported as €213 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking GHM Hotel Monachil.
Night skiing: Yes
Sierra Nevada has NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 2100m
Top of slopes: 3300m
Bottom of piste: 2100m
Vertical drop: 1200m
Total length of trails:106.8km/117runs
Longest piste:2.2km
European ski resorts don’t get more southerly than this one, accessed from the Andalucian village of Pradollano in south Spain. It’s part of the Sierra Nevada massif, which is one of the highest mountain ranges in Europe – second only to the Alps. It’s hard to find another resort with a location quite like Sierra Nevada, 32km from the historic city of Granada and within easy reach of the Mediterranean coast. The beaches of the Costa Tropical can be reached by car in about an hour, with big name beach de...
With famously wide pistes and Spain’s biggest vertical drop, there’s plenty to explore in Sierra Nevada. New additions to the area include the Pista del Mar and Pista del Bosque family slopes, which are dotted with marine and mountain animals and often host fun activities. Del Bosque’s alpine garden caters well for the tiniest learners. Beginners and improvers can take the gondola up to Borreguiles where the Veleta II, Emilie Allais and Borreguiles lifts serve a number of gentle green runs. The British S...
For food and drink , Pradollano Plaza’s tapas bars (we like La Muralla) are buzzing after the slopes close. The resort really livens up later on in the evening around 11pm, with bars like Soho and Cha Cha opening for drinks and dancing until the early hours. Restaurante la Antorcha is a good spot for lunches and dinners, where you cook your meat on a hot stone at the table. Tito Luigi’s does good pizzas and La Visera is a favourite for burgers and other international dishes. One of our favourite aprè...

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