LemonRock Bar & Hostel is a premium hostel, a kind of backpackers lodging with a bar and restaurant within the same building.
The hostel has capacity for 73 people in the rooms and other spacious common areas, some of them, are the areas of bar and restaurant where people living at the hostel and people from Granada will enjoy the facilities together. There are two sunny chillout terraces up in the tower too. Every room have a private bathroom inside the room with several showers and every user has a locker for single use and, in the head of every bed, there is a reading lamp and a plug. Every detail is thought for the confort of our customers. This hostel is for young foreing and Spanish people who want to lodge in a place in the center of Granada, next to the Law, Translation and Tourism faculties. The bar-restaurant is placed on the ground floor and offers a renewed cookery based on tradicional recipes, the concept of LemonRock Bar & Hostel.
On this floor, the rooms have a style more lordy. The ceilings are made of the original woods that have been restored and treated maintaining the charm of aging. On the walls, you can find details of layers of plaster and pieces of old brickwork.
On this floor, the style of the rooms is more industrial, the floors are made of polished concrete, the ceilings are made of steel and the beams have been painted in White.
The building is a manor house built in the XVII century with two courtyards that have been closed with glass ceilings, and two solarium-terraces on the top of the building. LemonRock is one of the most creative bar & hostel of Spain. It has several areas that are very different between them and with a different personality but linked by a cozy ambient and a eclectic decoration, where classic and industrial elements coexit and, all this, accompained by careful lighting to create an unique place.
In this little treasure placed on the top of the house, you will enjoy of chilling moments in the indor living room, or outside at the terrace, with all the facilities you deserve, included the “chillout solarium” with hot & cold water showers where you can cool off and drink something or tan in the hottest hours of the day. Would you drink a mojito at the penthouse of a maner house from XVII century?