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This is a fascinating hotel in the old city just below the Alhambra in beautiful Granada. Our room was very comfortable and beautifully presented, and the staff were friendly and helpful, nothing being too much trouble. It really made our short stay in Granada very...More
As others have said, a calm oasis just off one of the main tourist streets. Easy access to all main sites. Beautiful courtyard, comfortable and stylish rooms, good breakfast (you pay extra for that), good WiFi and air con. And very friendly service. Will certainly...More
We loved our stay at Casa Morisca. It's ideally situated for visiting all the sights of Granada - Alhambra, Albaicin and cathedral all just a few minutes walk away. It's a beautiful hotel with rooms leading off from a lovely central courtyard. Our room had...More
We were 2 couples staying a total of 4 nights the end of June. Both rooms were upstairs and very nice. Building architecture is charming. Distance to city center is short, but walk back is uphill, so we splurged and used taxis. The walk is...More
The hotel is ideally located for visits to the Alhambra, attractions in the city center, flamenco caves on Sacromonte, and dinner in Alcayzin. Our room was one of the most charming we stayed in during or two weeks in Spain. Breakfast was unremarkable and relatively...More
I don’t think the hotel books ahead. Their website has the link for tickets, though. Be sure you use the link on the hotel website because I remember having trouble booking too. We booked our tickets ahead 3 months to the... More
I don’t think the hotel books ahead. Their website has the link for tickets, though. Be sure you use the link on the hotel website because I remember having trouble booking too. We booked our tickets ahead 3 months to the day, we had read that tickets are limited since they don’t want the Alhambra too crowded. You could try for Alhambra by Night tickets, it was not as crowded and it was magical. You just don’t get to see quite as much and you don’t get to see the gardens. I would write to the hotel and ask if there is another way to get tickets. Also, if you’re driving, don’t let your GPS guide you, it may take you behind the hotel on a street above it where you cannot leave your car. It’s the narrowest street in Granada and we had 3 inches of clearance on either side of our midsize car. It was a difficult drive. When you are on the correct street it’s also very narrow and looks like a pedestrian zone, but you can get through.