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My husband and I stayed at Casa Morisca for 2 nights on our recent vacation in Spain and highly recommend this hotel. Our room had a view of the Alhambra from the terrace and was clean and comfortable. The entire hotel captures the essence of...More
Great location! Can walk to the Alhambra in about 15-20 mins. No need for a taxi. The walk is uphill, but if you’re in decent shape this should not be a problem. The hotel has free parking for guests right in front of the...More
As soon as you enter this hotel the peace and calm overwhelm you, with a Riad and courtyard feel n the heart of the Albaracin, the old part of Granada. Ideally situated for the Alhambra, a true gem not to be missed. Service polite and...More
Great little hotel, in the heart of the old town. Take heed the advice posted by others regarding parking/ driving through the old town — a narrow car helps. Breakfasts are 13 Euros and are adequate (nothing fancy but good nonetheless). Friendly breakfast staff. Bathroom...More
This is a lovely and clean, quaint boutique hotel, right opposite Alhambra. An easy walk and you ate at the entrance. It is the heart of the old district with all the little cobble streets and festive tappas bars and restaurants. The hotel also have...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.