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All reviews dead end old town central courtyard moorish house facing room open courtyard side street detailed directions wooden ceiling restricted area small hotel old house perfect location plaza nueva moorish style narrow streets the ground floor
Gracious staff. Beautiful building. Quiet stay. Easy walk to The Alhambra. Historical building with comfortable rooms . Parking on-site with river side eating a short walk down hill. Well worth a visit.
We originally chose this hotel Because it offered parking and had excellent reviews. We were a bit nervous about driving into the historic Albaicin with Very narrow streets but the hotel provided very detailed directions and we had no problems. Once arrived, we never needed...More
I love this quaint hotel in the old city of Granada. I chose this hotel for its location & because it had on site parking... The room was good and the bed and pillows were perfect... just like I like them. The Wifi was good...More
We stayed here only one night - but what a delight it was. Arriving in the Granada train station I was worried that the taxi driver may try to trick us. It turned out that there was nothing to worry about. We arrived at the...More
Perfect place for our two night stay in Granada.Stayed in room 9 with shuttered windows overlooking the street. Hotel is just across from the Alhambra in the Albaicin district. Lovely square at bottom of the street under the Alhambra with great food. Walking distance to...More
Casa Morisca Hotel is located in Albaicin, Granada Center, opposite to the Alhambra with a greats Alhambra Views from the Hotel. The Alhambra is the most visited monument in Spain, with more than 3 …Moremillion visitors over anuales.Situada Hill Sabika was founded by Alhamar, first monarch of the Nasrid dynasty, as palace city where his new kingdom to rule. It is the only Muslim medieval palace that has come almost entirely to our time Morisco is the name given to the Muslims who stayed on in Granada after the conquest of the city. By the Catholics Kings. In 1492. The "morisco" artisans built some houses making use of materials and ornaments traditionals in their architecture, for example: plaster molds, arches, wooden ceilings, and other elements (gothic and renaissance) that began to arrive from other parts of Europe. Less
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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.