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We stayed in this hotel as part of a 2 week road trip around Spain. It is true that getting to the hotel by car was a somewhat stressful experience but compliments to the establishment for providing excellent directions. I recommend you follow these rather...More
We stayed there as a couple in late May 2014. Getting to the hotel was hair-raising, in navigating a series of extremely narrow (ie. necessitating folding in the mirrors!) cobble streets. Nerves of steel necessary - I was in a cold sweat about the hire...More
You will hear a lot about Moorish architecture. This is a chance to live in it. The hotel is immaculate. The staff is friendly & helpful. Great location. It is an old building so you will hear people walking in at night.
We were on a 3 week trip around Spain and Granada and the Casa Morisca were our second stop. We noted the reviews that indicated the rooms would be small in this property and the recommendations to stay in the "Mirador" room on the top...More
We looked at the reviews and upgraded to the deluxe room and it was absolutely the right call. The room was exactly as in the pictures, the bathroom and toiletries were good, the antique furniture & furnishings lovely and the view out the window of...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.
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It has AC. We weren't travelling by car but did observe spaces on the other side of the road from the hotel. We put questions like this, in English, directly to the hotel before we went on our holiday and found them very... More
It has AC. We weren't travelling by car but did observe spaces on the other side of the road from the hotel. We put questions like this, in English, directly to the hotel before we went on our holiday and found them very quick and helpful in their responses.