This very quaint, two room hotel located in the Albacin, is owned by a nice gentleman named Rene. All rooms have an unobstructed view of the Alhambra which in itself is amazing. But he also has a great terrace on the top of the hotel as well.
Rene actually took us through his neighborhood when we arrived and showed us his favorite restaurants, bakeries, etc. He then gave us a personal map showing the best sites of Granada and the Alhambra area as well. We had great tapas at the oldest bodega in Granada, which he recommended and both restaurants he suggested were authentic, reasonably priced and the food was fantastic.
Finally, Rene asked if we liked Flamenco and set us up in a very "local" club which had open hours for non-members one day a week. It was 10 euros/person and included sangria. The Flamenco was not touristic and was an amazing experience. Do this if you are in Granada on Thursday.
We give this place a five star rating - Rene makes this place a "nugget in the rough".More