We stayed 4 nights at Gar Anat, and were very glad we did. The hotel is located on a quiet street a few minutes' walk from the main city shopping area, as well as sights such as the cathedral. The only areas where we need to walk any kind of distance to reach were Albaicin and the Alhambra (around 30 minutes for each). The room was spacious, clean, and comfortable (TV comically small but really you don't want to be watching TV when you're staying in a place like this), and the bathroom very clean with walk-in shower and a decent supply of toiletries. Apparently all their rooms are literary-themed - ours had quotes from the writer CP Cavafis and some wooden carvings which were also incorporated into the bedhead. The room had a Juliet balcony which looked out over the main street. It could occasionally be noisy because the street is tall and narrow, funneling noise, but there is relatively little traffic, especially after dark, and it wasn't a problem at all for us (I am a light sleeper too). Breakfast was good with a decent selection of breads, meats, cheeses, fruit and yogurt, and self-serve pod coffee alongside tea. The hotel is within a few hundred metres of several outstandingly good tapas bars (avoid Navas, which is very touristy, and instead go the other side towards Virgen del Rosario which is much more 'local'). We did just this because of what the chap on reception recommended, and this my final point - the staff were always attentive, friendly, and helpful. If you want a hotel which combines great rooms with character, decent breakfast, and top location, it's hard to see how you could reasonably do much better than Gar Anat, especially taking into account the fact that it is competitively priced. If we return to Granada we'd would almost certainly stay there again.