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Hotel Casa Morisca
Ranked #2 of 122 Hotels in Granada
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 19 October 2012

We stayed at this hotel for just one night and were sorry not to have booked to stay for longer. Perfect location, beautiful hotel around a peaceful courtyard, helpful staff. Thoroughly recommended. Easy walk up to the Alhambra and around the Albaicin. Wonderful to have free parking in a quiet side street and the staff let us leave our car after we had checked out.

Room Tip: Room 14 is lovely.
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  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 October 2012

Just returned from a one night stay. I was so hoping that we would get room 15 ..... and we did! Awesome views of the Alhambra from the windows on two sides of the room and the bathroom. The staff were really helpful, booked us a great restaurant and made our stay really special. The only downside was the breakfast. It was 10 euros and not very good. Go out for breakfast. Great location and not to be missed.

Room Tip: Room 15 is amazing.
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Reviewed 9 October 2012

If you're looking forward to being well cared for in a delightful old building, beautifully renovated and kept and with delightful staff and a terrific breakfast, in a wonderful location, all within a 20-25 minute walk to the Alhambra, you couldn't do better.

Room Tip: We paid extra for the room at the top with wonderful views of the Alhambra and it was well worth it...
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  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 October 2012

We stayed here for only two nights although we would have happily stayed much longer. Can thoroughly recomend the Casa Morisca, we didnt have a view of the Alhambra out our window but it really didnt matter because it is right there opposite the hotel. We were on the ground floor with a large window opening onto the street but it was quiet and we slept very well. The room and bathroom were both stylish and clean. I really liked the small seating areas behind the central courtyard where you could sit with a book or a glass of wine, it gave us some extra space because the room we had was quite small. There is also an outdoor court yard for sitting in but we didnt get to use it because it was bucketing down with rain while we were there. There is a convenient path leading up to the Alhambra from just near the hotel. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good too.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 October 2012

We booked a night here to visit Granada in September, which is the beginning of their high season (due to the high temperatures in the summer). The website directions for driving were pretty good and took us directly to the hotel through some pretty tricky roads in rush hour. Although we had not advised we were driving, when we arrived the staff had reserved us a parking space (parking is restricted in this area - directly under the Alhambra) and this element of service alone was exceptional. The hotel is a very old building - 14th century and it's construction reflects this in the moorish style with a central Riyadh and small rooms coming of the central courtyard. The rooms are really clean although those on the sides of the building do not have external facing windows and are therefore dark - but well lit. The rooms at the front with views onto the street are beautiful and have lots of character features with modern and very comfortable furniture. We want out for a meal in the evening and returned late to the hotel about midnight. Only the night man was on the desk but he went out of his way to get me a drink which we had in the lounge. In the morning breakfast is buffet style in the basement cellar, which again is very tastefully done and the food was good and fresh. It's a small hotel and everything about it reflects this, however, the staff are simply exceptional. I can't remember the last time I stayed somewhere as friendly and helpful and welcoming as this. A real treat and a pleasure to pay the bill, which was just over €100 for the night. In Britain you would pay more than twice the price for the surroundings and service easily. What's more the location for the Alhambra was brilliant. Even though the drive in was tricky - at points you did wonder whether we were in a pedestrianised zone! The drive out was easy and we were in the countryside in 5 minutes as the area is located at the far end of the city. Overall, even though there are lots of cool looking 4 and 5 star hotels in this district, this 3 star was fantastic and so friendly in a way you never get in cookie cutter 4 and 5 star places. Recommended!!!

Room Tip: No restaurant in the hotel but lots to choose from in the area. Try and get a room with an outside w...
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Address: Cuesta Victoria 9, 18010 Granada, Spain
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Region: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Granada > Granada > Albaicín , San Pedro
Amenities:
Room Service Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Romantic Hotel in Granada
#11 Family Hotel in Granada
Price Range: $142 - $287 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Casa Morisca 3*
Number of rooms: 14
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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 million 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. ... more   less 
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