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Reviewed 15 March 2020

We stayed in march 2020 in the Hotel Casa Morisco. It has got a very old but nice patio. The Hotel is located underneath the Alhambra in Albycin and near several caves, where flamenco shows are performed. The vieuw to the Alhambra was, especially in the evening because of the lighting, breath taking ! The reason for traveling to Granada was, to attend a Flamenco show in one of the caves in Sacromonte, which were only a 15 minutes walk away. We found that the prices for a single room with 100 € and a double room with 135 € without breakfast, well over average. Nevertheless the personal was very kind and helpfull!

Date of stay: March 2020
Thank htheissen
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Reviewed 7 March 2020 via mobile

We decided to come on holiday 12 hours before our flight departed so it’s fair to say we did no research. In fact, I jumped on Tripadvisor and booked the hotel which was highest rated offering free parking within our price range.

We were not disappointed. Casa Morisca is a beautiful riad style hotel nestled in the historic city centre and overlooking the Alhambra. It’s not the easiest to get to by car as the streets are narrow and you have to get permission to drive to the pedestrian only centre. However, once you are there you will have no need to use the car again as everything is within easy (hilly) walking distance, including the Alhambra, Sacromonte, Albayzín, Flamenco shows, restaurants and bars.

The rooms aren’t particularly big however they are perfect of you plan on enjoying the city. The bed was enormous and the pillows the best I’ve had in any hotel. Good shower and everything was clean. The only reason I’m knocking a star off is the fact the room was a little too warm for comfort. It seems like they can either have heating on or air con on and as it is still winter it’s still in heating mode. We opened the windows and doors to help cool the room down which made it bearable but we did have quite a sweaty nights sleep.

I would still however return as everything else was spot on and I know for next time to leave the windows open whilst we are out and about!

Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
2  Thank 726beam
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Reviewed 6 March 2020 via mobile

Lovely, peaceful historic property ideally located near the Alhambra and other sights yet also convenient for great shopping in the city centre. Very clean room (4) with bath, v comfortable superking double bed and small balcony with view of Alhambra. Friendly, helpful staff. A delight.

Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank siboxster
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Reviewed 4 March 2020

A small hotel in a very tastefully converted morisca house with its internal courtyard. Everything feels right. Our comfortable room 4 on the first floor had a very small balcony overlooking the quiet cul de sac street.
The location at the foot of the Albaicin area is very convenient for walking up to the Alhambra complex on one side of the valley and exploring the steep cobbled streets of the old Moorish area on the other side. Do be prepared for quite a steep haul in both directions. Otherwise follow the valley bottom for a range of bars and restaurants.
Finding the hotel by car could have been stressful but the excellent directions, complete with photos, provided by the management made it straightforward – provided you don’t mind sharing ever narrower streets with strolling pedestrians.

Date of stay: February 2020
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Thank LeNoudeGaia
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Reviewed 13 February 2020

We stayed in 2 different rooms and spent 3 nights at the Casa Morisca.

Options were limited as we'd booked late but were glad that our first night was in the delightful Deluxe room. It's a large room (possibly a conversion from a parlour) with a really nice bathroom. The room had a fantastic view of the Alhambra from its window.

We had to move to a Superior room for 2 nights thereafter and that room was much smaller. It faced the street, was a bit noisy and quite underwhelming. For some reason, all the light fixtures in that room used Daylight (white light) bulbs, so nights in that room did not feel as cozy.

The bonus with the hotel's location is that it's within walking distance to the Alhambra and in the other direction, to Plaza Nueva and Granada's Cathedral beyond. Some sites claim that the Albaicin is slightly dangerous at night ... Don't be concerned about that - we always felt safe.

We had a rented car and Casa Morisca has the bonus of free parking. Driving through the restricted, very narrow streets of the Albaicin to get to Casa Morisca was certainly hairy, so get the smallest/narrowest car that will accommodate your traveling group.

Breakfast is an additional cost, but it was very good and comparable in cost to any breakfast sets you might get around town.

We found we got the best deal booking directly with the hotel. The staff were helpful and pleasant ... we enjoyed our stay.

Room tip: The deluxe room is quiet and lovely
Date of stay: January 2020
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