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Los Angeles, California
October 18, 2010
by Leapin Lorne
November 6, 2002
One drawback is getting to it. You can drive to it, but access to this older city center is restricted. You get to it by Plaza Nueva. You will come to a barrier, where you are to push a button and tell them you are staying at Casa Morisca, and they are then to let you pass. You basically go straight alongside the River Darro until you come to Cuesta de la Victoria. There is no private parking, but some parking is available on the short street. The staff are very helpful if needed.
The beauty of this hotel is not only its historic character but its location - a number of the sights are within walking distance. The Alhambra is across the street, over the narrow river, and up the hill - if you are not up to the hill, there are buses that will take you as well.
In the end, we felt Casa Morisca was well worth the cost - and at anywhere from 108 to 156 Euros, it actually is not really that out of line. You will pay as much at many other places that are nice but don't have the character of this place!
From journal Adoring Andalucia - Seville, Cordoba & Granada