Casa Morisca is situated in the historic district of the lower Albayzin at the foot of the Alhambra. This old Moorish quarter of Granada, with a maze of typical narrow streets and Unesco's Patrimony of the World status. It is also close to the street along the river Darro, giving easy access to the City Centre. The patio preserves its original Morisco pool and on all four sides there are galleries supported by pilasters and columns. This ancient interior was given a new street façade in the 17th Century. Morisco is the name given to the Muslims who stayed on in Granada after conquest. Casa Morisca, offers accommodation with a unique flavor within a grand old house dating back to the end of the 15th Century. All the magic and charm of the Alhambra are reflected in Morisco houses and can be enjoyed here: stucco-work arches, panels of original Morisco colored tiles and multicolored wooden ceilings. The breakfast room has an impressive barrel vault of brickwork and the patio garden is a delightful place to have a drink while enjoying a superb view of the great Comares Tower of the Alhambra.