Lovingly restored by a Madrid architect, this traditional 16th-century house in the Alabaicín retains its central patio and Moorish fountain, its rough brickwork, its columns with Nasrid capitals, and its narrow view of the Alhambra from the “Mirador” room, which is a suite that costs a lot more than smaller rooms. The Granadino style, so influenced by the decoration of the Alhambra and lingering links with North Africa, carries through in all the decorations. Some parking is available but must be arranged ahead to get a permit to bring the car to the property.