A pioneer in transforming the neighborhood’s Mudéjar homes into lodgings for tourists, the Palacio de Santa Inés opened in the mid-1990s. The courtyard architecture and beamed ceilings evoke the building’s origins as two private homes. The hotel takes its design cues from the fragmentary 16th-century frescoes in the reception area. Rooms and public areas are decorated throughout with bold hues of Tuscan plaster. Interior balconies with wooden spindles circle the courtyard. Several rooms have partial views of the Alhambra. Reserve well in advance.