Lonely Planet review
One of Granada's more eccentric offerings, the Casa Capricho ('Whim House' in English) manages to be sprawling and cozy at the same time. Rooms are extremely comfortable, with hardwood and wrought-iron furniture, and there's small balconies overlooking the lap pool and lush patio.
Designed with panache and imagination, this creative neo-colonial boutique hotel is a real winner. Set across two buildings, it's decorated with bright colors and there's cleverly placed artwork that give an optimistic, cheerful feel to the complex. Rooms are all somewhat different, but most are duplexes with balconies, striking metal-framed beds, and a cute spiral staircase leading to another sleeping space. They are fitted with cable TV and good modern bathrooms, as well as air-con, which costs extra if you turn it on. In addition to the small swimming pool here, there's a spa and massage area; further relaxation potential is provided by the hammocks in the cooling patio. Warm personal service backs up the considerable charms of this hotel.
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