“Beyond the 16th-century baroque façade of this hotel lies a dizzying labyrinth of stairs winding their way ever downwards. Descending past a myriad of rooms, you find yourself in the amazing vaulted dining room with its long wooden bar, leading out on to a glorious light-filled garden. Rooms vary in price and size but all are comfortable and very tastefully decorated. The food is an inspired mix of Moroccan, Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine.”
Written by Tristam Templer
"People return to La Casa del Califa year after year, often staying in a different room each time. Given the sensual Moorish vibe, higgledypiggledy layout, superb food, reasonable rates and attractive location in one of Spain’s prettiest towns, this is hardly surprising."
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)