Miguel's apartment has an absolutely breathtaking, spectacular view of the Alhmabra. Its locale (Sacromonte) is very quaint and picturesque; it evokes what we know of the traditional neighbourhood of the gipsies after the Christian conquest of 1492. Our host co-operated with us when we were not being able to find the place, and finally came out to help us with the parking when we were able to locate him after a lot of difficulty. He lives one floor up, so it was easy for us to interact with him when we needed to, although there was a language barrier. For instance, he generously called a taxi for us when we left. Airbnb says the accommodation is for 4 people, but the apartment has a double bed, a sofa bed that sleeps one, and a crib for a toddler. Since we were four adults, we needed more space to sleep, so he graciously provided another full apartment downstairs for our use at no extra charge. The house is close to a bustling street full of restaurants and shops that overlook the Alhambra which was a pleasure to walk through.
It is necessary, however, to caution guests that the apartment is in a location that is difficult to find, particularly if you are driving there, since the house numbers do not follow at all sequentially. And the GPS somewhat unnecessarily guided us through a maze of alleys that could hardly accommodate a one way traffic. It is also situated on a very narrow uphill street, so one has to park one’s car far away on a similarly slender and sloping space. Guests should also bring along their own tea, coffee, soaps and shampoos because the bathroom and kitchen are not equipped with any provisions except basic handwashing and dishwashing liquids. The wifi connection is weak, so we did not have wifi about 60% of the time, although our host did try to help. However, I would recommend it highly for its romantic setting and its proximity to the Alhambra, which is only a twenty minutes walk from there.