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which Granada hotel: Santa Isabel, Plaza Nueva or Casa Del Capitel Nazari?

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I've completely overwhelmed myself with all the reviews/recommendations/trip reports here on Fodors, Tripadvisor and Rick Steves' latest Spain book with respect to Granada lodgings. These 3 seem to get top marks from folks and I've been a glutton and reserved rooms at all 3, for our 3 night stay in late June.

Pricing for each for the 3 nights:
Santa Isabel: EUR 375
Plaza Nueva: EUR 250
Casa Del Capital: EUR 281

Can someone please help me narrow this down to one hotel? Creature comforts and location matter since we're spending a few days - we'd like to be situated in a place where get get the whole Granada experience (for those that haven't seen my other posts,. the hubs and I are big "hanger-outers" - stick us in a town square or pub with a drink/coffee in our hands and we're happy to watch life go by; not big noisy partiers at all) so I'm not sure if its better to be in one part of Granada or another (we prefer less toursity). Kind of splurging on our pad in Sevilla (attic room of Hotel Amadeus) so would love thoughts as to if on hotel is worth the extra $ or not.

Thank you!

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