On the edge of the Jewish Quarter or old town, this is a great location - especially if you are... See full review
May 9, 2014
Hotel is in a great location, but is a bit hard to find; the parking surcharge is significant. See full review
Apr 5, 2014
The hotel is located between Cordoba's comercial center and its historic sights, just a few minutes walk from the Mosque and other points of cultural interest. Its architecture and decoration reflects the Antique Arabic and Roman Style.
This luxury and charmed 4 stars hotel combined a Andalusi decoration with elegant and refined ambient. Centrally located in the historical quarter. Architectural style captures the influences of the various cultures that have shaped the city of Cordoba. Situated in a historical quarter, next to the roman wall in the old Arab district a few minutes from the old mosque and other points of interest. This hotel has a peculiar combination of classicism and technology will amaze you.
ODB Airport, (ODB), 9.00, KM, NE;
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ALL ROOMS HAVE BEEN RENOVATED IN AUGUST 2009.
Room Facilities:Wireless Internet Minibar, Shower, Bath, Safety Deposit Box, TV, Telephone, Air Conditioning, Radio, Bathroom Amenities, Toilet, Bathroom, Heating, Satellite TV, Hairdryer, Wake Up Service/Alarm Clock, Work Desk
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On the edge of the Jewish Quarter or old town, this is a great location - especially if you are driving. Cordoba was the most comfortably accessible of the cities visited on our 3 week self-guided tour of Catalonia and Andalusia. On the way to and
from , the historic sites in the old town you get a good sense of contemporary life, and pass a lot of plazas with restaurants and shopping to help you relax after sight-seeing. The hotel is well run and has the basic amenties- nothing fancy.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Long walk from hotel
Enjoy getting lost in the Jewish Quarter- plenty of surprises and the work of the artisans was the most interesting and highest quality we encountered during our trip. See the Alcazar for free early in the A.M., but don't bother if you have to pay.
The hotel is old but well kept and is located closed to the historic center. We really enjoyed our stay in Cordoba because we could walk all morning and had lunch in the Juderia (Jewish area). We returned to the hotel after lunch and rested a
little bit before going out again.
We had a very positive experience at this hotel in Cordoba. It was close to the sites we wanted to visit (Mezquita and Juderia), the staff was helpful and the accomodations were quite good. We found it a real value for the price.
This hotel was very nice, with large rooms and a friendly staff. There is also a pool but we did not have a chance to use it. The room came with two beds pushed together to form roughly a queen sized bed and had a nice sitting area with two
chairs and a little table.
The hotel is located just on the edge of the historic district so you will have a 10-15 minute walk to get to places like the Mezquita and the Roman Bridge.
No wireless access in the room or lobby but there are two computers in the lobby that you can use. However, these computers are incredibly slow so you are better off finding an internet cafe.