Hotel Eurostars Patios de Córdoba4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I've spent two nights in Eurostars Patios De Cordoba during family stay in this city. When we came, we became greeted by a very kind receptionist, who gave us cards and replied for all questions. We was surprised by two jugs full of cold water with lemon - great idea, especially consider Spanish temperatures! Hotel is located in an old historical building, next to the quite busy street. It may be a little problem for you if you are sensitive to noise during sleeping - it's just to loudly outside. It w'd be better to have efficient earplugs. Breakfasts were fresh and yummy. It was a enough number of products, included typical Spanish dishes like churros or tortilla de patatas. To sum up, hotel can be proud of it's quality of served breakfasts, helpful staff and atmosphere inside. The only minor is noise of the street.
We spent one night at this hotel on a recent trip to Cordoba, Granada and Seville. On entering the city a guy on a bike tapped on our car window and asked which hotel we were heading for (clearly we stood out as tourists). Anyway we told him which hotel and off he pedalled and we duly followed him through many traffic lights and down many streets! Of course when we arrived he expected some payment, we negotiated and paid 12euros which we think was pretty fair as it is a bit tucked away and hard to find. On arrival we were checked in and the car was valet parked somewhere nearby. The hotel room was the nicest we had on our road trip, in terms of cleanliness and room facility. It also was the only hotel that provided tea/coffee making facilities which was a bonus. We overlooked the street and although there was a bar a couple of doors away, the noise didn’t disturb us. All in all, a good hotel in a lovely city.
The photos looked fabulous, the outside not so impressive, so you think OH NO!! But the hotel was amazing, staff are fantastic, Carmen, Daniel, and the rest of the bar and breakfast restaurant staff were good too! Room was immaculate and modern! Ask for them to park your car as the one way system is a nightmare! Walking is so much easier and far quicker! A 20 minute car journey can take you 5 mins on foot! Trust me we did it!
I selected this hotel based on reviews and its excellent location. The GPS stops short of the hotel since it ends next to a plaza and states that you should park (which you can't), then walk. Simply continue up the street, turn left and then left again to wind up on the other side of the plaza. One more right and the hotel is only a few yards from the plaza area. I strongly suggest booking with parking (they park the car for you!). Another tip is it's practically next to the Roman columns. The room itself was very comfortable with a huge bath area (so different from most European hotel bathrooms). Great location all around to the areas we were visiting. The Roman ruins under the building was cool! We'll be having breakfast tomorrow too.
The hotel is well located within ten minute walk to the main attractions of the city. Clean and comfortable, but its location is its damnation as well if you are trying to park a car. I called in advance to my arrival, explained that I was driving and they told me that they had a parking garage but could no reserve me a space. Pressed for more information they would not say how I could deal with the issue. Arrival to the city was a nightmare. After telling us that they were full in the parking lot, they sent us with an ill marked map to another place, which was also full. Ended up parking in the city outskirts and taking a taxi back to the hotel. I wished they had been more straightforward about the situation and had given us helpful information. Instead they were always in a hurry to send us our way and not sympathetic.
Near the centre, modern, comfortable, quiet, very nice breakfast and great air con. What's not to like. We got a deal in August so it was very reasonable/cheap. Difficult to drive to, so use the car park on the river and walk 300metres to the hotel. This will save you driving around for hours with a confused sat nav.
We were very happy with our choice of accommodation in Cordoba. The hotel was easy to find and easy to navigate around the city to and from. Our room was moderately sized with a large sparkling bathroom. Tea and coffee making facilities were available in the room but no milk. Our only complaint was that the aircon struggled but this could have been due to the fact that Andalucia was experiencing a heatwave at the time.
As the hotel we had originally booked "pooped out" on us, we were lucky to find this lovely, small oasis. The room was smallish, but very comfortable with everything you need. The location is excellent, with many restaurants and cafes nearby. The parking is a bit of a walk, in a public lot, but once parked, you can walk everywhere in Cordoba. There is a really nice courtyard/patio that served as a lovely place to rest and recoup from a busy day of sightseeing. Staff is friendly, helpful and most of the desk people speak English, as my spanish leaves much to be desired. Although breakfast and other meals are available, we did not take advantage of it, as there is a lot available outside of the hotel. Wifi, TV and all other creature comforts are available and they are accommodating if you need something extra. The location is in old Cordoba, and there are shops and cafes right outside the front door. I would stay here again.
I got a very tiny room, in a very noisy corridor... Every time somebody closed a door along the corridor, all the walls moved... Bathroom is separated from the room with a glass door that does not close tightly, so there is really not privacy. The bathroom was big though. People at the front desk were nice and the common areas were nice too. I guess it depends on the room you get, let's say mine was not the highlight of my trip to Andalusia.
This is a very quaint hotel with nice size rooms and cold ac. We stayed in room 103 with a garden view and access and it was very nice and we could walk out directly to the patio from our room for a coffee and a happy hour drink Very inexpensive for what you get very good value and a great location walking distance to everything we wanted to see here in Córdoba They also have a very nice breakfast buffet I recommend this place for a few night stay... Enjoy
- Walking distance to Plaza de la Corredera and Viana Palace
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Concierge services
Located in Cordoba Old City, Hotel Eurostars Patios de Córdoba is adjacent to Plaza de la Corredera and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Viana Palace. This 64-room, 4-star hotel has a bar/lounge and a coffee shop/café, along with free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Cordoba, the hotel is also a short walk from Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba and Calahorra Tower.
Start your day off right with buffet breakfast, which is served for a fee from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
All 64 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also standard.
Hotel Eurostars Patios de Córdoba features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and free newspapers. Self parking is available for EUR 20 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
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83% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1061 reviews