Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
a bit out of town. about 10 mns walk.Posted Jan 21, 2014
but nice and quiet. nice breakfast in the morning for an extra 6 euros. but worth it.
for Studentsby Andy and Jo from Oxford UK
BasicPosted Nov 16, 2013
Pros: Good position if you like to walk
Cons: Basic, but fine
Location: Area is being redeveloped.
Basic hotel, fantastic breakfast, very helpful staff overcame problems.
Recommendedby Wendy from Canada
Posted Oct 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel, 50meters west of a huge Asian Restaurant, was easy to find by taking bus # 6 from the train station through downtown ,across the River Guadalquivir to Plaza de Andalucia, or a taxi (about 7€). During the day a satisfactory choice of restaurants along the River BUT if you are not to a reataurant before about 7:00 there is little to eat as they all close by 8:00 PM. Easy walk to the Jewish Quarter and main attractions- Mezquita, Molina de San Antonio, Torre dela Calahorra, Alcazar de Los Reyes Cristianos... We saw all in one afternoon.
for Familiesby Elena from Vancouver
You will get what you paid forPosted Jun 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
The place (Stairs, room, lobby, reception area) was dark.Towels were very questionable, but were changed every day and room was cleaned every day as well. However, staff was very nice and very accommodating. For example, we checked out at 12 and we had to leave our luggage somewhere till 8 pm, so the receptionist kept it for free at her desk. We offered money for that but she didn’t take.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from uk
good value for money but......Posted Mar 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were generally happy but our stay was spoiled by the unwillingness of the manager to serve an earlier than usual breakfast owing to our need to catch an early bus- to be fair he did relent eventually. The sheets were a bit small for the bed so the bed was not really made up properly. About a 20 min walk to the centre and a 45 min walk from the station,
for Everyoneby Liz from Calpe, Spain
Hotel Azahara, Cordoba, SpainPosted Jun 18, 2012
Pros: Friendliness of the staff. Surprise of sweets put out on our folded towels.
Location: Within walking distance of the centre. Many bars and restaurants nearby but nothing very special and would recommend eating in the town.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room we were given was on the road side and noisy but the following day we were able to move to a room on the other side of the hotel, and this room had a double bed and a single bed. We were impressed with the nicely laid out towels with free sweets placed on. The day after we arrived it was my birthday.We had breakfast in the hotel dining room (reasonable at 4.50€ each), and I mentioned that it was my birthday. After I had eaten I was given a plate on which was a flan with a lit candle in it, and some prepared fruit pieces. It was a lovely surprise and very kind. Unfortunately, I had already eaten enough and was not permitted to take my fruit out of the dining room so I did not eat any of it and we thought it was a waste. We realise that it is hotel policy that guests cannot take food out of the dining room but thought it was a bit mean as it had been prepared especially for me as a birthday treat. We thought the showers (they were the same in each room we used) were fitted in a silly position - on the wall, half way along the bath, so there was very little room to stand under and on one occasion the water spilt out over onto the floor. We would, however, use the hotel again.
Recommendedby B. R.
Posted May 17, 2012 on Hotels.com
Staff was friendly and helpful, giving us good directions. Hotel is easy to find! Parking was available, and the location is outstanding -- within walking distance to the Mezquita but also near small restaurants and a mercado. It is a bit pricy compared to hotels we stayed in in other cities.
for Familiesby Genya
good valuePosted May 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
We enjoyed this hotel and thought it was a good value for money. The room was clean, the staff was helpful and the hotel was within a short 10-15min walk from the old city (center). I would definitely recommend this hotel to budget travelers.
by A verified traveler from Farnborough, UK
needs renovationPosted Nov 23, 2011
Location: Centre of Cordoba lovely. Plenty of lovely little streets to wander along. Look out for the fantastic courtyard gardens. Visits to the Mosque/ Cathedral is a must.
Hotel situated on a main road. Passed it twice before finding location. The building numbering system along this road was not acurate. Hotel situated above offices.Limited parking available. Hotel and room look tired and in need of an update, bath tiles cracked, no proper shower cubical.Staff did not speak English. On the plus side a pleasant 15 min walk by the river to get to the town. Good spread at breakfast.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Los Angeles
Would stay again, very satisfied.Posted Oct 28, 2011
Although English is a problem but owner do communicate through computor translation system. Ample of food in Breakfast. Only owners request not to BAG but do eat as much. My wife needed extra blankit, was provided with request to hand in personnelly. Only door lock has a problem which needed little handy work but do need new flooring.