Ratings based on 31 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Tracey from Christchurch, NZ
Right beside the mosque/cathedralPosted Jun 27, 2014
Pros: Location, location, location
Location: Dinner at Amaltea was a highlight - down by the river and only a five minute walk away at Rhonda de Isasa, 10 - fresh yummy food you really should try
Weather was superb, location was excellent and although the soccer (World Cup) was on in the alley outside our window, the double windows made sleeping easy. Cordoba is filled with history and sites to visit - fantastic.
for Everyoneby Fred from NSW Sth Coast, Australia
A Hotel with a unique character in CordobaPosted Jun 17, 2014
Pros: A comfortable uncomplicated feel about staying at this Hotel. Staff were very friendly and helpful when needed. Very good breakfast facility.i
Cons: Personally I would not want to change the service formula. It works!!
Location: The Hotel is only 50 metres to the entrance of the Mezquita. On the edge of the Juderia. And a 2 minute walk to the Alcazar. Can't beat that!
This Hotel a special charm that won't necessarily appeal to every modern day traveller, but to many will be very special. It lives up to the "Hacienda" title in the fullest sense, which makes the stay very memorable.
for Everyoneby Debbie from Essex England
Perfect LocationPosted Jun 2, 2014
Pros: Location was perfect
Cons: My only suggestion to the hotel would be to let people know on there website that the hotel provides parking but you will need to find hotel first spe
Having had a very long journey to Cordoba, the hotel is in a perfect location right in the heart of the city so once you had a refreshing shower it was lovely to just step out onto the old cobble stones. Rooms were lovely with a balcony window overlooking the courtyard . My only suggestion to the hotel would be to let people know on there website that the hotel provides parking but you will need to find hotel first speak to Reception who will be happy to help you. We drove around for a while finding somewhere to park before knowing this. Receptionist was very helpfully regarding places to eat ,was suggested we ate at Pepe, a Great little tapas bar and was not disappointed
Recommendedby Akebono from California, USA
Great LocationPosted May 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
Nice small hotel. Clean. Great location - literally 10' from the Mezquita.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Couplesby Peter from Montreal
Charming little hotel in a great location.Posted Feb 25, 2014
Location: Across the street from the Mezquita!
The rooms in this hotel are intentionally modelled after traditional Spanish hotels, and the result is a charming, comfortable experience. The interior courtyard is full of plants even in the winter and is a great place to relax! The optional breakfast is fine but nothing spectacular.
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Posted Feb 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby DJB from Valparaiso, IN
Close to the key sights in CordobaPosted Jan 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
This is a beautiful small historic hotel. Literally right across the street from the Mesquita, and close to all the key sights in Cordoba. The small interior patio is beautiful. Rooms were clean and well maintained, and staff were tremendously helpful and gracious. Highly recommend this hotel. It was a highlight of our trip to Spain.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Dec 26, 2013
for Everyoneby Steve from UK
Posted Nov 25, 2013
Pros: The hotel has a great location right next to the Mezquita. It has bags of charm and the tea shop attached has some waist expanding pastries on offer
Cons: The rooms need some soundproofing as light sleepers will hear every little noise. The rooms are dark which is fine until you need to read anything.
Location: Brilliant location in la Juderia area of the city. Mezquita, restaurants, bars, arab baths and Roman Bridge are all close by.
Cordoba has great links by train or bus and the hotel is reached by a local bus and five minute walk, Approx seven euros taxi ride from bus/train station or half hour walk. Like a lot of European old towns, la Juderia is a maize of narrow streets full of all the usual shops and tapas bars. The new part of town is pleasant enough with a good selection of shops and open spaces. As the city doesn't have the same amount of tourist traffic, money changing the old fashioned way is a bit of an (expensive) problem. The Tourist info office could only name one bank (no exchange shops) and the bank clerk didn't even have the decency to wear a mask or point a gun as he gave the exchange rate ( the extortionate commission wasn't even mentioned until I signed for the cash). There is some work going on to create a lower walkway on both banks of the river which will enhance the city's charms when complete.