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out of 19 reviews
“nice hotel in a great location”
very nice hotel in the historic area, unique building, very recomended
“5 stars and more.”
Perfect location to visit the Mosque and the town. Safe, clean, upscale environment. Well appointed room. Great architecture of the hotel. Love the Spanish courtyard style. Good air conditioning. Very relaxing and safe. The staff were exemplary, courteous and well informed. They were eager to help. Rafael the bell man was always eager to assist. We felt the staff wanted to help and make our stay enjoyable. The visit to Cordoba will always be memorable.
Beautiful hotel, well located. Staff was wonderful and helpful. Walking distance to all the important places. Great restaurants around. Breakfast was excellent.
“Interesting historic city.”
Cordoba is a nice small city. It's main attraction is the Mezquita/Catedral is at walking distance from the hotel which is in the main tourist area. The hotel is a very well adapted old house (casa de las pavas) the rooms are a little small but very comfortable, it has a nice pool to refresh after a hot day in the summer. There is free internet in the rooms by ethernet cable or wifi in the bar. The breakfast was included and its very good.
“Beautiful hotel and gardens. Excellent location”
Beautiful hotel and gardens with excellent location in an amazing city. We were thrilled with our room and beautiful terrace. Hotel was quiet and comfortable. Bed and bath was first rate. Walkable to sites and hotel staff recommended perfect nontouristy spot for tapas (El Fuego) just seconds away. Really enjoyed the hotel and all Cordoba had to offer. Would definitey go back.
Reviews of other travelers describe this hotel well. You will get a splendid place to stay, appropriate for the rating and price; it is a modern, luxurious hotel with spacious rooms you are used to in US. You DO need to get ready to pay for the parking - it is an added cost.
“Will definitely return to this hotel”
The hotel is exactly as billed -- 5 stars are definitely in order. Location is excellent and the staff is so willing to help in all areas that it is a pleasure just staying in the hotel. Very enjoyable! I recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Cordoba.
“A Super Stay in Cordoba”
My husband and I enjoyed almost everything about our hotel in Cordoba. In fact, the only amenity lacking that we would have enjoyed were a window that opened and possibly a view. It's is such a pleasant place to stay with a lovely pool where we oftened relaxed after hours of strolling and sightseeing. The room is nicely furnished with a terrific bathroom. We would definitely try to stay at Las Casas de la Juderia upon a return to Cordoba.
“Great hotel next to Jewish sites in Juderia”
Very nice hotel and well located. If it had been in the summer we would have enjoyed the pool. The outdoor areas were pretty but it was cold during our stay so we choose not to sit outside.
This hotel is in a beautiful old building with courtyards, and the rooms are similarly beautiful. The bathroom had both a shower and a bathtub, though the shower controls were a little difficult (the dial for adjusting temperature was hard to turn). The *wired* internet access (no wireless) worked fine. Not incredibly fast (uplink was about 30 KB/s; I didn't measure downlink), but also nothing to fuss with -- just plug in and it works. I was in a ground floor room on the side facing the Alcázar, so I got a little bit of noise from the plaza on that side, and also occasional wafts of tobacco smoke when the window was open. But overall it was a beautiful hotel, entirely consistent with what I'd expect for a four (or even five) star hotel. The location is great for tourists, and it's in the beautiful old center of Córdoba with narrow streets, though also accessible from roads since it's near the edge of that center. It's two or three minutes walk from the Mosque-Cathedral, and one or two minutes from the Alcázar. The area is very touristy with little else, so it's an area where it's important to check restaurant reviews rather than assuming that a full restaurant must be good.