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What are the best places to stay in Cordoba? Because the city is known for a lot of things. If you plan to visit this wonderful and historic destination, you will experience unique cultural attractions and sights, and a vibrant nightlife.
Ah, but where to stay in Cordoba?
With 800+ distinct accommodations spread amongst the city’s old city center and the more modern areas, there are so many places to choose from! It can be a bit difficult to narrow down the best hotels in Cordoba!
Hospes Palacio del Bailio: The Palacio del Bailio sits on a quiet street above Cordoba’s old town; the Judería (Jewish Quarter), the Roman bridge and the magnificent Mezquita are a 10-minute walk from the hotel. The hotel sits on the site of a Roman villa, completely refurbished and full of wonderful patios and a swimming pool… There are 53 rooms, all of them spectacular, ranging from a pair of Deluxe suites with walls adorned with elaborate frescoes to more standard rooms that provide all the necessary boxes for comfort.
Eurostars Palace: Located on the border between the new town and old center of Cordoba, Eurostars Palace has an unbeatable location, with design and facilities to make it, quite possibly, the best hotel in the city. It has 162 rooms equipped with every luxury, while offering meticulous, state-of-the-art design and panoramic views over the city. And let’s not forget the fantastic swimming pool and solarium on the roof, with splendid panoramic views over the city!
Patio Del Posadero: Located in a quiet side street, Patio Del Posadero offers you a refreshingly peaceful escape from the main tourist area. The building was originally a 15th-century house; it took 8 years to restore, and has been personally reinvented in bold, contemporary style by its owner. You’ll have to choose between 4 beautiful and original rooms, each individually styled to embody something special about Cordoba.
Soho Boutique Capuchinos: Located in the Old Town district in Cordoba, only a few minutes away from the Mosque, this elegant hotel boasts a sun terrace and hammam as well as a wellness area with hot tub and sauna. It offers 27 spacious rooms, all of them fully equipped boasting exquisite decor. It’s the ideal retreat to unwind and enjoy ultimate rejuvenating.
ApartaSuites Alberca Deluxe: The 8 apartments are all located in a traditional house dating back from the 14th century designed around an original patio that preserves its Moorish pool. Each apartment is equipped with a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, a bedroom (with beds and sofa bed) and a bathroom (one or two). In addition, all of them are equipped with air conditioning, free WiFi, and appliances.
Casa Del Aceite: The building features 7 luxury apartments in La Casa del Aceite, an Andalusian 18th century manor in the center of Cordoba. The complex has a typical Andalusian courtyard with a sitting area where you can enjoy a drink at sunset. The building is beautifully and tastefully renovated and all apartments are large, comfortable, clean and well equipped.
Hotel Viento10: The hotel sits on a quiet street just east of Cordoba’s historic core and occupies what was very probably a 15th century hospital, set around a revamped cordobés courtyard. All the rooms combine bright color schemes with smooth wooden floors and white or cream furnishings. That being said, the 8 rooms are similar in concept but each has its own style and they vary in size.
Cordoba Carpe Diem: This quaint and lovely hotel has an outstanding location in the center of the city. The rooms are modern and basic but fully functional facilities. The added bonus here is the rooftop terrace – a relaxing corner where you can chill out after a day of walking and sightseeing (and have a drink thanks to the self-service bar!).
Los Patios: The location couldn’t be better – Los Patios is right opposite the Mezquita. The mansion was renovated in the early 2000s, and has three typical cordoban courtyards that you can enjoy all year round. All 23 rooms are appointed with climate control, a personal safe, a Nespresso machine, a writing table and panoramic windows.
Hotel Maestre: This is a typical small Spanish hotel with lovely antique furnishings and paintings in the halls. Actually, its decoration has a North African feel. All rooms are basic and comfortable, while beds are nothing lavish but great for this price range.
Option Be: The hostel is located on a quiet little street on the northern edge of Cordoba’s historic quarter, handy for pretty much everything. This intimate accommodation – personally styled by owner and Cordoba-expert José – revolves around a light-flooded patio. There are two doubles, one 4-bed dorm and one 8-bed dorm all with an ensuite bathroom. Dorms have extra-tall bunks, thick mattresses and individual lockers; towels and sheets are provided.
Córdoba Bed And Be: The hostel overlooks a lively shopping street in the newer part of town, just north of central Plaza de las Tendillas. It’s in an ideal spot for Cordoba’s nightlife, less touristic restaurants and main shopping area. I love the fabulous two-tiered rooftop terrace, dotted with plant pots and Moroccan-style lanterns and crowned by a white-on-white cabana lounge – it’s perfect for chatting to other travellers! The dorms sleep up to 30 people in 4- or 8-bed rooms equipped with towels, sheets, personal lockers, WiFi, lots of plug sockets and air-conditioning.
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This article is part of a complete guide about Cordoba where you can read all the information you need to plan your trip to this amazing destination in Spain.
Here is a complete summary of all the guide:
1. When to visit Cordoba
2. How many days to spend in Cordoba
3. How to get to Cordoba
4. How to move around Cordoba
5. Cordoba hotels: where to stay in Cordoba
6. What to eat in Cordoba
7. What to do in Cordoba
8. Tips to visit the Mezquita in Cordoba
9. How to buy tickets to the Mezquita in Cordoba
10. Mezquita tickets sold out. What can you do?
11. Is the Mezquita night visit worth it?
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