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Best Boutique Hotels In Cordoba

This guide will help you find the best boutique hotels in Cordoba. Thanks to it, you will find the most charming and romantic hotels in Cordoba so you can feel the magic and enchantment of history on every corner you take.

These hotels might often be so unique and romantic that you do not want to leave your room. But still – you should! Therefore, we also help hotels guide you to the greatest places nearby – be it coffee shops, tapas bars or one of Cordoba’s main historic highlights.

 

My Top 5 Boutique Hotels in Cordoba

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.

NH Collection Amistad Córdoba: NH Amistad Córdoba is a renovated palace, which is now a modern hotel with classic and stylish decor. Rooms are equipped with large comfortable beds, safe to store your valuable belongings, a coffee maker and other little things that will make your stay extra comfortable. It is very well-located, and is close to main historic landmarks of Cordoba.

Eurostars Conquistador: The hotel sits discreetly in the thick of Cordoba’s historic core. The hotel is sharp and modern while also retaining a classic feel, washed in red-and-white imitating the Mezquita colors. The best doubles have views right onto the Mezquita’s old walls. Some rooms overlook the patio from tiny balconies, while others have no views at all.

La Llave De La Judería: Rafael Carrillo and his family recently opened this small hotel in the old Jewish Quarter. Its 9 rooms are done up in a chintzy trad-Spanish style that may be overpowering for some tastes. The house has various pleasant patios in which are a well (that’s still in use!) and a fountain.

 

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Do You Need More Information On Cordoba?

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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