We were impressed by how new the hotel looks and how cute it is. It's a mix of Andalusian-modern design and it is fully equipped with modern facilities. The room size is ok for a small town like Cordoba. The terrace has a fantastic view of the Mezquita at night (do tell the owner before going up to take a drink as the bar is not always opened), as the Mezquita is just about 5 minutes walk away.
The only thing we didn't like was how hard it was to get to this hotel but it's not the hotel's fault, the Cordoba city changed the directions of the streets in the old town. So if you are driving there and couldn't find it on your GPS, put in 'Calle Eduardo Dato' then head there. Once you get there, go along Calle Perez de Castro until Plaza Pineda. Then you will see a stop sign saying "only residents allowed" go straight through the street with the sign (ignore the sign). You will reach Calle Valladeores (?) and then Calle el Buen Pastor. On your left hand side is the black grills of the hotel's garage.
We were confused about the hotel giving us a twin bedroom though but since they couldn't upgrade us, we didn't mind and it was a good sleep for both of us.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Spectacular new hotel in the Cordoba´s Jewish Quarter, opened on May 1, 2010.Exquisite decoration and personal attention.Parking on request.The best terrace overlooking the Mosque of Cordoba, where you can dine or enjoy a drink. Mtb and road bike tours leaded and developed by the Giro d´Italia´s winner Pavel Tonkov.Iberian Ham Route in Los Pedroches´ Valley. ... more less
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