Hotels in Córdoba, Andalucia,
lies upstream from Sevilla beside a loop of the Guadalquivir, which was
once navigable as far as here. It is today a minor provincial capital,
prosperous in a modest sort of way. Once, however, it was the largest city
of Roman Spain, and for three centuries it formed the heart of the western
Islamic empire, the great medieval caliphate of the Moors. It is
from this era that the city's major monument dates: the Mezquita , the
grandest and most beautiful mosque ever constructed by the Moors in Spain.
It stands right in the centre of the city, surrounded by the old Jewish
and Moorish quarters, and is a building of extraordinary mystical and aesthetic
power. View featured hotels
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Hotel Córdoba by Marriott, Córdoba
The Hotel AC Córdoba
is a contemporary design property with a cream stone façade located
with 600 metres of the train station and Cordoba centre. Guests on
business can make use of the hotel's meeting room and range of services
including translation and computer hire. The hotel restaurant offers
a range of Córdoban dishes in a stylish, informal setting, and guests
can enjoy snacks and drinks in the hotel coffee shop. Guests can
workout in the fully-equipped fitness room, and those arriving by car will
find garage parking available for a fee. The 98 modern guestrooms are decorated
in grey and white with crisp white linen and sleek black wood furnishing.
Las Adelfas, Córdoba
Hotel Las Adelfas is a deluxe
property located 125 miles southwest of the Seville Airport. Only 2 miles
northwest of the Mosque Cathedral, on a quiet secluded rise in an un-crowded
low-rise suburb of El Brillante is where you will find this facility. Situated
in the most prestigious area of Cordoba, this hotel is just 10 minutes
away from the center of the city. Business and vacation travelers
alike will always find something to do at this beautiful hotel. This
facility is a well-presented and exceptional option in a peaceful spot.
A cordial and attentive staff warmly welcomes you. The hotel is only minutes
away from fine dining, shopping and entertainment venues.
Ciudad de Córdoba Hotel, Córdoba
The Ciudad de Córdoba
is a modern hotel set 100 metres from the nearest bus station and two kilometres
from central Córdoba. Guests can enjoy meals in the restaurant
or café, and spend evenings relaxing in the bar and lounge area;
room service is available for those prefer a quiet meal. Parents
who have planned a night out can arrange for a babysitter with the hotel's
concierge, who can also book tickets and make restaurant reservations.
Travellers can visit attractions such as the Mezquita and Alcazar, three
kilometres away, and Almodovar Castle, which is 18 kilometres from the
Maimónides Hotel, Córdoba
The Hotel Maimonides in
Cordoba is a first-class hotel located in the heart of the Jewish Quarter,
and just opposite the Mosque, the Cathedral, the Palacio Epsicopal and
the city center. From this privileged location, the Congress Palace
is also just steps away. Initially renovated in 1996, and renovated
again in 2000, the hotel is decorated in a traditional style dating back
to the 18th century. The Hotel Maimonides is equipped with all modern
comforts, and the facility offers a variety of services and conveniences
for your stay in Cordoba. The hotel's facilities include two patios,
a souvenir shop, parking, as well as a bar and restaurant. Room service
Macia Alfaros, Córdoba
Hotel Maciá Alfaros
is located in the street of the same name, running below the barbican of
the Roman city walls and bordering the originally Arab neighbourhood of
la Axarquía. The hotel's comfortable amenities include several
conference rooms, a haute cuisine restaurant, a welcoming bar, a large
outdoor swimming pool, a private car park, and handicapped access facilities.
Cordoba is a convenient place to start a visit to Andalusia, as Seville,
Granada, and Malaga are not far away by car. Los Alarifes Restaurant
- offers high-quality international cuisine as well as typically Andalusian
dishes, especially from Cordoba.
of Córdoba, Córdoba
on the ruins of the small summer palace of Adderraman I, a hill surrounded
by vegetation at the foot of the Cordoba mountain range. The parador offers
an exceptional panoramic view of the legendary city of the Calips.
The rooms are bright; most of them with views to the city. All rooms are
very well looked after and are fully equipped and spacious. Regarding
cuisine, the restaurant's most typical dishes are el gazpacho de almendras
(a cold vegetable soup) los huevos esparragaos (an egg dish), el estofado
de rabo de toro (a meat stew), el pastel cordobes, and the cheese of los
pedroches. The Parador is located in the foothills of the Cordoba mountains
in the residential district of Brillante.
Casa de los Azulejos, Córdoba
from the 17th century, the house still has its original subterranean rooms
with vaulted ceilings in the cellar of the hotel. The two main floors were
renovated in 1934, giving the house a distinctly Sevillian flavour.
The central courtyard, decorated with tiles from the famous Mensaque Tile
Factory in Seville and the wrought iron columns and the marble floor which
were added at that time have all been left intact. Especially impressive
are the large handcarved antique french windows and the majestic and elegant
balustrade of the main staircase leading to a domed gallery on the second
floor.Wireless access to internet available (ADSL and WiFi). Iberic
pork special products, cheese and smoked fishes, and international drinks
service from midday to midnight. In Cordoba, the Casa de los Azulejos is
unique for its colonial style. The eight rooms of the Casa de los Azulejos
look onto a central patio which is full of light and colours.