Cordoba Spain Hotels

Cordoba Spain hotels are widely bordered by mountains and winding rivers and well connected to Malaga and Seville via a swift 40-minute route. The refreshing Mediterranean weather is ideal for sightseeing year-round, offering a great climate for exploring local attractions. Eighth- and ninth-century history permeates the city with previous inhabitants ranging from the Greeks through the Moors and the Christians. Some of the best hotels in Cordoba are incorporated into historical haunts and accented by plenty of modern touches.

Cordoba Spain accommodations at the Hotel Conquistador are inviting and perfectly placed at the heart of the city in the Jewish quarter near the Mosque of Cordoba. Special events and occasions are accommodated in one of four distinct events rooms. This is the only of Cordoba Spain hotels featuring one guest suite constructed on top of the historical Cathedral of Cordoba. Buffet breakfasts on the outdoor patio are highlighted by regional and international cuisine. The indoor restaurant also features a daily buffet and a la carte dining. Guests will enjoy an army of multilingual, task-specific staff, conference and meeting facilities, indoor parking, free Wi-Fi Internet, and premium room amenities.

Hospes Palace del Bailío (pictured) is one of the best hotels in Cordoba featuring five stars. This cultural hotspot presents history, art, fine cuisine, and a relaxing ambiance. A restaurant and tapas bar, special plant garden, and the Bodyna Spa compensate weary travelers perfectly. The building housing these luxury Cordoba Spain accommodations was built in the seventeenth century and is a World Cultural Heritage site. From standard double rooms through to Grand Loft Suites, guests enjoy a choice between five immaculate, modern rooms with gleaming hard wood floors, large, bright windows, and plenty of interesting architectural details throughout.

Hotel Macía Alfaros is another of the best hotels in Cordoba for its location in the city core close to many attractions. It is adjacent to the Romanic Wall tower and presents a magnificently designed outdoor pool and pool area laden with hand-cut stone. Columns, tiles, and arches are features throughout, complementing Cordoba’s rich history. A sweeping courtyard set with tables is a great spot to enjoy Spain nightlife without wandering too far. Inside, Cordoba Spain accommodations are painted in earthy tones, equipped with upscale furniture and offer guests free Wi-Fi Internet, telephones with voice mail, satellite TV, and a safety deposit box.

Leaving Cordoba Spain hotels and getting lost in the city’s past and enchanted by modern city installments is as easy as exploring the old streets, lively squares, and beautiful gardens from the best hotels in Cordoba. Regional food is delicious and can be sampled at many dining choices from small, outdoor cafes to upscale restaurants. Arts and crafts are everywhere, illustrating the city resident’s ability for creating and making unique quality goods. Shopping for jewelry is one of the top things to do, with a bounty of silver and gold handmade accessories available. Colorful building trim and other details makes a walk around a flawless photographic journey.

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