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"We have raised a balcony over Córdoba to be enjoyed by our guests as a true home. This is a warm-hearted invitation for you to find rest with us while discovering the treasures of a magic, ancient town."
Great hotel. Right in the middle of the hub yet quiet and secluded. Excellent staff, delicate and attentive. Don’t miss dinner on the top terrace, with the sunset illuminating the Mosque/Cathedral. Priceless.
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We had a wonderful 3-day visit staying in this charming hotel. Our room was really comfortable, the food was good, the staff couldn't have been more helpful and we felt privileged to be there. The location is ideal for a short visit to this city,...More
This small hotel, set just off the Mezquita Square, is beautifully appointed, with an enchanting courtyard, great breakfasts and a dramatic rooftop terrace-bar! Great front desk service and help at all times!
My husband and I stayed at the Balcon as the start to our honeymoon and we were extremely impressed. From the warm welcome at check-in (complete with cold beers), to our beautiful room and the fabulous terrace everything was just wonderful. The staff were extremely...More
As the title says, it’s very charming and social media-friendly for pics, but as far as the quality of our actual stay, I’d pass on a repeat visit. Our room was very noisy even with all the shutters closed and curtains drawn—we could hear people...More
Response from PandPCotswoldsUK | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I don't know but I cannot imagine a bus in the old city. They probably stop on the other side of the river. Best ask hotel but be aware the taxi takes you for a long drive round town to get to hotel when it is only 40... More
Sorry I don't know but I cannot imagine a bus in the old city. They probably stop on the other side of the river. Best ask hotel but be aware the taxi takes you for a long drive round town to get to hotel when it is only 40 yards from the centre square/mosueq/catherdral.
Response from jettasback | Reviewed this property |
Forgive my previous answer. I thought you mentioned the hotel in Madrid. For Cordoba there is absolutely no need to have a car. You can cover all of the historic sites easily by foot. I would notify the hotel and inquire... More
Forgive my previous answer. I thought you mentioned the hotel in Madrid. For Cordoba there is absolutely no need to have a car. You can cover all of the historic sites easily by foot. I would notify the hotel and inquire about where guests can park their cars. The hotel we stayed in was located on a very narrow street where most cars on the larger side would not be able to travel on. A few blocks walk opens up to the areas where parking would be available, but I'm not able to give you exact locations. Definately call the hotel and inquire from them. The staff is amazing.