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In the heart of the old Jewish Quarter, opposite the main entrance to the Mosque-Cathedral and surrounded by historical monuments, this hotel has 31 rooms with fully-fitted bathrooms, satellite TV, direct telephone and individual air-conditioning.
All reviews great location antique furniture mosque cathedral single room old city quiet at night jewish quarter central location good size breakfast room common areas hotel room star hotel air conditioning one night stay train station narrow streets
It would be hard to find a more conveniently situated hotel in Cordoba, placed next door to the Mezquita (as its name would imply). The hotel is full of antiques and art work - some for sale. We paid slightly extra for a room overlooking...More
You couldn't ask for anything better: the hotel is literally across the Mezquita and is in the heart of the Jewish quarter. You could simply walk to some of the most well known site-seeing parts of Cordoba. The hotel is the former residence of a...More
Hotel Mezquita is in the perfect position to visit the Mezquita, which is literally just across the narrow street from it. Our room faced the intricately-decorated outer walls and when you exit the hotel, the gateway to the Mezquita is right before you. The hotel...More
The hotel is fine but the room was tiny, there is no place to put your luggage and you can't move around the room. The air conditioning is a bit cryptic but eventually with a little help from the staff, got it figured out and...More
Very nice hotel just across from the Mesquite Cathedral. Old style European charm. Hotel has lots old furniture in the hallways. Staff is extremely helpful and room was very clean. Breakfast was 9 euros, but we chose to go across the street just for coffee...More
Response from retiredsunshine | Reviewed this property |
Parking and driving through the old town streets is very difficult due to the narrowness of the streets themselves and if you park too long the police will arrive and move you on. Its best to park up your car for the day or... More
Parking and driving through the old town streets is very difficult due to the narrowness of the streets themselves and if you park too long the police will arrive and move you on. Its best to park up your car for the day or days whichever is relevant in the large car park just at the back of the ancient mosque this leaves you free to wander the streets on foot or by horse and carriage. Hope this assists.