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We stayed 3 nights here during our first visit to Cordoba. The hotel is clean, comfortable and extremely handy for the number one attraction in Cordoba - The Mezquita. We arrived by train and caught a taxi to the hotel therefore I cannot comment on...More
A very good value hotel with a great location. Immediately adjacent to the mezquita. Clean and quiet. Breakfast was also quite good. If you have heavy luggage ask to stay in the part of the hotel serviced by a lift.
A gem right near the mosque. The staff are extremely professional and helpful. The hotel itself has beautiful rooms. They allowed us to warm food and gave us directions to all attractions. Everything is walkable distance and the place is cozy. Highly recommended this hotel.
We chose Hotel Mezquita for its location, right across from the Mezquita Mosque/Cathedral since we were in town for only one night. It is a great little hotel with plenty of charm. Room was spacious and it overlooked the mosque. Breakfast was delicious and plenty....More
Slap bang in the middle of the Jewish quarter next to the Mezquite this is a charming little hotel. The typical inner open courtyard is used as a breakfast area and the surrounding corridors remind you of a museum with a whole host of interesting...More
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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.