Albergue Juvenil de Cordoba

Pza. Juda Levi, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain

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  • Families100
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    Albergue Juvenil de Cordoba is hostel located on Pza. Juda Levi in downtown Cordoba, in the middle of Juderia, near the Cathedral. Attractions in the vicinity include Calleja de las Flores, Museo Municipal de Arte Taurino, and El Cardenal. Albergue Juvenil de Cordoba received a 100% satisfaction rating averaged among a limited number of reviews. Positive reviewer comments included a very clean atmosphere, well-conditioned common areas, and nice self-service breakfast with “some breadth of options”. Additionally, guests remarked kindly on the view from the roof. Some also mentioned the venue is charming and a “great place to meet people”. Guest recommend it for lonely travellers and recalled they have good family rooms too. A minor criticism about the selection at breakfast: reportedly, guests are limited to bread, juice, coffee, and jam. Amenities include a big Internet room and a patio said to be “great”.

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    Great place to be and meat people

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    I stayed in a shared room...I actually thought there would be 4 people...but when I got there, it was a small room with 2 bed...each has its garderobe and a desk with a chair. At the end of the room is the bathroom and a small window. The room is great...clean and fresh (also in siesta times). I had a great roommate (a French girl) and we kept on travelling and meeting each other in other places in Spain. It was a great experience!!! And at the patio I met other very nice people from Mexico, Holland, Australia and Spain, of course:-). I recommend it for lonely travellers and I think they have good family rooms too. I know they also have rooms for more people...6 or so.
    The breakfast is ok...a big bread (spanish people don't know how to do bread...hehe..it's normally very hard), juice, coffee, jam and that's it.

    Unique Quality: There's a great view from the roof. The patio is also great! I always went there to have lunch or read a book...they have tables + chairs under some beautiful plants...very relaxing!
    The Internet room is very big, they burn CDs for you and Internet is fast... and most important; not expensive (1,50 Euros for one hour)

    Directions: It's in the old jewish quartier. Very near from the alcazares and the mezquita. At Plaza Juda Levi...not difficult to find.

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