Conde de Cardenas Hotel

c/ Conde de Cardenas 9, Córdoba, 14002, Spain

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Hotel Conde de Cardenas
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  • Couples88
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    Conde de Cardenas Hotel is a 3 star hotel located on c/ Conde de Cardenas in the old part of town near Renfe Station. Attractions in the vicinity include Archaeological Museum of Cordoba, San Nicolas de Villa, and Museo de Julio Romero de Torres. Conde de Cardenas Hotel received a 91% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included having a comfortable bed, controllable temperature, a modernly furnished bathroom, central location, and a pleasant staff. Reviewers also mentioned their stay was “not bad” and some felt it was good but overpriced, while one simply said: “¡Qué bien!” Guests mentioned that TIP. There were few negative comments such as no elevator, no hairdryer, and poor English spoken by staff. Amenities include air conditioning, wireless high-speed Internet access, and flat panel television.

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Forum Posts

Cheap Accomodation near the Cordoba Renfe Station

by Daisylove

Posted: Sat September 30 12:45:05 2006 SGT
I would like to put up a night at Malaga and looking for a cheap accomodation near Renfe Station. Hostal La Hispanidad is one of them, does anyone have the email address that i could email to made reservation? Or any recommendation? Perferrly below 40 euro per night for a double room with bath/ shower. Thank you.

RE: Cheap Accomodation near the Cordoba Renfe Station

by Ribeirasacra

Done a search on the internet for you but it seems that the hotel does not have any web address or email. Which is not surprising fro Spain, as a lot of companies don’t.
Here is a link that gives their phone number.

Ian and Irene

Travel Tips for Córdoba

Cordoba - History (end)

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

However in the XI-th century Cordobian Caliphate has broken up into some small independent states. Through some tens years Cordoba obeyed to Seville and became a part of the Sevillian state.
In 1236 Ferdinand III conquered Cordoba.
Cordoba became a provincial city.


by LoriPori

The street running alongside the Mezquita is CALLE DE TORRIJOS. From this cobblestoned street you will see the walls of the compound with trenches running along side it for drainage. The picture shown here is one picturesque wall featuring a huge door in Mujedar style with the Arabic arches. The detail on the wall is absolutely fascinating to me.


by andal13

Not only Romans, Muslims and Christians left their traces at Córdoba; also Jewish people did. A proof of this is the ancient Sinagogue, built at 14th century, that still remains at the old "judería" (Jewish district).

No sólo los romanos, musulmanes y cristianos dejaron sus huellas en Córdoba; también los judíos lo hicieron. Una prueba de ello es la antigua Sinagoga, construida en el siglo XIV, que aún permanece en la vieja judería.

Cheap and Delicious Bocadillos!

by pabertra about El Picanton

El Picanton serves up tasty, generous size bocadillos for around 2 or 3 euros. Do not miss out on the Bigoton sandwich, which is York ham, melted cheese, Spanish tortilla, lettuce, and tomato with your choice of salsa. It goes for Euro 2.50 . The best bargain in town!

Bull atmosphere, great service

by zindara about Bodegas Campos

The restaurant is decorated with pictures of famous toreros, bull farmers and many other famous related with toros.
The food is not bull, but service is great and food is very very very good Sopa de ajo blanco
Any meat of fish
There is a menu so you can taste many dishes.


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