Hotel Castillo

47 Portada, Palma del Ri­o, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14700, Spain

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66%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
25%
1
Very Good
25%
1
Average
0%
0
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Terrible
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Good For Families
  • Families75
  • Couples25
  • Solo0
  • Business0
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    Hotel Castillo is a hotel located on Portada Street, a few towns over from Cordoba’s city center. Attractions in the vicinity include Xtreme Gene Watersports Complex. Hotel Castillo received a 20% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included having clean, well-managed bathrooms and a daily menu with reasonable prices. Reviewers also mentioned they could have stayed in a better hotel for the price. Guests mentioned that the décor was average, nothing special. A few negative comments included having “tiny” rooms, with an unusual smell and extreme heat in the hallways. Amenities include television, continental breakfast, and air conditioning.

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Forum Posts

Mezquita - is it really free from 8.30 till 10.00 ?

by Savl1

This information is from site english.turismodecordoba.org. But I see it nowhere else. Can anybody confirm this is really true?

Re: Mezquita - is it really free from 8.30 till 10.00 ?

by mccalpin

Pedro, that website is a bit hard to understand, but it looks like it's free from 8:30 to 10:00 --except-- on Sunday. It seems odd to me that they would charge on Sunday mornings but not on Saturday mornings and other mornings...maybe this is their way of keeping tourists out of the church on Sunday morning before the various services that they will have later on in the morning...what do you think?

Bill

Travel Tips for Córdoba

Walk slowly

by Joyce_HK

Walk slowly in Cordoba. This is a small town that would not be over time-consuming to visit, but it could take much time to discover the character of Cordoba which is everywhere - the detail and colour of the old Mezquita, the little secret gardens in the Jewish quarter, and the taste of olive oil!

the City Center

by pepples46

wonderfully preserved and restored!!
ideal places to have your lunch or dinner, watching people, relaxing everything is so neetly reachable in Cordoba, no need for a car, park it securly and walk .....but stay out of the midday sun, can get reeeeeall hot

Los Patios Fest

by zindara

In may, all the town is prepared for a great party: "Los patios".
All the inside yards in every house are carefully decorated, painted in white and dressed with flowers. And they are open for people to visit them.
Some of the "patios" are absolutely beautiful and that is a perfect week to walk around from house to house visiting the "patios" and (why not?) having a glass of "fino" (wine) in your way.

Linares..ca.70km from Cordoba...

by pepples46

Linares..ca.70km from Cordoba on the way to Madrid former Gardens of the Palacio de Linares on around 1300 altitude, they have snow in Linares, the roadtrip is quite special.
But the Town is best known for it's famous Son..Andres Segovia..the great spanish Guitar player and Composer.He is born in Linares and rest here.

Brilliant Pinchos!

by lilacwings about La Cavea

This little bar just outside the Archaeological Museum is deservedly popular with both locals and those visitors who've come across it. Great place to relax in a lovely, little tree-lined square. Good and lengthy tapas/racion menu served by two chaps who, no matter how busy, are always lovely and friendly. Pinchos morunos, without a doubt... though their patatas bravas are some of the best!

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