Hotel Gonzalez is a 2 star hotel located on C/ Marnique Street in the old center not too far away from all major attractions. Attractions in the vicinity include Museo Municipal de Arte Taurino, El Cardenal, and Sinagoga. Hotel Gonzalez received an 87% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included good location, the patio was nice, but very basic, and clean rooms that were “plain” and “functional”. Reviewers also mentioned this was a good value with helpful service, a “lucky strike”. Guests mentioned that the streets are noisy at night. There were few negative comments about its “standard” look and feel; nothing luxurious. Amenities include free wireless internet access.
I'll be in Cordoba for two nights in June and wonder if you can recommend any really nice, but not too expensive hotels in good locations in the centre of town? Thank you very much for your help.
It looks like you are planning trip to Andalusia. This once-great stronghold of Muslim Spain is rich in history and tradition, containing some of the country's most celebrated treasures: the world-famous Mezquita (mosque) in Córdoba, the Alhambra in Granada, and the great Gothic cathedral in Seville. Give Andalusia at least a week and you'll still have only skimmed the surface. In order to save time book your hotels with the Tour Operator and get their suggestions. They are certainly the experts. You can book entire package with them, including accommodation, ground transfers and sightseeing. It can save you money on a long run. One I can suggest is Escapade Vacations. I used them when I traveled to Portugal. Another you can try is Totally Spain. They have a very good selection of the hotels in Spain.
bfriend, I don't think that someone asking for "nice, maybe quirky" places will be satisfied by a package holiday ;) For some of us, planning a trip and looking for accommodation is not a waste of time, but part of the pleasure of traveling
I've not been to Andalucia lately so I can't comment on specific places, but I had found very nice places in other areas trough http://www.rusticae.es/english/
this other has very nice places but usually more expensive http://www.domusselecta.com/en/
Have a great trip!
Sounds like you and I are on the same quest. So far, I have found Hotel Gonzalez [a Rick Steve's suggestion] as well as Plateros Hotel. A recent thread suggested hotel los omeyas but I searched trip advisor on this one and it didn't get good reviews. I have searched for ratings and the first two get good reviews and are centrally located and appear to have charm and are small. If you get any other ideas please share!
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Address: C/ Marnique 3, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain