Hotel Los Patios is a 1 star hotel with 23 rooms located on C/ Cardenal Herrero, right across from the Mesquita. Attractions in the vicinity include Calleja de las Flores, Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), and Museo Municipal de Arte Taurino. Hotel Los Patios received a 92% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included friendly, warm and welcoming staff and a location ideal for exploring the historic town. One reviewer called it “An oasis of cool in a busy city” for its cheap price, clean standards, and opportunistic location. Guests mentioned that breakfast is served there, but it's more expensive than the cafeteria near the hotel on the left. There were few negative comments such as the staff not speaking much English. Amenities include wheelchair access, a restaurant, and satellite TV.
Right opposite the entrance to the Mezquita. Friendly and helpful reception. I had requested a room looking out onto the Mezquita and was given a room with this fabulous view. Rooms are small and basic but clean. Internet is advertised as being free throughout the hotel but there is a computer in the area for which there is an hourly charge - however, having my own computer seemed to cause all sorts of confusion but eventually I was given a password and not charged. However, it transpired that the password only lasts for a day and I simply couldn't face the hassle of obtaining a new password every day, especially as I need to log on first thing in the morning and this would entail dressing before going to reception. Only there for two days, so it wasn't the problem it could be for a longer stay. We only ate in the hotel once - our first evening. Very surly service. While things weren't exactly thrown at us, our glasses of wine had a definite bow wave upon delivery. Food is expensive for what is delivered. And cold. We were not permitted to eat anywhere but in the outer courtyard and it was very cold until we persuaded the waiter to ignite the overhead heater. Everywhere was being whitewashed, which meant that the smell was everywhere. Not pleasant. We felt that this could have been done earlier in the season. The courtyard would be a nice place to eat in July and August but in March it is rather dismal, the tables are not arranged nicely and we felt that the addition of candles on each table at night would make it much more welcoming. We had booked through booking.com and when we came to check out, instead of being billed in Euros, our bill had been converted to £ - it would have been nice to have been asked if we wanted this to be done.
Unique Quality: Rooms 201 and 202 have wonderful views across to the Mezquita.
Directions: Right opposite the entrance to the Mezquita.
We're planning to stay in Cordoba during these days. Is it will be something special in the town- it's difficult to find a budget hotel-apartment!?
I'm from Córdoba, so maybe I can help u a little :-)
If you are looking for a hostel you could try these, I've been told they're nice:
Hostal Cibeles: 957475139
Hostal Los Ángeles: 957470156
Hostal y apartamentos La Fuente: 957487827
For more hostels check this website:
There's also a youth hostel (Tlf: 957355040) but it's not that cheap:
Prices per person B&B:
TARIFA "A" (< 26 y/o)
13,00 € (medium season)
15,00 € (high season)
TARIFA "B" (>26 y/o)
17,50 € (medium season)
19,50 € (high season)
*They don't have prices for the low season.
Personally, I think it would be better for you to go to a hostel. It will cost you the same (or even less) and you'll be more comfortable and have more facilities (but no breakfast though). A double room in a hostel costs approximately from 30 to 40€, which I think is ok, and most of them have an ensuite bathroom and tv, but don't take this for granted because some of them may not have it ;-)
Hotels however are usually expensive... The cheapest ones range from 60 to 100 €/night. Anyway, I've no idea about how much you're willing to pay! :-P
Here you have some cheap hotels:
Oh, great! I just found this lovely guide of small hotels too, which is really complete:
* The hotels from page 58 on are in villages
As regards events... Ranger49 is right: there are no events related to that festivity, it's just a holiday in which people usually go to the cemeteries to clean and put flowers in the tombs of their loved ones, but nothing else :-( Well, the good news is that in many pubs and discos they've started celebrating Halloween, so if you're from England or the US or wherever, you might enjoy that...
Well, I hope you find all this useful :-)
Enjoy your holiday!!
hotel los patios.. cheap!!! and in front of the mezquita!!!
don't miss to go to the arab abth..it's amazing!!! http://www.hammamspain.com/cordoba/
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Address: C/ Cardenal Herrero, 14, Cordoba, 14003, Spain