Hotel Selu

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Eduardo Dato 7, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain

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76%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
3%
2
Very Good
37%
22
Average
35%
21
Poor
20%
12
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 21% more and rated 12% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples52
  • Solo60
  • Business50
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    Hotel Selu is a 3 star hotel located on Eduardo Dato in the Jewish Quarter, near the city center. Attractions in the vicinity include San Nicolas de Villa, El Zoco, and Casa Andalusi. Hotel Selu received a 78% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included the hotel being in “fairly good” condition. Reviewers also mentioned it’s clean, comfortable, and conveniently located. Guests mentioned that it’s “ok” for a one-night stay. There were few negative comments such as the smell of cigarette smoke, and having to pay to watch TV. Amenities include restaurant, bar, laundry facilities, multilingual staff, and air conditioning.

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Stairs that may have led to the bathing pool.Stairs that may have led to the bathing pool.

Forum Posts

How long...?

by Maurizioago

Is it worth to spend two or three days in Cordoba, or is it good to do it as a daytrip from Seville?

Re: How long...?

by angiebabe

Hi Maurizio, yes I found one day was enough to see all the main sights

Re: How long...?

by von.otter

It is possible to tour Cordoba in one day; make it a day trip from Sevilla, where is much more to see and do.

Re: How long...?

by Mozumbus

for me, a day trip is a just enough, while I would like to spend atleast one night there. If you are into history then Madinutul Azhara is worth doing half-a-day trip from Cordoba...

Re: How long...?

by puerto_lover

Certainly also depends on what other 'attractions' are available in both cities at the time of your trip. For example in May Cordoba has a number of things going on including a PATIO FESTIVAL that enables the visitor to see inside many city patios and enjoy the flowers and colours. Then at end May they have the annual feria.
But as you have read, most of the famous sights in Cordoba are centred around the magnificent Mezquita and Cathedral which is truly magical and worth spending plenty of time at. Both inside and outside. But around this building within easy walking are some other places such as the Roman Bridge which in my opinion has been modified too much, and the Alcazar .

So if you want to visit just these main sights then a one day trip from Seville is good. However the more you study the city, the more you discover other nice sights !

Re: How long...?

by unaS

I did a one day trip to Cordoba from Sevilla.

While I feel that I saw a lot and enjoyed the trip very much I would have like to spend 1 night and another 1/2 day there too.

Details on my Cordoba page.

Re: How long...?

by smirnofforiginal

I loved Cordoba and I was so pleased I stayed overnight and did not rush it.

The old town is small and most charming - especially some of the eateries in the evening. You can spend a relaxed day at the mezquita and in the town quite easily, enjoy an evening and then pick your way around the roman ruins etc... before leaving the following day.

Of course, this was my personal taste - others may not agree but I loved the atmosphere here. Such character and so friendly. It was of my favourite towns.... but 3 days - no! :-)

Re: How long...?

by cachaseiro

A day can possibly do, but i would say you need a full day then.
I personally prefer Cordoba to both Sevilla and Granada, but mabye that is just me.
I would not go there without spending at least one night there.

Travel Tips for Córdoba

Calleja de las Flores (Street of Flowers)

by Martin_S.

Probably the most well known street in the old city of Cordova, the Calleja de las Flores (Street of Flowers), leads off the main throughofare into a cul-de-sac of only a few hundred meters long. There is a sign that you can see in the first photo, but you need to be on the lookout for this as it is NOT obvious, nor is it lit at night. The street is a very quiet residential street, very narrow and close, but with many plants hanging in their pots from various places. We did see this in many other places as well, some with even more plants.

Streets of the City (La...

by ctv881




Streets of the City (La Judería District):

The narrow streets, the winding alleys and small out-of-the-way plazas, where the white limestone shines, where you can still hear the murmur of the water fountains and where you are surrounded burgundy geraniums and elongated plantains, in a warm environment, that tease your five senses.

Streets from the Judería: This city quarter was inhabited by Spanish Jews, Sephardics Jews, and is made up of winding little beautiful streets dates as far back as the I century, reaching is zenith in the X century with the Jewish academies that it hosted. It would be from here where most of the advances of the Middle Ages would spring to life, since Córdoba was a cradle for poets, scientists, and philosophers which are remembered with the street names.

Maimonides, the Jewish philosopher

by Carmela71

People whose name is related to Cordoba


His name was Rabi Mose Ben Maimon, but it was known by Maimonides. to call him a philosopher does not justice to him, writer, scientific, doctor .....

At Juderia in Tiberiades Square, next to the Museo Taurino

Botanical Gardens

by davidcross

I am surprised to find this is 'off the beaten path' but I spent a lot of time looking through this site and it seems near to unmentioned anywhere.
It is not surprising that Cordoba, with its wonderful patios that several people have mentioned, should have good botanical gardens - more surprising that they did not open until 1989. For this reason the arboretum, while a lovely, interesting and shaded area does not have the huge, grand trees of some ther similar gardens.
The gardens are extensive and include large areas of research and a garden for the blind with distinctive feeling as well as distinctive smelling plants.
There are two museums in the gardens. One is the Paleobotanical Museum which has an excellent collection of leaf fossils . These are splendidly displayed to show development over different prehistoric periods and the building is an old water mill.
The other is the Ethno botanical Museum which shows the interaction between humanity and plants. This has inter-active exhibits and is splendid for children.
Entry is only a couple of euros.

Great place in heart of the city!

by Hosell about Casa Pepe de la Juderia.

It is a very good and a little bit expensive restaurant,it is located very close of Mosque in the Jewish Quarter.Has a lot of nice dishes to choose from and also has a daily menu at 27 Euros per person. Here you can see a some of main meat dishes:

Chuleton de Cebón.
Cordero Sefardí (Lamb)
Paletilla de Cordero (Lamb's Leg)
Solomillo de Buey.
Chuletitas de Cordero.(Lamb's chops)

Fishes Dishes:

Merluza a la Cordobesa (Hake)
Salmon a la Naranja.
Dorada a la Cordobesa.
Rape en Salsa.

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Address: Eduardo Dato 7, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain