Huerta de las Palomas

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Priego-Zagrilla Km 3, Priego de Cordoba, Andalusia, 14800, Spain

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Huerta de las Palomas
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    Huerta de las Palomas is a 4 star hotel located on Priego-Zagrilla Km, a few kilometers from Priego de Cordoba. Attractions in the vicinity include Corral del Carbon (Coal House), Salon de Bodas El Rinconcillo, and Monte Campillo. Huerta de las Palomas received a 99% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included clean and attractive, welcoming interior, and friendly staff. Reviewers also called it a “hidden gem” for its charm and relaxing atmosphere. Guests mentioned the rooms were large and the shower had remarkable water pressure. There were few negative comments such as some areas feeling a little outdated; one guest said the bathroom was “below the 4star standard”. Amenities include swimming pool, jacuzzi, and garden.

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Gonzalez Hotel or Plateros Hotel

by Pickles11

We are traveling next April and have 2 nites to spend in Cordoba. We will not have a car so it's public transportation or walking. Has anyone a preference on these two hotels? Or, another? We are not wanting a 'plush' hotel, rather an experience. Any and all help appreciated!

Re: Gonzalez Hotel or Plateros Hotel

by Pickles11

sounds like a really great deal! was it fairly quiet, decent beds and near some good restaurants? and, does it have the charm and staff warm?

Re: Gonzalez Hotel or Plateros Hotel

by Holly76

plateros is a good choice too. the building is from the 1850s, the rooms are comfortable and the staff is welcoming. situated halfway between plaza corredera and great mosque of córdoba.

found hotel information in english right here:

hope it helps.

Travel Tips for Córdoba

each year,in may,a lot of patios in blossom.....

by cbeaujean

during the first two weeks of may.....inhabitants are proud to open their private inside yards....island of quietness and coolness...
if you have the opportunity,visit the patios under daylight but also in the darkness....both have a spell!

from 10am to 2pm and
from 7pm to 11pm a wonder inside the wonderful old city....

Roman Bridge over the...

by ctv881

Roman Bridge over the Guadalquivir River

Believed to be constructed by the Roman Emperor Augustus, it consists of 16 arches. Having undergone many changes throughout the centuries and suffering under many rebellions and battles, this bridge still stands proudly. Half way through the bridge a statue of Saint Raphael dating from 1,651, watches over the city. It is always in surrounded by flowers and small banners of the petitions from the devout Cordobenians since 1,648 it was attributed with sparing the city from the great epidemic that assailed it.

The Bridge’s Gate, also known as the Arch of the Triumph, substitutes the original Roman arch and was built by order of King Philip II in 1,572.


by dtamas

Patios are quiet, shaded interior gardens behind the wrought iron gates of many houses. There is a custom in Cordoba, that in springtime, when the flowers are in bloom, you're invited to see these hidden beauties (marked with a "patio" sign on the street). What more, there is a competition for patios each year.

Palacio de Linares

by pepples46

Palacio de Linares, the entrance to the gardens, a little picnic in a beautiful surrounding
the altitude of 1300m makes Linares special, the heat of the lower regions has not arrived here. I recommend a stroll along the River Linares just outside the city

Bodegas Mezquita

by barryg23

Bodegas Mezquita is a small chain of tapas bars in Cordoba with restaurants spread out around the old town.

We first visited after our evening walking tour of Cordoba, for the wine and tapas included in the tour price. We liked it so much that the following night we returned on our own.

There is a good selection of tapas and wines on the menu. I think we tried Gazpacho (Andalucian soup), Albondigas (meatballs) and bacalao (salted cod) and all were excellent. Prices were good too, especially as we were in a popular restaurant in the most touristy part of Cordoba.

We were also lucky enough to get a free glass of Montilla, a local sherry, which the waiters brought to everyone in the bar.


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