Oasis Hotel

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

Avda de Cadiz 78, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14013, Spain

1 Review

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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 39% more than similarly rated 1 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families63
  • Couples67
  • Solo50
  • Business50
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    Oasis Hotel is a 1 star hotel located on Avda de Cadiz, a twenty-five minute walk from the city center. Attractions in the vicinity include Calahorra Tower (Torre de la Calahorra), Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, and El Cardenal. Oasis Hotel received a 94% satisfaction rating. Positive reviewer comments included very friendly staff that spoke English well, fair rates, and clean atmosphere. Reviewers also mentioned having a “super time” and called the hotel nice, clean, and welcoming. Guests recommend visiting the small food market and bazaar right across the street rather than eating at the hotel. Some also advise to bring headphones so you can tune out the noisy traffic. There were few negative comments such as some of the rooms appearing dated and in need of improvements. Amenities include high-speed wireless internet access, pool, satellite television, and free parking.

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by jgmille

we're taking a day trip to cordoba on march 21st (in 10 days!); is it necessary to buy AVE tickets in advance? can you still get a good price by buying at Atocha the day before? thanks for your suggestions! the link on the renfe website to buy tickets isn't working right now....

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I would buy them the day before. If you at your hotel in Madrid, you may be able to buy them directly on line if your concierge is accomodating. Sometimes it can be a little line crazy trying to buy them the day of, but that may be because it was not clear to me what I was supposed to do. Karl

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Because all the main attractions and monuments are close together, Cordoba is best explored on foot. For the old Jewish Quarter, this is really the only way to get around since many of the winding streets are quite narrow. Its compact size.

not miss the lovely patios...

by Krystynn

not miss the lovely patios along the quaint alleys of this lovely city. In the heart of Cordoba is the Juderia - the Old Jewish Quarter near the Mezquita.

As I walked around the narrow cobbled alleys where cars cannot enter; counted the many wrought iron gates here and tiny workshops where I found silversmiths hard at work creating their next masterpiece of fine jewelry.... (perhaps?)... it sure gave me an impression that little has changed since Cordoba was one of the greatest cities in Europe in the 11th century!

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JUDERIA. On the north side of...

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JUDERIA. On the north side of the Camposanto lies the Juderia, the old Jewish quarter. On plaza de las Bulas you will find the Museo Taurino (bulfighting Museum). To the north of the museum is the Synagogue (1315), one of the oldest surviving synagogues in Spain and one of only three remaining in all of Spain (the other two are in Toledo - see our Spain: Toledo page).

many little Bars

by pepples46

many little Bar's for a Drink, or Lunch in the Juderia, not far from La Mesquita lot's of food which cools you down..Salats, the usual tapas and trink lots of water...more food info on my Andalucia page


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Address: Avda de Cadiz 78, Cordoba, Andalusia, 14013, Spain