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This hotel was recommended in my guide book to Andalucia. It is in an amazing location, right next to the Mezquita and in the old part of the city full of history amidst its narrow streets. The hotel is furnished in a traditional Spanish style...More
This small hotel is located right across the narrow street from one of the entrances to La Mezquita. We couldn't believe we could just walk out and be there so easily. There are good restaurants and cafes all around. Our room looked at the outside...More
This hotel is in the heart of the old town literally across a small road from the famed Mezquita.
It is very clean and comfortable. The only thing to be prepared for is that while there are elevators they do not reach every floor so...More
Like others, we had been on day trips to Cordoba. Staying 2 nights at the querky Hotel, Mezquita was great: literally 20 metres from the door to the 1000-year-old mosque; corridors full of antique furniture and paintings; very quiet room overlooking the roofed-in central, good...More
Chose this hotel based on other reviews and in particular location which is literally opposite the Mosque-Cathedral.
Friendly reception made check in/out easy and large 3 bed room at rear of property was clean and nicely appointed but didn’t have much of a view.
Response from retiredsunshine | Reviewed this property |
Parking and driving through the old town streets is very difficult due to the narrowness of the streets themselves and if you park too long the police will arrive and move you on. Its best to park up your car for the day or... More
Parking and driving through the old town streets is very difficult due to the narrowness of the streets themselves and if you park too long the police will arrive and move you on. Its best to park up your car for the day or days whichever is relevant in the large car park just at the back of the ancient mosque this leaves you free to wander the streets on foot or by horse and carriage. Hope this assists.