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As Cordoba is a very nice but rather small city the location of your hotel is not that important. I would suggest staying between the river's Pte San Rafael / Pte Miraflores & the Jardines de la Agricultura. The vicinity of the railway station is...More
We stayed only one night in the hotel (there is a hostal with the same name). Our room was nice and clean. Staff was very friendly. The hotel is perfectly located, right in the city centre. Parking available. Breakfast is available in hostal maestre: not...More
Only stayed one night here. Thanks to our GPS we find the hostal quite easily , however, it is really situated in a little street.
I was quite surprised to see the reception of the hostal ( nice and quite luxury) , but it was...More
Booked a so called apartment for 2 people at the Hotel Maestre-upon arriving the accomodation was not what we had expected-very dark-no views and the so called apartment consisted of a grotty kitchenette with a dirty fridge, I had to go to reception to get...More
We stayed at the Maestro in early May on the second leg of a 1 week trip through Andalusia. Our first impression was good with the reception area well laid out. I unfortuantely left my rucksack in the taxi. When the receptionist found out, she...More
US$37 - US$85 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#8 Family Hotel in Cordoba
Non-Smoking Rooms, Family Rooms
Number of rooms
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Response from AlbacoreClub | Reviewed this property |
There didn't appear to be any order to the underground parking. For example I asked the receptionist if I had to park in a spot which corresponded to my room number and he just shrugged! So I it's unlikely that they'd... More
There didn't appear to be any order to the underground parking. For example I asked the receptionist if I had to park in a spot which corresponded to my room number and he just shrugged! So I it's unlikely that they'd reserve a space.
However, as you go down the ramp there is a fairly large space on the right - alongside the slope of the ramp as it were- which looks unlikely for cars. So I'm sure you'd be able to go down the ramp and then do that walking-your-bike-backward thing to claim space there.
Response from davestat68 | Reviewed this property |
We were there in May. The car park is underground and very difficult to get in and out of. The breakfast was very poor in our opinion. We returned to Cordoba later in May and stayed elsewhere as we were unimpressed by the... More
We were there in May. The car park is underground and very difficult to get in and out of. The breakfast was very poor in our opinion. We returned to Cordoba later in May and stayed elsewhere as we were unimpressed by the Maestre.