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AC Hotel Córdoba Palacio is located in the historic centre of Córdoba, very close to the Paseo de la Victoria, the Jewish quarter, the bullfighting museum, the Córdoba Mosque, and the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos. This allows for quick and easy access to the AVE train station and the city’s business district. AC Hotel Córdoba Palacio features 162 well-designed and functional rooms, while the terrace is the perfect location to relax. The hotel swimming pool offers a superb view overlooking the city of Córdoba (please note the outside swimming pool will remain closed until May 2013), and the hotel restaurant offers cuisine which puts a contemporary twist on traditional cuisine. Thanks to its practical location and high-quality facilities, this urban Córdoba hotel is an excellent choice for holidays and business trips alike.
This Cordoba hotel offers a coffee shop/café and a bar/lounge. Wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharges apply). Business amenities at this 4-star property include a business center, small meeting rooms, and a technology helpdesk. Additional amenities include a fitness facility, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Onsite parking is offered for a surcharge.
The Macia Alfaros Hotel accepts credit cards for payment but guests can request for currency exchange when necessary. For leisure or sightseeing in Cordoba, they can inquire at the tour desk about local hotspots they can visit. The Macia Alfaros Hotel also has its own conference rooms and internet access for more convenience to the traveller during his trip.
Hotel Macia Alfaros has an outdoor pool and a health club. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. This Cordoba hotel offers a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Additional amenities include a concierge desk, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities.
The Palacete Mirador, a refurbished 19th-Century palace full of atmosphere, enjoys a green, panoramic location at the foot of the Sierra de Cordoba mountains. From the vantage point of the Palacete Mirador, gaze out at beautiful Cordoba through the bright restaurants large conservatory windows. Explore miles of lush green gardens at your doorstep. Lounge in peace around the outdoor swimming pool, or play in the water with your family and friends. Relax in the jacuzzi or sip a drink from the bar on the terrace. Boasting free parking and Wi-Fi, and with Cordoba just a few km away, the Palacete Mirador is an excellent choice for those seeking a retreat from the busy city centre.
Dining options at this historic hotel include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. A complimentary breakfast is available. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. The staff can provide concierge services, wedding services, and event catering. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool, multilingual staff, and limo/town car service. Onsite parking is complimentary.
Córdoba was the largest city in Roman Spain, the capital of the province of Baetica, and birthplace of Seneca the Younger, philosopher and tragedian. But its golden era was between the mid-8th and very early 11th centuries, when it was the centre of the great medieval Caliphate of Córdoba. As one of the world’s largest and most cultured cities, the splendid capital of the western Islamic Empire had the first university and the earliest street lighting in Europe.
The city is dominated by the greatest surviving monument from that period, the magnificent Great Mosque known as La Mezquita. Other architectural highlights include the Alcázar de losReyes Cristianos, the 14th-century synagogue in the Barrio de la Judería (Jewish Quarter), the 16th-century Palacio de los Marquéses de Viana, with 13 flower-filled patios that are typical of Córdoba, the Plaza de la Corredera dating from the 17th century and the only Castilian-style plaza in Andalucía, the Museo Arqueológico and the Museo Taurino. Look, also, for the unusual Plaza del Potro, home to the Museo Diocesano de BellasArtes (Fine Arts Museum) and the Museo Julio Romero de Torres.