Bienvenidos al Hostal más bonito de Córdoba.
Bienvenidos, Viajeros Infatigables.
This Hostel with a family atmosphere has a long history, it is located in the heart of the Jewish quarter, only a few meters from the Mosque, so its typical construction of Casa Patio, is of Cultural Interest, the Synagogue, the Alcazar of the Christian Kings, the Roman Bridge or the Tower of the Calahorra, the most emblematic places of the city, are also very close.
The house has a wonderful terrace, with unparalleled views of the labyrinth of roofs, terraces and alleys of the Jewish quarter. A front yard welcomes you and a back yard full of charm, a shared kitchen where you can cook your own food and a cosy dining room make this house, its architecture and decoration, a unique place to travel with your senses to other times. Its 13 different rooms around the glazed courtyard, some with air conditioning and heating, are bright, spacious and some are double and some are shared. All with shared bathrooms and showers. All of them are cozy and unique, where even the most tireless traveller falls asleep.
The Hostel is perfect for groups of up to 45 travellers, as there is the possibility of hiring all the rooms exclusively for that group. With options for children and the comfort of having a unique space to enjoy. Tell us how many tireless travellers you are and we will do our best to make your stay perfect.
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Now if you book from the Le Routard guide, you have breakfast included!
How to get to the Hostel.
Bus or train: Just at the exit of both stations (one is in front of the other) you will find a bus stop for Urban Buses (green), take the line 3 and stop at Calle San Fernando, the Hostel is five minutes walking towards the Mosque and located in a side street to the Mosque, the street Martinez Rücker, at number 14.
Car: Don't put the GPS on, it will take you through practically impassable streets and you will get a hard time through very, very narrow streets. The best and most practical way is to park in the Miraflores Park area and walk across one of the two bridges (Puente de Miraflores or Puente Romano). You are now in the World Heritage Area, we are next to the Mosque on a side street. It's a seven-minute walk and your heart and your car will thank you. 14 Martinez Rucker Street, 14.