This hotel started the renewal process in 1934characterized by the typical style of a Sevillan House. It conserved the main features , highlighting the main patio with typical tiles from the Mensaque factory in Seville , cast iron columns and marble floors.
Located in the neighborhood of the Plaza de la Corredera , the house is a stimulus for the senseswhere we discover the colonial style. The adaptation to a hotel in 2002 strengthened its colonial character with colors, plants and the hospitality of Andalusia.
All rooms have free Wi - Fi , air conditioning, heating, digital TV, telephone , wireless Internet ( Wi -fi) , hair dryer , large mirrors. The furniture is a mix of iron and wood and natural fabrics which adds atmosphere. We find large windows on the streetside, a central courtyard a terrace and a back yard , aal flooded by natural light. You’ll find authentic tile floors in the bedrooms and wooden floors in the bathrooms.
The hotel has a library filled with all sorts of books, specialized in gastronomy, architecture, travel and art . Once outside the hotel Córdoba ismore than worth visiting sucha as the Mezquita , the Alcazar, the Synagogue , the Medina Azahara , the Roman Bridge , San Jeronimo Monastery Valparaiso or the Arab baths . Another must-see is Los Patios de Córdoba with peak attendence during the Patios Festival , held in the first half of May each year. All owners of a house with a patio open their homes to the public. Córdoba Province offers natural spaces of an extraordinary ecological interest and cities where history and art mix since centuries. Two of the most important cities of the Andalusian Baroque are in Cordoba Priego and Lucena , whose churches summarize the architectural principles of the art of the 17th and 18th century