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Don Paula, Cordoba

Situated in a small square in downtown Cordoba and close to the Iglesia de la Trinidad, the Don Paula is a two-star property with ten rooms.

9.2 Guest Rating

Santa Ana Hostal, Cordoba

The Santa Ana Hostal is a one-star, family-run place located smack-dab in the middle of Cordoba’s Jewish Quarter.

8.5 Guest Rating

Senses&Colours Añil Hostal, Cordoba

The one-star Senses & Colours Anil Hostal is situated in Cordoba’s Jewish Quarter and is within walking distance of many of the town’s main sights.

7.6 Guest Rating

AC Hotel Córdoba by Marriott, Cordoba

Located in Cordoba’s La Sierra business district, the four-star AC Cordoba offers 98 rooms with standard amenities.

7.3 Guest Rating

Hosteria Lineros 38, Cordoba

Located smack dab in the heart of Cordoba’s old town, the two-star Hosteria Lineros 38 features basic rooms with Mudejar-style décor.

8.2 Guest Rating

Hostal El Triunfo, Cordoba

Located in Cordoba’s Old Town right next to the Mezquita, the two-star Hostal El Triunfo offers 55 rooms with air conditioning.

7.3 Guest Rating

Hostal la Fuente, Cordoba

Located just a five-minute walk from Cordoba’s famous Mosque, the one-star Hostal La Fuente is equipped with 40 air conditioned rooms.

7.9 Guest Rating

Casa de los Naranjos, Cordoba

Situated in a typical 19th-century Andalusian house, the two-star Casa de los Naranjos has 20 basic rooms on offer. From the hotel, it’s a ten-minute walk to most Cordoba sights.

7.8 Guest Rating


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Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to cheap hotels in Cordoba and throughout Europe. Since 2001 we’ve been scoping out the best hotel deals in Europe, always looking for accommodation that’s central, clean and cheap.

As a religious and cultural capital, Cordoba has been a major tourist destination since the Middle Ages. That means it's had centuries to figure out how best to accommodate visitors. On the other hand, things can get expensive in the city’s hotels and pensions, especially if you're visiting during the high season (April-May).

However, budget travelers should not despair. Cordoba offers plenty of small two- and three-star hotels, along with reasonably priced pensions (many of which are tucked away in the city’s famous patios). You’ve come to the right place to find an affordable night’s sleep in Cordoba.

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