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If you're going on a city break for a 3 days or a long weekend, you want a hotel central to everything, clean, comfortable and a good bathroom, oh....and a reasonable price. Well....Hotel Gonzalez has all of that and add some charm too. Ok....its location...More
We were in Córdoba for two days with no booking for A hotel and looked for a room. Places were full or pricey. The friendly reception guy gave us his 3 last room and discounted them as they were in the entrance floor and behind...More
Travelled with friends who had actually made the booking. We had 2 top floor rooms next to each other; both were, in terms of bathroom, beds etc, more than adequate, and, looking over the 'patio' area, were nice and quiet. However, our room absolutely reeked...More
Good location and value for price if you want to stay 1 night in Cordoba. Reasonable quiet environment for being so close to everything. Free Wifi.
No parking at the hotel, If you decide to have breakfast at the hotel consider comparing other prices in...More
We had three nights here and our room was spacious, very clean and comfortable. The reception staff were all helpful and friendly and printed our bus tickets for us. Set in the Old Jewish quarter, the hotel is just a few minutes walk to the...More
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We did not ask them to hold our luggage, but I'm not sure how comfortable I would feel leaving it. The lobby is right off a busy touristy street and next to the entrance to a restaurant, so there's a lot of foot traffic... More
We did not ask them to hold our luggage, but I'm not sure how comfortable I would feel leaving it. The lobby is right off a busy touristy street and next to the entrance to a restaurant, so there's a lot of foot traffic. Also there are no safes in the rooms. But it might be worth emailing them and asking them the question. I would hold out for a locked storage room.