Hostal Lineros 38
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Lineros 38 Córdoba
Described as 1 Star, I would probably give this a 2. Very clean, beautiful old building with central courtyard. No facilities (probably why it has 1 star only) but brilliant location for the Mezquita and underground car park opposite the hotel. Compact and charming.
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