Hotel Eurostars Maimonides

Address: Torrijos 4, Córdoba, Andalusia, 14003, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Torrijos 4, Córdoba, is near Great Cathedral and Mosque (Mezquita de Cordoba), Calleja de las Flores, Sinagoga, and El Cardenal.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Eurostars Maimonides Córdoba

      Great place to stay in Cordoba.

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      We stayed in this hotel for one night. And only because we stayed here we could see the Mezquita or teh Mosque/Cathedral of Cordoba. The mosque is litterally accross the street, less than 10 yds away from the hotel door. The price is right. The rooms are very comfortable and BIG! with big beds and sat T.V and what not. Yes! the A/C was not working properly and when we tried to have the windows open it was too noisy outside with garbage trucks and birds and etc. However, everything said and done, this hotel deserves the "best in Cordoba" rating. I will go back there any day.

      Excellent value

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      This hotel is excellent value. Rooms clean but basic. I would agree about the air conditioning struggling as we were there when it was very hot - 44 at one point. Great location. Staff very efficient and friendly, I would recommend this to anyone visiting Cordoba.

      Great Location, But Be Careful If It's Hot

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      The fantastic thing about this hotel is the location...just across the street form the Mezquita. Also, the buffet breakfast is among the best I've seen anywhere in Spain (Paradores included), and I've lived here for more than 25 yrs.

      However, we were there just last week when the temps. in Córdoba were close to 112 degrees, and the A.C. was definitely lacking. We had to change rooms three times before we finally got lucky and had fully functional air.

      In the morning, we had to walk through a huge puddle to get to the bathroom. There was water pouring out of the Air conditioning unit in the ceiling. Not pleasant.

      The room are basic, but comfortable. The mini-bar prices are decent. Important because the wonderful bar in the patio downstairs doesn't exist anymore as far as we could see.

      Another warning. If you arrive by car, get really good directions. We drove around for an hour, and were only able to find the hotel when a very kind local led us there. I don't know what you'd do if you spoke no Spanish. It is NOT well marked.

      Would I stay there again? Yes...there IS free parking, which is a big plus. It's clean. The price is right. Not a five star hotel, but for a couple of nights, it's fine.

      Perfect!

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      This hotel is perfectly situated directly opposite the Mesquita, Cordoba's main attraction. The staff are friendly and the rooms are very comfortable with all mod cons. Definitely recommended for a stay in Cordoba!

      Good bargain!!!

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      Hotel Maimonides is an excellent 3-star hotel with nice rooms, big bathroom. It has the advantage of underground parking and the price is included in the room.

      Good breakfast. Beautiful hotel, lovely patio. Definitely advisable.

      Very lovely hotel

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      Our room opened up into a beautiful inner courtyard. The decor of the room, courtyard and the whole hotel was just beautiful, with some Moorish influence. The room was very spacious, hot water excellent and breakfast was plenty. Highly recommended, especially because the Mezquita is literally directly opposite. Also, this hotel has basement parking. Very good!

      Great location!

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      For our first ever trip to Spain, my wife & I found the Maimonides to be a good start. The rooms are clean & comfortable although the walls are on the thin side-- we could hear the maids heels clikcing on the stone tile floors of the hallways outside! The staff was very helpful and if not fluent in English, they certainly knew enough. The real reason, however, to stay heare is for convenience to the Mosque, which you can literally enter by crossing the street. Also, plenty of good tapas bars & restaurants very near by. The area is a tad bit "touristy", but we found the more "genuine" areas of Cordoba to be within easy walking distance.

      Great location, worth the price

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      This hotel has the best location if plan on visiting the mosque which is right across the street. You can also walk around the town center where you´ll find shops, bars, restautants, shows, etc. The rooms are nice, clean and comfortable which justifies the price.

      Loved the Hotel but wouldn't stay again in Cordoba!

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      The hotel is extremely well located, immediately across from the mosque and at the heart of the "tourist" area. It is very lovely and has enclosed parking which is not too expensive. I would highly recommend this hotel although I wouldn't recommend staying overnight in Cordoba as we found it to be very quiet, with eating hidden away in scattered restaurants. It was the opposite of the other Spanish cities we visited.

      Nice hotel

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      It cost about £50 or $75 per night. Rooms were large, clean and nicely furnished. The reception and lounge areas were distinctly Moorish. Can't remember the food in the hotel but food in the city was fine. You can also park the car under the hotel. Cordoba is easy to drive round unlike Seville and Granada which are challenging.

      But the hotel was 20 yards/metres from the Mesquite which is world class gorgeous and worth revisiting on a daily basis a la Grand Central Station and the Globe. The city of Cordoba is quiet, lovely and again Moorish. Very spiritual in an other worldly sense (Catholic, Islam, Jewish).

      Food in the city was fine.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Eurostars Maimonides Córdoba

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      Travel Blogs from Córdoba

      Off to Cordoba

      A travel blog entry by mackles on Mar 24, 2015

      6 photos

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      Decided to go straight to the Mezquita. It is an old Mosque, which the Catholics stole/ confiscated in 1236, and to this day claim it belongs to the catholic church, including the Vatican refusing a request in 2004 for Muslims to worship there. The funny thing is that it looks a lot like a mosque! It is famous for it's double arches, and although many, many chapels have been added around the sides, in the name of many saints, it ...

      Walking off all the food

      A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 17, 2014

      4 comments, 12 photos

      ... shopping centre. Whilst similar to any old shopping centre back home the most interesting part about this one was that they offered little motorised furry animals for kids to ride around on. They were basically like little motorised horses that the kids control and can ride all over the shops on. Why the f**k didn't they have these when I was little?! It looked like so much fun and the kids were having a blast. Kids ...

      Are You Going to Cordoba Fair?

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on May 25, 2014

      52 photos

      ... and numerous equestrian "guards" dressed in historic costume. The atmosphere was fantastic, with families strolling the grounds together, at least 50 percent of the women sporting traditional garb and vino tinto pouring from barrels at wine booths. Plus the city was hosting a big club soccer game that afternoon, contending for the second division title. We could see the players warming up from the top of our Ferris wheel ride. We could easily ...

      Navigational Challenges

      A travel blog entry by zinnojan112 on Mar 24, 2014

      12 photos

      ... tiny portion of our travel plan not actually on either of our 2 maps. The historic district is comprised of very narrow, winding cobblestone "streets"....many of which are one-way, or worse yet, closed to automobiles! Ken would say, "Turn here" and I would reply, "That's not gonna work". After twice stopping to ask direcciones, and 30 minutes of trial and error, we happened upon our ...

      The Cathedrosque

      A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... wine and was just wonderful – one of the best we have tasted.

      On our way back to the hotel we wandered along the river to the Roman bridge and went out to the middle to view the Mezquita and other buildings at night then navigated our way back through the narrow streets of the old town. When we arrived back at the hotel at 1030 it was still 31º C and a forecast for tomorrow of 39º C. Thank goodness it is low humidity – 30%.
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