Hospes Palacio del Bailío is near to the main atractions in Cordoba, as Correderam Palacio del Marqués de Viana Squate and Córdoba mosque.
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"Absolutely charming and lovely hotel near everything in Cordoba"
My favorite aspect of this gorgeous hotel is the wonderful spaces everywhere -- besides the main dining room, which is classy and traditional, there is a bar area with exquisite dark spaces and beautiful design, where we had dessert after a night in town. The outdoor garden and calm swimming pool is a beautiful place to read. Similarly, there is a reading room that is charming. Rooms are fine, room service was speedy and good. And the hotel is a short walk to town and to the sights. We couldn't have been happer.
"Amazingly renovated Palace which with excavation disco"
This amazing Hotel operated by the chain who have other converted palaces. The original Palace was built over Roman ruins and discovered during an excavation. The ruins may be viewed through a glass floor in the breakfast room and a lounge area. Roma baths are used now as a Spa. The huge bedroom was modern but with a palatial feeling. The bathroom was an elongated spaces since strict rules were observed at the time of converting to a 5* Hotel. I used the spa and enjoyed the massage. Dinner was enjoyable. The breakfast was a large selection buffet style.
"Beautiful palace, beautiful city, great value for money"
The Hospes Palacio Baiío is a beautiful XV century palace built upon the most amazing Roman ruins (which can be visited) and one of the best preserved mosaics in Spain. The palace has been turned into a lovely hotel and the rooms are spacious, well designed and, in short great for a visit. Cordoba and its people are one of the most hospitable, kind, fun, cultural packed wonders of the world. Do not leave Spain without visiting, Cordoba, a short AVE train ride from Madrid (and very inexpensive too) for it is breathtaking in its syncretic combination of Moslem, Christian and Jewish art. When you come to Cordoba, this newly restored Renaissance palace is the place to be. The manager (like all the personnel of the hotel), Alberto Perez was sympathy, charm and service personified, and he tried to be on top of our stay. The Spa was lovely and we had a very good treatment with very capable beauticians. This stay has made me a friend of the Hospes chain and I intend to visit all the other palaces.
An encounter between the historical setting and a modern decoration. your mileage may vary as this clash is not for everyone. But the staff is kind and the location is OK. The rooms are comfortable and clean but lacking plugs and tables/anything to put stuff on (nothing in bathroom to lay your stuff for exemple) The minus: the corridors are extremely noisy... waking up at 7am on a saturday because of banging doors, and staff' speaking very loudly is not really nice...
"Hotel in need of improvements "
So the hotel itself is really lovely, and the location is very good as it's just a five minute walk till you get to a very nice plaza with a lot of tapa bars. It's also very central so you can get to a lot of places. The hotel has a lovely patio outside where you can sit and relax, a nice lounge and the staff are very friendly and helpful. However there are a few negative things. The room we stayed in was a bit drab and dull. The bathroom also smelled the first night and still smelled a wee bit strange during our whole stay. The food on our first night was very good but the valentines menu the next night was very disappointing. Most of the dishes were cold, and they just didn't taste that good. Breakfast was okay but limited. They had a buffet which was fine but not great. If you wanted a hot dish you could only order eggs, omelet, or churros. Nothing else. I ordered an omelette and it was pretty plain and boring. We went down to the spa and the lady told us we had to book. We'd gone on a short tour previously of the spa and nobody had told us anything about booking. Also the spa was a bit cramped and there was nowhere to sit. Maybe this is just something in Spain but the bathroom in our room had no lock, and the toilet basically had no door so only one person could be in the bathroom at one time. So overall this hotel was nice, but there were just too many hiccups to make it good. If all the food had been good and the room had been nicer I would have given it four stars.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM