Located in the heart of the Jewish quarter in Cordoba, Seneca Hostel is situated in a traditional Andalusian house. Here you will receive attentive and courteous treatment from a cordovan family .
In Seneca Hostel you can enjoy breakfast, soft drinks, juices, beer and wines in our traditional Cordovan patio. Our rooftop terrace will offer beautiful views and relaxation to any of our travellers.
Free WIFI is available in communal areas.
The hostel has 12 doubles, twins, singles and triples rooms, with private or communal bathroom available. We also have 4 or 6-bed dorms.
The center of the house forms a typical Cordoban courtyard with its roots dating back to Arabic times and impressed by the exuberance in their plants.
WE RECOMMEND YOU TO PARK IN THE PASEO DE LA VICTORIA as we don't have our own hostel parking. There you will be able to find free parking, or cheap 24h parking. Once there you can go to the property walking. If you need to leave your luggages in the property with your car you can access the jewish quarter, Paseo de la Victora as starting point, taking right on Calle Lope De Hoces, from there take first street to the left and enter through the street Eduardo Dato, Continue along Perez De Clastro which becomes Street Plaza De Ramon y Cajal. There turn right on Valladares and go down the street and turn left on street Fernandez Ruano, then turn right on Calle Buen Pastor and find us at Conde y Luque number 7.
If you arrive to Cordoba by bus or train: Outside the station you can take bus 3 or 4 and get off at Diario Cordoba. From there go up the street Claudio Marcelo. You will arrive to la Plaza de las Tendillas,
Tendillas Square, take the second on your left Jesus y Maria Street and walk down the street for about 2 minutes. You will find another little square where taking on your right in Conde y Luque street you will find us at number 7.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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The hostel is very beautiful & clean. It is located near the attraction sites.
However, the hostel is very cold tho the heater is on twice a day and the wi-fi speed is quite low perhaps
because we stayed on the 3rd floor.
The major drawback ithink, is there's no kitchen available.
The staff are helpful but only one of them can speak english.
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A very nice boutique style hostel that has a couple of major letdowns.
The first being the lack of bathrooms. There is only 2 shared ones between the whole place, and downstairs there is a small restaurant so sometimes the people who have walked in off the street for some tapas will see you walking past in your towel
The second is the kitchen. It is just disgusting. It's really weird, like stepping into a completely different building. The hostel has a kinda 'shabby-chic' vibe to it, and then you go into the kitchen and it stinks! There was only one decent saucepan and one decent frying pan. Everything looked filthy and we found cockroaches. The fridge looked like it hadn't been cleaned in a while, even though it said they cleaned it out every Sunday.
Everything else here was cool. The roof terrace was nice, the beds were big and comfy and the staff were friendly on the whole. If you're going to eat in restaurants during you're stay then this is an ok place to stay. If you want to cook for yourself, try and find somewhere else until they do up the kitchen.
It is a beautiful place that has been taken good care of. It is a bit noisy, so bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper. Staff is not always on location.
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