x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cordoba is £34 per night.
Plaza de Juda Levi s/nExcellent 93%
lloyd1018 When I checked in here I was lead to believe that the breakfasts would be free. The man behind the counter even double checked my booking and confirmed this to me. I was delightfully surprised. When I checked out three days later of course it was a different story. Another man who was at the counter said 'we never offer free breakfasts'. To say the least I wasn't impressed. I suppose you could put it down to a communication breakdown but it didn't seem that way to me. I've stayed in quite a few places overseas and never had an experience like this before. On top of that I was charged for internet use. No service charges were mentioned when I requested a wi fi login and password. As it turned out I couldn't login to the service using my laptop anyway for the first two days. The first man I checked in with knew that. Yet it appears I was charged for a service I couldn’t access. Btw when I did logon on the 3rd day it was a weak signal. When I arrived I asked if I could pay the bill then and there but was told I couldn't which made me suspicious. I was thinking this is probably a sneaky way of adding on costs, I don't like being lied to and feel I was deceived by this hotel. I agree with other reviewers about the rooms being quite good and the staff being friendly but I really hate having the wool pulled over my eyes. I think this hotel would do well to train their staff about ethics.
vincenttb Very nice hostel, close to the Mezquita, friendly staff, plenty of bars and restaurants within 50 metres and a lovely roof terrace. Definitely a good place to stay to cover Cordoba.
bordelaise What a pity that the man who received us was'nt very talkative. He just forgot to to explain us that we could use the street without any card or ticket. So we made turns and turns before parking aside to put our luggage in the room.
Calle del Conde y Luque, 7Very Good 77%
JadeLuke 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.
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