Hostal Azahar Cordoba Reviews
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Might be a nice location to stay in summer. In winter however... Even though I know that houses in the south of Spain have no heating, the logic of it still escapes me. Especially in combination with the insulation (which is crap). This means, that we are quite happy to only have spent one night in the hostel, as it was quite icy in the room which was only separated from an open courtyard by a badly insulating door and window and the AC was dead (temperature outside: 0 °C). Staff was helpful tho
Perfect location, easy to get there and the staff is like family. He takas the time to explain and give The best recomendations for visits and to esta! One of my best holidays!
The location was as central as it can get - right next to the Mezquita! The hostel felt more like a hotel - with thorough room cleaning service each day. We stayed in a double room with private bathroom in the center of the hostel, with patios to two sides. This gave a nice atmosphere but at the same time we could thus hear everything through the relatively thin walls and windows. The staff was friendly and helpful in recommending us places to eat.
Super well located and easy to locate place. Room was tiny but sufficient. Parking available which is important when staying in the old town. No breakfast available though.
It is one of the best hotels I have visited Sincerily recommend it to travelers
Very nice hostel, friendly and helpful staff. Location is great, next to the Mezquita! Room is simple, but with all the facilities you need including airco. Felt more like a hotel than a hostel though, but loved our stay in this city!
When I first arrived the staff were particularly rude, telling me I could not travel (or stay in the hostel) with only my driving licence as a form of ID. It was not until my boyfriend showed he was a student from Granada that we got anything out of them. The room was sweet, small, very clean and good location. My only complaint would be that you could hear everything from the street, the hallways and other rooms.