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What We Love

  • The hotel’s unexpected, rust-colored facade, which catches the light at different points of the day to dramatic effect
  • The lobby design, with its metallic lighting fixtures, etched glass screens and floor-to-ceiling windows
  • The property’s location, near Cordoba’s lively Jewish quarter

What To Know

  • Ask at reception for towels for use by the rooftop pool
  • There is free Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby, but there is an added charge for access in the guest rooms
  • Conveniently located to the Cordoba food market, perfect for picking up Aldalucian specialties


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
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State-of-the-art hotel with views of historic Cordoba, a pool deck and topnotch Aldalucian cuisine

The Lowdown

In historic Cordoba, a warren of narrow, winding streets, it’s a rarity to find spacious, contemporary rooms and soaring public areas. Such is the charm of the AC Hotel Cordoba Palacio, with its on-site parking, rain showers, and clever touches like bedside spotlights for reading. From the atrium of a lobby, with dark wood floors and glass walls, to ultra-modern guestrooms with gorgeous views, the hotel brings a sleek design to this historic city. The pool deck also provides views to the city, as well as a relaxing place to swim an unwind. When it’s time for dinner, the restaurant provides international cuisine with a twist, by using traditional ingredients characteristic of Cordoban cuisine.

In the Area

The Andalucian city of Cordoba is known for its colorful medieval history, and the mix of Christian, Muslim and Jewish influences that have shaped its architecture, cuisine and culture. For a look at the city’s historic foundations, take a tour on the Roman Cordoba Route, to visit some of the remains of Roman Cordoba, circa the first century AD. Explore the history of the Inquisition at sites throughout the city, or visit the Alcazar Castle. The Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, built around the year 1000 AD is a magnificent Renaissance Mosque, with walking distance of the hotel. Get lost exploring the city’s hidden patios, leafy, private spaces that are open to the public in May or used as oasis-like restaurants and cafes.

How to Get There

Eurostars Palace
Paseo de la Victoria, s/n
Cordoba, 14004 Spain


what a wonderful surprise
james b

we had had to make a last minute change and were routed to this hotel
on the website we were not encouraged---it looked charmless but when we arrived it was great
very modern with all amenities but also lots of charm and the people could not have been nicer
the room was very clear and very nice---lots of light and good views
just across the street from the gate to the old city----5-10 minutes to the Mosque (Mesquite)
could not have been better

Great location
Rosalie A

The hotel was situated in a fabulous area you could pretty much walk everywhere. The staff at the hotel was very accommodating. Unfortunately our first room smelled like cigarette smoke so they moved us to another room without any issues.The room was very clean and very nice but the beds were the most uncomfortable that we have ever slept on. They were so hard. Our room was a little bit tired as the wallpaper was peeling off the wall. And the shower also took quite a while to get hot water. The breakfast in the morning was OK With lots of variety.

Nice hotel

The hotel was nice, and average. Location was great, it’s 3 minutes walk from the old city of Cordoba.
Very friendly staff, and the breakfast was amazing!
Only weird thing I found was the cluster phobic toilets. They were oddly placed