If there is anything that characterises the city of Cordoba is its integrating spirit. For centuries it has been taking in with hospitality everyone that knocked on its door and has known how to integrate in its culture the best of every guest. Christians, Muslims, Jews, etc. all of them left their mark and knew to appreciate the charm of a magical city. In the 10th century it had half a million inhabitants and it was considered the largest, most cultured and opulent capital in the world.
As a consequence, time has made Cordoba an authentic melting pot of cultures. It is an example of tolerance among civilizations and a cultural global referent.
Eurostars Patios de Córdoba was born with the same integrating spirit. It is an elegant establishment that traces back the history of the city from the Romans, through the Muslim Caliphate and the Christian and Jewish influences, to our days.
This integrating character is also present on the architecture and the interior design of the hotel, as it combines classic style with avant-garde, with an Andalusian spirit touch. The best proofs of this cultural melting pot are the archaeological remains found on the terrains where our hotel was built. We maintain and protect in its inside Roman tombs, a well, hydraulic fountains, an Almohade wall and even an Caliphal cistern are among the remains of ancient civilisations.
Eurostars Patios de Córdoba is located in the city centre. It has 64 rooms, among which them, 2 are adapted for people with reduced mobility, a meeting room and all services you might need to guarantee your maximum comfort. If you are wondering why the hotel has this name you only need to go into any of its five beautiful Andalusian patios the building hides. Their beauty will captivate you.
Guests can imbue Cordoban culture and history without moving from the hotel. The establishment honours some of the distinguished people that contributed to enhance the fame and the good name of the city. Therefore, the thoughts of Seneca, the verses of Góngora, the conquering of Abderraman III, the lines of Julio Romero de Torres or even the manoletinas of the Manolete the great bullfighter, that invade all spaces of Eurostars Patios de Córdoba.
The hotel also honours the festivity of Patios de Córdoba, which is celebrated every year in May and since 2012 is part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. The festivity promotes the value of the patio as an intercultural meeting point and as a way of life based on the establishment of strong social bonds among neighbours.