If there is one thing that characterises the city of Córdoba, it is its integrative spirit. Since time immemorial it has hospitably welcomed anyone who knocked at its door and has been capable of integrating the best of every visitor into its culture. Christians, Muslims, Jews... they all left their mark and appreciated the charm of a magical city, one that back in the 10th century with half a million inhabitants was considered the largest, most cultured and opulent city in the world.
As a result, the passage of time has turned Córdoba into a true crucible of cultures, into an example of tolerance among civilisations and into a cultural worldwide benchmark.
With this same welcoming spirit comes the Eurostars Patios de Córdoba, an elegant hotel that draws from the city's history, from the Roman period, on to the age of the Muslim Caliphate, to Jewish and Christian influences and on down until today.
This integrative character can also be seen in the hotel's architecture and interior design, which combine the classic with the avant-garde, sprinkled with vestiges with a clear Andalusian tinge. The best proof of this cultural crucible are the archaeological remains unearthed in the plot of land the building occupies, which the hotel conserves and protects inside it. The souvenirs of past civilisations found inside the hotel include Roman tombs, a well, hydraulic fountains, an Almohade wall and even a well from the Caliphate
The Eurostars Patios de Córdoba is located in the city centre and has 65 rooms, including 2 handicapped-accessible rooms. It also has a meeting room and all the amenities to ensure our guests' utmost comfort. If you wonder why the hotel is called Patios de Córdoba, all you have to do is enter one of the five lovely Andalusian courtyards (?patios? in Spanish) harboured inside the building. Their beauty will captivate you.
Guests can immerse themselves in the culture and history of Cordoba without even leaving the hotel. The establishment pays tribute to some of the illustrious personalities who contributed to enhancing the city's fame and renown. Seneca's thinking, Góngora's verses, the conquests of Abd-ar-Rahman III, the sketches of Julio Romero de Torres and even the great Manolete's pass with his cape invade all the corners of the Eurostars Patios de Córdoba.
The hotel pays tribute to the Patios de Córdoba festivity, which is held every year in May and since 2012 is an Intangible World Heritage Site. The festival promotes the value of the courtyard as intercultural meeting place and as a way of life based on the establishment of solid social bonds between neighbours.