Córdoba's hotels reflect the many civilizations that have called the city home. See the city's many influences up close in a luxury hotel atop an ancient Roman villa, from a palace once built for the counts of Colomera, or within houses of Jewish nobles with this list. Read on to learn more about your options.

 Las Casas de la Judería de Córdoba

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Rather than just one venue, Las Casas de la Judería encompasses five former noble houses. Paths wind between them alongside Andalusian patios decorated with flowers and fountains. The design was intended to respect the buildings' history and architecture, and is enhanced with decorative touches like elaborate carved headboards.

Enjoy the pool, restaurant, and terrace bar onsite before you head into the city. Located, as the name suggests, in the Jewish Quarter, the hotel is close to the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Royal Stables, the 10th century Caliphate Baths, and the synagogue.

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H10 Palacio Colomera

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The H10 Palacio Colomera is a shining example of the H10 hotel group's ability to combine historic noble architecture and interiors with the conveniences and polish of a contemporary hotel. The building was originally built in 1928 as the Casa Colomera, to serve as a palace for the counts. Today, it houses plush rooms in muted tones with historical touches like an ancient well in the basement and stained glass features.

Start off with breakfast in the El Patio atrium restaurant, relax on the landscaped patio with a plunge pool, then head to El Balcón de Córdoba Rooftop for snacks, drinks, and views out over the city. The hotel sits just off the Plaza de las Tendillas , giving it a bit more breathing room around the hotel over the labyrinth of the Old Town as well as convenience to the bustling local life in the square.

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Hospes Palacio del Bailió

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The luxury Hospes Palacio del Bailió began as a historical manor and is now a five-star establishment. It sits atop the ruins of a Roman villa from the first century and brings its past into the present with a set of modern Roman baths in the spa. Touches like hand-painted stucco walls, stone arches, and antique frescoes accompany the elegant decor in the rooms.

Check out the Roman ruins under the glass floor of the contemporary Arbequina restaurant or visit the neighboring cozy bar. Outside, fruit trees surround a swimming pool, terrace restaurant, and pool bar. The hotel sits in a more residential, authentic part of town, but is still just minutes away from the major attractions.

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