Ayre Hotel Córdoba

Ayre Hotel Cordoba is located in the most exclusive residential area of this beautiful Andalusian city and World Heritage Site. It provides a large garden in perfect harmony with nature and wide opened spaces where you can enjoy outdoor activities, including an outdoor pool with Solarium and 2 tennis courts. This charming hotel is located only 7 minutes by car from the historical and monumental center of the city and the TGV station. It offers complete facilities to enjoy your stay in Córdoba.

Ayre Hotel Córdoba

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Ayre Hotel Córdoba reviews

Ayre Hotel Córdoba
Ayre Hotel Córdoba
4.1 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
Calle Poeta Alonso de Bonilla
3, 14012 Córdoba, Spain
957 76 74 76
Ayre Hotel Córdoba
Jack Zajac
4 out of 5 stars
We were staying in their Quadruple room for 11 days in July/August. Overall good hotel, especially for those with cars. Clean room and bathroom....
Ayre Hotel Córdoba
Michael O Shea
5 out of 5 stars
Excellent service and personal touches when it comes to service, hotel is located in a very quiet location with easy access to town, a short walk from the...
Ayre Hotel Córdoba
Eemeli Viitanen
4 out of 5 stars
Chose this hotel because of the swimming pool and parking and was pleased. Didn't try the restaurants/bars though since we ate in the city every day. Clean...
Ayre Hotel Córdoba
Karam Shammas
4 out of 5 stars
The air-conditioning system is not performed well, it was warm on June. There is no boiler for tea and coffee inside the room. The suite was big and very...
Ayre Hotel Córdoba
Eduardo Cantos
4 out of 5 stars
Este hotel está ubicado en el brillante barrio muy conocido en Córdoba por ser una buena zona para vivir tranquilo, el hotel dispone de un gran jardín...

What to see in Cordoba

Roman Mausoleums


These impressive monuments, going out with from the middle 1st Hundred years A.D., one which has been completely restored and the other only partially, are the most crucial Roman funerary monuments in the town. The huge, cylindrical structures, built by the medial side of the key Corduba-Hispalis street, give us an understanding into the characteristics of the prosperous families who got them built. They are really of a unique style for the Iberian Peninsula, so they may have been created by an Italian architect, who got other mausoleums of the imperial capital as his model. The mausoleums were uncovered in 1993 throughout a boring archaeological test dig. Among the mausoleums is currently open to the general public: appointments are by session only – and inside there can be an Interpretation Centre for Funeral Monuments.

Monastery of San Jeronimo de Valparaiso


On the hillsides above the amazing Medina Azahara, nestling in the mountains of Cordoba and ornamented by local Mediterranean vegetation, stands this impressive 15th hundred years monastery. It had been actually Gothic however you like, although different reforms in Renaissance and Baroque style have added an abundance of interesting details to the building. The owners, the Marquises of El Merito, did a congrats over several years in repairing the building.

The grand facade, using its balconies and house windows, can be an impressive look and in the center of the entry there's a white marble medallion with a comfort of St. Jerome. Within, the key courtyard is a cloister with Doric columns and Gothic vaults, with several chapels leading off it.

Roman Bridge


The view above the Mosque-Cathedral, with the river, the Gate of the Bridge and the Roman Bridge of Cordoba itself, is one of the very most wonderful places of Cordoba, especially at night, when the previous sun linger on and make the rock surfaces shine a deep fantastic red. The bridge was initially built in the very first hundred years A.D., but has been rebuilt often since that time, and in its present form times mainly from the Middle ages period, with the latest changes being manufactured in 1876. A couple of sixteen arches, four which are directed and the others semi-circular. Halfway across the railing using one area is a 16th hundred years statue of San Rafael by Bernabé Gómez del Río.

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