From boutique hotels to B&Bs to budget finds to luxury hotels, there is no shortage of accommodation options in Córdoba. Read on for 10 of the best places to lay your head in Argentina’s vibrant second city.
Just a stone’s throw from Plaza San Martin in the city center is this lovely boutique hotel, housed in a building which formerly was the school where Che Guevara was educated. Kick back and relax on the second floor terrace and pool, or ask the helpful front desk staff to suggest sightseeing activities or book your transport or dinner reservation.
This charming and romantic hotel is centrally located and offers large and comfortable rooms as well as a delicious breakfast— and of course, a view of Córdoba’s stunning cathedral just 219 yards away.
Clean, comfortable, contemporary, and budget-friendly, this hotel is within walking distance of most major sites in Córdoba, and offers a rooftop pool on the 15th floor with a view of the city. The cheerful and English-speaking staff is always happy to be of assistance to guests.
This well-equipped, modern hotel is just a couple of blocks from Patio Olmos in the heart of the city’s downtown area. The bathrooms in each room are newly renovated and highly contemporary, and the hotel’s sleek efficiency and central location make it perfect for business travelers.
With large rooms boasting excellent views of the city, many amenities, an onsite restaurant, and a subterranean parking garage, as well as a cheerful staff, this hotel lives up to its expectations and offers a comfortable and highly pleasant stay.
For travelers seeking a hotel in proximity to the airport but unwilling to sacrifice style and comfort, this four-star hotel is the answer. With a beauty center and spa, swimming pool, excellent restaurant, and quiet ambiance, this hotel is more than just a stopover.
Artistically-minded guests will adore this funky boutique hotel, each room of which which features unique art such as enormous Dalí-esque murals and design-centric furniture. The hotel is centrally located right near the Jesuit Block and Plaza San Martin, and the owner, Lucia, is friendly and an impeccable host.
The highlight of this centrally located, spacious, and modern hotel is undoubtedly the rooftop lounge, just outside the hotel gym, which offers a panoramic view of the city and comfortable chairs from which to enjoy it. Best of all, the hotel is exceptionally good value for the relatively low cost.
This charming little hotel is perfect for travelers on a budget. The staff is friendly and always willing to help, and the hotel’s location is as central as can be. Breakfast, included in the room rate, is hosted down the block at a nearby café and featured juice, toast, pastries, and coffee.