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Hotel Marisa

Cordoba, Spain (ODB)

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Based on 103 reviews
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Double or Twin Room

  • One Bed
The flat-panel television is offered for your entertainment. Conveniences include air conditioning. This room is Non-Smoking.

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Single Room

  • One Bed
The flat-panel television is offered for your entertainment. Conveniences include air conditioning. This room is Non-Smoking.

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Triple Room

  • One Bed
The flat-panel television is offered for your entertainment. Conveniences include air conditioning. This room is Non-Smoking.

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Hotel Marisa
Calle Cardenal Herrero 6, Cordoba, Spain 14003



Notifications and Fees:

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Self parking fee: EUR 15 per day
  • Breakfast fee: EUR 6 per person (approximately)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.


Based on 103 reviews
from Tucson, Arizona
Submitted on 23-05-2015
This hotel is right across the narrow street from the Cathedral. We asked for a room off the front but they gave us one on the front because it had a bigger bathroom. They gladly made a change for us and we chose a room in the back that had a smaller bathroom but it proved to be a little small. Still, it was our choice. We slept soundly with no street noise. Wi-Fi worked fine for the two of us. Twice during the day we came to our room to cool off, rest up and go out sight-seeing again so t... Read more
from Serres, Greece
Submitted on 03-12-2015
If you just need a bed for the night, this is the hotel for you. It is really old- fashioned, the rooms were clean but small and very noisy. Also, the older receptionist was rather rude and in the beginning he wasn't willing to accept our ids and asked for our passports although, we are European citizens. When he agreed to that, he had trouble recognizing our names and surnames which hasn't happened to us anywhere else in Spain. The younger receptionist however, was really kind and helped us wit... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 28-03-2016
The Marisa hotel is just opposite the mosque cathedral of Cordoba. Its rooms have view on the main street with tourist shoppers and parties walking beneath. The windows are poorly noise insulated. The room have a poor noise insulation too. Our bed was not comfortable as one of the iron spring was sticking out dangerously. As we already asked to change the room because of the noise we decided to overlook the bed and try our best to just enjoy our stay. The hotel staff were lovely and trying their... Read more
from Northern California
Submitted on 16-05-2016
A friend and I were in Cordoba for 3 nights. It just happened to be during the Fesitval Of Patios. My room faced the extremely busy street and I had no problem falling asleep to the faint sounds from the street. I thought the windows did their job to diffuse the crowd sounds. The receptionists seemed friendly enough. The rooms are simple, but the location is outstanding. I never watched TV, but if I wanted to, the teeny flat screens would have been too small.
from Mijas, Spain
Submitted on 18-05-2016
We loved this hotel. Directly opposite the Mezquita and ideally situated for Tapas and restaurants. All attractions are walkable within the city. The hotel was spotless. Our room (113) looked out on a side street opposite a Bodega. The windows were double glazed and had no problem with noise at all. The room was nicely decorated with an excellent bathroom with powerful shower. There was an inner courtyard and staff very pleasant. Highly recommended.
from Ireland
Submitted on 05-07-2016
This little gem is situated beside the Mosque Cathedral in the heart of the old town. It was originally a private residence but has been converted to a hotel. The welcome was as good as 'the Irish' :-) Enrique spoke excellent English and we were booked in. Our two sons were in a room without air-conditioning and when I returned to reception I spoke with a lovely lady (pigeon Spanish and broken English) and she had the boys moved to a bigger room with a/c. There were three weddings that we s... Read more
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