Luis de Góngora The hostel is located in the historic center of Cordoba. In an alley next to the beautiful Trinity Church and School of Fine Arts, Cordoba, located at the boundary between a shopping center and the famous Jewish neighborhood that once lived in the Jewish population of the city and today is declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The guesthouse is named after which adjoins the house where he lived and died the Cordovan poet and playwright Luis de Góngora, the greatest exponent of the literary movement known as culteranismo Spanish Golden Age. Thanks to its location, the visitor of the guest has everything that can be of interest to them. For one, the most important monuments of the city such as the Mosque-Cathedral, the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Synagogue and the Roman Bridge are within a five minute walk around the inn.
The property boasts a quiet and familiar atmosphere, has 20 rooms all equipped with private bathroom, TV, radio, air conditioning, heating and free internet access. It also has a nice patio Cordoba and lounge for its clients.