Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Priego de Cordoba does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Museo Patria Chica, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel Museo Patria Chica, visitors can check out Iglesia San Pedro Apostol (0.2 mi) and Église de l'Assomption (0.3 mi), some of Priego de Cordoba's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Museo Patria Chica features room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast.
While in Priego de Cordoba, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Museo Patria Chica, including Balcon del Adarve (0.4 mi), La Pianola Casa Pepe (0.2 mi), and Restaurante Asador La Muralla (0.3 mi).
Best of all, Hotel Museo Patria Chica makes it easy to experience some great Priego de Cordoba attractions like History Museum, which is a popular history museum.
Hotel Museo Patria Chica looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Priego de Cordoba.
This boutique hotel dates from the early-1900s and is perfectly situated on one of the main roads in the town centre, with convenient public parking opposite. The location is easy to locate (unlike some of the hotels in the oldest part of town) and all of the main historical sights are within easy walking distance. The interior of the Hotel is characterful and elegantly combines traditional and modern touches and there is a small, quiet courtyard adjacent to the restaurant (reviewed separately) and bar which provides a peaceful haven for breakfast and other meals or simply drinks. There was also a charming small courtyard garden, which enhanced the peaceful atmosphere. Our room overlooked the courtyard and so had no traffic noise and was reasonably large, with a high, traditional beamed ceiling. The room was well-equipped, with TV (Spanish only), a small minibar, a roomsafe and free Wi-Fi access. The bathroom was a little small and there was only a single exposed rail (no wardrobe or cupboard) for hanging clothes, which was barely adequate for a short stay. The staff were helpful and friendly (speaking a little Spanish helped) and the Hotel was strictly observant of COVID prevention protocols. The location and character of the Hotel mean that I would certainly recommend the "Patria Chica" and for those considering a stay in Priego, it's worth noting that from my research online, the prices of rooms midweek were substantially lower than at weekends.…
I have not stayed here, but eat delicious food and take coffee here regularly. It is incredibly stylish in a simple understated way. The courtyard gardens are a delightful escape from the busy town centre.
We stopped in prego de Cordoba for one night after visiting Córdoba the previous evening. What a beautiful and unusual hotel. All the rooms are individually decorated with antiques and memorabilia from the local area. Prego itself is a typical Spanish town with numerous churches each out doing each other with decoration and devotion to Mary. We had dinner in the hotel which was good but maybe a little too high end and expensive for budget conscious travellers. Parking is difficult in the town but the hotel has access to paid parking in a locked lot across the road. Overall if you want a base to explore the area this hotel offers a comfortable option
We went with a group of friends to visit the gorgeous baroque churches that still guard the city of Priego de Cordoba, when we found this little hotel. A gem of a palace, beautifully restored, bringing together with fantastic taste the old features with the modern comfort. Worth visiting, whether for an overnight stay or just to sip coffee in the afternoon in the beautiful patio. You'll love it.
Great place, love the museum side to it and our room was large, amazing design. Bed linen superb as was the general cleanliness. Perfect location. Was not overwhelmed by hospitality or service, although the bar tender was charming. Breakfast was pretty poor. I do think for 170 euros a night (couple and child), that something more than a continental breakfast should be offered - eggs perhaps. And having to ask for drinks! Even water. Not good. In fact, very annoying. Also, the gallery bedroom was quite airless and our daughter ended up sleeping across the bottom of our bed. Fortunately the bed in that room is huge.