Where to sleep in Priego de Córdoba

Guide to sleep in Priego de Córdoba

Everything that this town can offer you, you can find it on the page that we have dedicated to its history and visit. If you are planning to visit Priego e Córdoba, we know how important it is to get the right hotel in order to get a good experience. That is why we have selected the best places to sleep in Priego de Córdoba.

Ayuntamiento de Priego de Córdoba.
Balcón de Adarve en Priego de Córdoba.

To stay in the centre of the town we recommend the Hotel Patria Chica, a 4 star hotel with an excellent location. More than a hotel, it looks like a house museum because of how well restored and decorated it is. To our surprise, expecting a classic decoration, it has a modern touch that gives it a special character. As a curious fact, the bathroom is integrated into the room. Personally we love the hotel. It has a very varied breakfast and the attention of the hotel staff perfect. The price of the double room is around 80 € including breakfast.

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Hotel Patria Chica

The second option that we propose is Casa Baños de la Villa, this hotel offers a unique atmosphere thanks to the decoration of its rooms and its Arab baths. The views from the terrace are fabulous. This hotel is a calm and quiet place, very reserved for couples that look for privacy and a romantic atmosphere. There is the possibility to book a suite that is like a small apartment with capacity for 5 people. Access to the Hamman is included in the price of the room.

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Casa Baños de la Villa

If you are looking for a bigger hotel to sleep in Priego de Córdoba, a very good choice is Hospedería San Francisco. This Hospedería occupies an old Franciscan convent lovingly restored that offer rooms with a warm and modern decoration. It has an impressive central courtyard with marble pillars. It is a very central place so be pacient when you try to park in the months with more occupation.

Dónde dormir en Priego de Córdoba
Hospedería San Francisco

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