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Located between Seville and Cordoba, this romantic hotel is set in a 15th-century monastery and maintains original features, such as vaulted ceilings. It has an outdoor pool on the grounds. Great location and the old monastery beautifully transformed into a hotel of the highest quality a must stay if you are in the region
A former convent, and featuring a charming courtyard garden, Hospedería Convento de Santa Clara is located in Palma del Río. It offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs. The building is a 500 year old convent converted to the most delightful accommodation. The sense of history is palpable. It is spotlessly clean and bright. The on-site restaurant is excellent for breakfast - the courtyards are beautiful and the staff friendly and helpful.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, shared lounge and garden, Casa San José is located in Palma del Río. What a place! It is a museum to live in, with a nice pool in the garden. It was unforgettable how father and son did welcome us, we want to go back and stay :-) We asked for breakfast and that was also heavenly!
Apartamentos Las Palmeras is located in the historic town of Palma del Río, only 262 feet from the town’s main square. It features apartments with air conditioning. It is a very nice property. Excellent facilities. Location perfect. The host very helpful.
Palma del Rio is easy to get to by road or rail. It is a quiet town, situated roughly halfway between Seville and Cordoba, and so handy for visiting the cites during the day whilst allowing more peaceful nights fro well-earned sleep. The town has several restaurants and cafes; Palma del Rio is a mix of ancient and modern, all very clean and well maintained, and it is well worth walking around to view the preserved historic parts of the older town.
The Feria del Mayo in Palma del Rio was great to see a mini version of the Sevilla Ferias without the bustle of a big city. Great food and service in the terraced 'El Guerra' Restaurant. Bicycle hire and tourist information well organised. El Cordobes Museum fantastic but needs some English translations and some books on bullfighting and Manuel Benitez. The Reina Victoria Gardens full of large trees and roses; beautifully relaxing. Great walks through orange country and the banks of the Guadalquivir. Friendly service at the Cafe Rinconcito opposite Plaza de los Abastos. A guided tour of Palacio Portocarrero a must for history and art/interior design lovers.
Get a really good local map and learn some Spanish. If you do, you will enjoy this place even more than I did. Park your car and walk, it's not very big. Great weather, eateries and ambience. Very laid back and happy people. GO THERE!
Good location for visiting towns nearby. The Guadalquivir and Genil meet there and there are walks along the river. Nice historic centre. We had a an excellent lunch in the Pena de Flamenca. Bar Rinconcito was also a good place to people watch. Famous for its oranges - we bought 5 kilos for 4.50 euros and they were superb.