Situated in the heart of Priego de Cordoba, Hotel Las Rosas is close to Neptune's Fountain, Priego de Cordoba History Museum, and Fuente del Rey. Also nearby are Carnicerias Reales and House Museum of Niceto Alcala.
In addition to a library and tour/ticket assistance, Hotel Las Rosas features a garden. Additional amenities include concierge services, a hair salon, and an elevator (lift). The front desk is open 24 hours a day. Onsite parking is offered for a surcharge.
Rooms open to balconies or patios. The 19 guestrooms at Hotel Las Rosas include air conditioning. Televisions are equipped with cable channels. All accommodations provide desks and phones. In addition, amenities available on request include hair dryers and irons/ironing boards.
expansive, no charm at all
A very friendly comfortable hotel with great decor.
The receptionist was surly and unhelpful.
Its situation - one of the few hotel actually in the town. Parking can be arranged close by. The staff were charming and helpful.
The weather was awful so it would have been nice to have coffe/tea making facilities in the room as the hotel offers room only.
Pleasant staff, clean, comfortable room, peaceful, good value for money, nice touch is access to a private patio outside the french windows of the room - would be great in summer. Unlike most Spanish town hotels, it's easy to find free on-street parking nearby.
The location, opposite the bus station, is not picturesque, although this is a very pretty town in general. There's no restaurant, although there are plenty of bars and restaurants within a few minutes walk, so that wouldn't bother me personally.
very nice and friendly staff, nice modern rooms, no breakfast, yet plenty of eateries around the hotel, underground garage available at 5 EUR/night, reasonably central location, still easy to get out of town in less than ten minutes; good and good value for money hotel in the subbeticas area; enjoyed our stay there very much
people who can't speak spanish may find the communication with the staff a bit difficult, none of them spoke any foreign language;