One of the city's top lodging options, this tastefully renovated 17th-century mansion is built over the ruins of a Roman house (visible beneath glass floors) in the historic center of town. Archaeological remains combine with contemporary features, with glimpses of Roman ruins below one of the patios and under the dining room floor, and clever lighting and a relaxing spa completing the mélange of old and new. The spacious rooms have parquet floors, exposed brick walls,
and many original architectural features. Splash out on the blue Gran Capitán or the pink Don Quijote suite. The restaurant offers a fusion of modern and traditional Córdoba cuisine and there's a tapas bar.