Apartamentos Rodriguez de Córdoba 3000

SARAGOSSA | Calle Sebastian Banzo Urrea 6-8 8,58,5 - 108,5
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Characteristics

Bath
Bathroom with bath or shower
Towels included
Room
Free heating
Bedding included
Weekly bedding change
Kitchen
Coffee maker
Ceramic hob
Fridge
Microwave
Washing machine
Oven
Living room
TV
Terrace
Clothes horse
Installations
Indoor parking on request (additional cost)
Lift
Internet
Free Internet/WiFi in rooms
Pets
Pets accepted (supplementary charge)
Others
Airport less than 20 km
Near a chemist
Deposit required

Location

Apartamentos Rodríguez de Córdoba 3000 is in a quiet street in the centre of Zaragoza, just 2 minutes from the Palacio de la Aljafería and just over 10 minutes from the Plaza del Pilar by foot. Located in the Las Delicias neighbourhood, the apartments are perfect for business trips or tourism. 

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Reviews

Review

8,3 Cleaning
8,7 Customer service
9,3 Location
8,3 Value for money
7,7 Facilities

Services

All the apartments in Apartamentos Rodríguez de Córdoba 3000 have free WiFi.

The apartments have parking and welcome pets (both on request, supplementary charge).

Description Apartamentos Rodriguez de Córdoba 3000

All the apartments in Apartamentos Rodríguez de Córdoba 3000 are fully-furnished and have 1 or 2 double rooms with a double bed or two single beds and a sofa-bed in the sitting room; they can accommodate up to 6 people. The 2 bedroom apartments can also have an additional bed so that they can accommodate 5 or 7 people in the same apartment.

They have a full bathroom and kitchen with sufficient kitchenware for maximum occupancy of the apartment, an oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine and ceramic hobs. The sitting room and master bedroom also have televisions.

The apartments have bedding for guests but do not include towels, tea towels or table linen.

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What to do

Apartamentos Rodríguez de Córdoba 3000 is perfect for tourism in Zaragoza. The apartments are just metres from the Palacio de la Aljafería, a medieval tower/fortress that later became a royal residence. Construction started under Moorish rule in the 11th century but it reached its maximum splendour following renovations by Ferdinand and Isabella when the Mudéjar halls were built. It is currently the seat of the Government of Aragon and members of parliament meet here each week.

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