A palatial home with many centuries of history. This old manor was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest and includes remains of an impressive Roman villa from the 1st century AD under its restaurant. It is the only hotel with interior Roman baths and an outdoor swimming pool located in an oasis of fruit trees and aromatic plants. Hotel Hospes Palacio del Bailío is located in the heart of the historical caliphal city and has been declared a World Heritage site within the Monumental category during the year of 1982. It represents a choice for those who are seeking culture, wellbeing, art, history, gastronomy and rest.
The Palace is an old manor characterized by its grand size, with a total of 52 beautiful guestrooms and suites, its courtyards and its limestone structure coated with limestone mortar and by its 4 one of a kind Andalusian-style courtyards adorned with flowers, fruit trees and aromatic plants. The central courtyard measures 160 m2 with glass flooring which reveals traces of an impressive Roman Villa from the first Century B.C. It is also the only Hotel that is located in an oasis surrounded by fruit trees and aromatic plants.
All of its original features have been preserved thanks to the great efforts that were put in on its restauration in order to conserve its historical characteristics typical of the city of Córdoba. Its original art galleries and frescos from the 17th Century within the rooms and noble areas are the hotel's most charming characteristics.
The guests can experience the hotel's charming characteristics in Córdoba, Andalusia. A hotel with a five star service allows you to taste the flavours of the earth in the Arbequina Restaurant & Tapas Bar, relax in the impressive garden of protected species, have an aperitif over the traces of an old Roman house or relax in the Bodyna Spa that includes the only roman baths in the city.
Since its opening at the beginning of 2007, the Hospes Palacio del Bailío has already been listed among the most prestigious hotels of the world as seen in: The “Hot list” published by Condé Nast Traveller and the “IT List” by Travel + Leisure.
Gastronomic Diversity - Córdoba offers different gastronomic alternatives based on traditional ingredients and fresh produce. In the city, you can find many different tapas bars where you can eat but if you prefer something a bit more daring and alternative, Arbequina Restaurant at Hotel Hospes Palacio del Bailío presents a fresh and contemporary fresh-produce cuisine based on Spanish ingredients and a wide range of international recipes. Excellent gastronomic preparations - The hotel’s main restaurant is located on the remains of an old Roman house which you can see through the glass floor. The chef, Javi Moreno, together with his team, offer us their vision of contemporary cuisine from a perspective which attempts to generate surprise and excitement in every client through the presentation and each bite. Arbequina also has also a cosy bar and a beautiful garden terrace.
"Arbequina Restaurant" - At Arbequina having two differentiated cuisine proposals. Presenting a more traditional menu with different versions of local dishes: salmorejo cordobés (cold vegetable soup) with Iberian ham and frozen tomato powder, burrata with tomato and basil textures, oxtail ravioli, purple potato cream soup with carrot chips and a spicy touch of Thai chilli, octopus rice covered in its own juice with katsuobushi and desserts such as cheesecake with stewed berries and yuzu juice. Also offering a gastronomic menu during dinner service in which the chef and his team develop their cooking vision by combining traditional and more advanced techniques, mixing different cuisines from the five continents with delicate and aggressive flavours which will make a lasting impression on all guests. Local roots, international influence - The cuisine intertwines flavours, techniques, local and national products, a wide range of ingredients and different recipes from Peru, Mexico, Vietnam, Japan and Thailand. Come and experience a real explosion of flavour.
"Terrace and Pool Bar" - In the Faroles bar terrace, surrounded by lemon trees, lime trees and bougainvillea, you can relax from first thing in the morning and enjoy the breakfast, have a snack and a drink before meals and order lunch or dinner à la carte. From April to October, the pool bar is open in the Orange Tree Courtyard. During this period of time, serving lunch under the different fruit trees such as medlar trees, avocado trees, pomegranate trees, custard apple trees and endless orange and lemon trees which flood the atmosphere with the unique scent of orange blossom.
Bar for all occasions - The bar is characterised by its outstanding variety. You can have a coffee with a traditional local sweet pastry (such as pastel cordobés), a glass of wine before lunch or dinner or order from the informal menu of the restaurant, Arbequina, which includes meals such as aubergine with honey, Zuero cheeses, salmorejo cordobés (cold vegetable soup) and oxtail ravioli. You can also have one of the cocktails or order a glass of one of the premium spirits.
Bodyna Quality Spa - Nature as a reference - Hospes offers a collection of exclusive relaxation and well-being experiences through Bodyna, a concept which is the fusion of body and nature. Its fantastic team of professionals provide natural treatments, ancestral techniques which rejuvenate body and mind and a line of premium natural cosmetics, Cinq Mondes, which make the spas unique places where you can enjoy a state of tranquillity and well-being. Relax in Córdoba - Intimate and privileged space - Hotel Hospes Palacio del Bailío in the city of Córdoba has an exclusive and charming spa: Bodyna Spa. With two access doors, one through the Orange Tree Courtyard and the other which leads to the palace’s Mudejar area, the spa comprises a courtyard flanked by Roman columns, which is where the massage and treatment cabins are, and Roman baths which are located underground.