Climbing some stairs, we find ourselves inside the Tribute Tower in the building's final room, the Ambassadors Room. The bold blue of its walls, its Mozarabic arches and the mosaic floor make this room one of the most original corners of El Castillo.
This old living space is on the first floor past the fireplace. It was previously inhabited by the families who lived in this fortress. Today, it has been converted into an inviting room that can accommodate 12 people on a large, round table.
If you continue along the corridor on the same floor, you will find the highest and largest terrace at the establishment. It can be converted into the perfect place for a banquet, cocktail reception, open bar, etc.
As its name suggests, this room is positioned facing the whole of Cordoba and its surrounding area. The room boasts its own terrace that provides you with views of the city.
From Arms Square, you can make out the reconstructed Tribute Tower, the Mill and the Cordoban Mountain Range.
Arms Square (Outside)
This area is situated in the centre of El Castillo. From here, you can access all the events rooms, in addition to the summer terrace. The mountains and the Cordoba Hermitage are to the rear of this area.
This room has an extremely rustic style. It is a result of the joining of the Mill room (which was an old oil mill) and the Oil Press room. It is considered one of the most beautiful corners in El Castillo due to its high coffered ceilings (with old wood), stone walls, arches and columns.
The Tribute Tower is modern in style. It is furnished with large windows that surround the room, and it also offers a large terrace which is incredibly useful if you wish to enjoy cocktails or welcome drinks outdoors.
You will be able to enjoy unbeatable views of the whole Guadalquivir Valley and the city of Cordoba from the Qurtuba room, thanks to its huge windows. There are a further two rooms on this floor that are incredibly spacious: they each can accommodate banquets of up to 250 people.
The beauty of this room is in the architectural capitals that have a 'wasp nest' form. You can enjoy these through the large window that faces the Cordoban Mountains and the Cordoba Hermitage.
This is an old, Baroque chapel which is now a modern, functional multi-purpose room that can accommodate a maximum of 230 people.
The Oil Press
This is El Castillo's most symbolic room: it has a high, gabled ceiling and it is incredibly spacious and bright.