A group of us booked 5 Superior Rooms for 5 nights. Rooms were advertised as having an in room spa on a private balcony, and jetted tub. Room was 20% higher than other hotels. We arrived and were told that no such rooms existed in the hotel. We were tired, so we checked in and stayed the night. Walls and windows were so thin, we heard everything. Bed was horrible, room was small. The next morning we told them we were leaving, because the room was not as advertised and sleeping there was too difficult. We were told that we had to pay the full amount. After telling them no, we were told the owner was going to come by and talk to us. After waiting an hour, hotel said he "might" come by after 5pm. We waited awhile and told them we were leaving. They got the owner on the phone after 20 minutes hearing how great he was, etc, etc, we agreed to pay 1 night and leave. We paid, paid for 1 night, and left. 4 days later, after we had all left Argentina, the entire group received a charge on our credit cards for 4 more nights. My Argentinian associate called him no less than 20 times to get him to reverse the charges. Said he would, said he wouldn't, said he had to wait until the finance person got back, said hotels.com was charging him, (which wasn't true, since we paid at the hotel), bla, bla, bla. What a ripoff! He advertises rooms that don't exist, and then charges us days later. I have been to Cordoba 6 times, and never had this type of issue. Do yourself a favor, find another place!