Good, clean,elegant and well run modest hotel. There are limited services in the room. Personally I would have liked some tea or coffee making facilities in the room - one bottle of water plus two glasses was a bit minimalist for me. The proprietor, Monika, is a wonderful person who is very hands on and ensures a certain comforting Germanic efficiency percolates the whole place.
Located in the heart of Jerez de la Frontera, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Villamarta Theatre, Arenal Square, and …More
Overall, a really nice hotel. It was in a great location. A 10 minute walk to the train station, and 10 minutes to the main plaza with lots of fantastic restaurants. The air conditioner worked really well, which was important since the temps were near 40C. I only gave the room a 3 for comfort because the bed was 2 twins pushed together. They slid apart easily on the laminate floor. The room would have received a 4 if the bed was an actual King or even a Queen.
Traveller from Seattle
Located in the heart of Jerez de la Frontera, this historic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Villamarta Theatre, Arenal …More
Very nice hotel, spotless everywhere. Great pool and awesome restaurant a little pricey but you have to pay for quality. You do have to pay for cabs as the roads around the hotel are not safe to walk but the cabs are very cheap
Traveller from essex
Located in the heart of Jerez de la Frontera, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Circuit of Jerez Racetrack and 1.5 mi (2.4 …More
hotel and golf course are very good, but unless you are just playing golf you will be a little isolated. need to take or hire a car to get the best from the area. the course management could be a little better, the bunkers aren't the best and the watering policy needs to be reviewed, to wet under foot most of the time, and don't change the pin positions often enough.
Traveller from SURREY, UK
Located near the airport, this family-friendly hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Estadio Municipal de Chapin, Alcazar Gardens …More
An attractive little town, Jerez is famous for sherry (a corruption of its name) and its equestrian school. Several bodegas invite visitors to see how sherry is made. The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art is open to the public daily to watch training, with a show every Thursday. The big annual event is the Spring Horse Fair where the mounted sherry barons are prominent. Also see the 11th-century walls of the old Moorish palace.