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#29 of 31 hotels in Jerez De La Frontera
Property amenities
Paid private parking on-site
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Baggage storage
24-hour front desk
Breakfast buffet
Non-smoking hotel
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, German


Full view
100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
95Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
20Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
7Room tips
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What can I say about this hotel? It’s unique. Ever been to a dingy serviced apartments complex? It’s like that. Microscopic rooms and bathrooms - I mean really really cramped. Dark hallways that make you feel like you are in a Hitchcock movie. Dirty carpets, minimalist minimals (no glass in the room, only shows gel dispenser, air conditioner didn’t work - they changed me to another room - only Spanish channels on tv). The remote control was held together with cello tape - and wasn’t in the room, I had to go ask for it. Reception staff indifferent, very little English spoken. I emailed to ask about the way to get there - one line “train is cheaper”. Didn’t reply when I asked if they could send a timetable (looking from England often there are errors on Rome to Rio timetables). No reply. Emailed again. No reply. Really useless. No different when I arrived. Circled a few things on a map, not asked me what I am interested in seeing. Never seen such complacency. That said, it was only 30 euros a night, so I guess I shouldn’t complain. But I certainly wouldn’t go back, even if for the devil I know. Location was fantastic, but there were plenty of others well located too.
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Extremely dirty and aged hotel. It is so noisy that I couldn’t sleep all night. The air conditioner wasn’t working and it was noisy. The owner overpriced our stay and the breakfast was gross and unhygienic; only grassy finger food.
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We stayed overnight in late October 2018. On arrival, we found that it was not possible to stop the car outside the hotel. It would have been good to have been advised to park temporarily in Calle Pedro Alonso, off which a side street (Calle Sol) gives access to the underground hotel garage. Beware - entry (especially), and exit (slightly easier) is suitable for nothing larger than a small family car - because of a tightly-turning access ramp. The hotel receptionists were friendly, helpful, and efficient, and the room was good, and clean. There was, however, no hot water in the evening. Breakfast was something of a let down; no sliced bread, toaster not working, and we had to ask for crockery and milk for the cereal. It is unfortunate that I have to say that it would probably have been better to breakfast at the bar on the other side of the plaza. That said, the hotel is ideally located close to the main attractions, and was good value for money.
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We stayed in Jerez as we did a day trip to Cadiz by train and drove down to Gibraltar. The hotel whilst easy to find, the car parking isnt so easy and the turning angles on the way down very tight! anything larger you will struggle to get it in or out! reception is impressive (less the demonstrators who were outside!) and the receptionists at all times of day helpfull and friendly. Rooms were spacious with more than ample storage and the bathroom large and cleaned daily. location was central to the train station and the main shopping district too
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We visited this hotel end of june for 2 night. When we arrived a grumpy man on reception who was really quite rude when I asked if there was parking, he said is that our car we have a ford torneo not the biggest of cars. No that wont fit in their parking lot. So we had to use public parking at 15 euros for 24 hours. Next we got in the room all was well nice and clean, a very small balcony but least fresh air. Tv was small and no coffee or tea making facilities. The wifi was basically non existent. Next morning we went for buffet breakfast well it was shockingly bad. Stale bread, dirty plates and cutlery,no juice no water no milk for cereal which there were only cornflakes as a choice. You had processed ham and cheese and 1 jar of jam and 1 marmalade which everyone had to take from not portion sized. Also only 4 pots of yougarts between 10 of us, and a bowl of tinned pineapple and peaches. This is just not acceptable as a buffet for 7 euros each. I did not complain as I just couldn't be bothered but ive put this review to warn everyone else. Not worth the 167 euros the hotel is shabby, old interior and furniture and need if a total reform.
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$40 - $71 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
tierras de jerez la frontera, tierras de jerez hotel
SpainAndaluciaCosta de la LuzJerez De La Frontera
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