Cadiz is one of the oldest cities in Spain, but modern and luxurious hotels won’t tell you that. Fishing boats bob on the brilliant green Atlantic and white buildings run along the coast. Winding cobblestone streets reveal charming restaurants and tapas bars. This charming city is the perfect place to summer in Spain.
Iberostar Royal Andalus, Spain
Guests have no reason to leave this Iberostar hotel. The resort offers a gym, salon, lounge, spa – including Turkish bath, sauna, and pool -, bikes, tennis, award-winning golf, and more. If that’s not enough, count on the friendly and present staff to arrange activities and tours according to your interests, like a sherry-tasting tour in Jerez or a day-trip to Seville. Enjoy the sun and beach lifestyle at this lively, nature-inspired resort.
Hotel Playa Victoria
Decorated with a maritime theme that matches the Atlantic sea the hotel overlooks, Hotel Playa Victoria is a modern and bright place to relax in the beautiful city of Cadiz. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are offered, plus an outdoor pool, live music, and plenty of “chill-out” space for guests to enjoy the sea air. If the pool bar is the place you like to spend your vacations, you’re in luck at Hotel Playa Victoria. Ask the staff to prepare one of their signature mixes for a sunset cocktail over the Atlantic.
Casa La Siesta
Casa La Siesta was built from the ground up by the owners and this dedication shows in every detail. Guests are offered gardens to roam through, bikes, a book and CD library, pre-loaded iPod, and Ren bath products. Ask reception to arrange a yoga class or spa visit or meander to the pool at the bottom of the garden for a spectacular view of Cadiz’s hills. With only seven rooms, plus a casita with private pool, the privacy and tranquility of the property will give you a relaxing Spanish holiday.
Hotel Monte Puertatierra
Although Cadiz is more than 1,000 years old, the city keeps expanding. Hotel Monte Puertatierra is found in one of the city’s newer parts but remains a short walk from old Cadiz and the beach and shopping are close at hand. Large rooms with simple and stylish furnishings come with views or balconies, depending on the side of the hotel and a talented chef prepares a wide variety of menus according to your taste buds.
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