Jerez Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Avda Alcalde Alvaro Domecq 35, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11405, Spain
Hotel Jerez & Spa
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
26%
16
Very Good
41%
25
Average
18%
11
Poor
10%
6
Terrible
3%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families86
  • Couples63
  • Solo66
  • Business42

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Forum Posts

Jerez de la Frontera neighborhoods

by cristinak

I will be meeting some of my family in Europe in Jerez de la Frontera in a few days. We'd like to stay together, and I have the opportunity to rent an apartment located near Caracuel and Calle Larga. Is anyone familiar with this neighborhood, and is it a good central location to stay at (near restaurants, stores, etc.)? Also, is it an easy walk from there to Hotel Jerez? Many thanks in advance!
Cristina

Re: Jerez de la Frontera neighborhoods

by rogiti

The hotel Jerez, is about 1,600 mtrs. From the streets to enter, anyway in this direction can locate www. Via michelin.com

Re: Jerez de la Frontera neighborhoods

by alucas

Calle Larga is the main shopping street - you couldn't really be more central than that. Feel free to e-mail me if you want to know any more about Jerez.

Re: Jerez de la Frontera neighborhoods

by cristinak

Thanks to both of you. As luck would have it, I have just been offered a free condo on a beach in Rota from a friend of a friend, so this will change the character of my stay considerably, e.g., have to rent a car since it seems there is very little public transportation between Jerez and Rota.

I am very grateful for the speedy reply to my comments.

Travel Tips for Cadiz

Cadiz, a city with History

by Carmela71

And we are talking about lots of history as it is one of the oldest in Europe if I am not wrong ....

In its 3000 years of history, Cadiz had visitors from all places, fenicios, Romans, Moslem ....
lol.

the mythology says that Hercules funded the city calling it Gadir that means "closed recint" and later on with the Romans was called Gades

Mercado Andalusí

by Redang

This market takes place every August for a few days, mostly in the evening/night. El Barrio del Pópolo hosts this event where you can enjoy markets, food and some shows as well as concerts, everything related to the essence of Al-Andalus..

Barrio del Populo

by Carmela71

The businessmen of the area want to promote the carnival in this area, so in the last years, you can enjoy here a few “Carruseles de Coros”, specially the one on day time, Calle Libertad, just behind the market is a”must” and less crowded than the others.

It covers the Plaza de las Flores (or also Plaza de populo), around the market and streets around.

Sancti Petri

by Carmela71

there are the beaches of Chiclana, nice tourist resort from where you can see the island of Sancti Petri. I was shock to see how much had been constructed in the last 15 days, as I had not been before, even if I was living in Cadiz.

Pets on the move

by blint

Dogs can be taken on the local train line 'Cercanias' without paying an extra charge. They do not have to go in a carrier either, they do however have to wear a muzzle and be on the lead. There is no weight limit.

To take a dog on the Andalucia Express and medium distance trains dogs must be put in a pet carrier. Cats too of course.

Dogs over 6kg are not allowed to travel the AVE or TALGO (fast trains). If you have a dog under 6kg it must travel in a pet carrier. Cats can be taken in a carrier too.

If you have a dog over 6kg it is a real hassle to travel with, especially if you want to go to Madrid or Barcelona.

You cannot take dogs on any form of bus either.

When you travel with a dog in the car officially you must have a net separating you from them. Them in the back and you in the front. Or they must travel in the car in a carrier. If you don not comply with these regulations be prepared to get a fine if the Guardia Civil stop you. Though it is unlikely that they will stop you unless you are breaking the speed limit or have another problem with your car.

Taxi's will only accept small dogs SOMETIMES.

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 Jerez Hotel

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Hotel Jerez And Spa
Hotel Jerez Jerez De La Frontera

Address: Avda Alcalde Alvaro Domecq 35, Jerez De La Frontera, Costa de la Luz, 11405, Spain