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Hotel Regio 2

More modest than the others, therefore cheaper, but clean and recommendable.

Parking garage, I can't tell you how much I paid in '03.

- Pros: Close to the beach.
- Cons: Far from the city centre, but bus number 1 takes you there in less than 20 minutes.

It's very close to Hotel Barceló and there is a railway station for cercanías trains (commuter trains), not long distance, called Segunda Aguada.

- Fax: (+34) 956 25 30 09

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  • Written November 1, 2010

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Hotel Barceló Cádiz

This is a modern hotel with very large room and bathroom. Comfortable and new design.

- Pros: Close to the beach.
- Cons: Far from the city centre, but bus number 1 takes you there in less than 20 minutes.

It's very close to Hotel Regio 2 and there is a railway station for cercanías trains (commuter trains), not long distance, called Segunda Aguada.

Normally, I add the price I really pay, but not on this occasion, I got a very special offer (Oct. '10); parking garage, a bit expensive: 20 €, but you can try the streets nearby.

- Fax: (+34) 956 24 26 01

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  • Written November 1, 2010
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Hotel Dunas Puerto: Nice rooms too!

The hotel has a reasonably-sized parking lot in front of reception where an eye can be kept on the vehicles and it also has security monitoring access to its little plot of land located just off the highway leading up to it (plus there was no paid parking to deal with!). If you do need a parking spot, it is best to tell them in advance so they can reserve one for you if it is at a busy time of the year (I emailed ahead just in-case).

The check-in process was one of the more laborious I have been through in some time, as details from each one of our three passports were entered by hand on a sheet of paper of some sort. However, eventually it was over and we were directed to our rooms via paved footpaths on the grassed grounds. The rooms themselves were quite modern and very solidly built, equipped with a remote-controlled TV with about 15 channels and there was also a remotely-controlled air conditioning unit mounted high on the wall. The bathroom was also very nice, no complaints.

We found the staff at Dunas Puerto to be very helpful. When we asked about a possible evening meal, they said their daily menu would be posted in the lobby at 8 PM and we could take a look then before seating opened at 8:30. They also gave us some good advice regarding taking the short drive into El Puerto de Santa Maria for a look around as well as recommending the ferry ride to Cadiz as a much better option than driving there.

When we checked out the next morning before departing on the ferry, the hotel agreed to hold our suitcases so we would not have to leave them dockside in our rental car while on our excursion. Great service.

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  • Related to: Budget Travel, Road Trip, Historical Travel
  • Written April 19, 2009
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Hotel Dunas Puerto: Excellent location & beautiful grounds

In planning our trip to Spain, Sue and I figured we would be tired of 'big city' traffic after our sessions in Granada and Sevilla, so decided on the small city of El Puerto de Santa Maria, just across the bay from Cadiz, for our accommodations stop on this leg of the trip. We made our arrangements via Booking.com without problem (40 Euros per double room) but were never really able to obtain much detailed information on the hotel itself. I was thinking that this was probably an industrial city along the waterfront and that Dunas Puerto was likely just some run-of-the-mill place, but at least we could take a boat ride to reach Cadiz!

It was about 3 PM by the time we had driven from Sevilla and managed to find the hotel without too much problem - as soon as I saw the place I was totally amazed at how beautiful it was. The Dunas Puerto has a large reception and restaurant building but most of the accommodations are more like attached single-story motel units spread out on beautifully landscaped grounds.

We had quite an enjoyable time wandering around their lawns as we viewed a large swimming pool (not a single person using it in late December) and the many different types and arrangements of their plant-life. After our drive, it was quite pleasant to sit in their lawn-chairs in the waning sunshine to simply enjoy the solitude in the absence of hardly any other guests. The hotel is located only a short walk up a very nice road (4th photo) from the best sandy beach in town, so it was not long before we were out for a bit of local explorations.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Road Trip, Historical Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written April 19, 2009
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Beautifully treed grounds at the hotel

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flats and apartments: Renting Instead of Hotels

Here in Cadiz it is very common to rent a flat instead of staying in a hotel.

In the summer you can find posters pinned to lampposts or take a look at several web pages to rent a flat or apartment which is often a lot cheaper than hotels. This is especially useful if you plan to stay in the area for two weeks to a month like many Spanish holiday makers do in the summer (Cadiz is a popular holiday spot for people from Madrid, Sevilla etc... in the summer).

Because Cadiz has a large tourist industry prices of flats go up a lot in the summer and for a beach front flat you may be looking at something like 1000-1500 euros for two weeks to a month. There are some slightly cheaper options so don't worry if this is way above your budget. Flats in El Puerto de Santa Maria often tend to be slightly cheaper too.

However you will not be likely to find a flat rented in summer for prices such as 450-600 euros a month which are the average the rest of the year. Or there are many people who only rent out their flats for short stays, even for just 3 or 4 nights.

If you are young and without kids another great option is short term flat sharing as many people, like me, rent out a room in their flats making your stay even cheaper. This is a good option all year round as many people prefer to share occasionally and not all year. If you are coming to Cadiz for two weeks to six months you can always find someone who needs a flatmate for that time.

NB: In summer (July, August and maybe September) rents are higher. See my warning and Danger tips for more info.

If you are interested in this option try looking at www.fotocasa.es, www.loquo.es or www.cambalache.es

If you go with this type of accommodation you can save a lot of money on eating out and you have all the mod cons of home such as a living room, washing machine, TV etc...

If you share with someone it is a good way to meet the locals or to get inside knowledge of the town.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Study Abroad, Work Abroad, Budget Travel
  • Written March 9, 2008
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Pension Playero*: Beach Goer's Pension



Situated on a side street running off the beach front of Playa Victoria it really is well situated for beach holiday makers as the name suggests.

You can also stay for longer periods of time (e.g. a month) in one of the individual apartments for a cheaper price. Otherwise a double room will cost you from 50 to 78 euros a night. In the apartments there is a livingroom, Kitchen and bathroom, wahing machine and television.

Pets welcome.

The decor is a bit outdated and to be honest typical of apartments in Cadiz.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Budget Travel, Travel with Pets
  • Written March 3, 2008
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Califa: An incredible 2 star hotel in Vejer

To be honest I haven't stayed here though I have eaten in the restaurant and had tea in the bar.
What I can tell you is that I really want to stay here: just look at the photos attached to see why!

This is a two star hotel but looks like it could have more. The prices are great for what you get in this incredible Arabic like building full of nooks and crannys and stairs leading here, there and everywhere!

Double rooms range from 76 to 110€ in high season

Single rooms are 50€ in high season and suite will cost you 127€

7% VAT is not included in the prices. These figures were taken from the 2007 price list.

The views are nice as you can see a fair bit of Vejer and the surrounding area, but what tops it off for me is that oh so inviting swimming pool as Vejer is on top of a large hill and gets VERY hot in summer. The nearest beach (El Palmar) is 12km away.

This place certainly has a romantic feel in the air. I think Vejer is romantic itself but to be in Vejer and stay here has to be the best!

I remember the food in the restaurant being wonderful too.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written June 24, 2007
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Vincci resorts: Alternative

If you can't find anything in the town of Cadiz (during Carnival) try the town of Chiclana. We were able to get a one bedroom suite with a huge living room and patio! It was very nice and very cheap! It was really easy to get to Cadiz from here. There is a bus stop infront of the resort. It took maybe 20 mins or so to get to Cadiz.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written June 6, 2005
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Bedrooms in my own flat

i have been living for 7 years is a very very big flat with plenty of rooms very well situated. less than 1 minute walking to the beach. you can see the beach from the windows. with all that you need complete kitchen, 3 toilletes and showers.....

you can see the beach from the windows. with all that you need complete kitchen, 3 toilletes and showers.....

for a further information send me a e-mail

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Archeology, Water Sports, Backpacking
  • Written March 30, 2005

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The Patio of our Apartment

This was the best part. We had a huge patio on the second floor of the complex overlooking the sea. We drank wine and ate cheese to the sound of crashing waves and the feel of a cool Atlantic breeze blowing upon us.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written January 26, 2005
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Apartments: Apartments

As we were checking into a nearby hostel, the man mentioned that he had an apartment upstairs that he could give to us for a decent price. I was with 8 other people, and so split between us the 4 bedroom spread came out to around 35 Euro a person each night. The apartment was awesome, the view spectacular, and the location was right on the beach.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Backpacking
  • Written January 26, 2005
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Albergue Campamento Juvenil El Bosque: Youth Hostel/Camping in El Bosque

The Albergue includes a campsite or a very well equiped youth hostel. It also has a swimming pool and a nice little cafeteria. It is right next to the river and some lovely walks in the country. If you walk up the small hill you will come to the town centre too!

It is also a great base to explore the Grazelema national park!

Great location
Great facilities
It takes large group bookings

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Hiking and Walking, National/State Park
  • Written November 30, 2004
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Camping Las Dunas: Camping in El Puerto de Santa Maria

It is situated opposite the Playa Puntilla (a beach) and in front of a pie wood. It is well equipped. You can stay in a caravan, tent or chalet. They have showers, a swimming pool, a restaurant, a car park and everything else you would expect.

The location, in front of the forest and opposite the beach makes it a great place to spend time all year round. As Cadiz province never really has a winter the campsite never shuts!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Backpacking, Beaches, Budget Travel
  • Written October 21, 2004
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La Casa Amarilla: beautiful Tarifa's hotel

Located in Tarifa’s old city centre is La Casa Amarilla, a beautiful aparthotel, built in a XIX century building. It is in true Andalusian style, with an internal patio which leads to all the rooms. It has been included in the aparthotel category in as much as each room is furnished with a small kitchen and provides the guests the confronts of a small apartment.
This is a beautiful place to stay in Tarifa. Tarifa is a nice town (100 km to cadiz) that is popular by surf. La casa Amarilla is in a street full of restaurants and shops called Sancho IV. It's very near from the beach which are very beautiful and clean.

It's an ancient house such as little palace very popular in Andalucia. The owners of the building personally took care of it’s restoration. They both agreed on preserving the original characteristic of the building. They did this enriching it with marble floors, forged balusters, Moorish style windows, decorated balconies and visible wooden beams in the ceiling.
You have apartments for 2 up to 6 people and all of them have a bathroom with hot water and a cozy kitchen with microwave, fridge and vitro. Everyday you have your room clean without charge.

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  • Related to: Water Sports, Beaches, Whale Watching
  • Written August 25, 2003
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Bancotel vouchers

My favourite accommodation is www.bancotel.com you get bonus to stay in different hotels (3,4 starts) for only 50 Euros the double room per night, great value and quality!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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  • Written October 14, 2002

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