Tryp El Caballo Blanco
A bit of affordable luxury
We spent one night at this great hotel, the location was perfect , just outside of Cadiz. By car it was easy access to both Cadiz and El puerto de Santa Maria.
The hotel is clean, the staff is warm and welcoming, the rooms are comfortable, luxurious and best of all affordable!
Unique Quality: We were thrown away by the bu-dum in the bathroom!! The beds are huge and comfortable as are the rooms!
Excellent breakfast, bad air-conditioning!
This was the first night in Andalucia spent on the way to the Costa de la Luz. The place is a handy enough stopping off point and is fairly easy to find if driving south from Jerez airport.
The place itself is decent enough, the rooms clean, but it has a certain holiday camp feel to it, as each room is laid out round a main swimming pool and grassy area. The rooms have a certain chalet feel to them, which does mean you get a little patio area to sit on out front.
On the negative side, we ended up sweating buckets because the airconditioning was on its last legs. Now, in Andalucia, in July, you need airconditioning or at least a fan!! We didn't bother to kick up a fuss as we were only there one night, so it was our own fault for putting up with it I guess!
This hotel is talked up a bit much for my liking, it costs around 60GBP for two people when booked online (we booked with Ryanair).
Unique Quality: Big pool if you fancy a dip. Large grassy area for kids to play, each 'chalet' style room has its own patio.
Excellent buffet breakfast that made a disappointing stay worthwhile.
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