Value Score Average Value
Good For Solo
I was very pleased with my weekend stay here, as the Reception people were helpful, the ambience was delightful, including nice spacious lobby with internet available for a small price, bar and restaurant.
My room was nice size, as was the bath, with all amenities, including tub.
Unique Quality: The TV had 4 different English channels, whic is particularly nice when one is travelling alone, to help fill in some in-between time.
I booked this hotel solely based on other VT's positive experiences. The comments did not disappoint us.
Comfortable sized room for two persons and wardrobe space for a week's stay. I took my travel kettle, as there is no equivalent to a tea and coffee tray in most Spanish hotels. Though I saw an ad in reception for an upgrade to a bigger room for an additional cost, and in the photo I could see a kettle.
There is one computer for Internet access in the reception area, it is now 3 euros for half an hour. Unfortunately it had no printer, so we could not print off our boarding passes.
The dining room is now only used for buffet breakfast at 13 euros a head plus local taxes; and dinner is served only when they have a group staying for dinner. Not a problem as there are many eating places within a short walk.
We were charged 32.10 euros each for a double room, we were glad it had air conditioning as the temps started to soar mid June; but it wasn't very effective. Room was very clean, and the maid came in each day with fresh towels, though the tiles in the shower could do with a good scrub to get rid of mildew.
Unique Quality: The reception staff spoke excellent English and were very helpful booking tours and giving us information and a map of the town.
Excellently located for all the sites and sherry bodegas. Taxis stop nearby, and are available almost 24 hours, and the carriage and horse tour starts outside the hotel on the other side of the road.
Directions: Calle Marques is a busy main throughway, and easy to find.
Comfortable, central hotel
We have now stayed at the Tryp Jerez four times and a total of 11 nights, including once for a whole week. The hotel was modernised in 2002, and is probably best described as a business hotel. The rooms we have had have always been comfortable and spacious, with good en-suite bathrooms and plenty of storage space. I would definitely stay there again, especially as I am accumulating points on their loyalty card, and have enough for yet another free night !
The hotel does have a dining room - or rather a sectioned off area of the very large lobby where you can get dinner, but we normally prefer to eat out in the town. The food is very good though. The hotel does a very good breakfast, with hot and cold buffet including cereals, fresh fruit, meats, cheese, bread rolls and croissants, and they will cook eggs to order for you - last time we both had a mushroom omelette, and it was very good indeed.
The hotel has its own underground carpark - with more spaces than there are rooms in the hotel, and charged us 11 euros per day - street parking in central Jerez is not at all easy, and you would pay a similar amount in the public underground carparks.
There is internet access available from reception - 2 euros for 30 minutes. A better deal can be had just a few hundred yards round the corner in the internet cafe, one euro per hour, payable by actual time used, minimum charge 0.50 euros.
Rates per room vary, and it is possible to get a double room for 56 euros per night. Check the website, and look out for any special offers. Be warned though, at certain "high-season" dates (such as during the Feria del Caballo) demand for hotels in Jerez is very high, and consequently prices can be three or four times the normal rates.
Great value for money
I've been there twice, the first one as business trip (March 2005). I was a little hesitant as Tryp chain hotels are a bit inconsistent (some are excellent, others just so-so). Fortunately, this one belongs to the first category (given the price), even the rooms have nothing special, but they are comfortable and functional. Excellent location, in the middle of the old town. Nice old building, but the interior has been completely refurbished in 2002.
Second time I was there a couple of nights in Jerez as part of my last Christmas vacation (2005). I checked the hotel website and I found a fantastic deal: 60 euros per night (double room), including the excellent breakfast buffet.
Directions: Near the tourist office.
Nice hotel as a good price
We had a 3 night stay without breakfast in that house. The location is perfect, everything can be reached in some minutes, shops, bodegas... nice building from outside, inside normal hotel design, nothing special, but quite big rooms.
Unique Quality: Great value for money. Own parking garage - there is a public one in the street, too, maybe it is cheaper, but i didn't check that. We paid 12 Euros per night.
Directions: next to the domequ villa and the tourist office
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